Resources for Teaching and Research

人文社会科学院 研究 数码文化与人文学科研究所 Resources for Teaching and Research


A. Understanding Digital Humanities
  1. Intro to Digital Humanities (DH101): Concepts, Methods, and Tutorials for Students and Instructors: Sample Course for Teaching Digital Humanities, UCLA Centre for Digital Humanities, University of California, Los Angeles
  2. Guide to Digital Humanities, Northwestern University
  3. A Companion to Digital Humanities, Blackwell Publishing
  4. What Is Digital Humanities and What’s It Doing in English Departments? Digital Humanities Debates
  5. Humanities Computing (By Willard McCarty)
  6. Journal of the Japanese Association for Digital Humanities
B. Digital Humanities Projects
  1. City Witness
  2. Colonial Dispatches
  3. Cultural Atlas of Australia
  4. Danish Folklore
  5. Digital Atlas of Roman and Medieval Civilization
  6. Digital Atlas on the History of Europe since 1500
  7. Digital Augustan Rome
  8. Digital Humanities, The Open University of UK
  9. Digital.Humanities@Oxford, University of Oxford
  10. Digital Humanities Projects, Hong Kong Baptist University
    b. 早期華文報紙電影史料庫
    d. Doing Scholarship in/on Digital Culture 
    e. Mini-Conference on Digital Humanities
  11. Digital Humanities Projects, City University of Hong Kong
    a. Digital Collections
    b. Digital Humanities @ CityU Library
    c. Korean Classics Indexing Project Database
    d. Land Deeds and Family Papers
    e. Contemporary Chinese Poetry – Misty Poetry (中國現代詩-朦朧詩)
    f. Roundtable on New Technologies and the Future of the Humanities
  12. Digital Humanities GIS (Geographical Information Systems) Projects
  13. Dislocating Ulysses
  14. Geodia
  15. Globalization of the United States
  16. JoyceWays
  17. Linguistic Atlas Projects
  18. Linguistic geographies
  19. Literary Atlas of Europe
  20. Locating London’s Past
  21. London Gallery Project
  22. Map of Early Modern London
  23. Mapping Balzac
  24. Mapping Books
  25. Mapping Decadence
  26. Mapping Dubliners
  27. Mapping Paris
  28. Mapping Performance Culture: Nottingham 1857-1867
  29. Mapping Petersburg
  30. Mapping Population Change in Ireland 1841-1851
  31. Mapping Shakespeare’s London
  32. Pleiades
  33. Records of Early English Drama
  34. Romantic London
  35. Walking Ulysses
C. Digital Chinese Civilization Projects
  1. Beijing in Transition: A Historical GIS Study of Urban Cultures, 1912-19
  2. Beijing of Dream
  3. Classical Historiograohy for Chinese History
  4. Digitizing Chinese Englishmen
  5. Chinese Civilization in Time and Space, Academia Sinica
  6. The Digital Gazetteer of the Song Dynasty
  7. Chinese Historical GIS
  8. 數位方輿 (Reading Digital Atlas)
  9. 國家圖書館古籍數碼資源 (Digital Resources of Ancient Chinese Books from the National Library of China)
  10. 學海書樓特藏 (Hok Hoi Collection)
  11. Social Media and the Transformation of ‘Chinese Nationalism’: ‘Igniting Positive Energy’ in China Since the 2012 London Olympics, Anthropolgy Today
D. Archives, corpuses, databases and journals
Archives, Corpuses, Database
  1. State Digital Resources: Memory Projects, Online Encyclopedias, Historical & Cultural Materials Collections, The Library of Congress
  2. Digital Collections & Services, The Library of Congress
  3. Archived Web Sites, The Library of Congress
  4. The British National Corpus (BNC)
  5. eBooks@Adelaide, The University of Adelaide
  6. Google Cultural Institute
    b. The Lab at the Cultural Institute
  7. MIT Global Shakespeare
  8. BBA Shakespeare Database
  9. Hong Kong Public Libraries
    a. eLibrary Curriculum Edition (CE)
    b. China Journals Full-text Database (CJFD)
    c. Ancient Chinese Book Resources from the National Library of China
    d. Old HK Newspapers
    e. HKPL Publications
    f. Hong Kong Literature Collection
  1. Journal of Digital Humanities
E. Research Centres and Activities
  1. Digital Cultures Research Centre, University of the West of England
  2. Centre for Digital Humanities, University of South Carolina
  3. National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan
    a. The 6th International Conference of Digital Archives and Digital Humanities 2015
    b. Digital Humanities Virtual Lab
  4. 文學串流 (LitStream)
F. Children’s Stories and Literature 
  1. Teen’s Reading Clubs and Digital Story Telling, Hong Kong Public Libraries
  2. International Children’s Digital Library
  3. Roehampton Digital Collection
    a. Children’s Literature Digital Collection
    b. Froebel Archive Digital Collection
G. Theatre Studies
  1. AusStage – Researching Australian live performance
  2. The Ibsen Stage Performance Database
H. Texts in European and American Drama
  1. Aristotle: Poetics
  2. Ibsen: A Doll’s House
  3. Shaw: Arms and the Man
  4. Chekhov: The Cherry Orchard
  5. Strindberg: The Ghost Sonata
  6. Pirandello: Six Characters in Search of an Author
  7. Eugene O’Neill
  8. Miller: Death of a Salesman
  9. Brecht: The Caucasian Chalk Circle
  10. Beckett: Waiting for Godot (in 2 parts)
  11. Ionesco: The Chairs
  12. Stoppard: Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead
  13. Albee: The Zoo Story