Schedule 20 Jun 2022 9:00 – 17:45 Introduction Christian Henriot Cécile Armand Pierre Magistry Paul Vierthaler Elisabeth Kaske Baptiste Blouin Donald Sturgeon 21 Jun 2022 9:00 – 17:45 Speakers Donald Sturgeon Cécile Armand Jeremy Auguste Christian Henriot Guo Weiting Hilde De Weerdt Marilyn Levine Cécile Armand         Christian Henriot 22 Jun 2022 […]


Conference Program The conference “New Foundations in Chinese Digital History” will take place in the continuity of the summer school. It will take place on 24 June (whole day) and 25 June (morning). The scholars who will serve as mentors have met in a pre-conference workshop in February to outline and discuss their planned contribution […]


Mentors University of Edinburgh UK Benjamin Bach Durham University UK Donald Sturgeon Nanjing University China Chen Jing Max Planck Institute Germany Shih-Pei Chen HK University of Science and Technology Hong Kong Cameron Campbell University of Copenhagen Denmark Liu Jun INALCO France Pierre Magistry Williams & Mary University USA Paul Vierthaler The University of Sydney Australia […]

Diners Calendar

Diners Restaurants & Time Aix-en-Provence, France June 2022 Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Les Deux Frères June 20, 2022 19:30 4, avenue de la Reine Astrid 21 Grenache June 21, 2022 […]


Convener Christian Henriot Aix-Marseille University France Co-Conveners Hilde De Weerdt Leiden University Netherlands Dagmar Schäfer Max Planck Institute, Berlin, Germany


ESSCS Applicants The application page for the European Summer School in Chinese Digital Humanities has been closed since 5 pm on March 20. The summer school will no longer accept any new applications.  As of March 20th, we received a total of 100 applications from all over Europe and the United States. We are very impressed […]


Presentation The advent and continued development of digital tools and technologies in the past decade has been a significant boon for scholars in both the humanities and social sciences. Digital technology is transforming research and teaching in academia, enabling scholars to employ new methodologies and to answer questions in ways that would previously not have […]


Participants Your university residence information The university residence that will host you is the Arc de Meyran residence, 564 Avenue Gaston Berge, Aix-en-Provence, France. Breakfast will be served at the cafeteria Les Fenouillères, 245 avenue Gaston Berger (for breakfast service, all you need to have is your room key) Participants Tools Practice Files Digital Installation […]