Digital Scholarship in Japanese Studies

Dec 8, 2017, 9:00 am12:00 pm
202 Jones
Event Description







Seminar Schedule:

1. Hacking haiku: Using new Digital Technologies to re-imagine traditional Japanese poetry Cheryl Crowley (Department chair, Russian and East Asian languages and Cultures, Associate Professor of Japanese Literature, Emory)

2. The Language of Empire in Taiyō Magazine, 1895-1925 Molly Des Jardin (Japanese Studies Librarian, University of Pennsylvania)

3. Doing More with Digitized Images: the uses of IIIF in teaching and research with a focus on Japanese materials / Regan Murphy (Head of EAL Special Collections, Stanford University)

4. When to Go Digital? Using Digital and Semi-digital Resources in Your Work / Ryuta Komaki (Japanese & Korean Studies Librarian, Washington University in St. Louis)

5. Digital archives resources

To attend this event, please write to Setsuko Noguchi at

This event is organized by the North American Coordinating Council on Japanese Library Resources (NCC).