Webinar Mapping Migration & Chinese Biographical Databases

The China Institute of the University of Trier (CIUT) is organizing a webinar series in June-July 2023 on the topic “Mapping Migration and the History of ‘Foreign Influences’ in China”.

The first webinar will take place on Wednesday 7 June 14h-17h on the topic of “Linked data Infrastructures for Chinese biographical research”. The ENP-China and “China’s Great Brain Gain” (Cécile Armand) projects have been invited to present the Modern China Biographical Database (MCBD) and the Liumei Biographical Database (LMBD) which they have been developing.

Other presenters include Sun Huei-min (Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica), on Data Collection for Modern History Databases, Ke Hao-Ren (National Taiwan Normal University), on Taiwan Biographical Database, and Michael Fuller (Harvard University), on China Biographical Database (CBDB).

Other sessions may also interest scholars of Taïwan, Japan, and transnational migrations.

More information and the registration link can be found on the program.



Cite this blog post
Cécile Armand (2023, June 1). Webinar Mapping Migration & Chinese Biographical Databases. Elites, Networks and Power in modern China. Retrieved April 19, 2024, from https://doi.org/10.58079/o8mm

Cécile Armand

Ancienne élève de l'Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon (2006), agrégée d'histoire (2009), docteure en histoire (2017), mes travaux portent sur la publicité, l'histoire urbaine, les migrations intellectuelles entre la Chine et les Etats-Unis et les méthodes computationnelles appliquées à la recherche historique. Mes recherches ont reçu le soutien des fondations Chiang Ching-kuo, Coca-Cola, Andrew Mellon (Program DHAsia, Stanford), de l'Agence Nationale de la Recherche (Access ERC, ENS-Lyon) et du Conseil Européen de la Recherche (projet ENP-China, Aix-Marseille).

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