Elites, Networks and Power in modern China Blog

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Update on the Wikipedia Biographies

In the previous blog post, we described how we retrieved Chinese biographies by the use of a machine learning-classifier. Since then, we updated the collection with English biographies that are linked to the Chinese...

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Modern China Biographical Database (MCBD)

We are pleased to announce the public release of the Modern China Biographical Database (MCBD) by the ENP-China project (ERC). MCBD is a freely accessible relational database that aims at recording all the historical...

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Are you a Digital vs. Traditional Scholar?

This short essay has been inspired by my growing dissatisfaction with, if not irritation towards the commonplace dichotomy “traditional vs. digital” history, and my recent reading of Eun Seo Jo’s  groundbreaking Ph.D thesis proposing...

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New team member: Jeremy Auguste

Jeremy Auguste is joining the ENP-China project as a postdoctoral researcher in Natural Language Processing. He completed his PhD in Computer Science at the Laboratoire d’Informatique et Systèmes (LIS) in 2020. Before his PhD,...

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Webinar – Marc Matten

topic: The Art of Imagining the Invisible in Modern China speaker: Marc Matten Prof. Matten is a distinguished scholar who holds the chair of sinological studies at Erlangen-Nuremberg University (Institute of languages and cultures...

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Shanghai Municipal Police Archives

We are pleased to announce the release of our collection of Shanghai Municipal Police archives in searchable text format on Bibliothèque Numérique Asiatique [Asia Digital Library]. The original collection of microfilms was purchased from...

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Crow’s Newspaper Directories of China

In 1931, Carl Crow published the first Newspaper Directory of China1. It was the first of a series of four successive editions of what was to become a reference book in professional circles. The...

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Gongwen regulations and state-making in Republican China

I recently published a short piece on gongwen 公文 (official documents) in Republican China (1912-1949), as part of a multi-volumes encyclopedia on non-Western historiographies edited by Nathalie Kouamé, Eric P. Meyer and Anne Viguier1....

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ENP-China Webinar – Cécile Armand

Cécile Armand is a postdoctoral research fellow in the ENP-China Project (ERC Advanced grant). She received her Ph.D. in 2017 at Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon and was affiliated with the DH-Asia Program at...

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ENP-China Web Platform

Hi Folks! We are pleased to announce today the launching of the ENP-China web platform. ENP-China stands for Elites, Networks, and Power in Modern Urban China. This is an on-going Advanced Grant project funded...

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