HUMA5630 Digital Humanities

The course introduces methods and tools of the Digital Humanities as they can used in literary, historical, art historical, and cultural studies. Students will learn how to acquire humanities data, apply data analysis, text mining, and visualization tools to explore a variety of research questions pertinent to use, sharing and presentation of humanities data.

Student Course Projects

Below are the digital humanities projects created by students in the course HUMA5630.

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2022-23 Spring HUMA5630 course

人生南北多歧路 RulinLen

KAN Yue Ming, LEE Chee Yong, LIU Kok Tsun, MA Zhengyang, ZHANG Chuhan, ZHANG Yimeng

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2022-23 Spring HUMA5630 course


CAO Xuchang, HUANG Qiyuan, LIN Yingxin, LU Liyan, TAN Yiran, YAN Zehao

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2022-23 Spring HUMA5630 course

Changes to CNN’s Coverage of China Covid-19 News – Is CNN biased?

HU Sheng, JIN Chunlei, LI Jinxuan, LI Ran, YUAN Wanyi

Highlighted DH Projects

We’re proud to present our featured projects where students take center stage, contributing their talents to the exciting blend of teaching and learning. Take a look at a few of them below!

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Tutorials & Resources

We have a series of tutorials waiting to unlock your skills in digital humanities. We understand the growing importance of leveraging technology in the field of humanities, and our tutorials and resources list are designed to equip you with the knowledge and tools to excel in this domain.