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Deep Dive into Digital and Data Methods for Chinese Studies
This series includes lectures and workshops on topics such as data-driven methods for researching Chinese local history, digital approaches to local gazetteers, data mining the Daoist and Buddhist canons, mixed-methods for researching gender issues, and social media data. 
See the listing of prior events maintained by our cosponsor, the Lieberthal-Rogel Center for Chinese Studies.
Deep Dives are planned in collaboration by Mary Gallagher and Liangyu Fu.
Questions? Contact Liangyu Fu at liangyuf@umich.edu.
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