Responsible person(s): Axel Michaels, Astrid Zotter, Christof Zotter
Responsible person(s): Joanne Bernardi
Synopsis: Creative digital curation of an original physical collection of travel and educational ephemera about Japan
Content type: High resolution images, moving images, audio materials, interactive timeline
Intended audience: Academic community and general public
Host institution: University of Rochester
Responsible person(s): Daniel Leese (project lead), Amanda Shuman (post-doc and database administrator)
Synopsis: Digital archive for "The Maoist Legacy: Party Dictatorship, Transitional Justice and the Politics of Truth."
Content type: Texts, images, collections, exhibitions, translations, and various other resources as broadly related to the project topic.
Intended audience: Researchers and students
Responsible person(s): Covell Meyskens
In May 2018, Leiden University will host a series of conferences and debates that deal with digital media and technological change in Asia. List members interested in how the internet, smartphones, and the so-called Web 2.0 are transforming societies, economics, and politics in the region may find the following two conference calls useful.