Category: Conference

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Coming back !

I have been musing about my recent tip to Shanghai as a head start for resuming posting on the Virtual Shanghai blog. Last year, I took the resolution to post regularly on the VS...

Prelude to “The French Concession and modern Shanghai” Conference 0

Prelude to “The French Concession and modern Shanghai” Conference

This “Prelude” is the  opening to the conference  “The French Concession and modern Shanghai” (“法租界与近代上海国际学术讨论会”分会场会议) that took place on 27-28 May 2014 in Shanghai. Two doctoral students — Liu Zhe and Jiang Jie (both...

“The French Concession and Modern Shanghai” International Conference 0

“The French Concession and Modern Shanghai” International Conference

On 27-28 May 2014, the Institute of History of the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences and the Institut d’Asie Orientale (Lyon Institute of East Asian Sudies) are organizing a joint international conference on the...

CITIES IN TURMOIL: H-GIS AND URBAN LIFE IN MODERN CHINA 0

CITIES IN TURMOIL: H-GIS AND URBAN LIFE IN MODERN CHINA

The Institut d’Asie Orientale is hosting the second workshop on historical GIS and Chinese urban studies in Lyon on 7-9 November 2012. The workshop will take place at the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon...

iVS at WWW2012 & CIUEN 2012 (Lyon) 0

iVS at WWW2012 & CIUEN 2012 (Lyon)

The iVS application (Immersive Virtual Shanghai) will be shown again at the World Wide Web 2012 and the Salon du numérique “Lyon capitale mondiale du web“. The demonstrations will take place on 16-18 April...

“Cities in turmoil” Workshop 0

“Cities in turmoil” Workshop

The research group on “Cities in turmoil” held its first joint workshop 「『動亂中的城市』:歷史地理資訊系統與近代中國的城市生活」at the Institute of Modern History (Academia Sinica) on 15-16 September 2011. The meeting was a semi-open event as it was designed...

Immersive Virtual Shanghai @ University of Southern California 0

Immersive Virtual Shanghai @ University of Southern California

Christian Henriot will discuss how the introduction of digital technologies has both fed into and stimulated major scholarly trends — visual turn, spatial turn — over the last decade. The Virtual Shanghai project and...