How to Teach Digital Methods for Chinese Studies, with Donald Sturgeon

Digital methods are a developing field in the humanities and social sciences that is still little understood by many in the academy.

Dr. Donald Sturgeon is a former Fairbank Center An Wang Postdoctoral Fellow, founder of the Chinese Text Project, and currently teaching digital methods at Harvard University. Based on his class at Harvard, Donald discusses how to develop a curriculum for teaching digital methods in Chinese Studies.

The “Harvard on China” podcast is hosted by James Evans at Harvard’s Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies.