Since the advent of information technology, "humanities research" has continuously undergone various transformations, encompassing a rich diversity of new phenomena and interdisciplinary intersections. The core mission of the "Digital Humanities Research Project" is to stay up-to-date by constantly exploring the various possibilities in the field of humanities research. This includes how to systematically and efficiently use digital technology to enhance the methods of humanities research.
This year's expo features 14 projects encompassing a wide range of fields, regions, and historical periods. These projects explore topics such as religion, history, archaeology, biology, and more, demonstrating the project's dedication to advancing digital humanities through the online showcase on the Open Museum platform.