Publications that Use CBDB Data

Blood is Thicker Than Water: Elite Kinship Networks and State Building in Imperial China(Yuhua Wang, 2022)

Visual Reasoning for Uncertainty in Spatio-temporal Events of Historical Figures(Wei Zhang, Siwei Tan, Siming Chen et al., 2022)

A New Perspective on the Study of Literature (Songci): Text Correlation and Spatio-Temporal Visual Analytics(Zhang Wei, Tan Siwei, Liu Kai et al., 2019)

General Introducntion of the Digital Resources of Historical Chinese Studies in U.S. and Europe (Geng Yuanli, 2019)

The social networks of antiquities collectors in the late Northern Song(Hsu Ya-hwei, 2018)

Digital Humanistic Perspective, A Study on the Visualization of Political Network in Song Dynasty Based on Symbolic Analysis(Chengxi Yan, Jun Wang, 2018)

Exploring Lives of China Ming-Qing Female Poets (Hu Jiajia, 2017)

Some Visualization Approaches to the Study of Classical Chinese Literature: A Case Study on Tang Xianzu (Yongming XU, 2016)

The Imperial Examination Society and Regional Order: a Study of Song Dynasty Notable Families in Xiuzhou(Junjie Huang, 2015, Master's Thesis)

如何利用CBDB 找出《鳳墅帖》結集的人脈 (PDF)

Four students of National Taiwan University and Tamkang University reported their findings in using CBDB at the 4th International Conference on Sinology. They tried to explore the social relationships for the owner of Fengshutie 鳳墅帖, a collection of letters written in Chinese calligraphy.

GIS, prosopography and history (Peter Bol, 2012)

The Daoxue Movement and Local Society: The Jinhua Case / 道學運動與地方社會: 以南宋婺州為例

By Peter K. Bol Harvard University / 哈佛大學包弼德

Given at The Fagu Lectureship on the Humanities at Peking University on 2011/12/18 at Peking University.

Visualizing CBDB Data from the Song to Ming Dynasties: ArcGIS Technique and Methodology

This is a project paper by Darius Li and Adam Mitchell in Professor Peter Bol's c200r class. Darius and Adam gave a wonderful explanation of step-by-step procedures of how to visualize CBDB in the ArcGIS software.