Senior Honors Thesis research by Asian Studies students who use digital humanities and data science can be viewed in the Carolina Digital Repository or in Wilson Library.
Maggie McKenzie. “Speaking the Nation: Jordanian National Identity in the Speeches of King Abdullah II.” (2019) (Analyzes content of the King of Jordan’s website: https://kingabdullah.jo/)
Max Conley. “The World Whole: An Environmental History of Space Power.” (2019, History)
Asian Studies faculty advisors: Morgan Pitelka and Mark Driscoll (Analyzes “big data”)
Virginia W. Callison. “Air Pollution and Environmental Activism: A Study of Environmental Awareness and Behavior in College Students from Jiangsu, China.” (2016) (Uses topic modeling)
Benjamin Neal. “Pseudo-foreign Brand Identities in China’s Fashion Industry: The Effects of Branding Occidentalism and Brand Identity Transparency on the Growth of Chinese Brands.” (2012) (Analyzes online branding trends in Chinese fashion industry)
Katherine Greer Littlefield. “Redefining Authenticity, Reimagining Heritage: The Globalization, Gentrification and Conservation of Beijing’s Qianmen District.” (2009) (Uses GIS mapping)