The laboratory has developed, or participated in the development of, several databases.
Websites developed by the CRCAO
All the laboratory’s websites are hosted by the Very Large Research Infrastructure (TGIR) Humanités Numériques (Digital Humanities) (Huma-Num) and developed by Philippe Pons, the project engineer responsible for editing the CRCAO’s digital corpuses.
DicAT: (open access) Dictionary of Traditional Agriculture: French-English-Chinese-Japanese
Principal Investigator: Charlotte von Verschuer
The Dictionary of Traditional Agriculture (DicAT) presents traditional agricultural techniques in parallel in four languages: French, English, Chinese, and Japanese.
Ofuda: (open access) Ofuda, Bernard Frank’s Collection
Principal Investigator: Josef Kyburz
- James Albert Kemp
- Okutani Masatsugu
This database assembles amulets and talismans representing the holy figures and divinities venerated in Buddhist temples and Shintô shrines in Japan. Collectively called ofuda, these images printed on paper can be fixed on a door or pillar, placed on a household altar dedicated to ancestors or to the divinities, or worn by a person.
EnamelFC Database (restricted access until the end of the project): Global Enamels: A Symmetrical History of Material and Technological Exchanges Between France and China (mid-17th to end-of-18th Centuries)
Principal Investigator: Zhao Bing
- Ludovic Bellot-Gurlet
- Catherine Cardinal
- Chen Yanni
- Philippe Colomban
- John Finlay
- Isabelle Landry-Deron
- Audrey Millet
- Céline Paris
- Sébastien Pautet
- Lilianne Pérez
- Li Weiwen
- Philippe Sciau
- Fabien Simon
- Hélène Vu Thanh
- Françoise Wang-Toutain
- Wang Huayan
- Wu Huiyi
Website the CRCAO has collaborated on the development of