Li, W. (2021). Spotting Specialists: A Digital Approach to Contemporary Concepts of Genre and Specialisation. In M. Osnabrugge (Ed.), Questioning Pictorial Genres in Dutch Seventeenth-Century Art: Definitions, Artistic Practices, Market & Society (pp. 43-71). (Gouden Eeuw; Vol. 2). Brepols. [details]
Li, W. (2018). Imitation and emulation in Rembrandt’s neighborhood: Deciphering transmission of ideas among artists living around the corner. Manuscript in preparation. In International Conference on Urban History
Li, W., Piccoli, C. B. M., & van den Heuvel, C. M. J. M. (2019). Embracing Complex Interfaces: Linking Deep Maps and Virtual Interiors to Big Data of the Dutch Golden Age. DH Conference Complexities 2019: Short Paper. https://dev.clariah.nl/files/dh2019/boa/0145.html
Li, W. (2020). Werkgroep Zeventiende Eeuw Thesis prize.
Li, W. (speaker) (9-7-2019). Visualizing Networks of Artistic Ideas in History Paintings in the Seventeenth-Century Netherlands, Digital Humanities, Utrecht.
Li, W. (speaker) (6-6-2019). Comprehending the concepts of genre and specialization in the eyes of seventeenth-century connoisseurs: a digital approach, The Contribution of Artistic Genres to the Construction of the Dutch Golden Age, Haarlem.
Li, W. (speaker) (29-1-2019). Artists and the Creative Urban Space, Mobility Creates Master: Database for research , Stockholm.
Li, W. (speaker) (6-11-2018). The Hands Behind De Lairesse’s Masterpieces: A Quantitative Approach, International Conference Many Antwerp Hands, Antwerp.
Li, W. (speaker) (20-9-2018). Beyond Location: Deep mapping artist’s workshops in the early modern Amsterdam, Spatial Humanities 2018, Lancaster.
Li, W. (speaker) (29-8-2018). Imitation and emulation in Rembrandt’s neighborhood– deciphering transmission of ideas among artists living around the corner, 14th International Conference on Urban History. European Association of Urban Historians (EAUH)., Rome.
Rasterhoff, C. (speaker), Li, W. (speaker) & Beelen, K. (speaker) (7-6-2018). Measuring Innovation in the Art and Book Market during the Dutch Golden Age, DHBenelux 2018, Amsterdam.