Past events

  •  The acronym HASTAC stands for Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboration, co-founded in 2002 by Cathy N. Davidson and David Theo Goldberg. HASTAC conferences are held annually and are hosted by various organizations, and in different locations around the world. For example previous conferences were held at Duke […]

    HASTAC 2016

     The acronym HASTAC stands for Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboration, co-founded in 2002 by Cathy N. Davidson and David Theo Goldberg. HASTAC conferences are held annually and are hosted by various organizations, and in different locations around the world. For example previous conferences were held at Duke […]

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  • BWWC 2016 will be held in Athens, Georgia, on June 2-5 2016. It will be hosted by the University of Georgia campus. Speakers will focus on women’s writing from the 18th and 19th  centuries. The topic of this year’s BWWC is “Making a Scene” — papers and panels will […]

    British Women Writers Conference 2016

    BWWC 2016 will be held in Athens, Georgia, on June 2-5 2016. It will be hosted by the University of Georgia campus. Speakers will focus on women’s writing from the 18th and 19th  centuries. The topic of this year’s BWWC is “Making a Scene” — papers and panels will […]

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  • Join us as we celebrate the release of this new edition of Mini Aodla Freeman’s book Life Among the Qallunaat, now with material restored from the original manuscript.WHEN: Tuesday, May 19th 3:00-5:00pm WHERE: Humanities Centre room L-1, University of Alberta (Saskatchewan Drive & 111th St)FEATURING: *A talk and […]

    Edmonton Launch: The New Edition of Mini Aodla Freeman’s Life Among the Qallunaat

    Join us as we celebrate the release of this new edition of Mini Aodla Freeman’s book Life Among the Qallunaat, now with material restored from the original manuscript.WHEN: Tuesday, May 19th 3:00-5:00pm WHERE: Humanities Centre room L-1, University of Alberta (Saskatchewan Drive & 111th St)FEATURING: *A talk and […]

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  • Last month (16-18 February 2015), the Islandora Camp BC 2015 was held here in Vancouver, and I was lucky enough to attend and represent Canada’s Early Women Writers (CEWW) specifically and CWRC more broadly. My contribution was to highlight CWRC Writer as a custom application embedded in Islandora, […]

    Islandora Camp BC 2015

    Last month (16-18 February 2015), the Islandora Camp BC 2015 was held here in Vancouver, and I was lucky enough to attend and represent Canada’s Early Women Writers (CEWW) specifically and CWRC more broadly. My contribution was to highlight CWRC Writer as a custom application embedded in Islandora, […]

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  • We are excited to offer a brief CWRCShop at the Congress of Humanities and Social Sciences. We will introduce CWRC’s beta research environment and support prospective users in beginning to work within CWRC.It is suitable for those with little to no encoding experience and will include a short […]

    CWRCShop@Congress

    We are excited to offer a brief CWRCShop at the Congress of Humanities and Social Sciences. We will introduce CWRC’s beta research environment and support prospective users in beginning to work within CWRC.It is suitable for those with little to no encoding experience and will include a short […]

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  • CWRC is once again offering a course at the Digital Humanities Summer Institute. The CWRC-Shop will run June 8-12, 2015, at the beautiful University of Victoria. Visit the DHSI website to find the full course list and information on registration and scholarships. This year, DHSI has expanded to […]

    CWRCShop at DHSI 2015

    CWRC is once again offering a course at the Digital Humanities Summer Institute. The CWRC-Shop will run June 8-12, 2015, at the beautiful University of Victoria. Visit the DHSI website to find the full course list and information on registration and scholarships. This year, DHSI has expanded to […]

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  • The Digital Diversity conference celebrates twenty years of Orlando with presentations on writing, feminism and culture in the digital age. The conference takes place May 7-9, 2015 at the University of Alberta. The conference includes keynotes by Wendy Hui Kyong Chun, Marie-Louise Coolahan, and Jo-Ann Episkenew, and three exciting plenary […]

    Digital Diversity 2015: Writing | Feminism | Culture

    The Digital Diversity conference celebrates twenty years of Orlando with presentations on writing, feminism and culture in the digital age. The conference takes place May 7-9, 2015 at the University of Alberta. The conference includes keynotes by Wendy Hui Kyong Chun, Marie-Louise Coolahan, and Jo-Ann Episkenew, and three exciting plenary […]

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  • The CWRC pilot project ‘Magazines, Travel and Middlebrow Culture in Canada 1925-1960’ held an Advanced Research Seminar for its advisory board members on 24 and 25 May 2012. The event was hosted at Carleton University and the Arc Hotel in Ottawa. Participants were invited to prepare papers responding […]

    Magazines, Travel and Middlebrow Culture Seminar

    The CWRC pilot project ‘Magazines, Travel and Middlebrow Culture in Canada 1925-1960’ held an Advanced Research Seminar for its advisory board members on 24 and 25 May 2012. The event was hosted at Carleton University and the Arc Hotel in Ottawa. Participants were invited to prepare papers responding […]

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  • Stan Ruecker and Susan Brown are offering a course at DHSI this spring to explore a range of online tools for literary analysis.  See the page for the course for links to the tools (or download the Literary Analysis coursepack). The DHSI has expanded hugely from year to […]

    DHSI 2012: Online Tools for Literary Analysis

    Stan Ruecker and Susan Brown are offering a course at DHSI this spring to explore a range of online tools for literary analysis.  See the page for the course for links to the tools (or download the Literary Analysis coursepack). The DHSI has expanded hugely from year to […]

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  • This gathering sponsored by the Canadian Literature Centre on Febrary 7, 2012 brought together researchers presently engaging in digital humanities research and Canadian writing, and in relation to the “CWRC” online infrastructure project, or Canadian Research Writing Collaboratory. As CWRC devises new tools and methods of study to […]

    CLC Research Seminar 2012: “Canadian Writing and the Digital Turn”

    This gathering sponsored by the Canadian Literature Centre on Febrary 7, 2012 brought together researchers presently engaging in digital humanities research and Canadian writing, and in relation to the “CWRC” online infrastructure project, or Canadian Research Writing Collaboratory. As CWRC devises new tools and methods of study to […]

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