Nouvelles du CSÉC

  • Colloque de lancement du Collaboratoire scientifique des écrits du Canada, les 20 et 22 septembre 2016 Ce colloque consacré au lancement du Collaboratoire scientifique des écrits du Canada (CSÉC) invite des propositions portant sur le croisement du texte et du numérique dans le contexte canadien. Le colloque se […]

    Appel à communications: Textualités numériques / Contextes canadiens

    Colloque de lancement du Collaboratoire scientifique des écrits du Canada, les 20 et 22 septembre 2016 Ce colloque consacré au lancement du Collaboratoire scientifique des écrits du Canada (CSÉC) invite des propositions portant sur le croisement du texte et du numérique dans le contexte canadien. Le colloque se […]

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  • Nous sommes fières d’annoncer que les Éditions de l’Université de l’Alberta publiera l’ouvrage collectif Place and Space: Cultural Mapping and the Digital Sphere (« Espaces et lieux : la cartographie culturelle et le domaine numérique ») issu du deuxième colloque annuel du CSÉC qui eut lieu à l’Université Ryerson à la […]

    Place and Space: Cultural Mapping and the Digital Sphere

    Nous sommes fières d’annoncer que les Éditions de l’Université de l’Alberta publiera l’ouvrage collectif Place and Space: Cultural Mapping and the Digital Sphere (« Espaces et lieux : la cartographie culturelle et le domaine numérique ») issu du deuxième colloque annuel du CSÉC qui eut lieu à l’Université Ryerson à la […]

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  • The fabulous Public Poetics: Critical Issues in Canadian Poetry and Poetics conference is on at Mount Allison University. The conference sets out to explore the changing shapes of and responses to poetic genres, aesthetic theories, and political visions from a diverse range of cultural and historical contexts. An accompanying […]

    Public Poetics Conference and CWRCshop

    The fabulous Public Poetics: Critical Issues in Canadian Poetry and Poetics conference is on at Mount Allison University. The conference sets out to explore the changing shapes of and responses to poetic genres, aesthetic theories, and political visions from a diverse range of cultural and historical contexts. An accompanying […]

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  • CWRC’s presentation at Open Repositories 2012 in Edinburgh in July was deemed one of the four best pecha kuchas at the conference. Congratulations to Leah Vanderjagt of the U of Alberta Libraries who both presented the paper and put together the nicest visuals in the presentation–you can see […]

    Open Repositories Pecha Kucha

    CWRC’s presentation at Open Repositories 2012 in Edinburgh in July was deemed one of the four best pecha kuchas at the conference. Congratulations to Leah Vanderjagt of the U of Alberta Libraries who both presented the paper and put together the nicest visuals in the presentation–you can see […]

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  • Emily Robins Sharpe has been awarded a postdoctoral fellowship by the Editing Modernism in Canada project to begin developing, with Bart Vautour of Mount Allison, a Digital Research Environment on Canada’s relationship to the Spanish Civil War in collaboration with CWRC.

    Emily Robins Sharpe to hold Postdoc at Guelph

    Emily Robins Sharpe has been awarded a postdoctoral fellowship by the Editing Modernism in Canada project to begin developing, with Bart Vautour of Mount Allison, a Digital Research Environment on Canada’s relationship to the Spanish Civil War in collaboration with CWRC.

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  • Interdisciplinary / Multidisciplinary Woolf, the 22nd Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, takes place at the University of Saskatchewan 7–10 June 2012, featuring a keynote on the Orlando Project by Patricia Clements, Isobel Grundy, and Susan Brown. See the conference website for more information.

    Virginia Woolf conference

    Interdisciplinary / Multidisciplinary Woolf, the 22nd Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, takes place at the University of Saskatchewan 7–10 June 2012, featuring a keynote on the Orlando Project by Patricia Clements, Isobel Grundy, and Susan Brown. See the conference website for more information.

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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. The DHSI has expanded hugely from year to year and the course is twice […]

    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. The DHSI has expanded hugely from year to year and the course is twice […]

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  • Cambridge University Press is making the full contents of the Orlando Project textbase, Orlando: Women’s Writing in the British Isles from the Beginnings to the Present freely available during March for Women’s History Month. Click here to explore any time during the month of March! Username: womenshistory, password: orlando. […]

    Free Access to Orlando Textbase for Women’s History Month

    Cambridge University Press is making the full contents of the Orlando Project textbase, Orlando: Women’s Writing in the British Isles from the Beginnings to the Present freely available during March for Women’s History Month. Click here to explore any time during the month of March! Username: womenshistory, password: orlando. […]

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  • Tuesday, 31 Jan 2012, Karyn Huenemann and I gave a brief presentation about CWRC and CEWW (Canada’s Early Women Writers) to a brown-bag discussion about digital humanities organized by the SFU English Department, which included presentations by Michelle Levy on her experience of teaching a grad course about […]

    CWRC Presentation at SFU

    Tuesday, 31 Jan 2012, Karyn Huenemann and I gave a brief presentation about CWRC and CEWW (Canada’s Early Women Writers) to a brown-bag discussion about digital humanities organized by the SFU English Department, which included presentations by Michelle Levy on her experience of teaching a grad course about […]

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  • D³: Digital Media, Distant Reading, and Discipline. Keynote of the Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory Workshop, a free two-day workshop, 9-5:30, Sept. 30-Oct. 1, celebrating the launch of the Collaboratory project This talk explored how traditionally, literary and cultural studies resist digital media, holding on to “close reading,” and […]

    D³: Digital Media, Distant Reading, and Discipline

    D³: Digital Media, Distant Reading, and Discipline. Keynote of the Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory Workshop, a free two-day workshop, 9-5:30, Sept. 30-Oct. 1, celebrating the launch of the Collaboratory project This talk explored how traditionally, literary and cultural studies resist digital media, holding on to “close reading,” and […]

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