Nouvelles du CSÉC

  • Lori Saint-Martin, Université de Québec à Montréal, Closing Plenary “Language as Spaces, Translation as Play: Moving (Through) Languages” Lori Saint-Martin is an award-winning author, translator, and professor. Her translation of Last Notes and Other Stories by Tamas Dobozy (HarperCollins, 2007) won the 2007 Governor General’s Literary Award for […]

    CWRC Conference Keynote: Lori Saint-Martin

    Lori Saint-Martin, Université de Québec à Montréal, Closing Plenary “Language as Spaces, Translation as Play: Moving (Through) Languages” Lori Saint-Martin is an award-winning author, translator, and professor. Her translation of Last Notes and Other Stories by Tamas Dobozy (HarperCollins, 2007) won the 2007 Governor General’s Literary Award for […]

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  • Keynote speaker Bethany Nowviskie directs digital scholarship activities at the University of Virginia Library, including the Scholars’ Lab. She also works as associate director of the Mellon-funded Scholarly Communication Institute, chairs the MLA’s Committee on Information Technology, and serves as vice president of the Association for Computers and […]

    CWRC Conference Keynote: Bethany Noviskie

    Keynote speaker Bethany Nowviskie directs digital scholarship activities at the University of Virginia Library, including the Scholars’ Lab. She also works as associate director of the Mellon-funded Scholarly Communication Institute, chairs the MLA’s Committee on Information Technology, and serves as vice president of the Association for Computers and […]

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  • The CWRC2 Canadian Women Writers: Space/Place/Play conference at Ryerson University, featuring keynotes by Dionne Brand, Bethany Nowviskie, and Lori Saint-Martin and a number of papers on digital projects, takes place Oct. 27-29th. The programme is here and registration information is here. The conference is preceded by a free […]

    Space/Place/Play

    The CWRC2 Canadian Women Writers: Space/Place/Play conference at Ryerson University, featuring keynotes by Dionne Brand, Bethany Nowviskie, and Lori Saint-Martin and a number of papers on digital projects, takes place Oct. 27-29th. The programme is here and registration information is here. The conference is preceded by a free […]

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  • Thursday, October 27th, Ryerson University, 9-3:30 in conjunction with the CWRC2 Space/Place/Play Conference The workshop features a range of visualization tools, including Voyeur/Voyant in the morning and Jeremy Boggs and Bethany Nowviskie on Omeka and Neatline in the afternoon. Location: is changing: please check back! Schedule: 8:30 Coffee […]

    Ryerson Mini-Workshop

    Thursday, October 27th, Ryerson University, 9-3:30 in conjunction with the CWRC2 Space/Place/Play Conference The workshop features a range of visualization tools, including Voyeur/Voyant in the morning and Jeremy Boggs and Bethany Nowviskie on Omeka and Neatline in the afternoon. Location: is changing: please check back! Schedule: 8:30 Coffee […]

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  • 1:30pm, September 30 L-3, Humanities Centre, University of Alberta D3: Digital Media, Distant Reading, and Discipline This talk will explore how traditionally, literary and cultural studies resist digital media, holding on to “close reading,” and critique, which have little value to modern culture. However, the joining of digital […]

    Laura Mandell Public Lecture

    1:30pm, September 30 L-3, Humanities Centre, University of Alberta D3: Digital Media, Distant Reading, and Discipline This talk will explore how traditionally, literary and cultural studies resist digital media, holding on to “close reading,” and critique, which have little value to modern culture. However, the joining of digital […]

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  • The CWRC Launch workshop will be held in at the University of Alberta in Edmonton starting with the CWRC Launch on Thursday, September 29th, 2011. If you are looking for the mini-workshop associated with the CWRCII Space/Place/Play conference at Ryerson University in October, click here instead. The workshop […]

    Registration for CWRC Launch Workshop

    The CWRC Launch workshop will be held in at the University of Alberta in Edmonton starting with the CWRC Launch on Thursday, September 29th, 2011. If you are looking for the mini-workshop associated with the CWRCII Space/Place/Play conference at Ryerson University in October, click here instead. The workshop […]

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  • Thursday, Sept. 29, 3:30, featuring Shawna Lemay and Aritha Van Herk. Hope to see you there! RSVP cwrc[at]ualberta.ca.

    CWRC Launch Invitation

    Thursday, Sept. 29, 3:30, featuring Shawna Lemay and Aritha Van Herk. Hope to see you there! RSVP cwrc[at]ualberta.ca.

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  • Registration is now open for the Ryerson Canadian Women Writers Conference and preferred hotel rates are still available.

    Registration Open for CWRC2: Space/Place/Play Conference

    Registration is now open for the Ryerson Canadian Women Writers Conference and preferred hotel rates are still available.

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  • The Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory (www.cwrc.ca) has funds available to assist scholars wishing to attend the workshop in Edmonton at the University of Alberta, on Thursday, Sept 29th 3:30-5:30 (project launch and reception for those who can make it); Friday, Sept 30th, and Saturday, Oct. 1st. Workshop topics […]

    Edmonton launch workshop travel subsidies available

    The Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory (www.cwrc.ca) has funds available to assist scholars wishing to attend the workshop in Edmonton at the University of Alberta, on Thursday, Sept 29th 3:30-5:30 (project launch and reception for those who can make it); Friday, Sept 30th, and Saturday, Oct. 1st. Workshop topics […]

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  • The Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory (www.cwrc.ca) has funds available to assist scholars wishing to attend the CWRC workshop planned for October 27th in Toronto at Ryerson University.   Workshop topics will include an introduction to CWRC, visualization and text analysis tools, and a gentle introduction to thinking about […]

    Ryerson mini-workshop travel subsidies available

    The Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory (www.cwrc.ca) has funds available to assist scholars wishing to attend the CWRC workshop planned for October 27th in Toronto at Ryerson University.   Workshop topics will include an introduction to CWRC, visualization and text analysis tools, and a gentle introduction to thinking about […]

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