Projects

CWRC infrastructure and research projects.

  • As a previous instructor in children’s and YA literature, I today received an announcement from Oxford UP that the 4th edition of Patricia Demers From Instruction to Delight, one of the cornerstones of studies in the development of children’s literature as a genre, has just been released. While […]

    From Instruction to Delight, 4th edition, by Patricia Demers

    As a previous instructor in children’s and YA literature, I today received an announcement from Oxford UP that the 4th edition of Patricia Demers From Instruction to Delight, one of the cornerstones of studies in the development of children’s literature as a genre, has just been released. While […]

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  • HuViz (Humanities Visualizer) is a browser-based tool for linked data. Currently in development by the Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory, it is designed to be both highly customizable and easy to use. Through the features of HuViz, users can discover connections by selecting class tags or dragging the nodes […]

    Humanities Visualizer

    HuViz (Humanities Visualizer) is a browser-based tool for linked data. Currently in development by the Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory, it is designed to be both highly customizable and easy to use. Through the features of HuViz, users can discover connections by selecting class tags or dragging the nodes […]

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  • The People and the Text is a 5-year research project that links Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars and students through the production of an online annotated bibliography of Indigenous texts from the beginning of Indigenous literacy in English or in English translation to 1992. The focus will be on […]

    The People and the Text

    The People and the Text is a 5-year research project that links Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars and students through the production of an online annotated bibliography of Indigenous texts from the beginning of Indigenous literacy in English or in English translation to 1992. The focus will be on […]

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  • The “Living Archive” is a part of “Restacking the Shelves: Building Equity in the Canadian Literary Arts,” a long-term project aimed at building a multi-user “Living Archive” for management of emerging and archival material as well as collaboration between literary critics, students, and writers. The project builds on […]

    Living Archive

    The “Living Archive” is a part of “Restacking the Shelves: Building Equity in the Canadian Literary Arts,” a long-term project aimed at building a multi-user “Living Archive” for management of emerging and archival material as well as collaboration between literary critics, students, and writers. The project builds on […]

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  •   The Digital Page is a digital edition of the writings of P.K. Page and of the visual art she created under her married name P.K. Irwin, employing an open source text-image tool, the Digital Page Reader, created especially for this project. P.K. Page’s career as a writer […]

    The Digital Page

      The Digital Page is a digital edition of the writings of P.K. Page and of the visual art she created under her married name P.K. Irwin, employing an open source text-image tool, the Digital Page Reader, created especially for this project. P.K. Page’s career as a writer […]

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  • The Cabaret Commons – A Digital Archive and Anecdotal Encyclopedia for Trans- Feminist and Queer Artists, Activists and Audiences This project is dedicated to the challenge of creating digital spaces that can house and encourage feminist, transgender and transsexual and queer cultural and affective archives. Following recent critical […]

    The Cabaret Commons

    The Cabaret Commons – A Digital Archive and Anecdotal Encyclopedia for Trans- Feminist and Queer Artists, Activists and Audiences This project is dedicated to the challenge of creating digital spaces that can house and encourage feminist, transgender and transsexual and queer cultural and affective archives. Following recent critical […]

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  • The 1980s are remembered as a time of extraordinary activity in the feminist literary communities of Canada. This project focuses on the stories of Canadian women writers who came together in the early 1980s to work on a collaborative endeavor, such as founding a publishing house, a literary […]

    Women and Words: Canadian Feminist Literary Collectives 1980-2000

    The 1980s are remembered as a time of extraordinary activity in the feminist literary communities of Canada. This project focuses on the stories of Canadian women writers who came together in the early 1980s to work on a collaborative endeavor, such as founding a publishing house, a literary […]

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  •   This bibliography and textbase, produced by Margery Fee, Daniel Justice and Deanna Reder, is intended to help scholars, teachers, students, and Indigenous community members to find published works of literature, history, ethography, autobiography and the like by Indigenous authors. “Paper Speaking:  Indigenous Publication in Northern North America from […]

    Paper Speaking: Indigenous Publication in Northern North America from the Beginning to 1992

      This bibliography and textbase, produced by Margery Fee, Daniel Justice and Deanna Reder, is intended to help scholars, teachers, students, and Indigenous community members to find published works of literature, history, ethography, autobiography and the like by Indigenous authors. “Paper Speaking:  Indigenous Publication in Northern North America from […]

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  • This comprehensive and bilingual historical database, created by Angela Lonardo, Karen Lippold, and Suzanne Sexty of the Queen Elizabeth II Library of Memorial University of Newfoundland, is available for search and exploration at litawards.library.mun.ca. Literary Awards in Canada will also join CWRC as one of our donated data collections, providing […]

    Literary Awards in Canada 1923-2000/Prix littéraires au Canada 1923-2000

    This comprehensive and bilingual historical database, created by Angela Lonardo, Karen Lippold, and Suzanne Sexty of the Queen Elizabeth II Library of Memorial University of Newfoundland, is available for search and exploration at litawards.library.mun.ca. Literary Awards in Canada will also join CWRC as one of our donated data collections, providing […]

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  • Winnifred Eaton Reeve, more famously known in the early 20th century by her pen name, Onoto Watanna, was the first Asian North American novelist. Works by Winnifred and her sister Edith Eaton have, since the late 1990s, become standard reading in courses on Asian American and Asian Canadian […]

    Winnifred Eaton/Onoto Watanna—The Alberta Years

    Winnifred Eaton Reeve, more famously known in the early 20th century by her pen name, Onoto Watanna, was the first Asian North American novelist. Works by Winnifred and her sister Edith Eaton have, since the late 1990s, become standard reading in courses on Asian American and Asian Canadian […]

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