Infrastructure Projects

  • Workflow is related to several projects within CWRC. Stan Ruecker of the Illinois Institute of Technology’s School of Design is leading work on experimental interfaces for workflow management in conjunction with the Implementing the New Knowledge Environment (INKE) project. Eleni Stroulia of the Software Engineering Research Lab at […]

    Workflow Management

    Workflow is related to several projects within CWRC. Stan Ruecker of the Illinois Institute of Technology’s School of Design is leading work on experimental interfaces for workflow management in conjunction with the Implementing the New Knowledge Environment (INKE) project. Eleni Stroulia of the Software Engineering Research Lab at […]

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  • A collections management prototype that came out of the Mashing Texts project, Just in Time Research is a prototype of a system to streamline the exploration of digital resources.

    Just in Time Research (JiTR)

    A collections management prototype that came out of the Mashing Texts project, Just in Time Research is a prototype of a system to streamline the exploration of digital resources.

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  • Canadian Women Playwrights Online is a scholarly project that will address a widening void in theatre scholarship in Canada: the absence of scholarship attending to current work by contemporary women playwrights in Canada. As a demographic, women are actively engaged in Canadian theatre, yet they are significantly underrepresented […]

    Canadian Women Playwrights Online

    Canadian Women Playwrights Online is a scholarly project that will address a widening void in theatre scholarship in Canada: the absence of scholarship attending to current work by contemporary women playwrights in Canada. As a demographic, women are actively engaged in Canadian theatre, yet they are significantly underrepresented […]

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  • This project involves the clean-up and migration of data on Atlantic Canadian theatre currently contained in obsolete and now unsupported web pages and databases at the University of New Brunswick. The html pages and data (performance calendars, theatre playbills, Canadian theatre studies bibliographies, and a theatrical chronology) will […]

    Atlantic Canada Theatre Site

    This project involves the clean-up and migration of data on Atlantic Canadian theatre currently contained in obsolete and now unsupported web pages and databases at the University of New Brunswick. The html pages and data (performance calendars, theatre playbills, Canadian theatre studies bibliographies, and a theatrical chronology) will […]

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  • The Lesbian and Gay Liberation in Canada project explores the potential of using a digital research environment to recover Canadian contributions to the gay liberation movement. The LGLC project reconfigures Donald McLeod’s remarkable monograph, Lesbian and Gay Liberation In Canada: A Selected Annotated Chronology, 1964-1975, as a resource […]

    Lesbian and Gay Liberation in Canada

    The Lesbian and Gay Liberation in Canada project explores the potential of using a digital research environment to recover Canadian contributions to the gay liberation movement. The LGLC project reconfigures Donald McLeod’s remarkable monograph, Lesbian and Gay Liberation In Canada: A Selected Annotated Chronology, 1964-1975, as a resource […]

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  • Our lead project in this initiative is an edition of Wilfred Watson’s first play, Cockcrow and the Gulls, produced by the University of Alberta’s Studio Theatre in March 1962. Gordon Peacock directed the play; Norman Yates served as set designer. Watson began work on Cockcrow as early as 1949 and was […]

    Editing the Wilfred Watson Archive

    Our lead project in this initiative is an edition of Wilfred Watson’s first play, Cockcrow and the Gulls, produced by the University of Alberta’s Studio Theatre in March 1962. Gordon Peacock directed the play; Norman Yates served as set designer. Watson began work on Cockcrow as early as 1949 and was […]

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  • Our pilot project with the John M. Kelly Library at St. Michael’s is an edition of the letters Sheila and Wilfred wrote one another between 1956 and 1961; at that time, she was a graduate student in Toronto studying for her doctorate under the supervision of Marshall McLuhan while Wilfred, a […]

    Editing the Sheila Watson-Wilfred Watson Letters

    Our pilot project with the John M. Kelly Library at St. Michael’s is an edition of the letters Sheila and Wilfred wrote one another between 1956 and 1961; at that time, she was a graduate student in Toronto studying for her doctorate under the supervision of Marshall McLuhan while Wilfred, a […]

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  • An archival project exploring mainstream anglophone and francophone Canadian magazines and their role in constructing the relationship between travel and the culture of aspiration.

    Magazines, Travel and Middlebrow Culture in Canada 1925-1960

    An archival project exploring mainstream anglophone and francophone Canadian magazines and their role in constructing the relationship between travel and the culture of aspiration.

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  • The days of the “national narrative” are behind us, because Canada is too diverse and changing too rapidly for a single story to contain the complexity of women’s cultural production.

    Collapsible Commons: Canadian Women, Cultural Production and Making National Narratives

    The days of the “national narrative” are behind us, because Canada is too diverse and changing too rapidly for a single story to contain the complexity of women’s cultural production.

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  • This new media research project studies and documents the historical, bibliographical and interpretive relationship between ads and literary materials in sample issues of Canadian modernist periodicals.

    Division of Space: Contextualizing Advertisements in Canadian Modernist Periodicals

    This new media research project studies and documents the historical, bibliographical and interpretive relationship between ads and literary materials in sample issues of Canadian modernist periodicals.

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