Contributing Projects

These active research projects are major partners in the development of the Collaboratory, contributing in key ways to the platform development by contributing content, involving large communities of users, or directly collaborating in the production of components of the platform.

  • 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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  • Islandora‘s Discovery Garden is working with the Editing Modernism in Canada project to produce a Digital Humanities Sprout.

    EMiC/Islandora DH Sprout

    Islandora‘s Discovery Garden is working with the Editing Modernism in Canada project to produce a Digital Humanities Sprout.

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  • Editing Modernism in Canada Editing Modernism in Canada (EMiC) supports collaboration, training, and renewed critical and digital engagement with Canadian modernisms. Funded by a SSHRC Strategic Knowledge Cluster grant, the project has expanded from tis roots at Dalhousie University to include researchers from UK, Belgium, France, the United […]

    Editing Modernism in Canada

    Editing Modernism in Canada Editing Modernism in Canada (EMiC) supports collaboration, training, and renewed critical and digital engagement with Canadian modernisms. Funded by a SSHRC Strategic Knowledge Cluster grant, the project has expanded from tis roots at Dalhousie University to include researchers from UK, Belgium, France, the United […]

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  • The Orlando Project is an ongoing collaborative experiment in the use of computers to engage in literary history. The project has produced the first full scholarly history of women’s writing in the British Isles – but this is history with a difference.

    Orlando Project

    The Orlando Project is an ongoing collaborative experiment in the use of computers to engage in literary history. The project has produced the first full scholarly history of women’s writing in the British Isles – but this is history with a difference.

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  • The Canadian Women’s Writing Project is an umbrella project bringing together diverse investigations of women’s writing in Canada.

    The Canadian Women’s Writing Project

    The Canadian Women’s Writing Project is an umbrella project bringing together diverse investigations of women’s writing in Canada.

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