About Author: Anita Cutic

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  • The beta version of  The Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory (CWRC) website was launched on May 29th 2016 at the Congress of the HSSFC held at the University of Calgary. The “beta” label  means that although the core functionality is in place, there will be further developments, debugging, and […]

    CWRC Beta Site Launch

    The beta version of  The Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory (CWRC) website was launched on May 29th 2016 at the Congress of the HSSFC held at the University of Calgary. The “beta” label  means that although the core functionality is in place, there will be further developments, debugging, and […]

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  •  The acronym HASTAC stands for Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboration, co-founded in 2002 by Cathy N. Davidson and David Theo Goldberg. HASTAC conferences are held annually and are hosted by various organizations, and in different locations around the world. For example previous conferences were held at Duke […]

    HASTAC 2016

     The acronym HASTAC stands for Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboration, co-founded in 2002 by Cathy N. Davidson and David Theo Goldberg. HASTAC conferences are held annually and are hosted by various organizations, and in different locations around the world. For example previous conferences were held at Duke […]

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  • BWWC 2016 will be held in Athens, Georgia, on June 2-5 2016. It will be hosted by the University of Georgia campus. Speakers will focus on women’s writing from the 18th and 19th  centuries. The topic of this year’s BWWC is “Making a Scene” — papers and panels will […]

    British Women Writers Conference 2016

    BWWC 2016 will be held in Athens, Georgia, on June 2-5 2016. It will be hosted by the University of Georgia campus. Speakers will focus on women’s writing from the 18th and 19th  centuries. The topic of this year’s BWWC is “Making a Scene” — papers and panels will […]

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  • Voyant is “a web-based text reading and analysis environment for digital texts,” designed to “make it easy for you to work” with texts or collections of texts in various formats, such as HTLM, XML, PDF, RTF or MS Word (Getting Started). This tool is ideal for those students, […]

    Launch of Voyant 2.0

    Voyant is “a web-based text reading and analysis environment for digital texts,” designed to “make it easy for you to work” with texts or collections of texts in various formats, such as HTLM, XML, PDF, RTF or MS Word (Getting Started). This tool is ideal for those students, […]

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  • The art of recreation: practice, performance and formation Conference under the direction of Peggy Roquigny and Laurent Turcot Chaire de recherche du Canada en histoire des loisirs et des divertissements, UQTRTrois-Rivières Qc, November 24 and 25, 2016 This interdisciplinary conference is directed at researchers, experts and professionals from […]

    Call for papers: The art of recreation: practice, performance and formation

    The art of recreation: practice, performance and formation Conference under the direction of Peggy Roquigny and Laurent Turcot Chaire de recherche du Canada en histoire des loisirs et des divertissements, UQTRTrois-Rivières Qc, November 24 and 25, 2016 This interdisciplinary conference is directed at researchers, experts and professionals from […]

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  • The 2015 CWILA Count has begun and CWILA is now seeking volunteers to help count book reviews, especially bilingual (English and French) volunteers, for the two rounds of Count: Round 1: Initial Count of reviews from now until February 29, 2016 Round 2: Verification of reviews from March […]

    CWILA Call for Volunteers

    The 2015 CWILA Count has begun and CWILA is now seeking volunteers to help count book reviews, especially bilingual (English and French) volunteers, for the two rounds of Count: Round 1: Initial Count of reviews from now until February 29, 2016 Round 2: Verification of reviews from March […]

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  • Join Ruth Panofsky and Kathleen Kellett celebrate the launch of their new book, Cultural Mapping and the Digital Sphere: Space and Place. The Cultural Mappings launch has been postponed to Thursday, March 3. When and where: 5:00 – 7:00 pm MLC Gallery 111 Gerrard Street East, Ground Floor […]

    Cultural Mappings Launch Postponed

    Join Ruth Panofsky and Kathleen Kellett celebrate the launch of their new book, Cultural Mapping and the Digital Sphere: Space and Place. The Cultural Mappings launch has been postponed to Thursday, March 3. When and where: 5:00 – 7:00 pm MLC Gallery 111 Gerrard Street East, Ground Floor […]

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  • CWRC has recently uploaded a video tutorial on the Dynamic Table of Contexts (DToC). This is a short introductory video in which Stan Ruecker, CWRC collaborator, gives a brief overview of what DToC is and how to use it. To see the whole video, please click here. The Dynamic […]

    Dynamic Table of Contexts Video Tutorial

    CWRC has recently uploaded a video tutorial on the Dynamic Table of Contexts (DToC). This is a short introductory video in which Stan Ruecker, CWRC collaborator, gives a brief overview of what DToC is and how to use it. To see the whole video, please click here. The Dynamic […]

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  • Do you have a digital research project in mind or underway that will use the CWRC platform?  Would you appreciate having dedicated time to develop your project amidst friendly and helpful digital humanities scholars? Are you interested in learning more about making digital humanities tools a part of […]

    Call for Applications – Sponsored spots at DHSI CWRCshop 2016

    Do you have a digital research project in mind or underway that will use the CWRC platform?  Would you appreciate having dedicated time to develop your project amidst friendly and helpful digital humanities scholars? Are you interested in learning more about making digital humanities tools a part of […]

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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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