About Author: Kaarina MIkalson

Posts by Kaarina MIkalson

  • Join us as we celebrate the release of this new edition of Mini Aodla Freeman’s book Life Among the Qallunaat, now with material restored from the original manuscript.WHEN: Tuesday, May 19th 3:00-5:00pm WHERE: Humanities Centre room L-1, University of Alberta (Saskatchewan Drive & 111th St)FEATURING: *A talk and […]

    Edmonton Launch: The New Edition of Mini Aodla Freeman’s Life Among the Qallunaat

    Join us as we celebrate the release of this new edition of Mini Aodla Freeman’s book Life Among the Qallunaat, now with material restored from the original manuscript.WHEN: Tuesday, May 19th 3:00-5:00pm WHERE: Humanities Centre room L-1, University of Alberta (Saskatchewan Drive & 111th St)FEATURING: *A talk and […]

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  • The Royal Society of Canada/La Société royale du Canada (RSC/SRC) has released its report on the The Future Now: Canada’s Libraries, Archives, and Public Memory: A Report of the Royal Society of Canada’s Expert Panel on the Status and Future of Canada’s Libraries and Archives. The report is available for purchase […]

    The Future Now: Canada’s Libraries, Archives, and Public Memory

    The Royal Society of Canada/La Société royale du Canada (RSC/SRC) has released its report on the The Future Now: Canada’s Libraries, Archives, and Public Memory: A Report of the Royal Society of Canada’s Expert Panel on the Status and Future of Canada’s Libraries and Archives. The report is available for purchase […]

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  • Faye Hammill and Michelle Smith’s book Magazines, Travel and Middlebrow Culture: Canadian Periodicals in English and French, 1925-1960 will be published by Liverpool University Press in May 2015, and by University of Alberta Press in Fall of 2015. The book emerges from the CWRC-affiliated research project, Magazines, Travel and […]

    New Publication: Magazines, Travel, and Middlebrow Culture

    Faye Hammill and Michelle Smith’s book Magazines, Travel and Middlebrow Culture: Canadian Periodicals in English and French, 1925-1960 will be published by Liverpool University Press in May 2015, and by University of Alberta Press in Fall of 2015. The book emerges from the CWRC-affiliated research project, Magazines, Travel and […]

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  • English follows. The original call can be found here. More info on CWILA can be found at http://cwila.com/. FCAL (Femmes canadiennes dans les arts littéraires) est à la recherche d’un ou d’une responsable de décompte francophone à temps partiel pour aider au décompte 2014 de FCAL. FCAL (Femmes canadiennes […]

    CWILA Calls for French Count Manager/FCAL est à la recherche d’un ou d’une responsable de décompte francophone

    English follows. The original call can be found here. More info on CWILA can be found at http://cwila.com/. FCAL (Femmes canadiennes dans les arts littéraires) est à la recherche d’un ou d’une responsable de décompte francophone à temps partiel pour aider au décompte 2014 de FCAL. FCAL (Femmes canadiennes […]

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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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  • Karyn Huenemann is the Project Manager of Canada’s Early Women Writers (CEWW). She took the time to answer some of my questions and share her perspective and experiences of this long-term collaborative project, which aims to build a bio-biographical database of Canadian English-language writers published before 1950. You […]

    Canada’s Early Women Writers: An Interview with Karyn Huenemann

    Karyn Huenemann is the Project Manager of Canada’s Early Women Writers (CEWW). She took the time to answer some of my questions and share her perspective and experiences of this long-term collaborative project, which aims to build a bio-biographical database of Canadian English-language writers published before 1950. You […]

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  •   We are excited to announce the recent publication of This Time a Better Earth, a new critical edition of Ted Allan’s 1939 novel, edited by Bart Vautour. This is part of the University of Ottawa Press’s Canadian Literature Collection, and it is the first in a sub series […]

    This Time a Better Earth

      We are excited to announce the recent publication of This Time a Better Earth, a new critical edition of Ted Allan’s 1939 novel, edited by Bart Vautour. This is part of the University of Ottawa Press’s Canadian Literature Collection, and it is the first in a sub series […]

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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 2015

    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 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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  • CWRC is excited to announce the release of Regenerations/Régénérations: Canadian Women’s Writing/Écriture des femmes au Canada. This collection of essays emerges from the Canadian Women Writers Conference hosted by the Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory and the Canadian Literature Centre at the University of Alberta in 2010. We are in the […]

    Regenerations: Canadian Women’s Writing / Écriture des femmes au Canada

    CWRC is excited to announce the release of Regenerations/Régénérations: Canadian Women’s Writing/Écriture des femmes au Canada. This collection of essays emerges from the Canadian Women Writers Conference hosted by the Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory and the Canadian Literature Centre at the University of Alberta in 2010. We are in the […]

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