Qu’est-ce que le CSÉC?Le Collaboratoire scientifique des écrits du Canada est un projet d’infrastructure en ligne ayant pour but d’ouvrir la voie à des opportunités nouvelles d’étude des mots qui transportent les gens à la fois au et sur le Canada.
Appel à communications: Textualités numériques / Contextes canadiens
Colloque de lancement du Collaboratoire scientifique des écrits du Canada, les 20 et 22 septembre 2016 Ce colloque consacré au lancement du Collaboratoire scientifique des écrits du Canada (CSÉC) invite des propositions portant sur le croisement du texte et du numérique dans le contexte canadien. Le colloque se […]Read More
Public Poetics CWRCshop
The Public Poetics conference is collaborating with CWRC by offering a CWRCshop as part of the programme. We are in the midst of the digital turn and CWRC is working to build the technological infrastructure that will allow researchers and practitioners to work in new ways. But what […]Read More
Magazines, Travel and Middlebrow Culture Seminar
The CWRC pilot project ‘Magazines, Travel and Middlebrow Culture in Canada 1925-1960’ held an Advanced Research Seminar for its advisory board members on 24 and 25 May 2012. The event was hosted at Carleton University and the Arc Hotel in Ottawa. Participants were invited to prepare papers responding […]Read More
Congress 2012 at Waterloo
There’s lots of good stuff going on at Congress this year, including much related to CWRC. Check out what’s here and send more to add to it! Pre-Congress: Gentle introductions to Digital Humanities On May 25, the day before Congress opens, there will be two introductory workshops on […]Read More
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Cette base de données historique complet et bilingue, créé par Angela Lonardo, Karen Lippold, et Suzanne Sexty à la Bibliothèque et l’Université Memorial de Terre-Neuve, est disponible pour la recherche et l’exploration à litawards.library.mun.ca. Prix littéraires du Canada se joindront également à CWRC, et sera disponible pour les […]
Islandora‘s Discovery Garden is working with the Editing Modernism in Canada project to produce a Digital Humanities Sprout.
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 […]
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.
On-line Profiles of Canadian Women Playwrights is a scholarly project which will address a widening void in theatre scholarship in Canada: the absence of scholarship addressing current work by contemporary women playwrights in Canada. As a demographic, women are clearly having a large impact on the shape of […]
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 […]
Chercheure principale : Lucie Hotte, Université d’Ottawa Ce projet de recherche, financé par la Chaire de recherche sur la francophonie canadienne (Université d’Ottawa) et le Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines du Canada, comprend deux volets : 1) Évolution de la critique littéraire en Ontario français 2) Chantier Ottawa […]
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 […]
“The City, Urban Cultures and Sustainable Literatures: Representations of the Anglo-Canadian Post-Metropolis” intends to provide an interdisciplinary articulation of representations of the city in contemporary Canadian literatures, arts, and cultures in English, and counts on the participation of renowned scholars from Canada, the UK and Spain. It is […]
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 […]
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 […]
This archival project will examine how girlhoods were conceived in Australian, New Zealand and Canadian print cultures from their colonial infancy to the development of distinct national identities and literatures. It will interrogate representations of colonial girls as adaptations of British imperial femininity and will show how these […]
The research focuses on an area of Canadian print culture which, though extremely influential, has been almost entirely neglected by critics: the middlebrow periodical market. It investigates the aspirational dimension of Canadian middlebrow culture, using magazine writing on travel as a focus. The aims are to understand the […]
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.
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.
La base de données du CSÉC, ORCA, sera alimentée entre autres par une grande variété de documents provenant de la majorité des recherches sur les oeuvres canadiennes. Ces documents, tirés de données préexistantes qui seront converties et améliorées, incluront des données biographiques et bibliographiques ainsi que des données […]
Cette recherche (CRSH) a pour principal objectif de contribuer à renouveler les perspectives par lesquelles on aborde l’histoire littéraire au féminin en mettant en valeur les principes de filiation et en étudiant les stratégies à l’aide desquelles les femmes qui écrivent cours de la seconde moitié du XIXe […]
Dans le contexte des travaux du CSÉC, l’équipe de La vie littéraire au Québec collabore à un projet pilote visant le partage des renseignements sur les trajectoires des femmes qui participent à la vie littéraire au Québec, du tournant du XXe siècle aux années 1930.
This research project seeks to document and analyze the current state of regional literature for children and young adults in Atlantic Canada, and to create an authoritative website devoted to contemporary Atlantic Canadian literature for children and teens.
The Cabaret Commons is a research-creation project that builds an online place for feminist and queer artists and audiences to gather, to “hook up” and collaborate, and to share their archives and anecdotes; these activities will populate the Cabaret Commons. In addition to being an archival environment, The […]
Project Lead: Sheena Wilson This project aims to create a digital archive of material on Japanese Canadian history, with a specific focus on the representation of Second World War evacuation from the West Coast. Recovery work, and making that information easily accessible through publication on the digital commons, […]
Canadian Women Writing and Reading from 1950 is an open-access database illustrating the immense productivity of Canadian women writers within the rapidly changing culture of the mid twentieth century to the present day.
ORCA is the repository being built by the Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory to foster collaboration among those studying writing in and about Canada and those who hold data collections. The ORCA and the CWRC community will provide access to a number of related and interlinked sets of digital […]
We are building on Drucker and Nowviskie’s Temporal Modeling project to create interactive timelines for humanities researchers. We hope to support visualizations of subjectivity and conflicting witnesses.
This research project is investigating how literary historical analysis can be radically extended by text mining and visualization, using the experimental Orlando Project as our test bed. The proposed research is at the crossroads of several fields, including literary criticism, textual history, digital text encoding, computer-assisted text analysis, […]
The Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory (CWRC) is developing an in-browser text markup editor (CWRCWriter) for use by collaborative scholarly editing projects. The development is being done by James Chartrand at Open Sky Solutions, under the direction of Susan Brown and Geoffrey Rockwell. CWRCWriter will have the following features: […]
This SSHRC Knowledge Synthesis project, dedicated to identifying strategies for maintaining the vitality of humanities scholarship and the cultural sector by means of electronic scholarly activity, including archiving, editing and dissemination, took place in the autumn of 2010. The final report is available here. The study engaged with the […]
TAPoR is a project that developed a text analysis portal that allows users to find, explore and use analytical tools online. TAPoR is currently being redesigned and TAPoR 2 will launch formally in 2012. TAPoR is for discovering research tools for studying texts. It will allow users to: […]
The CWRC collections and content management system (CCM) will be a combination of middleware with a Graphical User Interface that will comprise the main front end of CWRC.
First texts published in Francophone Alberta (in the province’s French-language newspapers) 1905-1960, year of the publication of Canada’s first novel published by an Alberta-born Francophone Project Leader: Pamela Sing
Project Leader: Susan Rudy Based on Susan Rudy and Erín Moure’s collaborative production of The Erín Moure Digital Archive as a Living Knowledge Site, the template will provide a ready means for the production of a hybrid all-in-one edition, catalogue, database, and intellectual network on and with a […]
Editing Modernism in Canada EMiC Project Leader: Dean Irvine Click here to view the EMiC website.
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.
The Canadian Women’s Writing Project is an umbrella project bringing together diverse investigations of women’s writing in Canada.
Nous sommes fières d’annoncer que les Éditions de l’Université de l’Alberta publiera l’ouvrage collectif Place and Space: Cultural Mapping and the Digital Sphere (« Espaces et lieux : la cartographie culturelle et le domaine numérique ») issu du deuxième colloque annuel du CSÉC qui eut lieu à l’Université Ryerson à la […]
The fabulous Public Poetics: Critical Issues in Canadian Poetry and Poetics conference is on at Mount Allison University. The conference sets out to explore the changing shapes of and responses to poetic genres, aesthetic theories, and political visions from a diverse range of cultural and historical contexts. An accompanying […]
L’art du divertissement : pratique, performance, formation Colloque sous la direction de Peggy Roquigny et Laurent Turcot Trois-Rivières, QC, 24 et 25 novembre 2016 Ce colloque interdisciplinaire s’adresse aux chercheur.e.s, expert.e.s et professionnel.le.s d’organismes privés et publics, qui s’intéressent à l’histoire des divertissements au Canada, du XVIIIe au […]
A new initiative called Canadian Women in the Literary Arts (CWILA) aims to address gender imbalances in the Canadian literary scene.
Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH) is working toward more open and transparent agenda-setting as a professional society. We look to you to help us better serve our diverse, international digital humanities community — by generating new ideas for us to explore, and helping to prioritize items […]