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  • 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 […]

    Biographies of Canadian Women Playwrights

    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 […]

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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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  • Cambridge University Press is making the full contents of the Orlando Project textbase, Orlando: Women’s Writing in the British Isles from the Beginnings to the Present freely available during March for Women’s History Month. Click here to explore any time during the month of March! Username: womenshistory, password: orlando. […]

    Free Access to Orlando Textbase for Women’s History Month

    Cambridge University Press is making the full contents of the Orlando Project textbase, Orlando: Women’s Writing in the British Isles from the Beginnings to the Present freely available during March for Women’s History Month. Click here to explore any time during the month of March! Username: womenshistory, password: orlando. […]

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  • The Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory (CWRC) celebrated its project launch on September 29th, 2011 at Alumni House at the University of Alberta, with over eighty guests including scholars from across Canada and dignitaries from the university, government, and non-profit communities.  Featured readings by writers Shawna Lemay and Aritha […]

    CWRC Launch and Workshop September 2011

    The Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory (CWRC) celebrated its project launch on September 29th, 2011 at Alumni House at the University of Alberta, with over eighty guests including scholars from across Canada and dignitaries from the university, government, and non-profit communities.  Featured readings by writers Shawna Lemay and Aritha […]

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  • 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 […]

    La fabrication d’une littérature

    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 […]

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  • The Canadian Literature Centre/ Centre de littérature canadienne Feb. 10 Arts Senate Chamber University of Alberta Guest Author Lynn Coady: ““On Line: Canadian Literature in the Age of Social Media” For full information go to the CLC website.  

    L’écriture canadienne et le tournant numérique

    The Canadian Literature Centre/ Centre de littérature canadienne Feb. 10 Arts Senate Chamber University of Alberta Guest Author Lynn Coady: ““On Line: Canadian Literature in the Age of Social Media” For full information go to the CLC website.  

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  • Tuesday, 31 Jan 2012, Karyn Huenemann and I gave a brief presentation about CWRC and CEWW (Canada’s Early Women Writers) to a brown-bag discussion about digital humanities organized by the SFU English Department, which included presentations by Michelle Levy on her experience of teaching a grad course about […]

    CWRC Presentation at SFU

    Tuesday, 31 Jan 2012, Karyn Huenemann and I gave a brief presentation about CWRC and CEWW (Canada’s Early Women Writers) to a brown-bag discussion about digital humanities organized by the SFU English Department, which included presentations by Michelle Levy on her experience of teaching a grad course about […]

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  • Cultural Historiography: Emergent Theories, Methods, and the Digital Turn University of Guelph March 1-3, 2012

    Cultural Historiography Conference at Guelph

    Cultural Historiography: Emergent Theories, Methods, and the Digital Turn University of Guelph March 1-3, 2012

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  • CFP: PUBLIC POETICS: CRITICAL ISSUES IN CANADIAN POETRY AND POETICS Mount Allison University, Sackville NB, 20–23 September 2012. Keynotes by Sina Queyras and Diana Brydon. CWRCshop on the Sunday. CFP due date Feb. 29. Full call available here.

    Public Poetics and CWRCshop

    CFP: PUBLIC POETICS: CRITICAL ISSUES IN CANADIAN POETRY AND POETICS Mount Allison University, Sackville NB, 20–23 September 2012. Keynotes by Sina Queyras and Diana Brydon. CWRCshop on the Sunday. CFP due date Feb. 29. Full call available here.

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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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