About Author: Michelle Gregory

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  • This is just a very short note to bring attention to an interesting blog posted by a Canadian academic living in London, Debra Martens. Her blog is Canadian Writers Abroad, which tells you the topic… What is most interesting, I think, is the breadth of information and the […]

    Canadian Writers Abroad

    This is just a very short note to bring attention to an interesting blog posted by a Canadian academic living in London, Debra Martens. Her blog is Canadian Writers Abroad, which tells you the topic… What is most interesting, I think, is the breadth of information and the […]

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  • 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 […]

    Public Poetics Conference and CWRCshop

    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 […]

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  • 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 […]

    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 […]

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  • 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 […]

    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 […]

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  • CWRC’s presentation at Open Repositories 2012 in Edinburgh in July was deemed one of the four best pecha kuchas at the conference. Congratulations to Leah Vanderjagt of the U of Alberta Libraries who both presented the paper and put together the nicest visuals in the presentation–you can see […]

    Open Repositories Pecha Kucha

    CWRC’s presentation at Open Repositories 2012 in Edinburgh in July was deemed one of the four best pecha kuchas at the conference. Congratulations to Leah Vanderjagt of the U of Alberta Libraries who both presented the paper and put together the nicest visuals in the presentation–you can see […]

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  • Emily Robins Sharpe has been awarded a postdoctoral fellowship by the Editing Modernism in Canada project to begin developing, with Bart Vautour of Mount Allison, a Digital Research Environment on Canada’s relationship to the Spanish Civil War in collaboration with CWRC.

    Emily Robins Sharpe to hold Postdoc at Guelph

    Emily Robins Sharpe has been awarded a postdoctoral fellowship by the Editing Modernism in Canada project to begin developing, with Bart Vautour of Mount Allison, a Digital Research Environment on Canada’s relationship to the Spanish Civil War in collaboration with CWRC.

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  • A new initiative called Canadian Women in the Literary Arts (CWILA) aims to address gender imbalances in the Canadian literary scene.

    Canadian Women in the Literary Arts (CWILA)

    A new initiative called Canadian Women in the Literary Arts (CWILA) aims to address gender imbalances in the Canadian literary scene.

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  • By  Melissa Dalgleish, PhD Candidate, York University In 1989, William Wulf defined the collaboratory as a “center without walls, in which the nation’s researchers can perform their research without regard to physical location, interacting with colleagues, accessing instrumentation, sharing data and computational resources, [and] accessing information in digital […]

    A Collaboratory in Need of Occasional Walls

    By  Melissa Dalgleish, PhD Candidate, York University In 1989, William Wulf defined the collaboratory as a “center without walls, in which the nation’s researchers can perform their research without regard to physical location, interacting with colleagues, accessing instrumentation, sharing data and computational resources, [and] accessing information in digital […]

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  • Interdisciplinary / Multidisciplinary Woolf, the 22nd Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, takes place at the University of Saskatchewan 7–10 June 2012, featuring a keynote on the Orlando Project by Patricia Clements, Isobel Grundy, and Susan Brown. See the conference website for more information.

    Virginia Woolf conference

    Interdisciplinary / Multidisciplinary Woolf, the 22nd Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, takes place at the University of Saskatchewan 7–10 June 2012, featuring a keynote on the Orlando Project by Patricia Clements, Isobel Grundy, and Susan Brown. See the conference website for more information.

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  • Stan Ruecker and Susan Brown are offering a course at DHSI this spring to explore a range of online tools for literary analysis.  See the page for the course for links to the tools. The DHSI has expanded hugely from year to year and the course is twice […]

    DHSI 2012: Online Tools for Literary Analysis

    Stan Ruecker and Susan Brown are offering a course at DHSI this spring to explore a range of online tools for literary analysis.  See the page for the course for links to the tools. The DHSI has expanded hugely from year to year and the course is twice […]

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