Sous la direction de Lucie Hotte, professeure au Département de français de l’Université d’Ottawa, le projet de bibliographie BIBLIFO rassemble des notices de livres, d’articles de périodiques ou de journaux et de documents audiovisuels portant sur la littérature franco-ontarienne en général et sur
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 digital humanities studies (including Drucker 2009 and McPherson 2012), we believe that such
The Virtual Research Environment of the Canada and the Spanish Civil War project is a long-term, multi-phase project that will provide integrated public access to the large amount of diverse Canadian cultural materials concerning the Spanish Civil War (1936–1939). The conflict animated Canadian
As a demographic, women are actively engaged in Canadian theatre, yet they are significantly underrepresented among the ranks of produced playwrights and artistic decision makers. According to the recent Playwrights’ Guild of Canada Equity in Theatre report, women comprise half of the Guild’s
The Commons contain: Primary Sources Secondary Sources Peer-Reviewed Publications Regenerations Cultural Mappings Utilities (schemas, stylesheets) Documentation Files Test Collections Workshop Sandboxes
Index: This pioneering index covers nearly 137,943 records of prose, poetry, drama, fiction, and miscellaneous items (letters to the editor, sheet music, illustrations, advertisements, and obituaries) from 203 nineteenth-century periodicals published in Canada. It includes The Nova Scotia Magazine
Les journaux francophones ont traditionnellement joué un rôle central dans la préservation, la promotion et le renouvellement de l’identité et de la culture francophones. Depuis le milieu du dix-neuvième siècle, les provinces de l’Ouest ont vu se succéder de nombreux journaux francophones parmi
Inside the Bag is a resource archive that focuses on the Canadian Literature Centre / Centre de littérature canadienne (CLC) Brown Bag Lunch Reading series. It includes three phases at present, with the second and third phases currently in progress. Phase I features ten living authors and ten
The collection of book covers is courtesy of Archives and Special Collections at the University of Guelph. Primary texts are from Project Gutenberg, USA, parsed and tagged in TEI using the Gutentag tool.
What is gay liberation? How do the politics and activism of the 1960s and 1970s differ from contemporary queer politics and activism? What is the best way to preserve gay liberation history and ensure the transmission of our cultural history across generations? What are best ways to digitize and
Édition (en cours de préparation) de la correspondance croisée de Louise Cruppi et Romain Rolland La correspondance de Louise Cruppi et de Romain Rolland, compte 1 092 lettres, dont 535 de Cruppi et 557 de Rolland, échangées entre 1905 et 1925 [1] . De par sa longue durée, ainsi que l’importance
This project explores the histories of mainstream anglophone and francophone Canadian magazines between 1925 and 1960. We have catalogued the contents of two magazines down to the article level. We also present selected issues and pages from all six in digital form.
The Modernist Commons is a collection of critical editions and articles, and suite of editing tools. Managed by Editing Modernism in Canada (EMiC), the Modernist Commons interface allows users to ingest images, process texts with optical character recognition software, perform markup on
Everybody has a story to share. This is why HIST3450 A Local, Oral History was designed - to help future historians capture these stories and learn the best practices for portraying recent history on the web. Every student in this course participates in the entire oral history process: from
REED London is a prototype online collection developing from the Records of Early English Drama (REED) in partnership with the Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory (CWRC) and supported by Bucknell University, aims to establish an openly accessible online scholarly and pedagogical resource of
Libraries and archives throughout Canada have many overlapping obligations. They collect, preserve and disseminate knowledge, and provide access to information and intellectual resources for civic engagement. Libraries and archives are actively meeting the challenges of unfolding digital
The Terrorizing Cinema in Canada collaborative online project archives and interrogates contemporary Canadian cinematic representations of terrorism and “the terrorist other,” as well as the issues of distribution, advertising, and mass media structure effecting the circulation of cinematic
All materials in these collections will be deleted after testing is declared complete.
P.K. Page’s career as a writer and visual artist extended over some eight decades, from 1932, which saw her first known publication, to 2010, the year of her death, in which she published six books. Throughout these years, she produced some of the most admired and beloved poems in Canadian
The peer-reviewed textbase it produces, Orlando: Women’s Writing in the British Isles from the Beginnings to the Present, is a highly dynamic resource based on the original, collaborative research of more than 100 scholars and co-edited by Susan Brown, Patricia Clements, and Isobel Grundy. It has
Linda Tuhiwai Smith’s Decolonizing Methodologies (1999) made it impossible to see the division of research activity into theory, methodology, data collection, and reporting, etc. as culturally neutral. We cannot purify our disciplinary ways of knowing or pretend to understand everything we read.
Winnifred Eaton Reeve, more famously known in the early 20th century by her pen name, Onoto Watanna, was the first Asian North American novelist. Works by Winnifred and her sister Edith Eaton have, since the late 1990s, become standard reading in courses on Asian American and Asian Canadian
Embracing “writing” as a large and diverse field, the site and database document the work of women in Canada in both established and emerging genres. Through the inclusion of writer interviews and reader surveys, the project acknowledges that writers and readers live in interconnected worlds.