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Une collection contenant l'analyse, la critique, et la réception des matériaux Franco-Ontariens. [A collection containing the analysis, criticism, and reception of Franco-Ontarian materials.]
Shared materials open to all CWRC members.
CWRC Entity Collections
CWRC Schema Collection
A digital archive and anecdotal encyclopedia for trans-feminist and queer artists, activists and audiences.
Canada and the Spanish Civil War
A collection of diverse Canadian cultural materials concerning the Spanish Civil War (1936–1939).
Canada's Early Women Writers Project
Canada's Early Women Writers (CEWW), a long-term collaborative project, is a bio-bibliographical database of Canadian English-language women writers who first published in or before 1950.
Canadian Women Playwrights Online
Canadian Women Playwrights Online is a scholarly project that will address a widening void in theatre scholarship in Canada: the absence of scholarship attending to current work by contemporary...
The Digital Diversity conference celebrated twenty years of the Orlando Project with presentations on writing, feminism, and culture in the digital age.
This collection makes available again the rich contents of Thomas B. Vincent's 1993 CD-ROM Index to Pre-1900 Canadian Cultural and Literary Magazines.
English-Canadian Women’s Poetry to 1867
Feminist Caucus Living Archives
Femmes journalistes de l'Ouest canadien
Inside the Bag, CanLit Alive
L. M. Montgomery
A collection of materials related to L. M. Montgomery.
Lesbian and Gay Liberation in Canada
A digitization and marked up enhancement of Donald J. McLeod's two books, Lesbian and Gay Liberation in Canada: A Selected Annotated Chronology, Volume 1, 1964-1975, and Volume 2, 1976-1981.
Linked Early Modern Drama Online
Louise Cruppi et Romain Rolland. Correspondance, 1905-1925
Magazines, Travel and Middlebrow Culture in Canada 1925-1960
This project explores the histories of six mainstream Canadian periodicals that contributed towards the development of Canadian middlebrow culture, in the period from 1925 to 1960.
The Modernist Commons is a set of source materials that serves the separate CWRC multisite of the same name.
RSC-SRC Libraries and Archives Report
This collection contains materials associated with the The Royal Society of Canada's Expert Panel report, "The Future Now: Canada's Libraries, Archives, and Public Memory", including the report,...
Sara Jeannette Duncan: "This Leaf Was Blown Far"
A collection of various resources related to the life and writings of Sara Jeannette Duncan.
Terrorizing Cinema in Canada
This collaborative online project archives and interrogates representations of terrorism and “the terrorist other” in Canadian cinema.
Texting Wilde Project
The Complete Diaries of Robertson Davies – the Digital Edition
The Digital Page
The Digital Page is a digital edition of the writings of P.K. Page and of the visual art she created under her married name P.K. Irwin, employing an open source text-image tool, the Digital Page...
The Novascotian, 1824-1841
A born-digital history of British women's writing (Canadian content only).
The People and the Text
A multi-genre, collaborative literary history of North American Indigenous writing.
Winnifred Eaton / Onoto Watanna - The Alberta Years
Winnifred Eaton Reeve, more famously known in the early 20th century by her pen name, Onoto Watanna, was the first Asian North American novelist. This collection features her Alberta writings.
Canadian Women Writing and Reading in Canada from 1950
Women's Reading and Writing in Canada from 1950 is an open-access research collection illustrating the immense productivity of women writers in Canada within the rapidly changing culture of the mid...