Digital Humanities projects at the University of Guelph | College of Arts

Digital Humanities projects at the University of Guelph

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 The Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory - CWRC (Susan Brown)

DIYversity (Kim Martin)

The Orlando Project history of women's writing in the British Isles (Susan Brown)


Rural Diary Archive (Catharine A. Wilson)

Canadians Read investigates how concepts of literture and nation are transformed by new digital media. (Paul Barrett)

Scribe Hero (Kimberly Francis)

Terrorizing Media in Canada (Don Moore)

Transcultural Journalism. The English Novel and the Italian Press in the Long Eighteenth Century (Sandra Parmegiani)

The Victorian Visitors' Book as Travel Text (Kevin James)



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