Canadian Humanities and Social Sciences Commons

The Canadian HSS Commons is in-development, national-scale, bilingual network for Canadian Humanities and Social Sciences researchers to share, access, re-purpose, and develop scholarly projects, publications, educational resources, data, and tools. It is being developed by the Implementing New Knowledge Environments Partnership with the Electronic Textual Cultures Lab, University of Victoria Systems, Compute Canada, CANARIE, the Canadian Research Knowledge Network, the …

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Mary Butts Letters Project

A SSHRC-funded digital archive of previously unpublished correspondence by the English modernist writer Mary Butts. It is led by Principal Investigator Dr. Joel Hawkes and contains letters, contextual scholarly materials, metadata databases, a photo gallery, and more. The letters are from, and digitized with the support of, University of Victoria Libraries – Special Collections & Archives’s Douglas Goldring fonds, Yale …

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Map of Manhattan (1919)

Mapping Alcohol Consumption in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “May Day”: A Digital Critical Edition

Mapping Alcohol Consumption in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “May Day”: A Digital Critical Edition will be annotated edition of the 1920 public-domain text of “May Day,” featuring an integrated map, critical apparatus, and sample lesson plans. TEI mark-up of the text facilitates interactive DH assignments for my “Alcohol in/and Modernist Fiction” course.

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ETCL Profile

In September 2019, I joined the Electronic Textual Cultures Lab at the University of Victoria as a Digital Scholarship Fellow. As its website notes, “The Electronic Textual Cultures Lab is a collaborative centre for digital and open scholarly practices,” and it is comprised of “a multidisciplinary team of faculty, staff, students, and visiting scholars who engage on- and off-campus partners …

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