McGill University is home to over 45 Digital Humanities projects. We have strengths in Cultural Analytics, Text & Language Interaction, Knowledge Environments, Spaces & Publics, Cultural Archives and Curation, Audio Visual, and Visualization.
This new essay published in Post45 is about the relationship between prizewinning novels and their economic counterparts, bestsellers. It is about the ways in which social distinction is symbolically manifested View Original
Hermeneutica: Computer-Assisted Interpretation in the Humanities, by two novelTM scholars, Geoffrey Rockwell and Stéfan Sinclair, has just been published by the MIT Press. Hermeneutica is part of a hybrid project View Original