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.
In May 2017, three NovelTM graduate students – Kaitlin Cruz, Melanie Walsh and Lisa Teichmann – met up in South Bend, Indiana, with Textual Geographies project director Matthew Wilkens for View Original
On 27 April, we held a workshop with CIRMMT RA 2 — Music Information Research. This workshop was designed as a companion to Eleanor Selfridge-Field’s CIRMMT Distinguished Lecture. Unfortunately her View Original
The poetry reading has, for decades, been an unavoidable aspect of the professional poet’s life. And the institutionalization of creative writing, government sponsorship of the arts, access to audio and View Original