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On Colons, or Standardization in Literary Studies

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Sometimes things don’t need to be complicated. Have you ever wondered about the convention of using colons in titles of academic articles? As in, “Here’s my big idea: now let View Original

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Novel Worlds: Theory + Computation

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I am very excited for our *fifth* (!) annual NovelTM conference coming up this week. The aim of this year’s conference is to begin the long overdue conversation between data-driven View Original

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Novel Worlds Conference 2018

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Thursday, October 18 – Saturday, October 20, 2018
Montreal, QC
The aim of the conference is to begin the long overdue conversation between data-driven research and literary scholarship more generally. The particular View Original

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What Is CanLit’s Most Famous Turning Point Meal?

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Readers often refer to turning points in literature—those plot developments that alter a character’s situation or fortune. But how does food play a role or set the stage for these View Original

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Networking Global Communication in and Beyond the Age of Social Media

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Language
Undefined

Date:
Sunday, October 14, 2018 – 08:30

In his 2016 book View Original

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