Feast

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As longtime readers may have noted, Shelley and I do not share a time zone. We trade recipes, reading lists, and wise saws over the Interweb, and every so often View Original

Backstory: A history of McGill Student Publications

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Guest post by Annelise Dowd. Annelise is a recent graduate of the McGill University Master of Information Studies program who worked on a practicum project working with the Student Publication View Original

Tripoli at IIIF Conference in the Vatican

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Alex Parmentier worked in the DDMAL Lab when he was a McGill undergrad, working on the ELVIS Database, Musiclibs, and more from 2015-17. He recently graduated from McGill, and now View Original

NovelTM represents at Around the World

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NovelTM co-investigators Prof Geoffrey Rockwell (Alberta) and Prof Laura Mandell (Texas A&M) spoke at the Around the World Conference on May 4, 2017. This year’s theme “Digital Media in a View Original

Data, data, data. Why Katherine Bode’s new piece is so important and why it gets so much wrong about the field

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Katherine Bode has written an excellent new piece asking us to reflect more on the data we use for computational literary studies. Her argument is that many of the current View Original