Past Events

British Association for Canadian Studies Annual Conference “Sustaining Canada” – Cambridge University, April 2-4 2012

The EMiC UA group was represented at the 37th annual BACS conference in a panel entitled “Canadian Literature in Digital Environments” with the following papers:

Paul Hjartarson, Harvey Quamen, and EMiC UA: “Scholarly Edition as Digital Project: Editing the Wilfred Watson-Sheila Watson Letters, 1956-1961, in a Digital Environment.”

Hannah McGregor: “Authoring the Other, Authorizing the Self: Personal Websites and Representing the ‘Foreign’ in Camilla Gibb and Karen Connelly.”

Cultural Histories: Emergent Theories, Methods, and the Digital Turn – University of Guelph, March 2-4 2012

Organized by TransCanada Institute & Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory, this interdisciplinary conference investigates the convergence of cultural history, literary and critical theory, and digital scholarshi

CLC Seminar Canadian Editing and the Digital Turn – University of Alberta, February 10 2012

This seminar, hosted by the Canadian Literature Centre at the University of Alberta, focused on the work of humanities scholars engaged in digital research, writing, and editing. Harvey Quamen and Paul Hjartarson presented on work engaged by the EMiC UA group with their paper “The WatsonAR Smartphone App: Bringing the Digital Archive to the Streets.”