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We are living in a digital world, a world that is produced by writing. We derive our identity from writing – from personal profiles, data entered into databases, lines of code. Every one of our actions is in some way based upon writing, from clicking to buying a book or planning a trip. The objects surrounding us are the results of processes of writing. The Canada Research Chair on Digital Textualities offers new interpretation and insight on the writing that has become part of our world. This website provides further information about the Chair's projects, member publications, and theoretical concepts used in research.



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The NECS Conference: Sensibility and the Senses

Université Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3
Thursday 29th June - 1st July 2017

Seventh session of the seminar Digital Textualities and Editorialization - Space Editorialization

University of Montréal
Building Lionel-Groulx, Local C-2059
Tuesday 1st April 2017, 11:30am-1:30pm

Conference of Jill Didur

University of Montréal
Friday 21th April 2017, 11am-12:30pm
3150 Jean-Brillant Street, Room C-8111

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