What is a literary work in a digital environment? The Canada Research Chair on Digital Textualities is interested in digital literary forms that do not fall within the definition provided by the Electronic Literature Organization (ELO). Our approach is based on the desire to make visible and accessible works that are not considered a traditional literary form.
An attempt at exhausting the North-South Highway (Gaspé and Miami)
Reinventing humanities scholarly journals in the digital era.
How can we think of space in the digital age? This project aims to explore this question by proposing both theoretical and practical avenues of reflection. The mythical space of the Trans-Canada Highway will be just as much the field of study as the field of exploration for our research.
Initially conceived for strictly practical reasons, users’ profiles have little by little become unexpected spaces of self-expression and writing. This project aims to understand this new profiling structure, in order to analyze the theoretical and aesthetic issues at play.
As an editor for WYSIWYM text, Stylo is designed to change the entire digital editorial chain of scholarly journals the field of human sciences. The project is carried out in partnership with Érudit.
A collaborative digital edition of the Palatine Anthology and its many truths.
Questions relating to the author in the digital era constitute a major social issue that concerns entire communities of writers and readers. Since authors are the authority, how can we rethink the process of validation and legitimization of literary content published online today?
Lightium is a super-simple website organized in a “Category / sub Category / item” hierarchy.
The journal Sens Public was founded in 2003 by Gérard Wormser in France and has been housed at the University of Montreal since 2012 under the direction of its editor, Marcello Vitali-Rosati.