Cultural Mapping and the Digital Sphere:
Place and Space
Edited by: Ruth Panofsky and Kathleen Kellett
This collection of essays enriches digital humanities research by examining various Canadian cultural works and the advances in technologies that facilitate these interdisciplinary collaborations. Fourteen essays – eleven in English and three in
French – survey the helix of place and space. Contributors to Part I chart new archival and storytelling methodologies, while those in Part II venture forth to explore specific cultural and literary texts. Cultural Mapping and the Digital Sphere is an indispensable road map for researchers and those interested in the digital humanities, women’s writing, and Canadian culture and literature.
An eclectic collection that spans a wide range of scholarly activities and texts that are interrelated … valuable for its focus … on the study of Canadian subjects by Canadian scholars situated at Canadian universities, with a notable emphasis on women’s writing and digital humanities.
Jason Boyd, University of Toronto Quarterly
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