The web resembles a giant repository of published content. Indeed, everything on the web is published, from blog posts to restaurants on TripAdvisor and apartments on AirBNB. In light of this, it has become essential to reflect on publishing as a way of understanding the architecture of digital space. The Canada Research Chair is working on developing the concept of editorialization in order to better understand this “published” world.
From May 19-21, 2022, the Canada Research Chair on Digital Textualities team will give multiple lectures and presentations as part of the annual conference organised by Humanistica, the francophone digital humanities association. Exact dates and links to come!
Serie of digital trainings for humanities. These trainings will take place starting September 10, every Friday from 9:30am to 11am (Montreal time).
These open and free meetings for all will be in person but it will be possible to follow them online and offline as they will be recorded.
You can join the training at this address: https://meet.jit.si/DebugHumanitesCRCEN
You can find the web site regarding the serie at this adress.