Julie Tremblay-Devirieux

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As a Ph.D candidate in Comparative Literature at the University of Montréal, Julie is preparing her thesis on the narrator’s presence in the writing of Élise Turcotte, Clarice Lispector and Pierre Guyotat. Her research lies at the intersection of literature and philosophy. In a similar vein as her Master’s research, her current work focuses on identity and bodily abjection in contemporary women’s writing.


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Congress 2016

The Canada Research Chair will attend the 2016 Congress, in the framework of the Canadian Society for Digital Humanities (CSDH/SCHN) conference
30-31 mai 2016


Rewriting the Trans-Canada Highway in the Digital Age

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.


Projet Profil

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.

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