Margot Mellet

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Margot Mellet is a doctoral student in French Literature at the Université de Montréal in Research and Creation. Her project focuses on the palimpsest, as a process of remediation of a medium, to understand how the medium becomes an instance of literary enunciation. She is also a student member of CRIalt (Centre de Recherches Intermédiales sur les arts, les lettres et les techniques) and editorial coordinator of the magazine Sens public. Scientific coordinator of the Canada Research Chair in Digital Writing, she coordinates the collaborative digital publishing project of the Anthologie Palatine.

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Conference "Reconnecter un monde dévasté ? Représentation des enjeux environnementaux dans les jeux vidéo" (Reconnecting a Barren World? Representation of Environmental Issues in Video Games)

April 8, 2022

As part of the lecture series "Le numérique à son miroir" (The Digital to Its Mirror), the University of Rouen-Normandy organises a conference on the representation of environmental issues in video games. Margot Mellet will give a lecture titled "Sacrifices must be made: Réflexions sur l'obsolescence dans le jeu Inscryption" (Sacrifices Must Be Made: Thoughts on Obsolescence in the Video Game Inscryption) at 9:10 a.m. (EST) online, here

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PhD candidate Margot Mellet will give, on March 18, 2022, at 11:30 a.m., a lecture titled "Textapes et profil numérique. Analyse de l’œuvre transmédiale Les Textapes d’Alice" (Textapes and Digital Profile: Transmedial Analysis of Les Textapes d'Alice) at the 19th Comparative Canadian Literature student colloquium of the Université de Sherbrooke "At the Crossroads: Intermediality As a Meeting Point" online here.

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Discussion on palimpsest

As part of the project "Le récit de voyage à l'ère numérique. Tentative d'épuisement de l'autoroute Nord-Sud (Gaspé et Miami) (Travel Literature in the Digital Era: Attempt at Exhausting the North-South Highway [Gaspé and Miami])", PhD candidates Margot Mellet and Emma Lacroix will discuss their research on palimpsest on March 8, 2021 at 1:30 p.m. (EST) here.

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The References That Connect Us: Creating Knowledge Networks From a Zotero Library Workshop

Workshop conducted in collaboration with the Comparative Materialities Research Group of the Canadian Comparative Literature Association on February 22, 2022 at 9:30 (EST) here

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Debug your humanities - Canada Research Chair in Digital Writing Training

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.

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