Category: digital humanities

Knowledge Mobilization and the Library

The term “Knowledge Mobilization” (often shortened to KMb) is an increasingly important term in the life of the university, and especially the humanities. The phrase itself gained national use in Canada in 2004, after the governmental funding agency, The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), created a a division of “Knowledge Products and Mobilization to enhance and… Read more →

Collaboration at Work: Special Collections

[cross posted at the MVP] One of the  pleasures of working with the MVP is the close relationship we enjoy with the University of Victoria’s Libraries–especially its special collections. I’ve been fortunate to work with great librarians over the years; in fact, much of my PhD research could not have been accomplished without the friendliness shown by the librarians at Tulsa’s McFarlin library.… Read more →

Ulysses Versioned

How did the chanter compensate for this deficiency? By a periphrastic version of the general text. I had the honour of giving the inaugural lecture for this term’s Electronic Textual Cultures Lab‘s Brown Bag Lunch Series held on October 4, 2012 at the University of Victoria. I am in the beginning stages of my project, “Ulysses Versioned: The Fluid Text,”… Read more →

Talk at the ETCL on Thursday, October 4th

I will be giving a talk on Thursday, October 4th, as part of the ETCL Brown Bag Lunch Series. “‘Textual Performance” in Ulysses: Versioning Print Processes” In this talk, Matt Huculak will present his new project (under development with the MVP) “Ulysses Versioned,” a collaboratively built series of TEI-encoded editions of Joyce’s novel ranging from its first publications in magazines… Read more →

Inside Higher Ed covers Modernist Versions Project

Inside Higher Ed covers the Modernist Versions Project’s (MVP) “Year of Ulysses.” I’m very pleased to co-direct this exciting initiative. On June 16th, my Twitter timeline lit up with news that Bloomsday 2012 was going to be a little different; a new digital project was launching, the Year of Ulysses (YoU), created and hosted by the Modernist Version Project. Between Bloomsday 2012 and Bloomsday 2013,… Read more →