Category: libraries

Fronts of Modernity Book Launch

The University of Victoria Libraries is proud to present Fronts of Modernity: The 20th-Century Collections, the latest open-source publication in our award-winning series. Guest edited by UVic Libraries’ Postdoctoral Fellow J. Matthew Huculak, and featuring articles by UVic faculty and librarians, Fronts of Modernity celebrates the diversity of UVic Libraries’ 20th-Century holdings and explores their collective histories and origins. Like our other titles, Fronts of Modernity is… Read more →

BC Campus Article

BCcampus has just published an article on my work with Stephen Ross and Agile Humanities to develop the Open Modernisms Book Builder project–with collaboration from the entire Open Modernisms team. This open source, freely available platform allows students and professors to upload out-of-copyright material to a central repository. Items can then be collated into a course pack that can be… Read more →

W. B. Yeats Exhibition

An exhibit celebrating the life of W. B. Yeats, curated by me, Heather Dean, and Chloe Powell, is now open in the Legacy Maltwood Gallery, Mearns Centre for Learning—McPherson Library from August 22, 2015-January 18, 2016. (downstairs in the lower level) From the University of Victoria Library’s Website: Celebrating W.B. Yeats at 150, Exhibition: August 22-January 18, Legacy Maltwood Celebrating W.B. Yeats… Read more →