Category: Modernist Versions Project

Bloomsday 2014

We had an incredible Bloomsday this year in Victoria. I launched the exhibit, “From Paris to Victoria: Gisèle Freund’s James Joyce Photographs” in the University library with local artist Robert Amos and Kathy Bohlman, which was followed by readings at the James Joyce Bistro. You can see pictures and read all about it over at the Modernist Versions Project (http://web.uvic.ca/~mvp1922/bloomsday-2014-building-communities/) 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 →

Modernist Versions Project Partnerships Announced

http://english.uvic.ca/newsandevents/partnership_agreement.html “Modernist Versions Project Partnership The Modernist Versions Project (MVP) is delighted to announce that it has signed a Partnership Agreement with Islandora/DiscoveryGarden. The Agreement provides the MVP with substantial resources and support for its objective to build an integrated digital environment for collating and comparing modernist texts that exist in multiple variants. With this Agreement, the MVP becomes one… Read more →