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The phrase “Web 2.0” is supposed to have been coined at a conference brainstorming session about the new types of websites emerging after the dot.com collapse.1 Web 2.0 sites, like the Wikipedia and Flickr, are often characterized by broad participation in content creation. They leverage the web...
Maps are everywhere. They are the most signiﬁcant contemporary mediator between people and the spaces we inhabit. Importantly though, they no longer get folded up and placed in glove boxes, waiting for the next road trip, nor are they consigned to those quaint old volumes called “atlases.” Now,...
This research project collected a sample of nine single-authored websites of classical mythology in order to determine whether they could be conceived of as a serious leisure activity under Robert A. Stebbins' Serious Leisure Perspective. Data was manually collected from these websites using a...
Since the advent of digital scholarly editions, there have been many arguments to the effect that digital versions are able to offer more to humanities scholars than printed ones. Though this opinion is shared by most scholars producing digital editions, a number have also published printed...
SSHRC IG funded 2018: Three transnational corporations (Universal, Sony, and Warner) control roughly 80% of the global recording and publishing industries and 86% of the North American market. This three-pronged research project responds to the problem of music industry consolidation by...
How can digital content be connected to text analysis tools? The TAPoR (Text Analysis Portal for Research) provided a workbench model, but usability studies suggest that a workbench was not how humanists thought of doing their research - humanists start with the text and apply tools as lenses for...
SSHRC IDG awarded 2016: The research project will create a trilingual (Spanish, Portuguese, English) online resource (website) mapping the relationships between contemporary Latin American poetry and the environment. This website will be addressed to both general readers of poetry and to students...