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Faculty Publications (Humanities)

Faculty Publications (Humanities)

 

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  • Belmonte, Nina (PhaenEx, 2017)
    We are told by the Ancients that a philosopher is a “friend” (philos) of wisdom. But Plato was convinced that the pursuit of wisdom began in eros. This paper brings Anne Carson’s extraordinary 1986 Eros the Bittersweet ...
  • Rysiew, Patrick (European Journal of Pragmatism and American Philosophy, 2017)
    This paper considers the views of two figures whose work falls on either side of the heyday of American pragmatism, Thomas Reid (1710-96) and Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889-1951). The broad similarities between Reid’s and (the ...
  • Jenstad, Janelle; McLean-Fiander, Kim; McPherseon, Kathryn R. (Digital Humanities Quarterly, 2017)
    Since 2014, The Map of Early Modern London (MoEML) has partnered with professors and students around the world in a unique collaboration between a digital humanities (DH) project and humanities classrooms. The model we ...
  • Vander Kloet, Marie; Frake-Mistak, Mandy; McGinn, Michelle K.; Caldecott, Marion; Aspenlieder, Erin D.; Beres, Jacqueline L.; Fukuzawa, Sherry; Cassidy, Alice; Gill, Apryl (The Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 2017)
    An increasingly large number of courses in Canadian postsecondary institutions are taught by contingent instructors who hold full- or part-time positions for contractually limited time periods. Despite strong commitments ...
  • Perry, Bernadette (Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2015)
    Across the globe, over 3 billion hours a week are devoted to gaming, and with the ubiquitous presence of mobile technologies, gaming is now also mobile. A well-developed video game will keep a player enthralled for hours ...
  • Crompton, Constance; Powell, Daniel; Arbuckle, Alyssa; Siemens, Ray; Shirley, Maggie; Devonshire Manuscript Editorial Group (Renaissance and Reformation / Renaissance et Réforme, 2014)
    This article describes the context and development of A Social Edition of the Devonshire Manuscript, a collaboratively created Wikibook edition of the sixteenth-century verse miscellany known as the Devonshire Manuscript ...
  • Powell, Daniel; Siemens, Ray; the INKE Research Group (Scholarly and Research Communication, 2014)
    The Renaissance Knowledge Network (ReKN) is a major scholarly initiative designed to develop digital capacity within early modern studies. In this paper, we present an outline for the development of ReKN as an integrated ...
  • Caws, Catherine (Nouvelle Revue Synergies Canada (NRSC), 2015)
    Le présent article est une réflexion sur le concept d’improvisation dans l’espace virtuel. A partir d’une étude de cas basée sur des utilisations variées de microblogues dans un cours de langue universitaire de niveau ...
  • Caws, Catherine; Hamel, Marie-Josée (Cahiers De L’ILOB, 2013)
    Analysis of learner interactions with CALL systems has become an imperative aspect of CALL research, with recommendations to focus the research not solely on the design of the system but also, and most importantly, on the ...
  • Powell, Daniel; Siemens, Raymond G.; Bowen, William R.; Hiebert, Matthew; Seatter, Lindsey (Scholarly and Research Communication, 2015-10-14)
    This article reflects on the first six months of funded research by the Renaissance Knowledge Network (ReKN), focusing especially on the possibilities for interoperability and metadata aggregation of diverse digital ...
  • MacGregor, James B.; Joyce, Michael; Hirsch, Brett; Leitch, Cara; Siemens, Ray; Chiang, Chia-Ning; Kopak, Rick (Scholarly and Research Communication, 2012-08-15)
    As the online scholarly landscape changes, so too must the tools used to traverse it. The Public Knowledge Project (PKP) Reading Tools provides readers a bridge from online scholarly content to a host of contextual ...
  • Arbuckle, Alyssa; Belojevic, Nina; Hiebert, Matthew; Siemens, Ray; Wong, Shaun; Siemens, Derek; Christie, Alex; Saklofske, Jon; Sayers, Jentery; The INKE and ETCL Research Groups (Scholarly and Research Communication, 2014-04-17)
    In 2012-2013 a team led by Ray Siemens at the Electronic Textual Cultures Lab (ETCL), University of Victoria, in collaboration with Implementing New Knowledge Environments (INKE), developed three annotated bibliographies ...
  • Galey, Alan; Cunningham, Richard; Nelson, Brent; Siemens, Ray; Werstine, Paul (Scholarly and Research Communication, 2012-03-26)
    This article considers the role of textual studies in a digital world and reviews the work of a particular group of digital textual scholars. Specifically, the article examines the work of the Textual Studies team at the ...
  • Koolen, Corina; Siemens, Ray; Garnett, Alex (Scholarly and Research Communication, 2013-05-13)
    In the development of new research environments, hardware has often been neglected. E-readers have (reasonably) successfully been developed for leisurely reading, but reading with the goal of writing demands a different ...
  • Garnett, Alex; Siemens, Ray; Leitch, Cara; Melone, Julie (Scholarly and Research Communication, 2012-03-26)
    This annotated bibliography reviews scholarly work in the area of building and analyzing digital document collections with the aim of establishing a baseline of knowledge for work in the field of digital humanities. The ...
  • Crompton, Constance; Arbuckle, Alyssa; Siemens, Raymond (Scholarly and Research Communication, 2013-09-03)
    This article reports on the ongoing social edition building process. Using the social edition of the Devonshire Manuscript as a case study, the authors assess the scholarly potential of the process of editing in public, ...
  • Siemens, Ray; Siemens, Lynne; Cunningham, Richard; Galey, Alan; Ruecker, Stan; Warwick, Claire (Scholarly and Research Communication, 2012-03-26)
    In this 2009 article, we present details of the first year work of the INKE (Implementing New Knowledge Environments) research group, a large international, interdisciplinary research team studying reading and texts, ...
  • Constance, Crompton; Siemens, Raymond; Arbuckle, Alyssa; Implementing New Knowledge Environment (INKE) (DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly, 2015)
    A part of the special issue of DHQ on feminisms and digital humanities, this paper takes as its starting place Greg Crane’s exhortation that there is a "need to shift from lone editorials and monumental editions to editors ...
  • Hiebert, Matthew; Siemens, Raymond; Bowen, William R. (Scholarly and Research Communication, 2015-10-23)
    “Social knowledge creation,” an emergent area of research interest for digital humanists, promotes experimental critical interventions into more traditional knowledge production processes. The Electronic Textual Cultures ...
  • Noro, Hiroko; Suzuki, Tadanobu (2016-03-18)
    This book serves to develop a strong internal narrative that connects the diverse dimensions of intercultural experiences, ranging from scholarly work on Japanese immigration history, language pedagogy on intercultural ...

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