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Electronic Scholarly Editions: Using Electronic Maps to Explore Willa Cather's Life and Works

Looking around a few different electronic scholarly editions of authors’ works this week, I came across the Geographic Chronology project, which maps American author Willa Cather’s life and travels, in order to think about how they relate to her writing. 112 more words

Digital Humanities

Matthew Kirschenbaum, "What is digital humanities and what's it doing in English departments?"

Kirschenbaum explores the history of digital humanities, especially focusing on the term itself and the way that it came about and what it has come to mean. 82 more words



“Pick Of The Day” Bobo General – Gal Dem Body https://worldwide45s.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/bobo-general-gal-dem-body.mp3Any day in Brixton must include a visit to Supertone, who have an unreal selection of Reggae to peruse. 212 more words


Language and the Digital Age

Well, I’m a big fan of David Crystal, eminent British Linguist, so, anything he writes or says is sure to interest me. I’m so envious of his career. 68 more words


Language Evolution and -isms.

I am doing it. I am letting Swedish infiltrate my English. I am now taking a beer and demonstrating things with a coy do like this… 386 more words

Canadian In Sweden

Back in Action!

Can you believe the Swedish summer months are winding down? Everyone’s back in the office and planning the festivities of kick- offs and jubiliees. They’re scraping together the final patio afterwork parties and booking themselves for professional development courses and other exciting things. 151 more words


Surprise, Surprise!

Wonders never cease. I am writing on the eve of another big Swedish holiday.

Getting ahead of myself a bit… Wednesday is winding down and there is still a Thursday to go (but if I have learned anything about Swedes, Thursday will be a “day” that ends early, begins with Kannellebullar or cinnamon buns and ends with a beer or a glass of wine… am I wrong?) 297 more words