Integrated Research Partners
Associated Partner Groups and Organizations
Leading Collaborative Groups
Providing Services to…
Sponsors

Integrated Research Partners

  • CRKN (crkn.ca)CRKN_logo-1

    The Canadian Research Knowledge Network is a partnership of Canadian universities dedicated to expanding digital content for the academic research enterprise in Canada.

  • CWRC (cwrc.ca)CWRC_logo

    The Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory is an online project designed to enable unprecedented avenues for studying the words that most move people in and about Canada.

  • Iter (itergateway.org)iter-1

    Iter, meaning a journey or a path in Latin, is a not-for-profit research project with partners in Toronto (Iter headquarters), New York City, and Tempe. Iter was created for the advancement of learning in the study and teaching of the Middle Ages and Renaissance (400-1700) through the development of online resources.

  • The Maker Lab (maker.uvic.ca)mlablogo

    The Maker Lab in the Humanities at the University of Victoria embodies research priority areas in physical computing, desktop fabrication, versioning, and scholarly exhibits. It intersects cultural criticism, computation, and comparative media studies with tacit learning, multimodal communication, and experimental methods.

  • MVP (web.uvic.ca/~mvp1922)mvplogo

    The Modernist Versions Project aims to advance the potential for comparative interpretations of modernist texts that exist in multiple forms by digitizing, collating, versioning, and visualizing them individually and in combination. Its primary mission is to enable new critical insights that are difficult without digital or computational approaches.

  • PKP (pkp.sfu.ca)Public Knowledge Project Logo

    The Public Knowledge Project is directed toward improving the scholarly and public quality of academic research through innovative online publishing and knowledge-sharing environments. PKP has developed Open Journal Systems, Open Conference Systems, Open Monograph Press, and Open Archives Harvester.

  • Synergies (synergiescanada.org)Synergies Logo

    Synergies is a not-for-profit platform for the publication and the dissemination of research results in social sciences and humanities published in Canada, including peer-reviewed journal articles, datasets, theses, conference proceedings, scholarly books, and unpublished material.

  • TAPoR (tapor.ca)TAPoR.Logo-1

    The Text Analysis Portal for Research is a collaboration of Canadian university research units building a centralized gateway to electronic texts and text analysis tools.

 

Associated Partner Groups and Organizations

  • CALJ (calj-acrs.ca)calj_logo-1

    The Canadian Association of Learned Journals/Association canadienne des revues savantes represents, develops, and supports the academic community of Canadian learned journals in disseminating original research and scholarly information.

  • CARL (carl-abrc.ca)CARL_logo-1

    The Canadian Association of Research Libraries is the leadership organization for the Canadian research library community. CARL coordinates joint initiatives of member libraries and advances their causes to achieve excellence in Canadian research and higher education.

  • Érudit (erudit.org)eruditLogoInterieur_en-1

    Érudit is a multi-institutional publishing consortium, non-profit society, and leading provider of Francophone and Canadian peer reviewed journals in North America.

  • MLA (mla.org)mla_logo-1

    The Modern Language Association was founded in 1883 and provides opportunities for its members to share their scholarly findings and teaching experiences, as well as to discuss trends in the academy.

  • ProQuest (proquest.com)proquest_logo-1

    ProQuest creates research solutions that connect individuals, libraries, and organizations with vetted, reliable information, from dissertations to governmental archives, and beyond.

  • University of Alberta Press (uap.ualberta.ca)UofA_logo-1

    The University of Alberta Press contributes to the intellectual and cultural life of Alberta and Canada by publishing well-edited, research-based knowledge and creative thought that has undergone rigorous peer-review, is of real value to natural constituencies, adheres to quality publication standards, and is supported by diligent marketing efforts.

  • Presses de l’Université de Montréal (pum.umontreal.ca)logo_pum_50-1

    Les Presses de l’Université de Montréal disseminates academic research to the scholarly community by publishing books, journals, and electronic journals.

 

Leading Collaborative Groups

  • INKE (inke.ca)INKE_logo_no_text-e1336164829684

    Implementing New Knowledge Environments is an interdisciplinary initiative of researchers and stakeholders at the forefront of computing in the humanities, text analysis, information studies, usability and interface design. INKE’s work aims to further the understanding of the significance of digital and analog books and their role in humanities scholarship.

  • DHSI (dhsi.org)dhsi_logo-1

    The Digital Humanities Summer Institute is an annual week-long event hosted by the ETCL at UVic that brings together hundreds of digital humanities students, faculty, and staff for a series of workshops. DHSI is an ideal environment for learning and developing new computing technologies in the humanities.

Providing services to…

  • ADHO (digitalhumanities.org)ADHO-Logo-1

    The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations promotes and supports digital research and teaching across all arts and humanities disciplines. As a community-based advisory force, ADHO represents the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing (ALLC), the Association for Computers in the Humanities (ACH), the Canadian Society of Digital Humanities/Société canadienne des humanités numériques (CSDH/SCHN), centerNet, and the Japanese Association for Digital Humanities.

  • CSDH/SCHN (csdh-schn.org)CSDH-SCHN-160

    The Canadian Society of Digital Humanities/Société canadienne des humanités numériques is an association of representatives from Canadian colleges and universities, with the objective to draw together humanists engaged in digital and computer-assisted research, teaching, and creation.

  • IAUPE IAUPE logo

    The International Association of University Professors of English is a global association of scholars and teachers dedicated to the study of English in all its facets. IAUPE has approximately 500 members, spread over six continents.

  • RETS (retsonline.org)t_letter-1

    The Renaissance English Text Society is an informal association of scholars who work together to recover and preserve in carefully edited texts significant non-dramatic writings in English from 1475-1660.

 

DHSI and Other Sponsors

  • ACH (ach.org)ACH_logo-1

    The Association for Computers and the Humanities is a major professional society for the digital humanities. ACH supports and disseminates research, as well as cultivates a vibrant professional community through conferences, publications, and outreach activities.

  • ADHO (digitalhumanities.org)ADHO-Logo-1

    The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations promotes and supports digital research and teaching across all arts and humanities disciplines. As a community-based advisory force, ADHO represents the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing (ALLC), the Association for Computers in the Humanities (ACH), the Canadian Society of Digital Humanities/Société canadienne des humanités numériques (CSDH/SCHN), centerNet, and the Japanese Association for Digital Humanities.

  • Brittain Fellowship at Georgia Tech (gatech.edu)georgia_logo-1

    The Marion L. Brittain Postdoctoral Fellowship at Georgia Tech offers an opportunity for new scholars to develop innovative teaching and scholarship in communication.

  • CFHSS (ideas-idees.ca)CFHSS_logo-1

    The Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences promotes research, scholarship, creative activity and learning in the humanities and the social sciences within Canada and beyond.

  • CSDH/SCHN (csdh-schn.org)CSDH-SCHN-160

    The Canadian Society for Digital Humanities/Société canadienne des humanités numériques is an association of representatives from Canadian colleges and universities, with the objective to draw together humanists engaged in digital and computer-assisted research, teaching, and creation.

  • Centre for Digital Humanities, Department of English at Ryerson U (ryerson.ca/cdh)RU_logo-1

    The Centre for Digital Humanities engages in collaborative research at the critical intersection of the material and the digital, contributing to knowledge about cultural objects, makers, and users.

  • College of Arts at U of Guelph (uoguelph.ca/arts)UGuelph_logo-1

    The College of Arts at University of Guelph encompasses various humanities and fine arts fields. Faculty members, sessional instructors, and staff in the College focus on supporting the three missions of teaching, research and service to the community.

  • CERC (hecc.ubc.ca)CERC_logo-1

    The Cultural Evolution of Religion Research Consortium aims to answer the question of what religion is, how it is linked to morality, and why it plays such a ubiquitous role in human existence.

  • DHi (dhinitiative.org)CDH_logo-1

    The Digital Humanities Initiative at Hamilton College is a collaboratory where new media and computing technologies are used to promote humanities-based teaching, research, and scholarship across the liberal arts.

  • Digital Humanities Center for Japanese Arts and Culture, Ritsumeikan U (dh-jac.net)Ritsumeikan_logo

    The Digital Humanities Center for Japanese Arts and Culture at Ritsumeikan University is the first and largest research institute in Japan to emphasize conducting synthetic research in digital humanities concerning Japanese arts and cultures.

  • EMiC (editingmodernism.ca) EMIC_logo-1

    Editing Modernism in Canada facilitates collaboration among researchers and institutions across Canada and internationally. EMiC’s mandate is primarily directed toward the production of critically edited texts by modernist Canadian authors, but does not exclude figures from the international field who have demonstrable relationships to Canadian literature and its modernist literary cultures.

  • English, North Carolina State U (ncsu.edu)NCSU_logo

    The English Department of North Carolina State University is the largest department in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, and offers a range of undergraduate majors and concentrations, minors, and graduate programs.

  • Faculty of Arts at U Waterloo (uwaterloo.ca/arts)waterloo_logo

    The Faculty of Arts at University of Waterloo is a vibrant community of students, faculty and staff dedicated to a broad range of fields in the humanities, social sciences and creative arts.

  • Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology at U Tokyo (u-tokyo.ac.jp)Tokyo_logo-1

    The Faculty of Letters at the University of Tokyo was formed in conjunction with the founding of the University of Tokyo in 1877, alongside the Faculties of Law, Science, and Medicine. It is the humanities faculty with the oldest history in Japan.

  • INKE (inke.ca)INKE_logo_no_text-e1336164829684

    Implementing New Knowledge Environments is an interdisciplinary initiative of researchers and stakeholders at the forefront of computing in the humanities, text analysis, information studies, usability and interface design. INKE’s work aims to further the understanding of the significance of digital and analog books and their role in humanities scholarship.

  • MVP (uvic.ca/~mvp1922) mvplogo

    The Modernist Versions Project aims to advance the potential for comparative interpretations of modernist texts that exist in multiple forms by digitizing, collating, versioning, and visualizing them individually and in combination. Its primary mission is to enable new critical insights that are difficult without digital or computational approaches.

  • NINES (nines.org)NINES_logo-1

    The Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth-Century Electronic Scholarship is a scholarly organization devoted to forging links between the material archive of the nineteenth century and the digital research environment of the twenty-first.

  • SFU Library (lib.sfu.ca)SFU_logo-1

    The Simon Fraser University Library houses a print collection of 2.7 million volumes and 6000 journal subscriptions, and a rapidly growing electronic collection of 64,000 journal subscriptions, close to 5 million digital files, and an expansive collection of maps and datasets.

  • Simpson Center for the Humanities at UW (simpsoncenter.org)UW_logo-1

    The Simpson Center for the Humanities at University of Washington offers University of Washington scholars varied opportunities for intellectual community, professional development, and financial support that advance crossdisciplinary understanding, collaboration, and research.

  • SSHRC (sshrc-crsh.gc.ca)sshrc

    The Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada is the federal research funding agency that promotes and supports postsecondary-based research and training in the humanities and social sciences.

  • SHARP (sharpweb.org)SHARP_logo-1

    The Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing was founded to create a global network for book historians working in a broad range of scholarly disciplines.

  • Texas A&M U (tamu.edu)primary08

    Texas A&M University is located in College Station, Texas. Texas A&M includes more than 50 000 students and ranks as the sixth largest university in the country.

  • UBC Library (library.ubc.ca)ubc_logo-1

    The University of British Columbia Library is helping lead a number of University-wide initiatives to enhance student learning, accelerate research, manage collections and engage with the campus community.

  • UVic & UVic Library (uvic.ca)uv_cst_4c

    The University of Victoria offers innovative programs for more than 20 000 students on a diverse and welcoming West Coast campus. The University of Victoria Libraries include 2 million volumes, 1.2 million items in microforms, and many cartographic, sound, and film items.

  • VIU (viu.ca)VIU_logo-1

    Vancouver Island University (Office of the Provost and VP) offers a wide variety of academic and vocational programs across four campuses.