Category: Projects: LGLC
CDH Digital Diversity Symposium 2019
The LGLC team (Michelle Schwartz, Constance Crompton, and Ewan Matthews in person, and Nadine Boulay, Candice Lipski, and Pascale Dangoisse appearing virtually) had an opportunity to launch lglc.ca at the Centre for Digital Humanities’ Digital Diversity Symposium at the Ryerson University Library. Our slides are available below:
Bodies of Information
Bodies of Information: Intersectional Feminism and Digital Humanities, part of the Debates in the Digital Humanities series, is out now from the University of Minnesota Press! Our chapter, “Remaking History: Lesbian Feminist Historical Methods in the Digital Humanities,” shows how the LGLC project‘s methods were shaped by lesbian feminist historiography, starting with Jeanette Howard Foster’s Sex Variant […]
LGLC at DH2017 in Montreal
Constance Crompton and I were at DH2017 at McGill University, presenting a poster entitled “Beyond the Historic Facade: Skyscrapers, Scapegoats, and the Digital Reclamation of Toronto’s Queer Streetscapes.” Download a copy of our poster [pdf]
Institute Panel: Perspectives on DH (or, #myDHis)
I presented on radically inclusive DH work at DHSI 2017. Thanks to Jason Boyd for the photo! @MichelinaNeri #myDHis lglc.ca project (w/CLKCrompton) gives RAs option to pursue research interests #DHSI2017 (incl. @Ryerson_English BAs) pic.twitter.com/Cy4OF8I6Z4 — Jason Boyd (@jasonaboyd) June 6, 2017
CSDH/SCHN 2017: Supporting Student Prosopographical Research
Constance Crompton and I presented on “Supporting Student Prosopographical Research” as part of the Futures of Biographical Encoding panel organized by Alison Hedley at the CSDH/SCHN Conference at the Congress of the Social Sciences and the Humanities.
This summer, Don McLeod, Constance Crompton, and I travelled to London to present on “Tracking LGBT Liberation in Canada” at the LGBTQ+ Archives, Libraries, Museums and Special Collections conference. Thanks to Don for bringing a real camera to the event!
We were lucky to be able to send five research assistants from the LGLC team to the Digital Humanities Summer Institute at the University of Victoria this June. They presented at the DHSI Colloquium on “Collection, Curation, and Collaboration: Representing Canadian Gay Liberationists.” The LGLC Team: Nadine Boulay (Simon Fraser U); Anderson Tuguinay (Ryerson U); […]
Book Launch for “Cultural Mapping and the Digital Sphere”
I was honoured to be invited to speak at the book launch for Cultural Mapping and the Digital Sphere at the Modern Literature & Culture Research Centre. So great to hear updates from some of the participants who were at the second annual CWRC Conference at Ryerson way back in 2011. Book launch at @MLC_Research Great to have […]
This year I was lucky enough to attend the Digital Humanities Summer Institute along with the entire LGLC Team. RAs Travis White, Jessica Bonney, Raymon Sandhu, and Sarah Lane designed a poster on the project: Team LGLC meets up in full for the first time at the #dhsi2015 poster session! @CLKCrompton @JessicaBonney12 pic.twitter.com/6JrwrZrqRs — Michelle […]
Digital Diversity 2015
I will be chairing a panel at the Digital Diversity 2015 conference at the University of Alberta and MacEwan University in May. Hope to see you there!