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ModNets @Louisville Conference 2017

ModNets @Louisville Conference 2017

ModNets hosted a panel, “(Re)Interpreting Modernism through Digital Scholarship,” and a digital exhibit at The Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture Since 1900 February 24-25, 2017.   Pictured here are Nikolaus Wasmoen, Project Manager; Niamh McGuigan, Associate Director; Pamela Caughie, Co-Director; and, Patrick Belk, Editor of the Pulp Magazine Project, one of ModNets’ peer-reviewed federated sites.

Man Into Woman presentation at Center for Textual Studies and Digital Humanities

Man Into Woman presentation at Center for Textual Studies and Digital Humanities

On February 22, Pamela Caughie, Co-Director of Modernist Networks, presented a lecture at Loyola’s Center for Textual Studies and Digital Humanities on her current project, a comparative scholarly print and digital edition of Man into Woman, Lili Elbe’s life narrative. Co-presenters were Elizabeth Hopwood from CTSDH, and graduate research assistants Emily Cottrell Datskou and Maria […]

MSA 18 Works-in-Progress Seminar

MSA 18 Works-in-Progress Seminar

This fall, six of the projects that presented at the Digital Exhibition session at MSA 17 in Boston started an online conversation about issues facing modernist digital scholarship, which discussion continued when we were able to meet up in person at a special seminar session held at MSA 18 in Pasadena. Notes from the in-person meeting in Pasadena on November 20th, […]

Beckett Digital Manuscript Project added to ModNets

Beckett Digital Manuscript Project added to ModNets

ModNets is pleased to announce a new partner to our consortium: the Beckett Digital Manuscript Project. BDMP digitally reunites the manuscripts of Samuel Beckett’s works and facilitates genetic research. The project brings together digital facsimiles of documents that are now preserved in different holding libraries, and adds transcriptions of Beckett’s manuscripts, tools for bilingual and genetic […]

“Reading Modernist Cities”

“Reading Modernist Cities” (RMC) is a digitally augmented text platform for teachers and researchers of literature. The platform allows for two specific ways of interaction: reading and creating. At the most basic level, RMC acts as an enhancement of print and ebook versions of texts. In its present, prototype iteration, RMC texts are drawn from […]

Teaching with Woolf Online: ModNets Pilot Exhibit

While we continue build out the “Discussion” and “Classroom” pages of ModNets, you may want to take a look at our pilot Classroom exhibit, created from materials submitted by Rebecca Cameron that analyze her use of Woolf Online in the undergraduate classroom, as well as provide an example assignment. The Teaching with Woolf Online exhibit can […]