To the SSHRC Consultation committee, I am writing on behalf of the Research Development Committee of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at Dalhousie University to express our concerns about the proposed open-access policy or, perhaps more accurately, the digital-access policy on SSHRC-funded research. SSH research has […]
In the expanded version of a paper given at the 2012 ACCUTE conference, in a panel organized by the Committee for Professional Concerns, Julia Wright (Dalhousie) considers the “problem of governance” in the contemporary research university. She writes: “Universities need an idea of academic citizenship that will … […]
MacEwan University invites applications for an Assistant Professor in Victorian Literature. Click here for more information.
The English Department of Bishop’s University searches for a tenure stream Assistant Professorship in Victorian and Modern British Literature. For more information, click here.
Victorian Classes and Classifications London, Ontario, Canada November 13-15, 2014 Victorian Britain belonged to the classifying age. Imperial expansion and new techniques of observation and production confronted Britons with an expanding universe of natural and man-made phenomena. In response, scientists, writers, artists, and educators sought to articulate some underlying sense […]