Contributors (in alphabetical order)
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Ryerson University. Digital Humanities Specialist. Interested in online scholarly and social editing.
Current Master’s student at Ryerson studying Literatures of Modernity. She is interested in studying memory phenomena in memoirs and autobiographical novels, particularly the intersections between literature, philosophy, and neurobiology.
Laura is completing her MA in Literatures of Modernity at Ryerson. Her research interests include both Victorian and postmodern image-text relations.
Current Master’s student at Ryerson studying Literatures of Modernity. She is interested in the poetics of space and the poetry of places, particularly the intersections of gender and landscape in contemporary poetry, and exploring women writers who have fallen through the cracks of history.
Current master’s student at Ryerson University studying Literatures of Modernity. She is interested in exploring the possibilities for self-expression in a digital medium on twitter and Wikisource.
Recovering graphic designer and Phd Candidate in Communication & Culture at York University. He can be found on Wikipedia or on twitter where he tweets about technology, design, and billy goats.
Nikolina Likarevic Nikolina is currently a master’s student in the Literatures of Modernity program at Ryerson University and considering how strange it is to be writing about oneself in the third person even though she has done it numerous times before. Interested in collaborating with me? @NLikare
A short story, Canadian lit. loving Masters student at Ryerson University. She finds the internet overwhelming and sublime, and can’t believe that there is more to it than just scrolling through Pinterest. Her research emphasizes the intersection of gender and material culture during the Victorian era.
Current master’s student in the Literatures of Modernity program at Ryerson University, representing the Irish contingency in Toronto. Julie’s research focus is on composition of contemporary poetry, and studies of rhetoric and language.
Sarah is currently finishing up her MA in Literatures of Modernity at Ryerson University. She enjoys studying short stories, television and photography. Sarah is currently collaborating on a blog project that focuses on the accomplishments of inspiring Canadian women, but is under wraps for now. For future information on that project check out@SarahSk_10
Chloe Stelmanis Chloe is currently completing her MA in Literatures of Modernity at Ryerson. She loves studying contemporary Canadian poetry, and is interested in analyzing representations of class and gender in relation to the frameworks and structures that exist within a city.
Sydney Tyber Current Master’s student at Ryerson University studying Literatures of Modernity, with an emphasis on affect theory in women’s Modern and contemporary poetics. As a part of the John Oliver Hobbes project, she is interested in the effects of the digital humanities on traditional modes of pedagogy and academia. She can be found at the Modern Literature and Culture Research Centre and on academia.edu.