What kinds of small-world-facing methods do we need to make big-world-facing (whole wide world/world wide web) projects? In this presentation we discuss the ways that we have developed relationship-based processes and protocols for trans- feminist and queer artists, audiences, activists and researchers, in our digital research environment, the Cabaret Commons.

SpokenWeb Symposium 2022: The Sound of Literature in Time: A Graduate Student Conference The SpokenWeb Research Network (www.spokenweb.ca) will host an in-person and virtual graduate student symposium (academic conference) to be held at Concordia University in Montreal, 16-17 May 2022, on the theme of “The Sound of Literature in Time.” Plenary ...

CDMI Workshop Series: How to Get Published in Academic Journals How do you transform a “course final paper” to a “manuscript”? Why do some essays get "desk rejected"? The Critical Digital Methods Institute (CDMI) at the University of Toronto invites you to a two-hour professional seminar to discuss these questions and more with ...

Research Methods Intensive 2021 CDMI co-lead Mary Elizabeth Luka has been working with Mass Culture as lead supervisor and co-facilitator from UTSC CDMI over the last few months to prepare for and run a pilot research methods intensive with co-facilitator Robin Sokoloski. The collective research project that this will support involves six graduate student researchers ...

CDMI Graduate Research Workshop

June 21, 2021 - June 25, 2021

The Critical Digital Methods Institute (CDMI) is a collaborative research project of The Department of Arts, Culture and Media (ACM) at the University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC). In the last week of June, 2021, the CDMI will be hosting a Student Research Workshop for students’ works-in-progress.