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(published at the ETC):
Now in its tenth year of publication, Belphégor is an international refereed scholarly journal dedicated to
the study of popular literature and media culture. The journal
welcomes all types of theoretical analysis and encourages
interdisciplinarity and comparative studies. Our goal is to
stimulate discussion, research and exchange between researchers
of all stripes in the Anglo-saxon, French, Italian, German,
Spanish and Portuguese-speaking worlds.
NOJ/NOZh: Nabokov Online Journal
Nabokov Online Journal, now in its fifth year of publication, is a multi-disciplinary academic journal devoted to Nabokov studies. As a multilingual edition the journal seeks to achieve a balance between the publication of English, French, German and Russian-language scholarship. Its primary goal is to build bridges that link the various branches of Nabokov studies in a dynamic and intellectually creative environment.
Compendium 2: Writing, Teaching and Learning in the University
Compendium 2, now in its fourth year of publication, is an interdisciplinary publication that offers a unique resource for post-secondary writers and teachers of writing. Edited and published through the collaborative efforts of faculty, staff, and students from across the university community, the journal offers something for students and instructors at all levels and in all disciplines.
of Law & Technology
The Canadian Journal of Law & Technology is an on-line law
journal devoted to technology law issues. Published for the
Law and Technology Institute at Dalhousie Law School, the journal began its publication at the ETC.
You can access the first issue
of the Canadian Journal of Law & Technology free of charge. Further
issues are available from Thomson Carswell. For those issues published by
Thomson Carswell, you may, at our site, view the table of contents for
recent issues, and read the full text of articles from issues which are more
than one year old.
If you are
searching for full-text journal subscriptions at Dalhousie,
please visit the Electronic Library site at the Dalhousie Library.
The Kuzmin Collection, created by
John Barnstead of Dalhousie University, makes available a
growing collection of works by the twentieth century Russian
poet and author Mikhail Kuzmin, in the original Russian and
in English translation, along with critical works and other
Lyrical Ballads Bicentenary
Project was created by Ronald Tetreault of Dalhousie University
and Bruce Graver of Providence College and published at the Dalhousie ETC to celebrate the two
hundredth anniversary of the first publication of Lyrical
Ballads by Samuel Taylor Coleridge and William Wordsworth. The second version of this project is published by Cambridge University Press Online and is available as an Electronic Edition at the Romantic Circles archive at the University of Maryland.
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editions in the Wainwright Collection have been prepared by members of
advanced classes in the English Departments of Dalhousie University
and Saint Mary's University (Electronic Texts and Textual
Criticism), taught by Professor Ronald Tetreault. Further
projects featuring Atlantic Canadian writers will appear here
in the future.
The electronic edition in the George Elliott Clarke Collection
was prepared by members of another advanced class in Electronic
Texts and Textual Criticism at Dalhousie University. The Dalhousie
Electronic Text Centre is proud to showcase our many writers from this
on the Internet: Copyright Concerns in the Creation of Multi-media
Works, an essay written by Lindy Siegert for a class in
Dalhousie University's Law School (Law and Technology), taught
by Professor Teresa Scassa.