Project Profile:

Digital Dostoevsky

Website: https://digitaldostoevsky.com/ (Github repo: https://github.com/Digital-Dostoevsky)

Description: An open access Dostoevsky resource that will facilitate digital humanities methodology-based research into Dostoevsky’s corpus. The project accompanies a co-authored book of case studies to demonstrate its potential for future projects.

Contributors:

  • Kate Holland, Associate Professor and Graduate Coordinator, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Toronto

Funders: SSHRC

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