Project Profile:

Digital Dostoevsky

Website: (Github repo:

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.


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

Funders: SSHRC

Recent News

Undergraduate Fellowships in Critical Digital Humanities

The Critical Digital Humanities Initiative (CDHI) is pleased to announce new Fellowships in Critical Digital Humanities (DH) research to support qualified undergraduate students registered in any program at the University of Toronto. The program embeds undergraduate student researchers within existing critical digital humanities research projects at U of T. This call supports undergrad researchers for the period between Jan. 3, 2022 and April 30, 2022. Applications are due December 10, 2021.

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