Project Profile:

Modernist Archives Publishing Project (MAPP)


Description: The Modernist Archives Publishing Project (MAPP) is a critical digital archive of early twentieth-century publishing history. The goal of this site is to display, curate, and describe the documents that go into the making of a book.


  • Claire Battershill, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Information and Department of English
  • Nicola Wilson, Associate Professor in Book and Publishing Studies, University of Reading
  • Alice Staveley, Senior Lecturer, Department of English, Stanford University
  • Helen Southworth, Professor, Department of English, University of Oregon
  • Elizabeth Willson-Gordon, Associate Professor of English at King’s University
  • Matthew Hannah, Assistant Professor of Digital Humanities at Purdue School of Information Studies

Funders: SSHRC (Insight Grant) and AHRC (New Directions in Digital Scholarship for Cultural Institutions Grant)

Recent News

CDHI Launches Indigenous Digital Practice Initiative for 2023-24 

CDHI is pleased to announce that we are launching the Indigenous Digital Practice initiative, with the goal of building strengths in Indigenous Digital Practice among university and community-based Indigenous researchers.

Dr. Jennifer Wemigwans is leading this initiative and has commenced her position as Director of Indigenous Digital Practice.

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Digital Storytelling Workshop, 24-26 November 2023

The Critical Digital Humanities Initiative (CDHI), a tri-campus research initiative funded by the University of Toronto’s Institutional Strategic Initiatives (ISI) program, is pleased to announce a 2.5 day in-person digital research storytelling workshop from Friday Nov 24-Sunday Nov 26, 2023, at the University of Toronto, St. George Campus (location TBD, Friday afternoon) and the Collaborative Digital Research Centre (CDRS) at the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) campus (Sat. and Sun.).   

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