A work-in-progress gathering place for trans- feminist and queer artists, activists, audiences and researchers.
Adapting the theories, vocabulary, and techniques of bibliographical inquiry to develop new methods for born-digital textual scholarship.
A project to create an online visual archive of representations of blackness throughout Latin American history.
A digital edition of a missionary’s diary, documenting Ojibwe responses to Christianity and the expansion of Treaty 3 territory.
A network of scholars studying apps through a range of theoretical and methodological lenses.
Providing free access to electronic texts of Ukrainian literature to all readers, especially students outside Ukraine.
A database of Soviet Samizdat Periodicals and interviews with activists and timelines of dissident activity.
Connecting scholars, activists, and archives across Canada and the U.S. to produce a collaborative, digital history hub for gay, lesbian, queer, and trans* oral histories.
An archive of digitized material tracing the Bais Yaakov movement from modern scholarship to its origins in 1917 Krakow
A collaborative working to reorient digital scholarship towards non-extractive research habits, protocols and relationships.
Histories of North American objects addressing global flows of influence that arise from trade colonialism and migration.
Free, open-access teaching and learning resources about different kinds of peoples, humans and non-humans who make up the world we live in today.