Histories of North American objects addressing global flows of influence that arise from trade colonialism and migration.
Material Culture-Cultural Studies
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.
Bibliographical databases of primary and secondary sources as well as digital community space for the study of the Middle Ages and Renaissance.
Using digital mapping and archives to consider the place of food production in Italian-Canadian Cultural identity throughout the last century.
Adapting the theories, vocabulary, and techniques of bibliographical inquiry to develop new methods for born-digital textual scholarship.
A database of over 11 000 images related to Ethiopian art and architecture.
A digital edition of a missionary’s diary, documenting Ojibwe responses to Christianity and the expansion of Treaty 3 territory.