A tribute to Stéfan

[Stéfan and I in front of the first poster describing the recently created CRIHN at the DH2014 conference in Lausanne.] I had the privilege of saying a few words during the commemoration of Stéfan Sinclair’s life yesterday. I am pasting them below as a tribute to my friend: I first got to know Stéfan professionally […] Read more


Ecole d’été “Humanités numériques” 2020

En association avec le Centre de Recherche Interuniversitaire sur les Humanités Numériques, je vais donner la cinquième école d’été du CÉRIUM sur les humanités numériques du 1 au 17 juin prochain (qui sera donné exceptionnellement en ligne cette année). L’objectif principal reste de familiariser les étudiants avec les humanités numériques dans le domaine des sciences […] Read more


MITACS opportunity

Through the MITACS program, up to two undergraduate students could receive CDN$6,000 for coming to Montreal for 3 months in the summer of 2020 (the money is intended to cover travel and accommodation expenses), in exchange for working in my DH center during the week. Students need to apply by September 18th 1pm PST, with a […] Read more

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Michael E. Sinatra is Professor of English at the Université de Montréal. Sinatra is the founding director of the DH Center CRIHN, and the founding editor of Romanticism on the Net. He is an associated fellow of Marcello Vitali-Rosati's CRC in Digital Textualities, the director of Nines, and the co-general editor of the series Parcours numériques.

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