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Statistically Speaking… Tracking CanLit Guides Traffic

Statistically Speaking… Tracking CanLit Guides Traffic

In late May, CanLit Guides ticked over the one-year mark since the launch of our 2018 Collection. At that time, we were thrilled to learn that we had received the 2019 Scholarly and Research Communication Journal Innovation Award. The award is intended to recognize the impact and results of innovations made by journals to expand the […]

Photo (from left to right): Rowly Lorimer, Editor of Scholarly and Research Communication | Donna Chin, Managing Editor | Emmanuel Hogg, President of the Canadian Association of Learned Journals

2019 Scholarly and Research Communication Journal Innovation Award

We have some great news to share! Canadian Literature has been awarded the 2019 Scholarly and Research Communication Journal Innovation Award for the CanLit Guides project, more specifically for the 2018 Collection of chapters. The award intends to recognize “new Canadian scholarly journal communication initiatives that are designed to increase the influence of a journal among readers and are noted by peers […]

From the Editors: Reflecting on the CanLit Guides 2018 Edited Collection

From the Editors: Reflecting on the CanLit Guides 2018 Edited Collection

The CanLit Guides 2018 Collection: Six Months Later

The CanLit Guides 2018 Collection: Six Months Later

CanLit Guides Workshop – May 25-26, 2016

CLG 2016 Workshop Reflection

Welcome to the New CanLit Guides

New website launch

Reporting Broken Links on CanLit Guides

Canadian Literature has recently migrated to a new website, and some links on CanLit Guides have been affected by this change. If you notice any broken links or faulty PDF downloads, let us know at canlit.guides(at)ubc.ca. Please include the URL of the affected page and a list of the broken links, so that we can […]

National Poetry Month 2015

April is National Poetry Month, and this year’s theme focuses on food and poetry. Vancouver’s Poet Laureate, Rachel Rose, declares in her inaugural speech that “food is personal, political, sensual and powerful.” Poetry is inextricably connected to the way we perceive the world, andCanLit Guides provides a study of its engagement with one of these […]

Governor General’s Literary Award: Thomas King

We are pleased to congratulate Thomas King on winning the Governor General’s Literary Awards 2014 fiction prize for his novel, The Back of the Turtle (2014). We feature a module on King’s Green Grass, Running Water (1993). The guide provides an overview of key themes, critical questions, and suggested assignments, as well as an exercise […]

New Guide: “Producing and Evaluating Canadian Texts”

Our newest guide, Producing and Evaluating Canadian Texts, is now online! Featuring chapters on Paratexts and Literary Value, CBC’s Canada Reads, and Graphic Fiction, this guide discusses the myriad ways texts are produced and evaluated in Canada. This guide covers topics such as literary value, awards, celebrity, cultural nationalism, and much more.