By Dean Irvine,Vanessa Lent,Bart A. Vautour
An exam of the connections among modernist writers and editorial activities, Making Canada New attracts hyperlinks between new and previous media, collaborative labour, emergent students and scholarships, and electronic modernisms. In doing so, the gathering finds that renovating modernisms doesn't have to depend upon the fabrication of thoroughly new modes of scholarship. relatively, it's the repurposing of already present practices and mixing them with others – no matter if outdated or new, print or electronic – that instigates a strategy of non-stop renewal. severe to this strategy of renewal is the intermingling of print and electronic learn tools and the coordination of extra renowned modes of literary scholarship with much less frequented ones, corresponding to bibliography, textual reviews, and enhancing. Making Canada New tracks the editorial preservation of modernism as a electronic phenomenon whereas chatting with the ongoing construction of print editions.
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Making Canada New: Editing, Modernism, and New Media by Dean Irvine,Vanessa Lent,Bart A. Vautour