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Following the advice of Ottawa Public Health, the Ontario Ministry of HealthPublic Health Ontario and the Public Health Agency of Canada, Carleton University has closed all non-essential services. During this time, the Department of English Language and Literature will be operating online, and staff will be working remotely.

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The goal of the Collaborative Master’s in Digital Humanities is to provide training in critical theories and methodologies in humanities scholarship enabled by new digital media, texts and tools. Our program will help you rethink how the digital world opens up a variety of new possibilities for the humanities, including how we understand art, film, music, literature and popular culture; how we develop new forms of collective memory; and how we create global communities and intercultural dialogue … more

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