The Research Group for Electronic Textuality and Theory is a largely informal collective of researchers in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at The University of Western Ontario. As members of this group, we share an interest in the application of digital and computer technology to research in the humanities and arts, as well as a desire to explore the theoretical implications of these new technologies in the fields of language, literature, and textuality. In addition to scholarly work in these areas published or presented in conventional forms and venues, the members of RGETT are all actively involved in projects that apply electronic and digital media to research resources, through web portals, databases, linguistics computing, and hypertext editions.
This site is in the process of revision and reconstruction. Available now, however, is an annotated Resource List for Digital Humanities.