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The Grub Street Project Appendix

Module by: Allison Muri. E-mail the authorEdited By: Frederick Moody

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SSRC Awards Search Engine* results Fiscal Yesrs: from 1998-1999 to 2008-2009 Standard Research Grant (SRG) projects funded each fiscal year From SSHRC Awards Search Engine

Figure 1: Standard Research Grant (SRG projects in literary and textual studies with titles and keywords: digital OR electronic OR computing
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Images, Text, Sounds and Technology (ITST)* projects in literary and textual studies
*(Total projects in all years in all disciplines: 106)

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Major Collaborative Research Initiatives Program (MCRI)* projects in literary and textual studies with titles and keywords: digital OR electronic OR computing
*(Total projects in all years in all disciplines: 353)

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*(Total projects in all projects in all years in all disciplines: 353)
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