Conference Papers, Poster, & Panels

Selected Conference Papers

O’Sullivan, James. “Scholarly Equivalents of the Monograph? An Examination of some Digital Edge Cases.” SHARP: Technologies of the Book, Victoria, British Columbia (June 2017).

O’Sullivan, James, Michelle Shade, and Ben Rowles. “Player-Driven Content: Analysing Textual Communications in Online Roleplay.” Digital Humanities, Kraków (July 2016).

O’Sullivan, James. “The Evolution of E-Lit.” ELO2016, Victoria, British Columbia (June 2016).

O’Sullivan, James. “Electronic Literature: A Publisher’s Perspective.” ELO2015, Bergen (Aug 2015).

O’Sullivan, James. “Computational approaches to Ireland’s Contemporary Literary Journals.” Digital Humanities, Sydney (July 2015).

O’Sullivan, James. “Electronic Literature and the Politics of Process.” Digital Humanities, Sydney (July 2015).

O’Sullivan, James. “Irish Literature as Born-Digital.” MLA Annual Convention, Session 303: The Irish Work of Art in the Digital Ag, Vancouver (Jan 2015).

Durity, Anthony, and James O’Sullivan. “On Reusability and Electronic Literature.” Digital Humanities, Lausanne (July 2014).

Fuller, Simon, and James O’Sullivan. “Beyond Style: Literary Capitalism and the Publishing Industry.” Digital Humanities, Lausanne (July 2014).

O’Sullivan, James, Katarzyna Bazarnik, Maciej Eder, and Jan Rybicki. “Two Irish Birds: A Stylometric Analysis of James Joyce and Flann O’Brien.” Digital Humanities, Lausanne (July 2014).

Fuller, Simon, and James O’Sullivan. “‘More or less all plot’: A Rolling Delta Analysis of the Commodification of Collaboration.” Canadian Society for Digital Humanities Annual Conference, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Brock University, Saint Catharine’s (May 2014).

O’Sullivan, James. “Modernist Frequencies: A Computational Stylistics Approach to National Modernisms.” MLA Annual Convention, Session 402: Beyond the Digital: Pattern Recognition and Interpretation (Program arranged by the Association for Computers and the Humanities), Chicago (Jan 2013).

O’Sullivan, James. “Perspectives on Development Practices within the DH Community.” DHSI Colloquium, University of Victoria, British Columbia (Jun 2013).

Allen, Graham, and James O’Sullivan. “Device or Genre? Deconstructing the Literary Database.” ACCUTE Conference, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Victoria, British Columbia (Jun 2013).

O’Sullivan, James. “A New Visual Aesthetic: Materiality and Form in Electronic Literature.” Society for Digital Humanities Annual Conference, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Waterloo (May 2012).

Posters

Papaki, Eliza, James O’Sullivan, and Antonio Rojas, “Curating Community: Building a Communications Strategy for the European Association for Digital Humanities.” Digital Humanities, Kraków (July 2016).

Doyle, Richard, James O’Sullivan, Kate Miffitt, Ben Brumfield, and Anthony Durity. “Zebrapedia: Collective Explication of Philip K. Dick’s Exegesis.” Digital Humanities, Sydney (July 2015).

O’Sullivan, James, and Diane Jakacki. “What we make of Code: The Role of Programming in the Digital Humanities.” Digital Humanities, Lausanne (July 2014).

Panels

Nelson, Jason, Alinta Krauth, James O’Sullivan, Justin Tonra, and Anne Karhio, “Digital Literature & Art: Interface as Creative Device.” Cúirt International Festival of Literature, Galway Arts Centre (April 2017).

Faull, Katherine Mary, Diane Jakacki, James O’Sullivan, Amy Earhart, and Micki Kaufman, “Access, Ownership, Protection: The Ethics of Digital Scholarship.” Digital Humanities, Kraków (July 2016).

Jakacki, Diane, Laura C. Mandell, Paige Morgan, James O’Sullivan, and Katie Rawson. “Digital Scholarship in Action: Research.” Presided by Patricia Hswe. MLA Annual Convention, Austin (Jan 2016).

Jakacki, Diane, Katherine Faull, Dot Porter, and James O’Sullivan. “The Ethics of Data Curation: The Quandary of Access vs. Protection.” Keystone Digital Humanities, Philadelphia (July 2015).

Stimler, Neal, William Doan, Larry Ragan, Rose Cameron, Dana Carlisle Kletchka, Chris Long, James O’Sullivan, and S. Shyam Sundar, Digital Aesthetics, Pennsylvania State University (Apr 2015).