Essays, Features, & Reviews

O’Sullivan, James. “We Need to Talk about the Digital Humanities Job.” Talking Humanities, 10 July 2018. [Web][CORA]

O’Sullivan, James. “Bill Clinton and James Patterson Are Co-Authors – but Who Did the Writing?” The Guardian, 7 June 2018. [Web]

O’Sullivan, James. “A Time for Honesty… Here’s What the Church Means to Me.” Evening Echo, 26 Apr. 2018, p. 18. [Web]

O’Sullivan, James. “Forget the Ivory Tower – Lecturers Are Working Class Too.” The Irish Times, 25 Apr. 2018. [Web]

O’Sullivan, James. “Introduction: Digital Humanities as Dissonant.” Digital Studies/Le Champ Numérique, vol. 8, no. 1, 2018. doi:10.16995/dscn.286. [Web][CORA]

O’Sullivan, James. “Universities Have Become like Ikea – Just Follow the Instructions.” The Irish Times, 7 Feb. 2018. [Web]

O’Sullivan, James. “Publishing Holes.” Holes: Decade I, New Binary Press, 2017, pp. 109–13.

O’Sullivan, James. “Electronic Literature’s Contemporary Moment: Breeze and Campbell’s ‘All the Delicate Duplicates.’” Los Angeles Review of Books, Nov. 2017. [Web][CORA]

O’Sullivan, James. “Computing Differences in Language between Male and Female Authors.” RTÉ Brainstorm, Oct. 2017. [Web][CORA]

O’Sullivan, James. “Homemakers of Ireland, I salute you.” Headstuff, Aug. 2017. [Web]

O’Sullivan, James. “The Realities of Independent Publishing in Ireland.” The Irish Times, 9 June 2017. [Web]

O’Sullivan, James. “Why You Don’t Need to Write Much to Be the World’s Bestselling Author.” The Conversation, Apr. 2017. [Web]
Reprinted in The Independent, Apr. 2017. [Web]

O’Sullivan, James. “We are all complicit.” Headstuff, Mar. 2017. [Web]

Chenier, Natasha R., and James O’Sullivan. “Regarding the Joyce Word Dictionary.” James Joyce Quarterly, vol. 53, no. 1–2, Fall 2015-Winter 2016, pp. 17–21. [Web]

O’Sullivan, James. “Feis Maitiú revives the prize-winners’ concert to celebrate its 85th anniversary.” Evening Echo, Mar. 2011, pp. 12-13.

O’Sullivan, James. “What makes digital humanities, digital?” The Boolean, 2012, pp. 84-88.

O’Sullivan, James. Feature on the ties between Feis Maitiú, Corcaigh and Sri Lanka Festival for the Performing Arts, Evening Echo, Feb. 2010, p. 18.