Peer Reviewed Journals
O’Sullivan, James. “Collective Consciousness in Science Fiction.” Foundation: The International Review of Science Fiction 39.110 (2010): 80-85.
Guzzetta, Giorgio and James O’Sullivan. “The Blended Classroom: How Digital Tools Interact with Physical Space.” ICT in Education Conference, Limerick Institute of Technology, Thurles, 11 May 2013.
Galvin, Mary and James O’Sullivan. “An Exploration of Avatar Attachment in Online Communities.” Cyberpsychology and Computer Psychology, University of Bolton, 17 Jul 2012.
O’Sullivan, James. “Digitally Annotating the Bibliographic Code.” DHSI Colloquium, University of Victoria, British Columbia, 5 Jun 2012.
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, 28 May 2012.
O’Sullivan, James. “A Discourse on the Need for an Ethical Theory Suitable for Application within the new Societies of the Digital Age.” Collaborative European Research Conference, Blackrock Castle, Cork, 14 Jan 2011.
O’Sullivan, James. “What makes digital humanities, digital?” The Boolean (2012): 84-88.
O’Sullivan, James. “African Myth alongside Western Conventions in Toni Morrisson’s Song of Solomon.” Durham English Review 1.1 (2011): 109-120.
O’Sullivan, James. “Materiality, Digital Literature and the Electronic Edition.” DAH Institute 2012, NUI Galway, 21 Sept 2012.
O’Sullivan, James. “Materiality and Creativity in the Digital Arts and Humanities.” CACSSS Postgraduate Conference, University College Cork, 12 Nov 2011.
Kirwan, Luke and James O’Sullivan. “Electronic Scholarship: New Paradigms in Humanities Computing.” People and Technology Research Group, School of Applied Psychology, University College Cork, 7 Dec 2011.
O’Sullivan, James. “Electronic Literary Assimilation: Merging the Digital with the Poetic.” School of English PhD Slam, University College Cork, 15 Sept 2011.