When Computer Science Met Austen and Edgeworth 2017. NPPSH Reflections, Vol. 1. pp.38-52. Maynooth Academic Publishing. Available at: http://eprints.maynoothuniversity.ie/8298/
“Not indeed a good writer of novels”: The Trolling of Sydney Owenson – The Business of a Woman’s Life: Female Authorship, Celebrity, and Fandom in the Long 19th Century – University of Reading – 16th March 2018
Enhanced Not “Distant”: Examining Independence in the Novels of Austen, Edgeworth, and Owenson – Digital Cultures, Big Data and Society – University College Dublin – 15th February 2018
“Pictures of Perfection”: Conflict Beneath the Surface in Jane Austen’s Novels – New Perspectives: Postgraduate Symposium for the Humanities, Maynooth University – 15th October 2017
The Third Way: Discovery Beyond Search and Browse in Letters of 1916 – Digital Humanities 2017, McGill University, Montreal – 11th August 2017 – Co-Author with Professor Susan Schreibman and Shane McGarry
Jane Austen in Vector Space – Invited presentation to Department of Japanology, Goethe University, Frankfurt – 24th January 2017
Jane Austen in Vector Space: Applying vector space models to nineteenth century literature – Japanese Association for Digital Humanities, University of Tokyo – 14th September 2016
Please click for Proceedings, a draft of the Paper and Slides
PubHD Dublin – “Rational Creatures”: Examining independence in Austen, Edgeworth, and Owenson 1800–1820 through vector space models – The Black Sheep, Dublin – 5th April 2017
3 Minute Thesis – “Rational Creatures”: Examining independence in Austen, Edgeworth, and Owenson 1800–1820 through vector space models – Maynooth University – 9th March 2017
3 Minute Thesis – Independence in the Novels of Austen, Edgeworth and Owenson 1800-1818: A Combined Computational and Close Reading Approach – Maynooth University – 3rd December 2015
‘Jane Austen in Vector Space: Applying vector space models to nineteenth century literature’ in Proceedings of the JADH 2016. Cited in Hengchen, Simon, et al. “Exploring archives with probabilistic models: Topic Modelling for the valorisation of digitised archives of the European Commission.” First Workshop Computational Archival Science: digital records in the age of big data, Washington. Vol. 8. 2016.
MA Research cited on pages 12 and 13 of Hook, Pam, Rob Manger, and Simon Wall. An Action Research Project with Solo Taxonomy Bk 1. New Zealand: Essential Resources, 30 Apr. 2015.