7 July, 2023

James O’Sullivan

James O’Sullivan
Lab_HD Visiting Scholar
Lecturer (Digital Arts & Humanities) at the University College Cork (Cork, Ireland)
“I research and teach across various topics in the digital humanities and digital culture, specifically, digital literary and cultural studies, and computer-assisted criticism. I took up a lectureship in the Department of Digital Humanities at University College Cork in July 2017, having previously held faculty positions at the University of Sheffield and Pennsylvania State University. I have also taught in an adjunct capacity at Cork Institute of Technology and Washington State University, Vancouver, and held visiting fellowships at NOVA University, Lisbon and Trinity College Dublin.
I am the author of Towards a Digital Poetics (Palgrave Macmillan 2019). I have also edited several scholarly collections, such as Digital Art in Ireland (Anthem Press 2021) and Reading Modernism with Machines (Palgrave Macmillan 2016). My research has appeared in a number of international peer-reviewed publications, including Digital Scholarship in the HumanitiesDigital Humanities QuarterlyDigital Studies/Le Champ Numérique, the International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing and the MLA’s evolving anthology, Literary Studies in a Digital Age. I have given plenaries and guest lectures at a number of major institutions and community gatherings. My research has also drawn some attention from the press, being cited in venues like The New Yorker.
I am involved with a variety of digital projects, including the Cork Film Festival digital archive and Joyce Word Dictionary.
I spent the summer of 2021 at NOVA University, Lisbon, where I was a visiting fellow at the Digital Humanities Laboratory and Institute for the Study of Literature and Tradition. Much of this period was committed to the completion of a forthcoming edited volume which includes a new chapter that I have written on the film-poetry of Irish author Doireann Ní Ghríofa.”
James O’Sullivan
Lecturer (Digital Arts & Humanities)
University College Cork (Cork, Ireland)
February 2022


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