Digital Arts and Humanities

Digital Arts and Humanities

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  • Heckman, Davin; O'Sullivan, James (Modern Language Association, 2018)
    Electronic literature, essentially, must be electronic and literary. Even if we cannot define the literary, we can at least recognize it, and, from recognition, we can begin to build meaning. This chapter attempts to do ...
  • O'Sullivan, James (Paradoxa, 2017)
  • O'Sullivan, James; Bazarnik, Katarzyna; Eder, Maciej; Rybicki, Jan (Open Library of Humanities, 2018-03-27)
    This paper examines the stylometric similarities between James Joyce and Flann O’Brien, demonstrating which works from the latter’s oeuvre are stylistically the most Joycean. We will outline the results of a series of ...
  • O'Sullivan, James (Open Library of Humanities, 2018-01-23)
    The Digital Humanities Summer Institute gives students and scholars a chance to broaden their knowledge of the Digital Humanities within a feasible timeframe. The DHSI Colloquium was first founded by Diane Jakacki and Cara ...
  • O'Sullivan, James (Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2014-03-28)
    Technologies of time are central to Virginia Woolf’s Orlando, symbolism that is equally present in Sally Potter’s film adaptation of the novel. Both Woolf and Potter advance narratives that detail a journey through time, ...

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