Digital Arts and Humanities - Journal Articles

Digital Arts and Humanities - Journal Articles

 

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  • O'Sullivan, James (School of Advanced Study, University College London, 2018-11-13)
    What are edge cases, and why do they matter? Dr James O’Sullivan, a digital arts and humanities lecturer at University College Cork, puts flippancy aside to unpick these uncanny constructs that are born of digital apparatus ...
  • O'Sullivan, James (Los Angeles Review of Books, LARB, 2018-08-03)
    As readers of poetry, we consistently commit the same act of self-deprivation – we associate literary quality with longevity. This emerges from a sort of reverse ageism, wherein the pillars of national canons are often ...
  • O'Sullivan, James (Los Angeles Review of Books, LARB, 2018-11-14)
    While Cork, Ireland is a city transformed by globalization and gentrification, its literary figures still reinforce the city's distinct feel.
  • O'Sullivan, James (Mark Amerika, 2018-11-04)
    Literary Ireland has long embraced experimentation. So, in an artistic community that typically gravitates towards the new, it is culturally anomalous to see that electronic literature has failed to flourish. Ireland, ...
  • O'Sullivan, James (SAGE Publications, 2018-07-03)
    The digital has shifted the forms through which we present scholarship, and as academic projects become increasingly disconnected with the codex form, our conceptions of what constitutes an academic book warrants ...

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