Reverse detail from Kakelbont MS 1, a fifteenth-century French Psalter. This image is in the public domain. Daniel Paul O'Donnell

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My Research

As a researcher, I write books, articles, and lectures on various topics, mostly having to do with medieval language and literature, the history of the book, textual scholarship, and humanities computing. My most recent major publication is Cædmon’s Hymn: A multimedia study, edition, and archive. You can find a complete list of my publications and lectures in my CV.

I am also associated with three international research projects: The Digital Medievalist Project, The Visionary Cross Project, and the Text Encoding Initiative:

I will post copies and offprints from my publications here whenever possible and as time allows. At the moment these postings are biased towards my on-line work with Digital Humanities; I am investigating my copyrights on my print research.


Cædmon Citation Network - Week 14

Last modified: Friday September 2, 2016. 18:41 (MDT)

Cædmon Citation Network - Week 12+13

Last modified: Tuesday August 23, 2016. 10:11 (MDT)

Cædmon Citation Network - Week 11

Last modified: Friday August 5, 2016. 13:59 (MDT)

Cædmon Citation Network - Week 10

Last modified: Monday July 25, 2016. 10:45 (MDT)

Cædmon Citation Network - Mini Update (Week 9)

Last modified: Friday July 22, 2016. 12:03 (MDT)

Cædmon Citation Network - Week 9

Last modified: Monday July 18, 2016. 09:51 (MDT)

Cædmon Citation Network - Week 8

Last modified: Monday July 11, 2016. 10:37 (MDT)

Cædmon Citation Network - Week 7.5

Last modified: Thursday July 7, 2016. 13:30 (MDT)

Cædmon Citation Network - Week 6

Last modified: Friday June 24, 2016. 09:27 (MDT)

Cædmon Citation Network - Week 5

Last modified: Friday June 17, 2016. 10:36 (MDT)

Cædmon Citation Network - Week 4

Last modified: Saturday June 11, 2016. 11:09 (MDT)

Cædmon Citation Network - Week 3

Last modified: Friday June 3, 2016. 10:04 (MDT)

Cædmon Citation Network - The Return

Last modified: Thursday May 19, 2016. 11:27 (MDT)

The Lethbridge Journal Incubator: A new business model for Open Access journal publication (Elsevier Labs Online Lectures February 18, 2014)

Last modified: Wednesday February 19, 2014. 16:18 (MST)

Living out loud: The Visionary Cross Project and the Public Humanities (CMRS/ETRUS. University of Saskatchewan January 16, 2014)

Last modified: Wednesday February 19, 2014. 16:07 (MST)

The New Humanities. The Place and Practice of the Humanities in an Age of Ubiquitous Networked Computing.

Last modified: Friday July 19, 2013. 06:55 (MDT)

Journal Incubator Poster (Digital Humanities 2013)

Last modified: Thursday July 18, 2013. 10:59 (MDT)

A proposal for including chunk, inter, and div level children of tei:rdg and tei: lemma

Last modified: Monday July 23, 2007. 16:15 (MDT)

A Proposal for Revisions to choice, app, and model.pPartEdit

Last modified: Sunday July 22, 2007. 18:23 (MDT)

Back to the future: What digital editors can learn from print editorial practice.

Last modified: Wednesday May 23, 2012. 19:54 (MDT)

If I were “You”: How Academics Can Stop Worrying and Learn to Love “the Encyclopedia that Anyone Can Edit”

Last modified: Wednesday May 23, 2012. 19:56 (MDT)

The Ghost in the Machine: Revisiting an Old Model for the Dynamic Generation of Digital Editions

Last modified: Wednesday May 23, 2012. 20:02 (MDT)

Why should I write for your Wiki? Towards an economics of collaborative scholarship.

Last modified: Wednesday January 4, 2017. 16:25 (MST)

O Captain! My Captain! Using Technology to Guide Readers Through an Electronic Edition

Last modified: Wednesday May 23, 2012. 20:06 (MDT)

The Doomsday Machine, or, "If you build it, will they still come ten years from now?": What Medievalists working in digital media can do to ensure the longevity of their research

Last modified: Wednesday May 23, 2012. 20:08 (MDT)

Disciplinary impact and technological obsolescence in digital medieval studies

Last modified: Wednesday May 23, 2012. 20:09 (MDT)

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