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I am based in the Department of Digital Humanities at King's College London, as a Marie Curie International Incoming Fellow (2014-2016). 

You can read about my research project, "Reconstructing the Phillipps Collection" at this blog site.

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I also have a Web presence at:

My areas of service include:

  • Digital Humanities - I have reviewed submissions for the DH 2012, DH 2013, DH 2014, DH 2015 and DHA 2012 conferences and am a member of the DH group at UWA. I was on the local organizing committee for Digital Humanities Australasia 2014. I am the Product Owner for the HuNI (Humanities Networked Infrastructure) virtual laboratory. 
  • Medieval manuscript studies - I am a member of the Advisory Board for MESA: the Medieval Electronic Scholarly Alliance and of the Advisory Board for the redevelopment of the Schoenberg Database of Manuscripts.
  • E-Research - I have been on the Programme Committee for the eResearch Australasia Conferences since 2010. I was a member of the organizing committee for the 2013 Computer Applications in Archaeology conference, held in Perth.
  • Research assessment - I am an ARC Assessor and was the History and Archaeology discipline steward for the ERA assessments at UWA in 2010 and 2012.
  • Open Access to research data - I was on the Advisory Panel for the Policy RECommendations for Open Access to Research Data in Europe (RECODE) project
  • Journal publication - I am on the editorial boards of Parergon, Education for Information, and OCLC Systems and Services, and serve as a referee for Archival Science and Information, Communication and Society
  • Book publication - I am on the editorial board for the series Medieval Media Studies, published by Medieval Institute Publications and Arc-Medieval Press

My current research interests include:

  • Digital technology and the humanities (particularly the relevance of e-research, Linked Open Data and ontologies)
  • Medieval manuscripts (particularly their curation, description and digitization)
  • Medieval encyclopedias
  • The study of the Bible in the Middle Ages
  • The history and future of the book
  • The history of collecting and collectors

 

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