Digital Humanities

As scholars and students increasingly approach literature and scholarship through digital media, I have attempted to place traditional bibliographic practices alongside evolving digital forms. The following is a selection from my involvement in the digital humanities:

Dubliners Bookshelf: Readings with Joyce

I am the creator and editor of Dubliners Bookshelf, a digital companion to James Joyce’s Dubliners. Forthcoming in May 2015.

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Digital Humanities in the Classroom

Easter, 1916 by W.B. Yeats

This was an ebook prepared by the students in my History of the Book course during Spring 2013.  This project asked students to 

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Contributions to Other Projects



On the streets of Dublin or in the comfort of your own home, experience this fascinating introduction to Ulysses. Narrated by Frank Delaney and featuring Senator David Norris, JoyceWays brings you hours of fun. On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.


Digital Dubliners

Open the pages on a Dubliners for the 21st century in this engaging and authoritative edition that makes James Joyce more enjoyable and accessible than ever.