Recent Courses and Materials

See also my list of courses, workshops and seminars.

2020

Text Encoding for Ancient and Modern Literature, Languages and History,” SAS Digital Humanities Online Training (June 2020).

“Digital Palaeography,” Institute of English Studies, University of London (18 January 2020). [Download the slides here.]

2019

Introduction to Text Analysis with R,” University of Exeter (22 November 2019).

“Textual Scholarship and Contemporary Editorial Theory” (Autumn term, 2019). [Download the syllabus here]

Introduction to Text Analysis with R,” Riga Technical University (16-26 September 2019).

Digital Scholarly Editing: Advanced Methods,” London Rare Books School (1–5 July 2019).

Introduction to Digital Scholarly Editing,” London Rare Books School (24–28 June 2019).

Working with Texts,” LAHP Introduction to Digital Humanities seminar (May–June 2019).

Textual Editing in the Digital Age,” Newcastle University (April 2019).

Introduction to Programming with R,” Sunoikisis Digital Classics Seminar (February–March 2019).

2018

Digital Approaches to Book History,” IES research seminar (October 2018).

“Digital Scholarly Editing,” London Rare Books School (2-6 July 2018).

“Hacking Moby-Dick“: A Seminar Series on Digital Approaches to Literature (April-June 2018).

2015

“The Philosophy of Mark Twain,” University of California, Berkeley Extension (Autumn 2018). [Download the syllabus here.]

2013

Introduction to Digital Humanities,” Department of English, University of Maine (fall semester 2013).

“Lives and Letters: Life Writing and Epistolary Art,” Department of English, University of Maine (spring term, 2013). [ Download syllabus here.]