Selected Grants & Fellowships

Cork International Film Festival Research Bursary (€8,311)

CACSSS Conference Support Fund (€2,000)

Association for Computers and the Humanities Incubator Grant 2015 ($1,000)

Penn State University Libraries Innovation Microgrant 2014/15 ($3,000)

Selected Awards & Honours

Co-author of “Who Wrote Wuthering Heights?”, recipient of Best Publication involving an Undergraduate Author, UCC Research Awards 2020

Contributor to The Bloomsbury Handbook of Electronic Literature edited by Joseph Tabbi, recipient of the Electronic Literature Organization N. Katherine Hayles Award in 2018

“Different Kinds of Life” received third-place in the Gregory O’Donoghue International Poetry Prize 2016

“Rust” was shortlisted for the Fish Poetry Prize 2016

Finalist, Europeana Design Challenge 2015, for Digital Story Cubes

“The Holy Ground” was shortlisted for the Fish Poetry Prize 2015

“Dust & Bones” was shortlisted for the Fish Short Story Prize 2014/15

Shortlisted for the Paul Fortier Prize, Digital Humanities, Lausanne, July 2014

Recipient of an Honorable Mention in the CSDH/SCHN Ian Lancashire Award 2014

Recipient of a High Commendation in the The Charles Macklin Poetry Prize 2013

Recipient of an Honorable Mention in the Global Outlook::Digital Humanities Essay Prize 2013

Recipient of “Best Innovation in an Emerging Space”, Cork County and City Enterprise Boards CIT Prize for Innovation 2010

Plenaries & Guest lectures

“The Challenges of Digital Humanities”
Open in Practice: Inspirations, Strategies and Methods for Open Research, University of Reading, March 2017

“The Evolution of E-Lit: Quantitative Approaches”
Institute of the Polish Language at the Polish Academy of Sciences, Kraków, December 2016

“Algorithmic Criticism as an approach to Electronic Literature”
Electronic Literature Lab, Washington State University, Vancouver, January 2016

“Getting Creative with Industry”
CACSSS Postgraduate Research Conference, University College Cork, December 2015

“Exploring Ireland’s Literary Communities”
Comparative Literature Luncheon Lecture Series, Pennsylvania State University, November 2014

“Making Technology Work for the Humanities: Why, How, and What”
Liberal Arts Scholarship and Technology Summit, Pennsylvania State University, September 2014

“The Significance of Boring Words: Stylometric Analyses of James Joyce”
Queens University Belfast, May 2014