Jennifer Edmond
Research Fellow, Faculty Office : AHSS

Publications and Further Research Outputs

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Edmond, Jennifer, "The Taste of 'Data Soup' and the Creation of a Pipeline for Transnational Historical Research, Journal of The Japanese Association for Digital Humanities, 2015 Journal Article, 2015 TARA - Full Text

Infrastructures and Collaboration in, editor(s)Susan Schreibman, R Siemans and J Unsworth , New Blackwell Companion to the Digital Humanities, UK, Blackwell, 2015, [Edmond, Jennifer] Book Chapter, 2015

Edmond, Jennifer, What do we want from a discipline-based education? What do we need?, Arts and Humanities in Higher Education , 2014 Journal Article, 2014

Edmond, Jennifer, The Taste of 'Data Soup' and the Creation of a Pipeline for Historical Research., Japanese Association for Digital Humanities , Kyoto, Japan, September , 2013, Japanese Association for Digital Humanities Invited Talk, 2013

Jennifer Edmond, CENDARI's Grand Challenges: Building, Contextualising and Sustaining a New Knowledge Infrastructure." , International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing. , 7, (2), 2013, p58 - 69 Journal Article, 2013 TARA - Full Text

Edmond, Jennifer and Susan Schreibman, The Hub and Spoke Model of Digital Humanities Infrastructure, Japanese Association for Digital Humanities , Kyoto, Japan, September , 2013, Japanese Association for Digital Humanities Invited Talk, 2013

Edmond, Jennifer, Open Minds and Open Learning in the 'Cosmopolitan' Internet, European Journal of Research on Education and Training, 10, (3), 2012, p49 - 56 Journal Article, 2012 URL TARA - Full Text

Edmond, Jennifer and Katie McCadden, Digital Cultural Heritage and Social Participation, Intel European Research and Innovation Conference, Leixlip, October, 2011 Poster, 2011

'European Elephants in the Room (are they the ones with the bigger or smaller ears?) in, editor(s)Jerome McGann , Online Humanities Scholarship: The Shape of Things to Come, Rice University Press, 2010, [Susan Schreibman, Jennifer Edmond] Book Chapter, 2010 TARA - Full Text

Edmond, Jennifer, The Role of the Professional Intermediary in Expanding the Humanities Computing Base." , Literary and Linguistic Computing, 20, (3), 2005, p367 - 380 Journal Article, 2005 URL

Marshall, Jennifer, Betrothal and Violence and the Beloved Sacrifice in Nineteenth-Century German Prose., New York, Peter Lang, 2001 Book, 2001

Marshall, Jennifer, Wilhelm Raabe's Apothecary: Two Texts Tracing the Pharmako-logy of the Wild Man, Colloquium Germanica, 1, 2001, p27 - 40 Journal Article, 2001

Marshall, Jennifer, The Semiotics of Schizophrenia: The Artistry and Illness of Unica Zürn." , MLS, 30, (2), 2000, p21 - 31 Journal Article, 2000

Non-Peer-Reviewed Publications

Jakub Bene , Nata a Bulatović, Jennifer Edmond, Milica Kne ević, Jörg Lehmann, Francesca Morselli, Andrei Zamoiski, The CENDARI White Book of Archives, Dublin, January, 2016 Report, 2016 URL TARA - Full Text

Edmond, Jennifer, Strategic issues for archives in a digital world, Archives Portal Europe Conference , Dublin, June, 2013, Archives Portal Europe Invited Talk, 2013

Edmond, Jennifer and Laurent Romary, Academic Publishing: New Opportunities for the Culture of Supply and the Nature of Demand, 2013 Working Paper, 2013 URL

Edmond, Jennifer, Irrelevant no More! Seeding an Interdisciplinary Approach to Arts and Humanities Research, Invited Presentation, University of Edinburgh, September , 2012, University of Edinburgh Invited Talk, 2012

Edmond, Jennifer, Researcher Requirements in the Digital Age: From Tomorrow to Yesterday, The Researcher of Tomorrow , Madrid, Spain, November , 2012, The European Library meeting Invited Talk, 2012

Edmond, Jennifer, Trouble on the Horizon? Accessing European Funding for Humanities Research., COIMBRA Deans' Forum meeting , Uppsala, Sweden, April, 2012 Invited Talk, 2012

Edmond, Jennifer, Digital but still Human: the Place of Technology in the Humanities Research Process, Digital Humanities Summer School "From Metadata to Linked Data", Dublin, July , 2011 Invited Talk, 2011

Edmond, Jennifer, Impact, Performance, Quality and the Measurement Thereof: What do we Mean, What do we Want, What Can we Do?, Workshop on Key Performance Indicators for Humanities Research in Ireland , Dublin, March , 2009, RIA/IRCHSS Invited Talk, 2009

Edmond, Jennifer, Impact, Performance, Quality and the Measurement Thereof: What do we Mean, What do we Want, What Can we Do?, Workshop on Key Performance Indicators for Humanities Research in Ireland , Dublin, March , 2009, RIA/IRCHSS Invited Talk, 2009

Research Expertise

Description

My research interests cover three, interconnected areas. At the broadest level, I am interest in the practice of humanities research, the underlying processes that comprise it, how it resists and incorporates strategies from other disciplines, such as collaborative, interdisciplinary and applied approaches. My primary focus is however on the impact of technology on humanities research. This interest has both an applied dimension (for example in the projects such as CENDARI and eCloud to which I contribute) and a more theoretical dimension, such as in my work around scholarly publishing and communications. Finally, I am interested in what technology can enable within the study of cultural trauma and cultural identity, and in the potential for the development of new transnational scholarly communication paradigms regarding emotionally charged issues of history and cultural production.

Projects

  • Title
    • CENDARI
  • Summary
    • CENDARI is a 4-year, 6.5M project funded by the European Commission to integrate digital archival resources for medieval and modern history. It brings together 14 partner institutions from 8 countries: I am overall project coordinator.
  • Funding Agency
    • European Commission
  • Date From
    • 02/2012
  • Date To
    • 01/2016
  • Title
    • Social Performance, Cultural Trauma and the Reestablishing of Solid Sovereignties (SPECTRESS)
  • Summary
    • This network, involving partners from 9 high-performing international research institutions, will seek to investigate on a global scale the cultural dimensions of national identities through the lens of 'cultural trauma,' a category of specific and widespread disruptions in identity. I conceptualised and coordinate the project, and also lead the digital humanities strand.
  • Funding Agency
    • European Commission
  • Date From
    • January 2014
  • Date To
    • December 2017
  • Title
    • Europeana Cloud
  • Summary
    • Europeana Cloud seeks to develop cloud services based on the Europeana digital library to enhance the usability and relevance of the collections for particular communities. Trinity's involvement is particularly focussed on the development of a research infrastructure based upon the Europeana platform.
  • Funding Agency
    • European Commission
  • Date From
    • February 2013
  • Date To
    • January 2016
  • Title
    • NeDiMAH
  • Summary
    • NeDiMAH is an ESF network looking at the emerging digital methods in arts and humanities research. I lead a working group on the impact of digital methods on scholarly publishing.
  • Funding Agency
    • European Science Foundation
  • Date From
    • May 2011
  • Date To
    • April 2015
  • Title
    • Discover Research
  • Summary
    • Discover Research is Dublin's contribution to the Marie Curie Researcher Night, 2013. Led by the researchers in the digital humanities, it will feature multiple projects and teams through multiple events and venues, bringing the general public into contact with advanced research across the disciplines.
  • Funding Agency
    • European Commission
  • Date From
    • May 2013
  • Date To
    • November 2013

Keywords

Cultural Identity; Digital Humanities; interdisciplinary collaboration; research infrastructure; Technology and Society

Recognition

Representations

Member of the Europeana Research Communities Advisory Group 2013-2016

Member of the DARIAH-IE Steering Group 2012-present

Awards and Honours

Named one of Ireland's Champions of EU Research June 2012