Public Appearances 2014-2015

This page will be updated as events and more details are confirmed. All events are subject to change.

Please contact organisers for more information.

Wednesday 12 February, 18:15-20:15 
#Impact: Social Media Best Practices for Start-ups, CityUnrulyversity, City University London

Wednesday 19 February, 17:00
City University London Library and Information Studies and Electronic Publishing Postgraduate Open Evening

Wednesday 26 February, 14:00-16:00
Twitter for Research workshop, Languages of Access, King’s College London

Monday 10 and Tuesday 11 March
Discoverability of African Scholarship Online. Practical strategies and collaborative approaches, Open UCT Initiative workshop, Nairboi, Kenya

Thursday 3 April
AISB 50th – Symposium on “Love and Sex with Robots”
The Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and the Simulation of Behaviour (AISB) 2014 Convention
Goldsmiths, University of London
Intimacy with Robots: On Ryuichi Sakamoto’s Risky

Thursday 10 April, 10:00-11:00
New trends in academic research and what they mean for publishers, Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers panel, London Book Fair 2014 

Tuesday 15 April, 9:00-10:30
The impacts of impact: challenges and opportunities of ‘multichannel’ academic work, UKSG 37th Annual Conference and Exhibition, Harrogate

Wednesday 7- Thursday 8 May
Digital Humanities Summit
Higher Education Academy
Lewes, East Sussex

Friday 23 May 2014 from 10:30 to 17:00
Modernist Studies and Academic Publishing conference, organised by Ecloga / SNoMS
University of Strathclyde, Glasgow

Friday 13 June, 11:00-12:00 Poster: [PDF]
Building Scholarly Resources for Wider Public Engagement. Full Day Workshop (AHRC Collaborative Skills Award) Promoting Interdisciplinary Engagement in the Digital Humanities
DH Crowdscribe Project
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, Oxford University
Use and Reuse of Scholarly Data and Resources (tentative title- with James Baker- British Library)

Tuesday, 17 June, from 10:45
ACLAIIR AGM & Seminar 2014 – OPEN ACCESS: The future of academic publication?
Cambridge University Library
More information via the West European Studies and Information Network, Wesline

Wednesday 9 – Saturday 12 July
Digital Humanities 2014
Lausanne, Switzerland

Wednesday 16 July
Researching Contemporary Culture (AHRC collaborative Skills Award)
Organised by the Contemporary Fiction Seminar. Institute of English Studies, Senate House London
I will be leading the “Interpretive Communities” workshop, including presentations on Library and Research Skills. How can researchers from the humanities broadly make use of the work being done under the rubric of the digital humanities? What new research skills are needed to engage with changing platforms for audience/reader response and participation? How do we engage with the population of popular culture?

Thursday 23 October
Open Access: Where Are We Now?
As part of the 8th International Open Access Week, this is a celebration of Open Access at City University London.The event consists of an informal, friendly panel discussion presenting progressive voices from the humanities and the sciences advocating for open access and explaining why it matters. This will also be a satellite event launching the Open Access Button.

 Saturday 25 October
Transitions 5: New Directions in Comics Studies

 Tuesday 18 November
Applying To Study Library And Information Science
London Mathematical Society
Are you interested in qualifying as a professional librarian? This event brings together a range of speakers to inspire you to choose a career in the library and information world. We’ll give you an insight into the process of applying for and experiences of “Library School”, as well as look at your first steps in your career.

Wednesday 19 November
Library and Information Science #citylis Postgraduate Study Open Evening
City University London, 5PM
All welcome.

8 – 11 January 2015
130ths MLA Annual Convention, 2015
Vancouver, Canada

Friday 16th January 2015 (10:30 to 16:30)

Metrics and the assessment of research quality and impact in the Arts and Humanities. A one-day workshop hosted by the University of Warwick, as part of the Independent Review of the Role of Metrics in Research Assessment.
Scarman Conference Centre, University of Warwick. Please register here.

Please contact organisers for more information.