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Dr. Jennifer Edmond

Research Fellow (Faculty Office : AHSS)

 


  Cultural Identity   Digital Humanities   interdisciplinary collaboration   research infrastructure   Technology and Society
 PROVIDEDH
 Of Naked AIs and Singing Robots
 KPLEX (Knowledge Complexity)
 PARTHENOS
 SPARKLE

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Member of the Europeana Research Communities Advisory Group 2013-2016
Member of the DARIAH-IE Steering Group 2012-present
Language Skill Reading Skill Writing Skill Speaking
English Fluent Fluent Fluent
French Medium Basic Medium
German Fluent Fluent Fluent
Irish Basic Basic Medium
Cultures of Scholarship and Work: Reflections on Infrastructure as the European alt-ac in, editor(s)Matthew Gold and Lauren Klein , Debates in the Digital Humanities 2017, University of Minnesota Press, 2019, [Jennifer Edmond], Book Chapter, IN_PRESS
Jennifer Edmond, Reconciling the Cultural Complexity of Research Data: Can we Make Data Interdisciplinary without Hiding Disciplinary Knowledge, Data Science Journal, 2019, Journal Article, SUBMITTED  TARA - Full Text
Jennifer Edmond, Data, Data Processing, Data Provenance & Metadata. On the digital representation of complex cultural data. , Intl. Journal of Metadata, Semantics and Ontologies, 2019, Journal Article, SUBMITTED
Jennifer Edmond, How Scholars Read Now: When the Signal IS the Noise, Digital Humanities Quarterly, 2018, Journal Article, IN_PRESS
Data, Metadata, Narrative. Barriers to the Reuse of Cultural Sources." in, Garoufallou E., Virkus S., Siatri R., Koutsomiha D. , Metadata and Semantic Research. MTSR 2017, Springer, 2017, [Edmond J., Nugent Folan G.], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  DOI
Will Historians Ever Have Big Data? Theoretical and Infrastructural Perspectives in, editor(s)Bojan Bozic, Gavin Mendel-Gleason, Christophe Debruyne, Declan O'Sullivan , Computational History and Data-Driven Humanities, Springer, 2016, [Jennifer Edmond], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Infrastructures and Collaboration in, editor(s)Susan Schreibman, R Siemans and J Unsworth , New Blackwell Companion to the Digital Humanities, UK, Blackwell, 2016, pp54 - 66, [Edmond, Jennifer], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
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, 1, (1), 2015, p107 - 122, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  DOI
Edmond, Jennifer, What do we want from a discipline-based education? What do we need?, Arts and Humanities in Higher Education , 13, (4), 2014, p348 - 358, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
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, PRESENTED
  

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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, PUBLISHED
Edmond, Jennifer, Strategic issues for archives in a digital world, Archives Portal Europe Conference , Dublin, June, 2013, Archives Portal Europe, Invited Talk, PRESENTED
Edmond, Jennifer and Laurent Romary, Academic Publishing: New Opportunities for the Culture of Supply and the Nature of Demand, 2013, Working Paper, PUBLISHED
Edmond, Jennifer, Researcher Requirements in the Digital Age: From Tomorrow to Yesterday, The Researcher of Tomorrow , Madrid, Spain, November , 2012, The European Library meeting , Notes: [Keynote Address], Invited Talk, PUBLISHED
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, PUBLISHED
Edmond, Jennifer, Trouble on the Horizon? Accessing European Funding for Humanities Research., COIMBRA Deans' Forum meeting , Uppsala, Sweden, April, 2012, Notes: [Invited Keynote Presentation], Invited Talk, PUBLISHED
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, PUBLISHED
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, PUBLISHED
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, PUBLISHED
Veerle Vanden Daelen, Jennifer Edmond, Petra Links, Mike Priddy, Linda Reijnhoudt, Václav Tollar and Annelies Van Nispen, Sustainable Digital Publishing of Archival Catalogues of Twentieth-Century History Archives, https://hal.inria.fr/hal-01281442, Report, PUBLISHED

  

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Named one of Ireland's Champions of EU Research June 2012
Named a "Future Pilot" for the "Artificial Intelligence and Tomorrow's World" programme by the Volkswagen Foundation, July 2017 July 2017
Nominated for the Trinity College Dublin "Global Engagement Award" June 2017
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 infrastructure development projects such as DARIAH, CENDARI, PARTHENOS 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 the interface between technology and society, in particular the challenges of the digital society and how humanities approaches to knowledge creation can assist us in meeting them.