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Trisha O’ Connor
Old English and Digital Humanities Researcher
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Texts and Contexts MA
Liminality: The bond that ties the hero to the monster.
Reconciling the Old English “Apollonius of Tyre” with its Manuscript Context: The Miscellany CCCC201.
The Battle of Maldon: The Crisis within the Comitatus
“The Awntyrs Off Arthur” and an Ambiguous Afterlife.
The juxtaposition of the lofty “Knyghtes Tale” with the rude “Myllers Tale”.
“The bankes are overflowen, when stopped is the flood.” Temperance in “The Faerie Queene”.
Histories of the Book
Palaeolography: An Introduction
Should we judge books by their covers?
The Trials and Tribulations in Producing an Edition
Research Seminar Series
Emmerich’s Reimagining of Elizabeth I in “Anonymous”
Victorian Gift Books and Manuscript Culture
Textualities Conference 2014
Digital Skills for Research Postgraduates
Word Cloud Visualisation Tools
CENDARI Summer School 2015
Day One: XML, TEI, T-Pen and Tradamus.
Day Two: Manuscriptorium and the National Archives of the Czech Republic.
Day Three: Abbreviationes and the CENDARI Virtual Research Environment.
Day Four: The Classical Text Editor, Virtual Research Environment and Dr Toby Burrows.
Day Five: CENDARI and Final Discussions.