Downloadable Materials

Journal Articles and Published Proceedings

  1. M. Doran, J. Edmond, G. Nugent-Folan, “Reconciling the Cultural Complexity of Research Data: Can we Make Data Interdisciplinary without Hiding Disciplinary Knowledge,” CODATA Data Science Journal. Forthcoming.  Preprint available here.

  2. J. Lehmann, E. Huber, T. Stodulka, “Lost in Datafication? – A Typology of (Emotion) Data Contextualisation,” Springer Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science. Forthcoming.
  3. J. Edmond, G. Nugent-Folan, “Data, Metadata, Narrative: Barriers to the Reuse of Cultural Sources,” Springer Communications in Computer Information Science (CCIS), 755: 2017, pp. 253-260. doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-70863-8_25.  Preprint available here.
  4. N. Horsley, “What can a knowledge complexity approach reveal about big data and archival practice?,” 2017 IEEE International Conference on Big Data (Big Data), Boston, MA, 2017, pp. 2246-2250.  doi: 10.1109/BigData.2017.8258176. Available to read here.
  5. J. Lehmann, M. Mittelbach, “Emotion research: A citation network analysis”, Sage Emotion Review. Forthcoming.
  6. J. Edmond, G. Nugent-Folan.  Data, Data Processing, Data Provenance & Metadata. On the digital representation of complex cultural data.  International Journal of Metadata, Semantics and Ontologies.  Forthcoming.  Preprint available here.

Book Chapters

  1. J. Edmond, G. Nugent-Folan, “Digitising Cultural Complexity: Representing Rich Cultural Data in a Big Data environment” in The Oxford Handbook of Digital Technology and Society, eds. Ronald Rice and Simeon Yates (Oxford: Oxford University Press, contracted 2019). Preprint available here.

Other Publications

  1. G. Nugent-Folan, “KPLEX”, Big Data Value Forum Newsletter, September 2017. Web.
  2. J. Edmond, G. Nugent-Folan, “Knowledge Complexity and the Digital Humanities: Introducing the KPLEX Project”, ERCIM News 111, October 2017. Web.
  3. NA, “KPLEX Results in Three Scientific Conferences”, Big Data Value Forum Newsletter, December 2017. Web.
  4. NA, “Big Data & Complex Knowledge – Observations and Recommendations from KPLEX Project,” Big Data Value Forum Webpage.
  5. The Net4Society Success Stories in SSH Integration Fact Sheet is available to read and download at https://kplexproject.files.wordpress.com/2018/06/ict_final_draft-1.pdf.  


  1. M. Doran, “Data Normalisation for Computation Linguistics and the Dating of Early Irish Texts,” Conference: 31st Irish Conference of Medievalists, Maynooth University, 29-30 June 2017.
  2. J. Edmond, G. Nugent-Folan , “Digitising Cultural Complexity: Representing Rich Cultural Data in a Big Data Environment,” Conference: Ways of Being in a Digital Age, Liverpool, United Kingdom, 10-11 October 2017. Available to read here.
  3. E. Huber, J. Lehmann, “Technological Advances in Emotion Recognition and their Epistemological Implications”, Conference: Conference of the German Anthropological Association 2017, Berlin, Germany, 4-7 October 2017.
  4. N. Horsley, “Gatekeeping Imaginaries of Cultural Heritage Research: The Role of Archives in Shaping the Possibilities of Future Research,” Conference: Researching Digital Cultural Heritage, Manchester, United Kingdom, 29 November 2017.
  5. T. Stodulka, “Daten, Management, Kritik – Zur Epistemologie kleiner und grosser Daten,” Conference: Fachinformationsdienst Sozial- und Kulturanthropologie, Berlin, November 2017.
  6. N. Horsley, “What can a Knowledge Complexity Approach Reveal about Big Data and Archival Practice?,” Conference: 2017 IEEE International Conference on Big Data, Boston, United States, 11-14 December 2017.
  7. J. Edmond, G. Nugent-Folan (presented by M. Doran), “Humanities Approaches to Big Data,” Conference: Digital Cultures, Big Data and Society, Dublin, 15-16 February 2018.
  8. J. Edmond, G. Nugent-Folan (presented by V. Garnett), “When Open Becomes Closed: Findings of the Knowledge Complexity (KPLEX) Project,” Conference: Digital Humanities in Nordic Countries, 3rd Conference, Helsinki, Finland, 7-9 March 2018.
  9. N. Horsley, M. Priddy, “Academic Freedom in a Medium Without Free Will: The Future of Historical Research,” Conference: Is Big Data a New Medium? An Interdisciplinary Symposium, Singapore, 7-8 May 2018. Slides available to view here.

Invited Talks

  1. G. Nugent-Folan, “KPLEX: The Conceptualisations of Data”, Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin, 10 May 2017.
  2. M. Priddy et. al., Panel Contribution, Privacy-Preserving Technologies Panel Discussion, European Big Data Value Forum 2017 Conference, Versailles, Paris, 22 November 2017.
  3. J. Edmond, “What Can Big Data Research Learn from the Humanities?,” ACDH Lecture 4.1, Austrian Academy of Sciences, 23 January 2018. The lecture is available to view here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2vdFBo9wB4
  4. J. Edmond, Keynote Presentation, Fidelity Data Symposium, 10 April 2018.
  5. N. Horsley, M. Priddy, “Hidden Data and the Historical Record,” DANS, Den Haag, 10 April 2018.
  6. N. Horsley, “Academic Freedom in a Medium Without Free Will: The Future of Historical Research,” Interdisciplinary Symposium, LaSalle College of the Arts, Singapore, 7-8 May 2018.

Poster Presentations

  1. J. Edmond et. al., “KPLEX: Knowledge Complexity”, DARIAH-EU Annual Event 2017, Berlin, Germany, 26-27 April 2017, poster.
  2. J. Edmond, M. Doran, D. Byrne, “KPLEX: Knowedge Complexity”, Science Foundation of Ireland ADAPT Centre Review, Dublin, Ireland, 22 June 2017, poster.


  1. KPLEX project was showcased as an example of European cooperation opportunities at the national event Big Data – Opportunities for Latvia, 27 April 2017.
  2. Dr. Andrejs Vasiļjevs made a short presentation at the Information day on the European Artificial Intelligence-on-demand-platform organized by the European Commission where he emphasized KPLEX findings on disparities in language coverage, Brussels, 5 December 2017.


  1. J. Edmond, “The Problem with Talking About Big Data”, RTÉ Brainstorm, January 2018. Available to read at https://www.rte.ie/eile/brainstorm/2018/0110/932290-the-problem-with-talking-about-big-data/.
  2. J. Edmond, “Geisteswissenschaften und Digitale Technologien sind kein Gegensatz,” Interview with Der Standard Newspaper, February 2018. Available to read at https://derstandard.at/2000073402537/Geisteswissenschaften-und-digitale-Technologien-sind-kein-Gegensatz.
  3. J. Edmond, Interview with Austrian National Broadcaster ÖRF, 25th January 2018. 
  4. FUB press release initiated and published in June 2017 (http://www.fu-berlin.de/presse/publikationen/tsp/2017/tsp-juni-017/artikel/meldungen/index.html, see the section titled “Tücken von Big Data”)


  1. Dr. Andrejs Vasiļjevs participated at the European Parliament Science and Technology Option Assessment (STOA) Workshop Language equality in the digital age, 10 January 2017.
  2. M. Priddy, “Hidden data and the historical record. Knowledge Complexity,” Workshop: DARIAH-EU Trust and Understanding: the value of metadata in a digitally joined-up world, 14-15 May 2018.
  3. M. Priddy, “Hidden by Not Sharing/Hidden by Sharing.” Workshop: EHRI Trusted Digital Repository Workshop, 26 May 2018.