Digital Projects Manager and Editor, British History Online
Jonathan joined the IHR in 2007 as Project Editor for British History Online's project to complete the digitisation of the Calendars of State Papers. He subsequently worked on a number of projects, including Connected Histories, Big UK Domain Data for the Arts and Humanities and Dilipad. He was Principal Investigator for the Histore project and Co-Investigator for TOBIAS.
Jonathan teaches on the IHR's MRes programme and will teach on the forthcoming digital module in the School of Advanced Study's MA programmes. He is available for supervision in the School's research degrees in Digital Humanities.
Research and publications
- 'A Culture of non-citation: Assessing the digital impact of British History Online and the Early English Books Online Text Creation Partnership', Digital Humanities Quarterly, 2017.11.1, 2017.
- 'The problem of citation in the digital humanities' In: Clare Mills, Michael Pidd and Esther Ward. Proceedings of the Digital Humanities Congress 2012. Studies in the Digital Humanities. Sheffield: HRI Online Publications, 2014.
- (with Jane Winters) 'The British History Online digital library: a model for sustainability?' (Bulletin of the Belgian Royal Historical Commission)
- (with Beattie et al.) 'Ten Oxford Minidictionaries', in International Journal of Lexicography, 12:3, 239-41 (1999)
- (with McArthur et al.), Laurence Urdang, The Oxford Thesaurus in A-Z Form, in International Journal of Lexicography, 12:3, 257-61 (1999)
- Greengrass & Hughes, eds, The Virtual Representation of the Past in Reviews in History (2009)
Networks and collaboration
- Technical reviewer for the Arts and Humanities Research Council.