These are the projects I’m working on right now. If you are interested in getting involved in these, or in any collaboration, please get in touch–I’d be happy to hear from you!
- Right now, I’m working on a new book project revolving around the idea of Convergence/Participatory Culture and medievalism. I’m hoping to turn that into a short monograph which continues the ideas left over from my 2017 book, Medievalism, Politics and the Mass Media, and some of the thinking and reading I’ve done since then. Early ideas–which have benefitted from feedback by a host of excellent scholars too numerous to mention–appeared in several of the conference papers of 2017. I’ve uploaded some of them to various sites. Have a look at my Publications and Conference Papers pages if you’re interested.
- I’m also working on a research project called Crowd-Curating History which seeks to democratise history through museums and historical sites using new technologies. I’m working alongside my colleagues in Computer Science, who can do the most amazing things with computers (and people). You can find out more here, or read about it in the Lincolnshire Echo.