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Teaching data science and cloud computing in low and middle income countries (2015)
Journal Article
Shanahan, H., Harrison, A., & May, S. (2015). Teaching data science and cloud computing in low and middle income countries. doi:10.4172/2379-1764.1000150. ISSN 2379-1764

Large, publicly available data sets present a challenge and an opportunity for researchers based in Low and Middle Income Countries (LMIC). The challenge for these researchers is how they can make use of such data sets given their poor connectivity a... Read More

Urban spaces, fragmented consciousness, and indecipherable meaning in Mrs Dalloway (2014)
Book
Harrison, A. (2014). Urban spaces, fragmented consciousness, and indecipherable meaning in Mrs Dalloway. In N. Allen, & D. Simmons (Eds.), Reassessing the twentieth-century canon: from Joseph Conrad to Zadie SmithPalgrave Macmillan

This essay discusses the importance of urban spaces in Virginia Woolf's Mrs Dalloway, linking them to central themes in the novel (including the fragmented consciousness of the characters, and withheld - or only partially understood - meaning).