I will give a paper called "King Lear today: The latest computational methods throw light on the text" at the conference 'Shakespeare Studies Today: The ninth biennial meeting of the British Shakespeare Association at Queen's University Belfast on 14-17 June 2018.
With my colleague Paul Brown I will give a paper called "'N-gram matching as a test for authorship, genre, and date-of-composition of London's early modern plays" at the conference 'Bridging Gaps, Creating Links: The Qualitative-Quantitative Interface in the Study of Literature' at the University of Padua on 7-9 June 2018.
I will give a paper called "Scholarly Method, Truth, and Evidence in Shakespearian Textual Studies'" at the International Shakespeare Confererence at the Shakespeare Institute, Stratford-upon-Avon, 23-27 July 2018.
I will give a paper on "The born-XML Shakespeare edition: The view from the New Oxford Shakespeare and the New Variorum Shakespeare" in the Renaissance English Texts Society (RETS) panel on 'Digital Editing' at the Renaissance Society of America annual conference at the Sheraton Centre Hotel Toronto, 17-19 March 2019.
I will give a paper called "What's at stake when we accept or reject quantitative studies about Shakespeare?" in the panel 'From Theory to Data and Back' at the 47th annual meeting of the Shakespeare Association of America meeting in Washington DC on 17-20 April 2019.