paper Moving EMLoT towards the web of data: an approach to the representation of humanities citations based on role theory and formal ontology
New Technologies in Medieval and Renaissance Studies, (forthcoming). (part of the 'Envisioning REED in the Digital Age' collection)
paper Citations and Annotations in Classics: Old Problems and New Perspectives
Collaborative Annotation in Shared Environments: Metadata, vocabularies and techniques in the Digital Humanities (workshop co-located with ACM DocEng 2013 Conference), Florence, Sep 2013.
paper An Ontological View of Canonical Citations
Digital Humanities 2011 , Stanford, USA, Jun 2011.
paper Ontological Requirements for Annotation and Navigation of Philosophical Resources
Synthese, Volume 182, Number 2, Springer, Jan 2011.
paper Review of Interontology conference 2010
Humana Mente, Journal of Philosophical Studies, 13, May 2010. Issue 13
paper PhiloSURFical: An Ontological Approach To Support Philosophy Learning
Semantic Web Technologies for e-Learning, Oct 2009. D. Dicheva, R. Mizoguchi, J. Greer (Eds.), vol. 4 The Future of Learning, IOS Press
paper Ontological Requirement for Supporting Smart Navigation of Philosophical Resources
PhD Thesis, Milton Keynes, UK, The Open University, Jul 2009.
paper Supporting Philosophers’ Work through the Semantic Web: Ontological Issues
Fifth International Workshop on Ontologies and Semantic Web for E-Learning (SWEL-07), held in conjunction with AIED-07, Marina Del Rey, California, USA, Jul 2007.