Dr Pedro Nilsson-Fernàndez is a digital humanist looking at literary spaces in the context of Iberian minoritised languages and cultures, particularly through the use of text-mining and GIS to map post-war Catalan literary and cultural heritage. He is also interested in computer-assisted text analysis and the use of digital technologies to enhance learning and teaching.
He currently holds a full time teaching position at the Department of Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies, University College Cork, where he also collaborates with the Department of Digital Humanities. His PhD thesis is available to read here: Mapping the Works of Manuel de Pedrolo in Relation to the Post-civil War Catalan landscape (2019).
He presides the Associació d’Humanitats Digitals Catalanes, a private non-profit organization created with the aim of promoting digital scholarship and best practices within the field of Catalan Studies.
For more information, visit pedronilsson.org.