• Dr. Paul Caton

    Senior Research Software Analyst

    Paul Caton took up his first digital humanities post - as Electronic Publications Editor at the Women Writers Project - whilst completing his Ph.D in English Literature at Brown University. He also worked as a project analyst for Brown's Scholarly Technology Group. After leaving Brown he spent two years as a Marie Curie postdoctoral fellow with the TEXTE Project at the National University of Ireland, Galway. In the autumn of 2009 he went to the University of Victoria in British Columbia to take up another postdoctoral position, with the INKE Project. He joined King's Department of Digital Humanities as a Research Associate in 2010 and then with other members of the production team helped form King's Digital Lab in 2015.


    Dr. Caton's research centres on the representation of text by formal models and by markup languages. Related areas that also interest him include ontologies of personal relations and models of transcription.