Brent Nelson, 2016. "Curating Object-Oriented Collections Using the TEI," Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative. Issue 6. Online since 28 August 2017, connection on 28 December 2017. URL: http://journals.openedition.org/jtei/1680; DOI: 10.4000/jtei.1680
Brent Nelson, 2015. "The Museum as Knowledge Environment." Scholarly and Research Communication 6.3. 1-15. http://src-online.ca/index.php/src/article/viewFile/225/438
Brent Nelson, 2014. "From Index to Interoperability: The Desideratum of Authority Files in Large-Scale Digital Projects" Scholarly and Research Communication 5.4. 1-13. http://src-online.ca/index.php/src/article/viewFile/192/384
Brent Nelson, 2014. "Investigative Tagging: Modelling the Early Modern Cabinet of Curiosities." Digital Studies / Le champ numérique 4. http://www.digitalstudies.org/ojs/index.php/digital_studies/article/view/257/318
Brent Nelson and Melissa Terras, eds and intro, 2012. Digitizing Medieval and Early Modern Material Culture. New Technologies in Renaissance Studies. Toronto: Iter; Tempe, AZ: Arizona Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. http://www.itergateway.org.cyber.usask.ca/forthntmrsIII
Brent Nelson, 2008. "Sir Thomas Browne, Edward Brown, and the Culture of Curiosity." In The World Proposed: Essays on Sir Thomas Browne. Eds. Reid Barbour and Claire Preston. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 80-99.
Brent Nelson, 2013. "Wanted on This Voyage: How to Build a Digital Ark, or Experiments in Ark-iving." University of Victoria. Hosted by the Electronic Textual Cultures Lab, 30 Jan.
Brent Nelson, 2010. Conference keynote address, "Marginal Belief: Space and Taxonomy in the Age of Curiosity." A Measure of Place: Space in Text and Context. 5-7 February, McGill University, Montreal, PQ.
Brent Nelson, 2004. "The Tempest: Shakespeare's Collection of Curiosities." 2 April, Department of English, University of Regina.
Brent Nelson, 2016. “The Rationale for the Study of Early Modern Social Networks.” Société Canadienne d’Études de la Renaissance/Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies, Congress/Congrès, University of Calgary, May 28-30 2016.
Brent Nelson, 2016. Roundtable participant, “Digital Networks and Communities--Current Issues and Responses.” Société Canadienne d’Études de la Renaissance/Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies, Congress/Congrès, University of Calgary, May 28-30 2016.
Brent Nelson, 2016. “Dining with Donne: The Growing Menu of the John Donne Society’s Digital Prose, A Report.” Conference of the John Donne Society, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, 18-20 February 2016.
Brent Nelson, 2014. “Curating Collections of Curiosities Using the TEI.” Text Encoding Initiative Conference and Members Meeting 2014. Northwestern University, Chicago, 22-24 October 2014.
Brent Nelson and Jade McDougall, 2014. “Curating Collections of Curiosities Using the TEI.” Text Encoding Initiative Conference and Members Meeting 2014. Northwestern University, Chicago, 22-24 October 2014.
Brent Nelson, 2014. “The Museum as Knowledge Environment.” Research Foundations for Understanding Books and Reading in the Digital Age: Emerging Reading, Writing, and Research Practices. 8 December 2014. Metcalfe Auditorium, State Library of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.
Brent Nelson, 2015. “The Public Humanities: Fostering Partnerships Between Academics and Cultural Heritage Stakeholders.” Paper Session: Sustaining Partnerships to Transform Scholarly Production: An INKE-hosted Partner Gathering. 27 January. Nita Lake Lodge, Whistler, BC, Canada.
Brent Nelson, 2015. “The Early Modern Collection of Curiosities as Model for Multi-Layered Interfaces.” Canadian Society For Digital Humanities / Société Canadienne Des Humanités Numériques, 1-3 June, University of Ottawa.
Robert Imes, 2014. "Hakluyt and Cope, Hakluyt and Thevet: Networks of Concerted Curiosity." Renaissance Society of America Convention, New York, 25-28 March.
Brent Nelson, 2014. "The Cabinet of Curiosities and the Sixteenth-Century Origins of an Early Modern Social Network." Renaissance Society of America Convention, New York, 25-28 March.
Brent Nelson, 2014. "From Index to Interoperability: The Desideratum of Authority Files in Large-scale Editing" at Building Partnerships to Transform Scholarly Publishing, 5-6 February. Whistler, BC, Canada.
Brent Nelson, 2013. "Investigative Tagging: Exploring Ontologies in Early Modern Cabinets of Curiosities "Canadian Society for Digital Humanities / Société canadienne des humanités numériques, Congress 2013, University of Victoria, 3-5 June.
Les cabinets de curiosités, miroirs de l'Europe. Université de Poitierss, 21-22 June 2012. http://emf.fr/7640/les-cabinets-de-curiosites-miroirs-de-leurope/
Brent Nelson, 2012. "The Social Life of Things in the Early Modern Cabinet of Curiosities."
Les cabinets de curiosités, miroirs de l'Europe. Poitiers, 21-22 June.
Brent Nelson, 2012. "Collections of Curiosities and Social Networking in the Seventeenth Century." Situating Early Modern Science Networks, University of Saskatchewan, 13-14 April.
Brent Nelson, 2010. "The Digital Ark: From Taxonomy to Ontology in 17th-century Collections of Curiosities." Digital Humanities 2010, 7-10 July, King’s College London.
Brent Nelson, 2010. "The Virtual Ark’: social networks and circulating objects in the culture of curiosity." Circulating Ideas in Seventeenth-Century Europe: Networks, Knowledge, and Forms, 8-10 July, The Royal Society of London.
Brent Nelson, 2009. "The Digital Ark: Rediscovering the Early Modern Database." The Fifty-Fifth Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America, 19-21 March 2009, Los Angeles, CA.
Brent Nelson, 2008. "The Early Modern Database." Annual Conference of the Society for Digital Humanities / Société pour l'étude des médias interactifs, June 2-3, University of British Columbia. Abstract
Brent Nelson, 2005. "Sir Thomas and Edward Browne: Collectors." Four Centuries of Sir Thomas Browne 1605-2005, October 26-28, University of Leiden, Netherlands.
Brent Nelson, 2002. "Shakespeare’s Cabinet of Curiosities." The Mysterious and the Foreign in Early Modern England, ON, October 4 and 5, McMaster University, Hamilton.
Brent Nelson, 1995. "Hydriotaphia and ‘Musæum Clausum’: Sir Thomas Browne and the 17th-Century Vogue for Curiosities." English Renaissance Prose Conference, November, West Lafayette, Indiana