Huon d'Auvergne Project Team

Project Directors

Mackenzie Brooks, Associate Professor, Digital Humanities Librarian, Washington and Lee University.
Lead investigator for TEI mark-up structure, data management, and user interface and database development.

Stephen P. McCormick, Associate Professor of French and Italian, Washington and Lee University.
Lead investigator for Padua and the Barbieri fragment editions, TEI development.

Leslie Zarker Morgan, Professor Emerita of Italian and French, Loyola University Maryland.
Lead investigator for Berlin and Turin editions, general lead for project development and management, TEI development.

Shira Schwam-Baird, Professor Emerita of French, University of North Florida.
Lead investigator for Berlin translation, Old French philology, literary and historical commentary and annotation.

Collaborating Scholars

Philip E. Bennett, Professor Emerita and Honorary Fellow, University of Edinburgh.
Old French philology, historical and literary context, and commentary and annotation of editions.

Alan Bernstein, Professor Emeritus, University of Arizona.
History and literary representations of Hell, commentary and annotation of editions.

Jean-Claude Vallecalle, Professor Emeritus, Université Lumière Lyon 2.
Old French philology, historical and literary context, and commentary and annotation of editions.

Michela G. Scattolini, Independent researcher, Genoa, Italy.
Old French and Italian philology, development of Turin, Padua, and Barbieri editions, and commentary and annotation of editions.

Digital Humanities Consultants

Raffaele Viglianti, Research Programmer, Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities.
Initial TEI and programming development for Version 1.0, development and implementation of TEI framework and CETEIcean in Jekyll for Version 2.0.

Jeffrey Witt, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Loyola University Maryland.
Initial TEI and programming development for Version 1.0, development and implementation of TEI framework and the International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) protocol.

Brandon Walsh, Head of Student Programs, Scholars' Lab, University of Virginia.
Development and deployment of Version 1.0 in Ruby on Rails.

Current Research Associates

Alexander Ali Reza Khaledan, Computer Science, Loyola University Maryland, Class of 2021.
Version 3.0, including transition to React.js, adding user account interface with annotation and comment tools, and SQL database support (Jan. - May, 2021).

Hussiny El-Hussiny, Computer Science, Washington & Lee University, Class of 2024.
Programming for Version 3.0, including text analysis tools and data visualization using using Python and the Natural Language Toolkit (NLTK), experimentation with neural networks (Summer 2021).

Jordan Hettleman, Computer Science, Loyola University Maryland, Class of 2021.
Version 3.0, including transition to React.js, adding user account interface with annotation and comment tools, and SQL database support (Jan. - May, 2021).

Jack Mitchell, Italian and History, Washington & Lee University, Class of 2023.
Programming for Version 3.0, including text analysis tools and data visualization using using Python, user interface development (Summer 2021).

Yoseph Tamene, Computer Science and Digital Culture and Information, Washington & Lee University, Class of 2022.
Development and deployment of search function using Lunr JavaScript library, custom JavaScript development for edition version comparison, and development of Version 3.0 and transition to React.js (Nov. 2020 - April 21).

HDA Alumni

Megan Doherty, French, Washington & Lee University, 2019.
Jekyll framework, TEI markup and IIIF implementation for Version 2.0 (Jan. 2018 - April 2019).

Dashiell Dericks, TEI development and markup, Washington & Lee University, 2018.
TEI development and markup for Version 1.0 (Sept. 2015 - April 2016).

Abdurrafey Khan, TEI markup and user interface development, Washington & Lee University, 2017.
Jekyll framework, TEI markup and user interface development for Version 2.0 (June 2016 - May 2017).

Collaborating Institutions

Biblioteca Comunale dell'Archiginnasio (Bologna, Italy)

Biblioteca Marucelliana (Florence, Italy)

Biblioteca Nazionale di Torino (Turin, Italy)

Biblioteca Antica del Seminario Vescovile di Padova (Padua, Italy