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Dr Lise Jaillant

UK Principal Investigator for AEOLIAN

Loughborough University

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Lise Jaillant is Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in English and Digital Humanities at Loughborough University. She has a background in publishing history and digital humanities, and her expertise is on issues of Open Access and privacy with a focus on archives of digital information. She was the first researcher to access the emails of the writer Ian McEwan at the Harry Ransom Center in Texas. Her work has been recognised by a British Academy Rising Star award. She was the Principal Investigator for the AHRC Leadership Fellowship project, “Survival of the Weakest.” In addition to AEOLIAN, she is currently leading… [Read more]

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Glen Worthey

US Director for AEOLIAN

University of Illinois

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Glen Worthey is Associate Director for Research Support Services in the HathiTrust Research Center, based in the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign School of Information Sciences.  Formerly, he was Digital Humanities Librarian at Stanford, 1997-2019, and was founding head of Stanford’s Center for Interdisciplinary Digital Research (CIDR).  He’s held many roles in the international digital humanities community, and is currently Chair-Elect of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) Executive Board.  His graduate work was in Russian children’s literature at the University of California, Berkeley. [Read more]

Contact

Email: gworthey@illinois.edu

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Prof. Claire Warwick

UK Co-Investigator for AEOLIAN

Durham University

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Claire Warwick is a Professor of Digital Humanities in the Department of English at Durham University, where she was Pro-Vice-Chancellor: Research from 2014-2019. Her research is concerned with the use of digital resources in the humanities and cultural heritage; in digital reading; how physical and digital information spaces are used; and on the history of cyberspace. She was the founding Director of the UCL Centre for Digital Humanities and Head of UCL Department of Information Studies. Her PhD, from Cambridge, was in English Literature and she began her career in digital humanities with a postdoctoral position at Oxford University’s Humanities… [Read more]

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Prof. J. Stephen Downie

US Key Personnel for AEOLIAN

University of Illinois

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J. Stephen Downie is the Associate Dean for Research and a Professor at the School of Information Sciences at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Dr. Downie is the Illinois Co-Director of the HathiTrust Research Center (HTRC). Downie is the leader of the Hathitrust + Bookworm (HT+BW) text analysis project that is creating tools to visualize the evolution of term usage over time. Professor Downie represented the HTRC on the NOVEL(TM) text mining project and the Single Interface for Music Score Searching and Analysis (SIMSSA) project, both funded by the SSHRC Partnership Grant programme. Professor Downie is a Co-PI on the Mellon-funded  Scholar-Curated Worksets for… [Read more]

Contact

Email: jdownie@illinois.edu

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Dr Paul Gooding

UK Co-Investigator for AEOLIAN

Glasgow University

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Dr Paul Gooding is a Senior Lecturer in Information Studies at the University of Glasgow. His research explores how perspectives from data science and the digital humanities can be applied to studying users of digital library and archival collections. He is the author of Historic Newspapers in the Digital Age: "Search All About It!", and co-editor of Electronic Legal Deposit: Shaping the Library Collections of the Future. Paul has led projects including Digital Library Futures, which investigates the impact of non-print legal deposit in the United Kingdom, and the Network to Investigate the Development of a Global Dataset of Digitised Texts. [Read more]

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Dr Annalina Caputo

International Co-Investigator

Dublin City University

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Annalina Caputo is Assistant Professor in the School of Computing at Dublin City University. Her research is in the areas of Natural Language Processing, Information Access and Retrieval, and Machine Learning. She is an SFI funded investigator in the ADAPT Centre and in I-Form, the SFI Research Centre for Advanced Manufacturing. She is also the Academic Lead for MSc in Artificial Intelligence for ICT Skillnet. [Read more]

Contact

Email: annalina.caputo@dcu.ie

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Ryan Dubnicek

Digital Humanities Specialist

University of Illinois

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Ryan Dubnicek is a Digital Humanities Specialist with HTRC, based out of University of Illinois. Dubnicek has a BA in English literature and an MS in Library and Information Science, both from University of Illinois. He contributes to research and development, general user and research support, outreach and education efforts, and HTRC’s Advanced Collaborative Support program.   [Read more]

Contact

Email: rdubnic2@illinois.edu

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Dr Katherine Aske

Research Assistant for AEOLIAN

Loughborough University

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Dr Katherine Aske is a scholar of eighteenth-century literature and the digital humanities. After completing her PhD at Loughborough University in 2015, Aske undertook a Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at Université de Bretagne Occidentale in 2016, working on the digital humanities project ‘DIGITENS: Digital Encyclopaedia of European Sociability’. She has since worked on several research projects with Northumbria University, including the current AHRC-funded Sterne Digital Library. [Read more]

Contact

Email: k.l.aske@lboro.ac.uk