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Module by: Frederick Moody. E-mail the authorEdited By: Ben Allen

The Shape of Things to Come -- buy from Rice University Press.

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Roger S. Bagnall, Director of the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World at New York University and Co-Director of Integrating Digital Papyrology

Alan R. Burdette, Director of The Archives of Traditional Music and Director of the EVIA Digital Archive Project

Dan Cohen, Associate Professor in the Department of History and Art History at George Mason University, and Director of the Center for History and New Media

Paul N. Courant, University Librarian and Dean of Libraries at the University of Michigan, and the Harold T. Shapiro Collegiate Professor of Public Policy, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Economics, Professor of Information, and Faculty Associate in the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan

Greg Crane, Professor of Classics and Winnick Family Chair of Technology and Entrepreneurship at Tufts University, and Editor-in-Chief of the Perseus Project

Robert Darnton, Carl H. Pforzheimer University Professor and Director of the Harvard University Library

Paolo D’Iorio, Senior research fellow in philosophy at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (France) affiliated to the Maison Française d’Oxford, and General Editor, Nietzsche Source

Jennifer Edmond, Executive Director of The Long Room Hub at Trinity College Dublin

Hans Walter Gabler, Emeritus Professor of English Literature at the University of Munich

Charles J. Henry, President of the Council on Library and Information Resources and Publisher, Rice University Press

Penelope J. Kaiserlian, Director of University of Virginia Press

Michael Keller, University Librarian and Director of Academic Information Resources at Stanford University; Founder/Publisher, HighWire Press, and Publisher, Stanford University Press

Matthew G. Kirschenbaum, Associate Professor of English and Associate Director of the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH) at the University of Maryland

Christine Madsen, Librarian and Researcher at the Oxford Internet Institute and Director of Humanities at the Sobota Foundation

Laura Mandell, Professor of English and Digital Humanities at Miami University of Ohio, Editor of the Poetess Archive, Co-Director of 18thConnect and Associate Director of Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth-Century Electronic Scholarship (NINES)

Michael Moss, Faculty of the Arts Research Professor at the Humanities Advanced Technology and Information Institute, the University of Glasgow

Allison Muri, Assistant Professor of English at the University of Saskatchewan and Director of The Grub Street Project

Greg Nagy, Director of the Center for Hellenic Studies, Harvard University

Stephen Plog, David A. Harrison Professor of Archaeology at the University of Virginia and Principal Investigator of the Chaco Digital Initiative

Timothy B. Powell, Senior Research Scientist at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

Todd Presner, Associate Professor of Germanic Languages, Comparative Literature and Jewish Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles, and Director of Hypercities Project and the Hypermedia Berlin Project

Kenneth M. Price, University Professor and Hillegass Chair of American Literature and Co-director of the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities at the University of Nebraska Lincoln; Co-Director of the Civil War Washington Project and the Walt Whitman Archive

John Rink, Professor of Musical Performance Studies, University of Cambridge, and Project Director of Chopin’s First Editions Online and Online Chopin Variorum Edition

Peter Robinson, Senior Research Fellow and Co-director of the Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing at the University of Birmingham

Geoffrey Rockwell, Professor of Philosophy and Humanities Computing at the University of Alberta and project leader of the Text Analysis Portal for Research (TAPoR)

Susan Schreibman, Director of the Digital Humanities Observatory, Dublin, Ireland, and General Editor of The Thomas MacGreevy Archive and the Versioning Machine.

Raymond G. Siemens, Canada Research Chair in Humanities Computing and Professor of English at the University of Victoria, Visiting Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Computing in the Humanities at King’s College London, and Visiting Research Professor at Sheffield Hallam University

John Unsworth, Dean of the Graduate School of Library and Information Science, Professor of English and of the Library Faculty, and Director of the Illinois Informatics Institute at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

General Participants

Ray Abruzzi, Associate Publisher, Digital Collections, Gale | Cengage Learning

Lorenzo Allori, Technology Director, The Medici Archive Project Judith Altreuter, Director of Print and Electronic Production, Modern Language Association

Brett Bobley, Chief Information Officer and Director, Office of Digital Humanities, National Endowment for the Humanities

Lillian Bridwell-Bowles, Professor of English at Lousiana State University and project consultant for Poe’s Republic of Letters: Remapping Antebellum Print Culture.

James Chandler, Barbara E. and Richard J. Franke Distinguished Service Professor and Director of the Franke Institute for the Humanities, University of Chicago

Jon Christensen, Executive Director, Bill Lane Center for the American West, and Principal Investigator, The Spatial History Project, Stanford University

Helen Cullyer, Associate Program Officer, Scholarly Communications, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

David Germano, Associate Professor of Religious Studies, University of Virginia, and Director, The Tibetan and Himalayan Library

Joseph Gilbert, Head of the Scholars’ Lab, University of Virginia Library

Joshua Greenberg, Director of Digital Strategy and Scholarship, The New York Public Library

Matthew Hargraves, Assistant Curator, Department of Collections Information and Access, Yale Center for British Art

Geoffrey Galt Harpham, President and Director, National Humanities Center

James Hilton, Vice President and Chief Information Officer, University of Virginia

Jennifer Howard, Senior Reporter, Chronicle of Higher Education

J. Gerald Kennedy, William A. Read Professor of English at Louisiana State University and project director of Poe’s Republic of Letters: Remapping Antebellum Print Culture.

W. Joseph King, Executive Director, National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education, and Chairman of the Board, Rice University Press

Ian Lancashire, Professor of English, University of Toronto, and General Editor, Representative Poetry Online and Lexicons of Early Modern English

Caroline Levander, Carlson Professor in the Humanities, Professor of English and Director, Humanities Research Center, Rice University Philip Lewis, Vice President, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

Peter Lukehart, Associate Dean, Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, National Gallery of Art

Worthy Martin, Associate Professor of Computer Science and CoDirector, Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities, University of Virginia

Joseph Meisel, Program Officer for Higher Education in the Research Universities and Humanistic Scholarship program, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

Fred Moody, Editor-in-Chief, Rice University Press

David Nicholls, Director of Book Publications, Modern Language Association

Bethany Nowviskie, Director of Digital Research and Scholarship, University of Virginia Library, Associate Director, Scholarly Communication Institute, Vice President, Association for Computers and the Humanities, and Senior Advisor, NINES

Brad Pasanek, Assistant Professor of English, University of Virginia

Gail Kern Paster, Director, Folger Shakespeare Library

Andrew Prescott, Director of Research, Humanities Advanced Technology and Information Institute, University of Glasgow

Wendy Queen, Manager, Publishing Technologies, The Johns Hopkins University Press

David Radcliffe, Professor of English and Director, Center for Applied Technologies in the Humanities, Virginia Tech University

Abby Smith Rumsey, Director, Scholarly Communication Institute, University of Virginia

Holly Shulman, Editor, Dolley Madison Digital Edition, Founding Director, Documents Compass, and Research Professor, Department of History, University of Virginia

Martha Sites, Associate University Librarian for Production and Technology Services, University of Virginia

Frank Smith, Director of Digital Publishing, Academic and Professional, and Editor, History, Cambridge University Press

Andrew Stauffer, Associate Professor of English, University of Virginia, and Director of NINES

Michael F. Suarez, S. J., University Professor and Professor of English, and Hon. Curator of Special Collections, University of Virginia.

Diane Walker, Deputy University Librarian, University of Virginia Donald J. Waters, Program Officer, Scholarly Communications, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

Dana Wheeles, Project Manager, NINES, and Ph.D. Candidate, University of Virginia

Kathleen M. Williams, Executive Director, National Historical Publications and Records Commission, National Archives and Records Administration

Kate Wittenberg, Project Director, Client and Partnership Development, ITHAKA

Karin Wittenborg, University Librarian, University of Virginia

Harriet Zuckerman, Senior Vice President, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

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