EMDA 2013 Participants

The Folger Institute welcomed a diverse group of twenty participants representing all academic ranks to the first Early Modern Digital Agendas institute in July 2013.

David Ainsworth, Associate Professor of English – University of Alabama

Robin Davis, Emerging Technologies and Distance Services Librarian, John Jay College of Criminal Justice,The City University of New York

Douglas E. Duhaime, PhD Student – English, University of Notre Dame

Jacob J. Halford, PhD Candidate – History, University of Warwick

Matthew P. Harrison, PhD Candidate – English, Princeton University

Jacob A. Heil, Mellon Digital Scholar for the Five Colleges of Ohio (formerly Postdoctoral Research Associate – IDHMC, Texas A&M University)

Brett D. Hirsch, ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award Fellow – English, University of Western Australia

Nicholas Hoffmann, PhD Candidate – English, University at Buffalo

Jonathan P. Lamb, Assistant Professor – English, University of Kansas

Joseph F. Loewenstein, Professor – English, Washington University

Ellen MacKay, Associate Professor – English, Indiana University

Lynne Magnusson, Professor – English, University of Toronto

Kim McLean-Fiander, Postdoctoral Research Fellow – English, University of Victoria

Daniel Powell, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow (DiXiT ITN), King's College London, and PhD Candidate – English, University of Victoria

Daniel A. Shore, Assistant Professor – English, Georgetown University

Scott Trudell, Assistant Professor – English, University of Maryland

Christopher N. Warren, Assistant Professor – English, Carnegie Mellon University

Jacqueline D. Wernimont, Assistant Professor – English, Scripps College

Patrick Williams, Associate Librarian – Subject Specialist for English, Syracuse University

Mary Erica Zimmer, PhD Candidate – The Editorial Institute, Boston University