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Published onMar 14, 2024
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Lynne Siemens is an Associate Professor in the School of Public Administration at the University of Victoria. Her research is varied and crosses disciplinary lines with a focus on knowledge transfer and mobilization at individual, organizational, and community levels. She is a co-facilitator of the Implementing New Knowledge Environments Partnership’s (Open Social Scholarship) Policy cluster. 

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Ashley Champagne is the Director of the Center for Digital Scholarship at Brown University Library and a Lecturer in Humanities for the Cogut Institute at Brown University. She has helped to develop and manage over thirty interdisciplinary digital scholarship projects that use a wide range of technologies. Dr. Champagne is the Principal Investigator of the “New Frameworks to Preserve and Publish Born-Digital Art,” a project funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, and the co-Research Director on the “Stolen Relations: Recovering Stories of Indigenous Enslavement in the Americas” project, which is funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. She is an expert in text analysis and digital humanities methodologies more broadly. Dr. Champagne earned her PhD at the University of California, Santa Barbara in English in 2018.

Fabian Cremer (https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8251-9727; [email protected]) studied Art History and Art Education in Frankfurt and Vienna. Since 2011 he has been advising researchers and developing supporting methods for digital Research—in international and interdisciplinary settings at the Goethe-University Frankfurt, the Göttingen State and University Library, the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, and the Max Weber Foundation—German Humanities Institutes Abroad. Since 2019, he has been part of the “Digital Historical Research | DH Lab” and is in charge of research data management at the Leibniz-Institute of European History (Mainz, Germany).

Swantje Dogunke (https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5293-7044; [email protected]) studied museology and library and information science in Leipzig and Berlin and built digital infrastructure for researchers at libraries, archives, and museums at the Marbach Weimar Wolfenbüttel Research Association. She taught information technology for cultural heritage at the Leipzig University of Applied Sciences. Since 2021 she has been a subject librarian for history at the Thuringian State and University Library and co-ordinates DH projects at the library.

Lisa Hermsen ([email protected]) is the Caroline Werner Gannett Professor of Humanities and a Professor of English at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Dr. Hermsen specializes in the rhetoric of science, technology, and medicine. She has recently served as PI on a NEH Humanities Connections Grant to study “community” from a host of perspectives: geographical, historical, environmental, and socioeconomic. Students contributed to a digital archive emphasizing the tailoring industry in nineteenth-century Rochester, NY. Her ongoing research is with a collection of manuscripts from the workshop of a nineteenth-century English printer and stationery binder, housed in RIT’s Cary Graphic Arts Collection.

Anna Maria Neubert ([email protected]) is a science manager and a PhD student in digital history at Bielefeld University, Germany. After completing her studies in musicology, DH, and arts management at the University of Wuerzburg, King’s College London, and the Hamburg University of Music and Theatre, she worked in various DH projects over the last 10 years. Her research interests currently focus on the histories of digital humanities, (inter)national funding policies, and project management of interdisciplinary teams. 

Jamie Rogers is the Assistant Director of Digital Collections at Florida International University (FIU). In this capacity, she is responsible for leading digital production, digital scholarship, data management, and preservation strategies. In addition to supporting university digital initiatives, she has advised and managed projects in collaboration with over thirty municipalities, libraries, archives, museums, and other cultural heritage organizations across south Florida and the Caribbean.

Lynne Siemens is an Associate Professor in the School of Public Administration at the University of Victoria. Her research is varied and crosses disciplinary lines with a focus on knowledge transfer and mobilization at individual, organizational, and community levels. She is a co-facilitator of the Implementing New Knowledge Environments Partnership’s (Open Social Scholarship) Policy cluster. 

Rebekah Walker ([email protected]) is the Digital Humanities and Social Sciences Librarian at the Rochester Institute of Technology. In her role, Walker advises RIT’s students, staff, and faculty on methods of digital pedagogy and project implementation. She leads instruction sessions, provides one-on-one consultations, and supports digital project development for the undergraduate digital humanities program, RIT Libraries, and faculty.

Thorsten Wübbena (https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8172-6097; [email protected]) studied art history, history, and cultural studies and worked at the Art Historical Institute of the University Frankfurt and at the Institute of European Art History at the University of Heidelberg. He has worked for five years as Head of Digital Humanities at the German Center for Art History in Paris and since 2019 he has been Head of “Digital Historical Research | DH Lab” at the Leibniz-Institute of European History (Mainz, Germany).

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