Project Teams

This page enumerates the team members for the three Livingstone Online projects funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities plus a pilot project that laid the groundwork for the funded projects.

LEAP: The Livingstone Online Enrichment and Access Project (2013-17)
Livingstone's 1870 Field Diary - A Multispectral Critical Edition (2013-16)
Livingstone's 1871 Field Diary - A Multispectral Critical Edition (2010-13)
Livingstone's Letter from Bambarre - A Multispectral Critical Edition (pilot project, 2010-11)

LEAP: The Livingstone Online Enrichment and Access Project (2013-17)    Top

Alphabetical Adventures of Livingstone in Africa for Boys and Girls, detail, 1941 (The Livingstone Press, London), by S.E. Iredale. Copyright National Library of Scotland. Creative Commons Share-alike 2.5 UK: Scotland (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.5/scotland/).
Alphabetical Adventures of Livingstone in Africa for Boys and Girls, detail (The Livingstone Press, London), 1941, by S.E. Iredale. Copyright National Library of Scotland. Creative Commons Share-alike 2.5 UK: Scotland

Leadership

Adrian S. Wisnicki (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) - Director, Lead Project Scholar, Critical Encoding/Editing Specialist, and Lead Data Manager

Megan Ward (Oregon State University) - Co-Director, Project Scholar, and Critical Encoding/Editing Lead

Michael B. Toth (R.B. Toth Associates) - Program Manager

Heather F. Ball (Morgan Library & Museum) - Project Scholar, Critical Encoding/Editing Co-Lead, and Development Manager

Scholarship

Christopher Lawrence (University College London) - Senior Project Scholar

Anne Martin (David Livingstone Centre) - Associate Researcher, Critical Encoding/Editing Specialist, and DLC Contact

Kate Simpson (Edinburgh Napier University) - Project Scholar and Critical Encoding/Editing Specialist

Jared McDonald (Free State University) - Project Scholar and Critical Encoding/Editing Specialist

Angela Aliff (Indiana University of Pennsylvania) - Research Assistant, Critical Encoding/Editing Specialist, and Aesthetic Designer

Ashanka Kumari (University of Louisville) - Research Assistant, Critical Encoding/Editing Specialist, and Publicity Lead

Erin Cheatham (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) - Research Assistant and Critical Encoding/Editing Specialist

Samantha Fitch (Indiana University of Pennsylvania) - Research Assistant and Critical Encoding/Editing Specialist

Alexander Munson (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) - Research Assistant and Critical Encoding/Editing Specialist

Mary Borgo (Indiana University) - Research Assistant and Critical Encoding/Editing Specialist

Data Design and Management

James Cummings (University of Oxford) - TEI Specialist

Frank Smutniak (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) - Data Manager

Brian Pytlik Zillig (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) - Digital Librarian and UNL CDRH Co-Lead

Karin Dalziel (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) - Digital Designer and UNL CDRH Co-Lead

Website Development

Nigel Banks (Independent)  - Project Programmer

Kathy Chavez (KappaLuppa Inc.) - Project Programmer

Liza Coburn (Independent) - Transition Lead and Information Architect

Stephen Davison (UCLA Digital Library Program) - Digital Librarian and UCLA Co-Lead

Lisa McAulay (UCLA Digital Library Program) - Digital Librarian and UCLA Co-Lead

Parinita Ghorpade (UCLA Digital Library Program) - Project Programmer

Kevin Clarke (UCLA Digital Library Program) - Project Programmer

Kristian Allan (UCLA Digital Library Program) - Project Programmer

Claudia Horning (UCLA Digital Library Program) - Metadata Specialist

Institutional Contacts

Karen Carruthers (David Livingstone Centre)

David McClay (National Library of Scotland)

Alison Metcalfe (National Library of Scotland)

Trevor Muñoz (University of Maryland)

Alison Ritchie (David Livingstone Centre)

Honorary Members

Yaw Asamoah (Indiana University of Pennsylvania)

Brad Cain (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)

Jamie Dunn (University of Glasgow)

Doug Emery (University of Pennsylvania)

India Fullarton (University of Glasgow)

Dorothy Helly (City University of New York)

Joanne Ichimura (SOAS, University of London)

Dane Kennedy (George Washington University)

Suzanne Lamb (National Trust for Scotland)

Stephen McCann (University of Glasgow)

Keith Nickum (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)

Jamie Owen (Royal Geographical Society)

Katherine Walter (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)

Jeanne Wicks (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)

Advisory Board

Ben Albritton (Stanford University)

Bill Christens-Barry (Equipoise Imaging LLC)

Lawrence Dritsas (University of Edinburgh)

Fenella France (Library of Congress)

Debbie Harrison (Cass Business School)

Alison Marsh (University of South Carolina)

William Noel (University of Pennsylvania)

Dot Porter (University of Pennsylvania)

Steve Van Tuyl (Oregon State University)

 

Livingstone's 1870 Field Diary - A Multispectral Critical Edition (2013-16)    Top

A processed spectral image of a page from David Livingstone's 1870 Field Diary. Copyright National Library of Scotland and Neil Imray Livingstone Wilson. Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/).
A processed spectral image of a page from David Livingstone's 1870 Field Diary. Copyright National Library of Scotland and Neil Imray Livingstone Wilson. Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported

To see the members of the project team for the multispectral edition of Livingstone's 1870 Field Diary and select 1870-71 manuscripts, please visit the dedicated page.

 

Livingstone's 1871 Field Diary - A Multispectral Critical Edition (2010-13)    Top

The Last Journals of David Livingstone, Large Map, detail, 1874. Copyright National Library of Scotland. Creative Commons Share-alike 2.5 UK: Scotland(https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.5/scotland/).
The Last Journals of David Livingstone, Large Map, detail, 1874. Livingstone wrote the 1871 Field Diary in Nyangwe, which lies at the center of the image here. Copyright National Library of Scotland. Creative Commons Share-alike 2.5 UK: Scotland

To see the members of the project team for the multispectral edition of Livingstone's 1870 Field Diary and select 1870-71 manuscripts, please visit the dedicated page.

 

Livingstone's Letter from Bambarre - A Multispectral Critical Edition (2010-11)    Top

A processed spectral image of a page from Livingstone's Letter from Bambarre. Copyright Peter Beard Studio. Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/).
A processed spectral image of a page from Livingstone's Letter from Bambarre. Copyright Peter Beard Studio. Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported

To see the members of the project team for the multispectral edition of Livingstone's Letter from Bambarre, please visit the dedicated page.

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