Authors

Titles and affiliations are accurate from the time an author’s article was published.

Samantha BlickhanORCID

Humanities Lead and Co-Director of the Zooniverse Team, The Adler Planetarium, Chicago IL

Issue 2: Scribes, December 2021

“Strangers in the Landscape”: On Research Development and Making Things for Making
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Nick BudakORCID

Digital Humanities Developer, Center for Digital Humanities at Princeton

Issue 1: Transformations, October 2020

Data Beyond Vision
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Jim Casey

Assistant Professor of African American Studies, History, and English, The Pennsylvania State University

Issue 2: Scribes, December 2021

Creating and Recreating Virtual Community on Douglass Day
EN

Gimena del Rio RiandeORCID

Investigadora Asociada del Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas [Associate Researcher at the National Scientific and Technical Research Council], CONICET, Argentina

Issue 3: Parrots, August 2022

On Spanish-Speaking Parrots
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Gissoo DoroudianORCID

User Experience Designer, Center for Digital Humanities at Princeton

Issue 1: Transformations, October 2020

Data Beyond Vision
EN

Issue 1: Transformations, October 2020

Weave Derrida's References
EN

Issue 1: Transformations, October 2020

Weaving as Interface
EN

Matthew Dudley

PhD Candidate, Yale University, Department of History

Issue 2: Scribes, December 2021

Serendipity in the Cairo Geniza
EN

Natalia Ermolaev

Associate Director, Center for Digital Humanities at Princeton

Issue 3: Parrots, August 2022

Editorial Introduction
EN ES
Spanish translation by David Rivera

Emily EstenORCID

Arnold and Deanne Kaplan Collection of Early American Judaica Curator of Digital Humanities, University of Pennsylvania Libraries

Issue 2: Scribes, December 2021

Editorial Introduction
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Will Granger

Web Developer, Zooniverse, The Adler Planetarium, Chicago IL

Issue 2: Scribes, December 2021

“Strangers in the Landscape”: On Research Development and Making Things for Making
EN

Mason A. JonesORCID

PhD Candidate, University of Maryland, College Park, iSchool

Issue 2: Scribes, December 2021

Data's Destinations: Three Case Studies in Crowdsourced Transcription Data Management and Dissemination
EN

Lauren KleinORCID

Winship Distinguished Research Professor and Associate Professor, Emory University

Issue 3: Parrots, August 2022

Are Large Language Models Our Limit Case?
EN

Rebecca Sutton KoeserORCID

Lead Developer, Center for Digital Humanities at Princeton

Issue 1: Transformations, October 2020

Data Beyond Vision
EN

Issue 1: Transformations, October 2020

Print a Model of the Shakespeare and Company Lending Library Membership
EN

Issue 1: Transformations, October 2020

Stack Shakespeare and Company Membership Activities
EN

Issue 1: Transformations, October 2020

Weaving as Interface
EN

Xinyi LiORCID

Assistant Professor, Undergraduate Communications Design, Pratt Institute

Issue 1: Transformations, October 2020

Data Beyond Vision
EN

Issue 1: Transformations, October 2020

Stack Shakespeare and Company Membership Activities
EN

Rebecca MunsonORCID

Assistant Director for Interdisciplinary Education, Center for Digital Humanities at Princeton

Issue 1: Transformations, October 2020

Their Data, Ourselves: Illness as Information
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Courtney Murray

PhD Candidate, The Pennsylvania State University

Issue 2: Scribes, December 2021

Creating and Recreating Virtual Community on Douglass Day
EN

Shaun A. Noordin

Web Developer, Zooniverse, The Adler Planetarium, Chicago IL

Issue 2: Scribes, December 2021

“Strangers in the Landscape”: On Research Development and Making Things for Making
EN

Steffy Reader

Retired Psychotherapist

Issue 2: Scribes, December 2021

Serendipity in the Cairo Geniza
EN

Justin Smith

PhD Candidate, The Pennsylvania State University

Issue 2: Scribes, December 2021

Creating and Recreating Virtual Community on Douglass Day
EN

Toma TasovacORCID

Director, DARIAH

Issue 3: Parrots, August 2022

Editorial Introduction
EN ES
Spanish translation by David Rivera

Ted UnderwoodORCID

Professor and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, School of Information Sciences

Issue 3: Parrots, August 2022

Mapping the Latent Spaces of Culture
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Victoria Anne Van HyningORCID

Assistant Professor of Library Innovation, University of Maryland, College of Information Studies

Issue 2: Scribes, December 2021

Data's Destinations: Three Case Studies in Crowdsourced Transcription Data Management and Dissemination
EN

Grant WythoffORCID

Digital Humanities Strategist, Center for Digital Humanities at Princeton

Issue 1: Transformations, October 2020

Editorial Introduction
EN