TCF Inaugural Advisory Board Members:
- Caterina Agostini, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Navari Center for Digital Scholarship, University of Notre Dame
- Sean Gilsdorf, Lecturer on Medieval Studies & Administrative Director of the Committee on Medieval Studies, Harvard University
- Elizabeth Hebbard, Assistant Professor, French and Italian, Indiana University Bloomington
- Stephanie J. Lahey, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Toronto
- N. Kıvılcım Yavuz, Lecturer in Medieval Studies and Digital Humanities, University of Leeds
Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Navari Center for Digital Scholarship,
the Reilly Center for Science, Technology and Values, and the Lucy Institute for Data &
Society, University of Notre Dame.
Benjamin Albritton is the Rare Books Curator and Bibliographer for Classics at Stanford University Libraries. In his work he focuses on enhancing, enlarging, and celebrating the Rare Books and Early Manuscripts collections of the Stanford University Libraries. He works with curatorial colleagues across many different departments in the library to provide support to Stanford faculty and academic programs using Special Collections materials, and to raise awareness of the university’s collections amongst research communities around the world.
Laura K. Morreale is an Independent Scholar and Cultural Historian of the thirteenth- and fourteenth-century Italian peninsula, with particular interest in medieval French-language writings outside of the kingdom of France. She is the creator or project lead on several digital projects including the Oxford Outremer Map, Exploring Place in the French of Italy, and the Digital Documentation Process. Dr. Morreale is co-creator and co-editor of Middle Ages for Educators, a Princeton-based online resource for medievalists as they integrate digital approaches into their pedagogical practice.