Members

Dr. Jason Boyd, Senior Research Associate and Digital Projects Manager
Managing and Contributing Editor, Patrons and Performances Web Site
Records of Early English Drama (REED) (DHC co-ordinator; Steering Cmttee member)
Contact: jason.boyd@utoronto.ca

Prof. Leslie Chan, Senior Lecturer, Department of Social Sciences & Supervisor, Joint Program in New Media Studies, Uof T Scarborough
Faculty & Advisory Cmttee member, Knowledge Media Design Institute (KMDI)

Ravit David, Digital Content Production Manager, OCUL-VDX Project
University of Toronto Libraries, Information Technology Services

Lindsey Eckert, Ph.D. Candidate
Department of English

Prof. Frances Garrett, Department and Centre for the Study of Religion, UofT St George
Faculty member, Knowledge Media Design Institute (KMDI)
Executive Board member, The Tibetan and Himalyan Library
Principal Investigator, Interpreting Visual Representations of Tibetan Ritual (in development)
Principal Investigator, Shalu Monastery mapping project (in development)

Prof. Michael Gervers, Department of Humanities (History), UofT Scarborough
Director, DEEDS Project

Prof. Stephen Johnson, Department of English & Drama, UofT Mississauga
Director, Graduate Centre for Study of Drama
Director, The Juba Project

Julie Hannford, Associate Librarian for the Humanities and Social Sciences
Director, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) Library

Pam King, Digital Research & Scholarly Communication Librarian
UofT Mississauga Library (DHC Steering Cmttee member)

Prof. Sally-Beth MacLean, Department of English, UofT St. George
Associate Director & Executive Editor, Records of Early English Drama (REED)
Co-Director, Patrons and Performances Web Site (DHC Steering Cmttee member)

Sian Meikle, Digital Services Librarian, UofT Libraries, Information Technology Services

Andrew Nicholson, GIS/Data Librarian, UofT Mississauga Library

Matt Price, Sessional Lecturer
Department of History

Paulina Rousseau, Digital Scholarship Librarian
University of Toronto Scarborough Library

Prof. Nicholas Terpstra
Department of History

Dr. Harriet Sonne de Torrens, Lecturer & Visual Resources Librarian, Centre for Visual and Media Culture, UofT Mississauga
Co-Director, Baptisteria Sacra Index (BSI) (DHC Steering Cmttee member)

Miguel A. Torrens, Librarian, Collection Development, University of Toronto Libraries
Co-Director, Baptisteria Sacra Index (BSI)

Jutta Treviranus, Director, Adaptive Technology Resource Centre (ATRC)
Principal Investigator, The Fluid Project
Senior Research Associate, Faculty of Information, UofT
Faculty member, Knowledge Media Design Institute (KMDI)

Prof. Shafique N. Virani, Department and Centre for the Study of Religion, UofT St. George
Department of Historical Studies, UofT Mississauga
Director, iBrary Online: The Online Library of Islam and Muslim Civilizations (in development) (DHC Steering Cmttee member)

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