Canterbury Roll Project – Stage 1 Project Team
General Editor: Dr Chris Jones [CNJ] (UC History)
Digital Humanities Consultant: Dr Christopher Thomson [CJT] (UC Digital Humanities)
Project Adviser: Dr Natasha Hodgson (Nottingham Trent University)
Production Coordinator: Jennifer Middendorf [JMI] (UC Arts Digital Lab)
Lead Transcriber: Maree Shirota [MSH] (Collaborative Research Centre 933/Heidelberg)
Lead Translator: Elisabeth Rolston [EMR] (UC History)
Roundels Editor: Thandi Parker [TRP] (UC History)
Digital Project Specialist: Antoine Landrieu (UC Arts Digital Lab)
Digital Project Specialist: Lucy-Jane Walsh (UC Arts Digital Lab)
UC Interns: Zhivannah Cole [ZLC]; Julian Vesty [JVE]; Saskia van der Wal [SVA]
DIGI403 Students: Lewis Borsje-Clark [LBC]; Taylor Nightingale [TCN]; Ben Piggin [BTP]
Stage 1 Development
Stage 1 of the Canterbury Roll Digital Edition was developed via a partnership between UC History, UC Digital Humanities, the UC Arts Digital Laboratory, and the UC Internship programme.
Thandi Parker was supported by the UC Summer Research Scholarship "From Family to Nation: The Formation of European Identity" (Summer 2016/17).
Elisabeth Rolston was supported by the UC College of Arts Summer Research Scholarship programme (Summer 2016/17). Her attendance at the "Digital Editing and the Medieval Manuscript (DEMMR)" symposium held at Yale University (11–12 November 2017) was supported by the UC School of Humanities & Creative Arts.
Stage 1 received generous logistical support from Nottingham Trent University and Collaborative Research Centre 933, Heidelberg University.
Canterbury Roll Project Website
The Canterbury Roll Project website was originally produced in connection with the UC Summer Research Scholarship "A Lineage Abroad: Canterbury's Medieval Manuscript Roll" (Summer 2012/13).
Summer Scholarship Supervisor: Dr Chris Jones [CNJ] (UC History)
Summer Scholarship Researcher: Maree Shirota [MSH]
Original Web Developer: Marie Johnson
Photography: Duncan Shaw-Brown & Eve Welch
Original Website: Final version released: April 2013.
Maree would like to acknowledge the financial assistance of the NZ Federation of Graduate Women, who provided a travel grant that enabled her to deliver a paper based on the project at the 2013 ANZAMEMS biennial conference in Melbourne, Australia. She would also like to thank James Smithies, Amelia Dole, and the postgraduate History students of 2012/13 for their encouragement and support. The General Editor is grateful to Emeritus Professor Ralph A. Griffiths, OBE (University of Swansea, UK) for his valuable advice.
Last updated: 20 December 2017