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MemberPhilipp Conzett

Philipp Conzett is a subject librarian for Nordic and Finnish/Kven Linguistics and Literatures at the University Library, UiT The Arctic University of Norway (https://en.uit.no/). As a member of the library’s research support team, he devotes much of his time to working on Open Science, especially research data management. He is one of the developers and managers of DataverseNO (https://dataverse.no) and of the Tromsø Repository of Language and Linguistics (TROLLing; https://trolling.uit.no). He is a member of several working groups and managing committees related to research data management and Open Science, including European Research Infrastructure for Language Resources and Technology (CLARIN), the European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST), LIBER (Ligue des Bibliothèques Européennes de Recherche – Association of European Research Libraries), RDA in Norway, and the RDA Linguistics Data IG. Philipp holds an MA in Nordic Linguistics and is currently doing research on word-formation and grammatical gender in Norwegian.

MemberCaroline Lura

I hold master‘s degrees in theater studies (Theaterwissenschaft) and editorial studies (Editionswissenschaft). In recent years I have worked for research projects located at the The Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, assisting in the scholarly – and largely digital – editions of “The Collected Works of Immanuel Kant – New Editions, Revisions and Completion”  and “Wilhelm von Humboldt: Writings on Linguistics“. My research experience & interests include(s): critical editions, digital editing, text encoding and research data management. Furthermore, I did research on the philosophy of art, aesthetic theory, avantgarde performance, improvisation, artistic freedom and the dialectics of limits and liberation (Kant, Hegel, Foucault, Derrida).

MemberSpencer Keralis

…Disrupting Labor in Digital Humanities; or The Classroom is Not Your Crowd.” Commissioned book chapter for Disrupting the Digital Humanities, Jesse Stommel and Dorothy Kim, editors. Forthcoming 2016, Punctum Books.
“The origin and evolution of cat memes from the 18th century to lolcats; or, how cats have basically changed the Internet and the world furever.” S. Keralis & Jeanette Claire Sewell. Forthcoming in Buzzademia: Scholarship in the Internet Vernacular.
“Research Data Management in Policy and Practice: The DataRes Project.” S. Keralis, Martin Halbert, William Moen & Shannon Stark. Research Data Management: Principles, Practice, and Prospects. Washington, D.C.: Council on Library & Information Resources, November 2013
Research Data Management: Principles, Practice, and Prospects. Editor. Washington, D.C.: Council on Library & Information Resources, November 2013
“The Value of Open Access to Undergraduate Rese…

Spencer D. C. Keralis is a scholar of the past, present, and future of the book. Dr. Keralis is the Founder and Executive Director of Digital Frontiers, a conference and community that brings together the makers and users of digital resources for humanities research, teaching, and learning. Founded in 2012, the conference celebrates it’s 8th anniversary at the University of Texas at Austin in September 2019. Dr Keralis is currently Assistant Professor and Digital Humanities Librarian with the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign University Library. Dr. Keralis previously served as Research Associate Professor and Head of the Digital Humanities and Collaborative Programs Unit with the Public Services Division of the University of North Texas Libraries. He also served a lecturer in the School of Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication at the University of Texas at Dallas, as an adjunct instructor in the UNT Department of English, and has taught in the UNT i-School. He holds a Ph.D. in English and American Literature from New York University. His research has appeared in Book History, a special issue American Periodicals on children’s periodicals, and in the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) reports The Problem of Data (2012) and Research Data Management: Principles, Practices, and Prospects (2013). Dr. Keralis’s work on labor ethics in digital humanities pedagogy is forthcoming in Disrupting the Digital Humanities, and the Modern Language Association publication Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities: Concepts, Models, and Experiments. Dr. Keralis has held a Mellon Fellowship at the Library Company of Philadelphia, a Legacy Fellowship at the American Antiquarian Society, a Summer Residency at the Queer Zine Archive Project, and served as a CLIR Fellow in Academic Libraries with the University of North Texas Libraries. In 2017, he was honored with the Innovative Outreach Award for the Digital Frontiers project by the Texas Digital Library.