Early Modern London; Shakespeare; TEI; editing; textual criticism; book history; digital humanities; geohumanities; GIS; urban cartography
Early modern Spanish and European literature; Early modern theater; digital humanities; textual criticism
Interests: literature and thought of the Hebrew Bible and other Second Temple literatures. Poetics, intertextuality, historical-criticism, textual-criticism, history of interpretation, and cultural history.
Restoration and 18th-Century British Literature, Poetry and Poetics, Bibliography, Textual Criticism, Editing and Editorial Theory, Religion and Literature
Languages and Linguistics; Classics; History of Science; History of Medicine; Lexicography; Medieval Latin Literature; Textual criticism (Classics); Medieval Latin; Digital Humanities; Early Modern Spanish literature
Doctoral Candidate in the Department of Greek and Latin at Catholic University of America. Dissertating on “Callimachus and Callimacheanism in the Poetry of Gregory of Nazianzus.” Also interested in Origen of Alexandria, Greek Manuscripts, Textual Criticism, and Digital Philology.
His research activity encompasses areas within Historical Linguistics (including the publication of a two-volume Historical Grammar of Galician, 1995-97), and Textual Criticism, specifically in relation to medieval Galician-Portuguese troubadour poetry texts. He is currently working on the project Cantigas d’Amigo: An online critical edition.
PhD student in Italian Literature.Thesis topic: The Notebooks of F. T. MarinettiResearch interests: F. T. Marinetti, Gabriele d’Annunzio, 19th- and 20th- century Italian literature, Italian fin-de-siècle and avant-garde, textual criticism.
Ian Nelson Mills is a PhD Student at Duke University in New Testament. Ian’s research focuses on the development of Gospel literature from the first century into Late Antiquity. This includes the historical Jesus, textual criticism, the Synoptic Problem, and Christian apocrypha.
A PhD candidate in Editorial Studies at Boston University’s Editorial Institute, where my dissertation is a critical edition of a selection of Maurice Greene’s (1696–1755) orchestral anthems. Other interests include: music and cultural history of the Early Modern Era, especially of Britain and North America; sacred music and theology; Irish and Scottish music; textual criticism; and bibliography.