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Medieval Stained Glass in Great Britain

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Personnel

This site was developed and put together by a team working for the CVMA (GB) at the Centre for Computing and the Humanities (now the Department of Digital Humanities) at King’s College London. The work has been supported by a research award (2001–2004) from the Arts and Humanities Research Board, by a special grant from the British Academy (2006), and by a resource-enhancement award from JISC (2008–2009). The genesis of the site and our long-term aspirations have been set out by Dr Tim Ayers (‘A New Website for Medieval Stained Glass in Britain’, The Journal of Stained Glass, xxviii (for 2003), 2004, pp. 116–20).

CVMA (GB) Personnel

Committee

  • Dr Tim Ayers
  • Prof. Paul Binski
  • Sarah Brown (chairman) - sarah.brown@york.ac.uk
  • Anna Eavis
  • Dr Penny Hebgin-Barnes
  • David King
  • Prof. Richard Marks
  • Prof. Nigel Morgan
  • Prof. Christopher Norton
  • David O’Connor

Project Officers

Authors

  • Michael Archer OBE
  • Dr Tim Ayers
  • Vanessa Barron
  • Allan Barton
  • Sarah Brown
  • Anna Eavis
  • Dr Heather Gilderdale Scott
  • Dr Penny Hebgin-Barnes
  • David King
  • Prof. Richard Marks
  • Prof. Nigel Morgan
  • Dr Brian O’Callaghan
  • David O’Connor
  • Brian Sprakes

DDH Technical Research Team 2008 - 2009

Technical Research Director

  • Paul Vetch

Database Development

  • Elliott Hall (Database Development)
  • John Lee (Lead Developer)

Digital Publication

  • Bea Caballero (Interface Design)
  • Camille Desenclos (Editorial Support)
  • Paul Spence (Lead Analyst)
  • Charlotte Tupman (Editorial Support 2010-14)
  • Miguel Vieira (Web Development)
  • Raffaele Viglianti (Web Development)

DDH Technical Research Team 2001 - 2004

Database

  • John Bradley
  • Dr Hafed Walda
  • Elliott Hall
  • Gerhard Brey

Mapping

  • Martyn Jessop
  • Ed Mackenzie

Website

  • Paul Vetch
  • Paul Spence
  • Zaneta Au
  • Jasmine Kelly
  • Eleonora Litta Modignani Picozzi
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