Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in Italian Paleography at the Newberry Library in Chicago, IL (2017-2019), where she is working on the preparation of an online handbook for Italian paleography. She conducts research on the early manuscript tradition of Petrarch's Fragmenta and on digital approaches to the representation of texts. She earned her PhD (2017) in Italian and Medieval studies from Indiana University.
Erica Hayes, Encoder
Lino Mioni, Encoder
Abraham Kim, Web Developer
Grace Thomas, Encoder (2014-2016)
Laura Pence, Visual Index Designer (2013-2014)
Sara Dallavalle, Encoder (2014)
Allison M. McCormack, Encoder (2013-14)
Allison McCormack is the Rare Books Catalog Librarian at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. Trained as a medievalist, her work at Baylor involves researching and cataloging rare books, archival collections, and other special collections materials in such diverse areas as historical Texana, Soviet samizdat publications, modern artists’ books, and medieval music manuscripts. She regularly collaborates with Baylor Classics professor Daniel Nodes on a variety of Latin-language projects, including most recently a transcription of the 1542 commentary of Alexius Vanegas of Toledo on Petrus Papeus’ Comoedia de Samaritano Evangelico, as well as the transcription and translation of a series of manuscript sermon notes known as the Collationes of Frater Petrus.