Project Participants

Graeme Bird, Gordon College

Christopher Blackwell, Furman University

Casey Dué, University of Houston and Center for Hellenic Studies

Mary Ebbott, College of the Holy Cross and Center for Hellenic Studies

Bernard Frischer, University of Virgina and Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities, University of Virginia

Michael Horsley, Data and Imaging Lab of National Archive and Records Administration

David Jacobs, Conservation Department of the British Library

Zoie Lafis, Center for Hellenic Studies

Suzanne Lye, University of California-Los Angeles and Center for Hellenic Studies 

Manfred Mayer, Conservation Workshop of University Library Graz

Jack Mitchell

Kenneth Morrell, Rhodes College and Center for Hellenic Studies

Leonard Muellner, Brandeis University and Center for Hellenic Studies

Gregory Nagy, Harvard University and Center for Hellenic Studies

Dot Porter, Collaboratory for Research in Computing in the Humanities, University   of Kentucky

Jennifer Reilly, Center for Hellenic Studies

Lukas Rosenthaler, Imaging and Media Lab, University of Basel

Ross Scaife, University of Kentucky and The Stoa Consortium

Brent Seales, University of Kentucky and Center for Visualization and Virtual Environments

Sean Signore, University of Georgia

Neel Smith, College of the Holy Cross

Paolo Venerando, Dante Alighieri Society and Wake Forest University in Venice

The Homer Multitext Fellows

The Homer Multitext Fellows are research assistants supported by grants from the University of Houston, Furman University, and the Center for Hellenic Studies. 

Harry Briggs, Furman University

Win Bauman, Furman University

William Dolan, Jr., College of the Holy Cross 

Taylor Geraldson, Furman University

Michael Kinney, College of the Holy Cross 

James Lanier, Furman University

Esther Mosteller, Furman University

Katherine Schmieg, College of the Holy Cross 

Patrick Walsh, College of the Holy Cross 

Graham Wooden, Furman Univesity