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Credits and Acknowledgements

Credits

The following UNF students have edited documents, created items, and authored or contributed to exhibits on this site:

  • K. Anagnostou (English MA)
  • Cassidy Bowen (English)
  • Owen Cavanaugh (Communication)
  • Sarah Dumitrascu (English)
  • Christopher Ellis (History)
  • Carol Hemmingway (History/Spanish)
  • Aaron Meling (History)
  • Rebecca Nunes (Communication)
  • Marisa Pechillo (History)
  • Emilia Thom (Exercise Science/Spanish)
  • Kyle Van Sciver (International Studies)
  • Rebecca Venable (History/International Studies)
  • Matthew Welcome (Art History/English)
  • Georgina Wilson (Spanish)
  • Angela Yazji (International Studies)

Marisa Pechillo is also a Fall 2020 intern with NFEW.

Acknowledgements

This project benefits from the support of numerous units at the University of North Florida, including the following: 

  • Digital Humanities Institute
  • Center for Instruction and Research Technology
  • Thomas G. Carpenter Library
  • Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures
  • Department of English
  • Department of History
  • Office of Undergraduate Research

We also rely on the generosity of the following repositories, who provide access to primary sources and research assistance:

  • Jacksonville Historical Society Archives
  • PK Yonge Library of Florida History 
  • St. Augustine Historical Society Research Library
  • Thomas G. Carpenter Library Special Collections and Archives

We're grateful in particular to the following individuals:

  • Dr. Hannah Alpert-Abrams, program specialist in the Office of Digital Humanities at the National Endowment for the Humanities, who recorded an interview about the digital humanities for us in Summer 2020.
  • Jennifer Bibb, coordinator of UNF Special Collections and Archives, who has helped in the digitization of materials and provided assistance to students in Summer 2020.
  • Dr. Alan Bliss, executive director of the Jacksonville Historical Society, who facilitated communications related to materials in that archive in Summer 2020.
  • Dr. Keith Cartwright, professor and chair, UNF Department of English, who helped us to promote DIG3152 in Summer 2020.
  • Dr. Karen Cousins, director of the UNF Office of Undergraduate Research, who recorded a video on research and conference grants and other opportunities for us in Summer 2020.
  • Dr. Jim Cusick, curator of the PK Yonge Library of Florida History at the University of Florida, who recorded a video introduction to the PK Yonge Library for us in Summer 2020, and assisted several students carry out projects related to materials from that archive.
  • Dr. Patricia Geesey, professor of French and chair, UNF Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures, for the general support she has provided to this project.
  • Dr. Laura Heffernan, UNF associate professor of English, who recorded an overview of the UNF Digital Humanities Institute and facilitated the participation of English MA student K. Anagnostou in Summer 2020.
  • Carol Hemmingway, UNF history/Spanish major and Spring 2020 research intern with Editing the Eartha MM White Collection, whose work on the Omeka site for that project paved the way for this site.
  • Dr. Hélène Huet, European Studies Librarian in the George A. Smathers Libraries at the University of Florida, who recorded an interview for us in Summer 2020 regarding her project "WWI Diary of Albert Huet."
  • Dr. Andrew Jewell, professor of digital projects in the University Libraries at University of Nebraska-Lincoln and director of the Willa Cather Archive, who recorded an interview on digital editing for us in Summer 2020.
  • Bob Nawrocki, chief librarian at St. Augustine Historical Society Research Library, who recorded a video introduction to that archive for us in Summer 2020.
  • Mariana Mendieta, UNF international studies/Spanish major, who recorded an interview in Summer 2020 about her work on the Antioquia Negra Digital Archive.
  • Dr. Allen Romano, associate teaching professor in the Program in Interdisciplinary Humanities at Florida State University, who recorded an interview for us about the FSU Master of Arts in Digital Humanities in Summer 2020.
  • Andy Rush of the Center for Instruction and Research Technology, who has provided critical support related to the infrastructure behind this project.
  • Dr. David Sheffler, associate professor and chair, UNF Department of History, who helped us to promote DIG3152 in Summer 2020.
  • Susan Swiatosz, head of UNF Special Collections and Archives, who has partnered with us to facilitate materials, and who recorded a video introduction to the archive for us in Summer 2020.
  • Charles Tingley, senior research librarian at the St. Augustine Historical Society, who provided assistance related to the will of Abraham Dupont in Summer 2020.
  • Emilia Thom, UNF exercise science/Spanish major, who recorded an interview about her digital editing project A Prototype Online Archive of Documents Related to Indigenous Peoples in Colonial Spanish Florida in Summer 2020. 
  • Florence M. Turcotte, literary manuscripts archivist, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida, for research assistance in Summer 2020.
  • Michele Wilbanks, coordinator of Public and Support Services, Special and Area Studies Collections, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida, for research assistance in Summer 2020.