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François Dominic Laramée is a postdoctoral fellow in digital history of medicine at the University of Ottawa, in Canada. He holds master's degrees in computer science and U.S. history and is a former video game designer, TV personality and screenwriter.
Editorial Team (French) Editorial Board Ombudsperson (French) Institutionally Supported
Sofia Papastamkou is a historian and Research Engineer in Digital Humanities at the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS). She is currently assigned to the Institut de recherches historiques du Septentrion (IRHiS, CNRS/University of Lille).
Editorial Team (French) Editorial Board Managing Editor (French) Technical Team Global Team Volunteer
Project Team Roles
- Editorial Board: A fully-fledged member of the project team, involved in directing the project's future
- Editorial Team (English): Responsible for editorial work resulting in the review and publication of English-language lessons
- Editorial Team (Spanish): Responsible for editorial work resulting in the review and publication of Spanish-language lessons
- Editorial Team (French): Responsible for editorial work resulting in the review and publication of French-language lessons
- Managing Editor: First point of contact for authors with lesson ideas
- Ombudsperson: A person that authors and reviewers can turn to if they have queries or concerns about any part of the peer review and publication process
- Technical Lead: Coordinates and trains members of the technical team
- Technical Team: Responsible for the technical features that bring the content and peer review to our community
- Archivist: Responsible for archiving the project
- Treasurer: Responsible for project finances
- Sponsorship Coordinator: Responsible for managing relationships with our sponsors
- Communication Manager: Responsible for coordinating efforts of the communication team
- Communication Team: Responsible for managing and developing communication channels
- Twitter Developer: Responsible for maintaining the Programming Historian Twitter bot
- Education Manager: Responsible for the overall education aspect of the project
- Impact Manager: Supports, coordinates, and enhances research impact and analytics
- Finance Manager: Responsible for project finances and fundraising
- Team Development Manager: Responsible for ensuring that everyone on the team is well supported
- Project Manager at Large: Keeping the team focused on achieving its goals in a timely manner
- Global Lead: Coordinates the Global Team and facilitates communication with other Programming Historian teams.
- Global Team: Managing new global initiatives, as well as trying to improve the cultural and linguistic diversity of the team, our lessons, and of participation in Digital Humanities more generally.
- Volunteer: This member's time on the project is wholly voluntary.
- Institutionally Supported: This member's time on the project is either directly or indirectly supported by their employer.
Project Team Membership History
- William J. Turkel, Western University (2008 - 2015)
- Alan MacEachern, Western University (2008 - 2013)
- Adam Crymble, ProgHist Ltd (2011 - Present)
- Fred Gibbs, University of New Mexico (2011 - 2017)
- Miriam Posner, UCLA (2012 - 2016)
- Jeremy Boggs, University of Virginia (2012 - 2014)
- Allison Hegel, UCLA (2013 - 2016)
- Carrie Sanders, UCLA (2013 - 2014)
- Caleb McDaniel, Rice University (2014 - 2017)
- Ian Milligan, University of Waterloo (2014 - 2018)
- Jeri Wieringa, (2015 - 2018)
- Maria José Afanador-Llach, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia (2016 - Present)
- Víctor Gayol, El Colegio de Michoacán (2016 - Present)
- Antonio Rojas Castro, Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften (2016 - Present)
- Evan Taparata, University of Minnesota (2016 - 2016)
- Amanda Visconti, University of Virginia (2016 - Present)
- James Baker, University of Sussex (2017 - Present)
- Matthew Lincoln, Carnegie Mellon University (2017 - Present)
- Brandon Walsh, University of Virginia (2017 - Present)
- Jessica Parr, Simmons College (2017 - Present)
- Anandi Silva Knuppel, Emory University (2017 - 2019)
- Anna-Maria Sichani, University of Sussex (2018 - Present)
- José Antonio Motilla, Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosi (2018 - Present)
- Jennifer Isasi, University of Texas (2018 - Present)
- François Dominic Laramée, University of Ottawa (2018 - Present)
- Sofia Papastamkou, CNRS (2018 - Present)
- Marie Puren, LARHRA (2018 - 2019)
- Zoe LeBlanc, University of Virginia (2018 - Present)
- Sarah Melton, Boston College (2019 - Present)
- Martin Grandjean, University of Lausanne (2019 - Present)
- Riva Quiroga, Universidad Católica de Chile (2019 - Present)
- Joshua G. Ortiz Baco, University of Texas, at Austin (2019 - Present)
- Marie-Christine Boucher, Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen (2020 - Present)
The Programming Historian also benefits enormously from the efforts of people who volunteer their time and energy. If you are interested in pitching in, either for a single project or in an ongoing role, please find out how to contribute!
We are especially grateful to the dedicated Programming Historian authors who are not members of the Project Team:
William J. Turkel, Caleb McDaniel, Ian Milligan, Fred Gibbs, Stephen Margheim, Evan Taparata, Taryn Dewar, Andrew Hnatow, Daniel van Strien, Kim Pham, Kellen Kurschinski, Seth Bernstein, Amanda Morton, Miriam Posner, Jeremy Boggs, Allison Hegel, Carrie Sanders, Dennis Tenen, Grant Wythoff, Shawn Graham, Scott Weingart, Jim Clifford, Daniel Macfarlane, Josh MacFadyen, Jeri Wieringa, Jon Crump, Vilja Hulden, Marten Düring, Max De Wilde, Ruben Verborgh, Seth van Hooland, Jonathan Reeve, Spencer Roberts, Doug Knox, Heather Froehlich, Laura Turner O’Hara, Sarah Simpkin, Megan R. Brett, Ted Dawson, M. H. Beals, Elizabeth Venditto, Jacob W. Greene, Jeanette Sewell, Boris Capitanu, Peter Organisciak, Justin Colson, Taylor Arnold, Lauren Tilton, Stephanie J. Richmond, Tommy Tavenner, Jonathan Blaney, Daniel Ruten, Nabeel Siddiqui, Anandi Silva Knuppel, Evan Peter Williamson, John Ladd, Jessica Otis, Christopher N. Warren, Ryan Deschamps, Viola Wiegand, Michaela Mahlberg, Peter Stockwell, Beatrice Alex, Zoë Wilkinson Saldaña, Jon MacKay, Patrick Smyth, Jeff Blackadar, Marie Puren, Charlie Harper, Eric Weinberg, Alex Brey, Dave Rodriguez, Stephen Krewson, Armando Luza, Silvia Gutiérrez, Matthew J. Lavin, Go Sugimoto, Brad Rittenhouse, Ximin Mi, Courtney Allen, Quinn Dombrowski, Tassie Gniady, David Kloster, and, hopefully, you! Find out more about becoming an author.
We also thank everyone who has helped to improve our lessons by reporting issues, fixing errors, conducting formal peer reviews, translating, or editing. At the time of writing, this has included the following people:
Lauren Tilton, Ryan Deschamps, Nabeel Siddiqui, Rob Sieczkiewicz, Zoe LeBlanc, Daniela Ávido, Jennifer Isasi, Quinn Dombrowski, Catherine Nygren, Nick Ruest, Konrad Lawson, Aurélien Berra, Brandon Walsh, John Russell, Frédéric Clavert, Telmo Menezes, Ed Summers, Paige Morgan, Jamie Howe, Patrick Burns, Nora McGregor, Jim Clifford, Amanda Morton, Frederik Elwert, Antonio Rojas Castro, Ignacio Rodríguez, Sandra van Ginhoven, Taylor Arnold, Ryan Cordell, Justin Larsen, Sheila Brennan, Miriam Posner, Megan Kudzia, Brenta Blevins, Jason Crider, Fred Gibbs, Sean Morey, Anandi Silva Knuppel, Adam Crymble, Melodee Beals, Allison Hegel, James Baker, François Dominic Laramée, Luke Bergmann, Sharon Howard, Joanna Swafford, Celeste Tường Vy Sharpe, Elisa Beshero-Bondar, Anne Chao, Qiwei Li, Catherine DeRose, Guy McClellan, Peggy Griesinger, Lisa Lowry, Brandon Hawk, Adam Dennett, Léon Robichaud, Anouk Lang, Sarah Simpkin, Finn Arne Jørgensen, Peter Webster, Abby Schreiber, John Fink, Nancy Lemay, Jesse Sadler, Simon Appleford, Oliver Duke-Williams, Sylvia Fernández Quintanilla, Ben Hurwitz, M. H. Beals, Charlotte Tupman, Terhi Nurmikko-Fuller, Matthew Lincoln, Erin N. Bush, Derek Price, Lee Skallerup Bessette, Ethan Miller, Lisa Spiro, Tehri Nurmikko-Fuller, Folgert Karsdorp, Jan Rybicki, Tesla Cariani, Josh Romphf, Amber Stubbs, Brianna Allen, Shawn Graham, Jeri Wieringa, Francesca Benatti, Jane Winters, William J. Turkel, Puteri Zarina Megat Khalid, Jeff Veitch, Tim Compeau, Patrick Murray-John, Jason Heppler, Will Hanley, Stéfan Sinclair, Alan MacEachern, Jonathan Blaney, Tessa C Hauswedell, Michelle Moravec, Ezra Brooks, Russell Alleen-Willems, Dave Shepard, Ben Schmidt, Ian Milligan, Sofia Papastamkou, Maria José Afanador-Llach, Jessica Parr, Amanda Visconti, Anna-Maria Sichani, Jeri E. Wieringa, Caleb McDaniel, Carlos Manuel Varón Castañeda, Hugo Bonin, Sylvain Machefert, Víctor Gayol, María José Cabra Montes, José Antonio Motilla, Andrés Gattinoni, Victor Gayol, María-Jesús Colmenero-Ruiz, Jairo A. Melo, Sybille Clochet, Nuria Rodríguez Ortega, Ulrike Henny-Krahmer, Riva Quiroga, Gabriela Elgarrista, Antonio Sánchez-Padial, Antoine Champigny, Joseba Moreno, Juan Camilo Murcia, Joshua Ortiz-Baco, José Calvo Tello, Antonio Jesús Sánchez Padial, Juan Cobo, Silvia Gutiérrez, Maria Jose Afanador, Isabelle Gribomont, Fanny Mézard, Luisina Silva, Carlos Loz, Marie Puren, Alicia Calvo, Juan Antonio Pastor Sánchez, Joshua G. Ortiz Baco, Pedro Carrillo, Alix Chagué, and, hopefully, you! Find out more about how to contribute.
Finally, we’d like to thank those who have been involved in organizing, running, leading, or supporting workshops involving the project and Project Team:
- Anelda van der Walt, Talarify (South Africa)
- Johann Templehoff, North-West University (South Africa)
- Niklas Zimmer, University of Cape Town (South Africa)
- Renate Meyer, University of Cape Town (South Africa)
- Jane Winters, University of London
- Jonathan Blaney, University of London
- Justin Colson, University of Essex
- Carys Brown, University of Cambridge
- James Baker, University of Sussex
- Anouk Lang, University of Edinburgh