dSHARP currently includes three different groups of people:
- The core team run events, workshops, and classes; offer consultations and guest lectures; conduct original research; and maintain dSHARP resources
- the affiliates are faculty members with appointments in a wide variety of academic units, whose digital research and publishing activities bring them into regular contact with dSHARP
- the graduate students have received fellowships or held other positions under the supervision of a member of the core team
Rikk Mulligan is the Digital Scholarship Strategist in the University Libraries. His research interests lay in 20th and 21st century American popular culture, particularly science fiction, as well as textual encoding, digital publishing, and digital preservation.
David Scherer is the Scholarly Communications and Research Curation Consultant in the University Libraries. His research interests lay in developing new methods of scholarly publication and preservation for the digital age.
Scott Weingart is the Digital Humanities Specialist in the Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences. His research interests lay in early modern history of science, particularly the Republic of Letters, as well as network analysis and digital preservation.
DIETRICH COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
Department of English
- Suguru Ishizaki
- David Kaufer
- Jon Klancher
- Chris Neuwirth (also in Human Computer Interaction Institute)
- Susan Tanner
- Chris Warren
- Pierce Williams
- Avery Wiscomb
Department of History
Department of Modern Languages
Department of Philosophy
Department of Social and Decision Sciences
Department of Statistics
ENTERTAINMENT TECHNOLOGY CENTER
Graduate students associated with the center include:
- Susan Grunewald (2018)
- Avery Wiscomb (2018)
- Pierce Williams (2017)
Andrew W. Mellon Graduate DH Fellows
- Susan Grunewald (2018)
- Calvin Pollak (2018)
- Natalie Suzelis (2018)
- David Busch (2017)
- Tianyu “Sophie” Qin (2017)
- Connor Robinson-Arnull (2017)
- Avery Wiscomb (2017)
- María Pía Gómez Laich (2016)
- Susan Grunewald(2016)
- Susan Tanner(2016)
- Pierce Williams(2016)
Daniel J. Evans was the Digital Humanities Developer in the Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences. He is currently a graduate student at CMU.
Jessica Otis was the Digital Humanities Specialist in the University Libraries (2016-2018). Her research interests lay in early modern European history, particularly British history and the history of science, as well as network analysis and digital preservation.
Lisa Zilinski was the Research Data Consultant in the University Libraries (2015-2018).