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Our Researchers

 

Undergraduate Researchers

Sewasew Haileselassie, funded by CALUE to work on Texas Manuscript Cultures

Victoria Ohara, working on Texas Manuscript Cultures

James Mayo, funded by CALUE to work on Roger Pocock's Long Ride and a Disappearing Wild West

Frances Mell, working on Texas Manuscript Cultures

Ashley Michulka working on Texas Manuscript Cultures

Rachel Murdy, working on Texas Manuscript Cultures

Amanda Parks, funded by CALUE to work on "Film and the War Fighter"

Rebecca Robinson, funded by CALUE to work on "A Publishing History of Sam Steele's Forty Years in Canada"

Amy Thee, funded by CALUE to work on "Drive-In Movie Histories in West Texas"

Danielle Zaragoza, working on Texas Manuscript Cultures

 

We are very grateful to the Center for Active Learning and Undergraduate Engagement which has offered generous support to five undergraduate researchers associated with the DHL. Thank you to Erin Justyna, Jerylme Robins, and Christine Slaughter.

 

Graduate Researchers

Ty Berringer, editing the Marsh papers in Texas Manuscript Cultures

Erin Bistline, working on Nineteenth-century Women Writers Reviewed

Joseph Dornich, working on Texas Manuscript Cultures and the 1918 regimental newspaper The Accelerator

Preston Eaton, editing the Beaver Collection Papers and Ephemera in Texas Manuscript Cultures

Joya Mannan, editing all collections and providing technical support for databases

Rachel Vaughan, intern for Nineteenth-century Women Writers Reviewed

 

Project Manager

Luke Iantorno, directing Texas Manuscript Cultures and a magazine editor for Nineteenth-century Women Writers Reviewed

 

Faculty Researchers

Ann R. Hawkins, PI for Texas Manuscript Cultures and Nineteenth-century Women Writers Reviewed

Miles A. Kimball, PI for Texas Manuscript Cultures and for the Ida Countryman Archive

Allison Whitney, developing an archive on Texas and cinema culture

 

Affiliated Researchers

E. Leigh Bonds, Case Western Reserve University, developing the Mary Robinson Archive and Nineteenth-century Women Writers Reviewed