Catherine Lee is a PhD candidate in English at Duke University. Her research examines a form of secular humility that emerges in literary writings from the Romantic period. She worked as a lead researcher for Project Vox.
Jensen Alex is an undergraduate student at University of Florida, majoring in Linguistics. He helped Project Vox with research on Anna Maria van Schurman.
Stacy Torian earned her master’s degree in library and information studies program at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro. Her interests include feminism, African American culture, and oral history. She worked on image metadata for Project Vox.
Heather Baker received her graduate degree in Digital Librarianship with a background in educational publishing from North Carolina Central University. She worked with the Project Vox team to organize and document image metadata and workflow processes.
Qiu Lin is a PhD student in the philosophy department of Duke University. She has a special interest in early modern philosophy, especially that of the early 18th century. She was part of the research team for Project Vox.
Chris Kennedy is a PhD candidate in Political Science at Duke University. His research focuses on ethical controversies over the use or abuse of information technology—including civil disobedience, leaking, and intellectual property. He worked with the Outreach and Assessment team at Project Vox.
Heather Woods is currently an Assistant Professor at the Department of Communication Studies in Kansas State University. She earned her PhD from University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill’s Department of Communication, where she was also a Digital Humanities Initiative Graduate Fellow. She served as the Outreach and Assessment Coordinator for Project Vox, where she developed […]
Katherine Owensby is an undergraduate studying Classical Languages and Linguistics at Duke University. Her research focuses on dialects of North Carolinians, but she is also interested in ancient sociolinguistics. In her role with Project Vox, Katherine lead the exploratory research on Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz. She also helped with research on Princess Elisabeth […]
Jen Semler is completing a master’s degree in Medieval Icelandic Studies at the University of Iceland. She graduated Duke University with a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and public policy. She has a special interest in moral philosophy and the connection between philosophy and literature. In her role with Project Vox, Jen helped with research for […]
Sandra Luksic studies philosophy and political science at Duke University. They are interested in gender and intersectionality. They have been working on images for Anna Maria van Schurman and have previously worked with the Outreach and Assessment team on Project Vox.
Mattia Begali received his PhD in Italian Literature at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and MA in Library and Information Science at North Carolina Central University (NCCU). At Duke, he is a Lecturing Fellow at the Department of Romance Studies. He is also co-designing a qualitative study on how faculty create and assess digital projects. For […]
Carolina Iribarren was raised in Caracas, Venezuela. She is currently a PhD student at the Comparative Literature department at Emory University. She completed her BA in literature and philosophy at Cornell University in 2015 and joined Duke’s Department of Art, Art History & Visual Studies in 2017. She is interested in early modern philosophy, feminist […]
Meredith Graham is a PhD candidate in Musicology at Duke University. Her research focuses on British choral music in the twentieth century. She has worked as the Outreach and Assessment Coordinator for Project Vox. She was the project manager for Project Vox team from 2019-2020.
Aliza Gersing earned her undergraduate degree in philosophy at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. She has a special interest in broader philosophical application as well as religion and ethics. For Project Vox, Aliza worked on the research on Princess Elizabeth.
Arpita Varghese is currently the Gender and Humanities Action Analyst for UN Women. She completed her BA in Global Studies at Duke University in 2015, and her MSc in Global Governance and Diplomacy at the University of Oxford. While at Duke, Arpita assisted Project Vox with various research on women philosophers.
Jesús Hidalgo is currently a teaching assistant at the Spanish & Portuguese department at University of Washington. He received his master’s degree in the Romance Studies Department at Duke University, where he has taught Spanish classes at Elementary, Intermediate, and Advanced levels. He helped promote Project Vox by running a conference in Spring of 2016.
Nele Fritz received a BA in Library Science at TH Köln–University of Technology, Arts and Sciences, Cologne, Germany, and a master’s degree in library and information studies from University of North Carolina, Greensboro. From September 2015 to February 2016 she worked as an intern at Duke University Libraries to gain experience in academic librarianship. She […]
Joseph Fletcher has a PhD in English Literature from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he is currently a Teaching Assistant Professor, and a certificate in the History and Philosophy of Science, Technology, and Medicine at Duke University. He helped the research team on Project Vox.
Abigail Flanigan is a research librarian for music and the performing arts at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. She helped develop the publishing flow and ISSN for Project Vox and helped assessed impact.