Zoé Murphy is an undergraduate student double majoring in International Comparative Studies with a focus on China and Europe and Public Policy. She is currently working on the Feasibility team.
Caimiao Liu is an undergraduate student at Duke studying psychology, sociology, and philosophy. She is especially concerned with the underrepresentation of females in daily life. She is currently part of the research team.
Emilie Menzel is a library science master’s student at UNC-Chapel Hill. She is a member of Project Vox’s Outreach & Assessment Team.
Francesca Magario Wadlington is a PhD student in the department of Romance Studies at Duke University. Her main research focuses on Southern European Modernism and the concurrent emergence of metaliterary production in countries such as Italy, Spain, and Portugal. She is the social media manager on the Outreach & Assessment team.
Alyssa Granacki is a Postdoctoral Associate in the Department of Romance Studies, teaching courses on Italian literature and feminist thought. Her research interests include medieval and Renaissance literature, women writers, and history of philosophy. She is currently part of the research team.
Dana Hogan is a PhD student in the Art, Art History & Visual Studies department at Duke and completed her MA in Italian Renaissance Art through Syracuse University in Florence. Her doctoral project “Women Artists and Global Encounters in Early Modernity” foregrounds women in the study of cross-cultural circulation of artists and works of art, […]
Yasemin Altun is a PhD student in the department of Art, Art History, and Visual Studies. Her research focuses on early modern French art. She works for Project Vox as an image researcher.
Damla Ozdemir is an undergraduate planning on studying Computer Science with an Innovation & Entrepreneurship certificate. Mainly, she is interested in the intersections between philosophy and technology, especially in the approaching age of AI. She previously served on the research team for Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz. She is currently in the Outreach and […]
Susanna Caviglia is an assistant professor of Art, Art History, & Visual Studies at Duke University. Her research interests focus on French and Italian art in the long Eighteenth century, Early Modern theory and practice of drawing, representations of the body in art, and cross-cultural relationships within the Mediterranean world. She and her class on […]
Jane Harwell is a PhD student in English at Duke University. Her research focuses on eighteenth-century British women authors with a focus on material culture and ecocriticism. She contributed to the research on Mary Shepherd. She is currently the Project Manager, and previously served as the Outreach and Engagement Coordinator (2020–2021).
Jackson Cooksey is an undergraduate double majoring in Economics and Philosophy and minoring in Russian Language. He previously served as researcher for Mary Shepherd. Now, Jackson is the feasibility lead for the research team.
Meredith Graham is an Associate in Research at Duke University. In this role, she is responsible for coordinating and implementing outreach and assessment for the Project Vox team and the SSHRC grant partners. She previously served as the team’s Outreach & Assessment Coordinator (2017–2019) and the Project Manager (2019–2020). Meredith graduated with her PhD in […]
Cheryl Thomas is the Librarian for Philosophy, as well as a Librarian for Research and Instruction, at Duke University Libraries. She advises Project Vox as the Duke University Librarian for Philosophy.
Will Shaw is the digital humanities consultant at Duke University Libraries. He studied English literature at Warren Wilson College and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is the technical lead for Project Vox.
Liz Milewicz is Head of Digital Scholarship Services at Duke University Libraries. She received her PhD in 2009 from Emory University, where she studied at the Graduate Institute of the Liberal Arts. For Project Vox, Liz works as a Project Co-Lead.
Andrew Janiak is the Creed C. Black Professor and Chair of the Department of Philosophy, Duke University, where he directs the Graduate Program in History and Philosophy of Science, Technology and Medicine. He is presently co-writing the first English-language philosophical monograph on Émilie Du Châtelet with Professor Karen Detlefsen. He works as the principal editor […]