Authorship is tricky, and this OER has come together through the contributions of not just the authors, but also those who participated in interviews and in the review process. Inspired by the CRediT (Contributor Roles) Taxonomy we are trying to fully describe the work of the contributors below.
Routledge, Taylor & Francis
Conceptualization, Funding acquisition, Writing – original draft, Writing – review and editing
Kath is co-convener of the Publishing and Public Humanities Working Group. With extensive publishing experiences, ranging from commissioning to program management, she now leads the development of the Humanities, Media and the Arts portfolio at Routledge, Taylor & Francis. Among other interests, Kath is an avid outdoor swimmer and helps grow community gardens in Reading, UK.
Michigan State University Press
Conceptualization, Writing – original draft, Writing – review and editing
Catherine Cocks is the interim director of Michigan State University Press and a member of the Publishing and Public Humanities Working Group. She formerly worked with Teresa Mangum and Anne Valk on the Humanities and Public Life series at the University of Iowa Press and continues to be passionate about publicly engaged scholarship.
Michigan State University
Writing – original draft, Writing – review and editing, Visualization, Video and graphics production, Design
Bonnie is the Product Manager for Humanities Commons (resident librarian on the project) and the Digital Specialist for HuMetricsHSS. She has worked with digital humanities scholars since 2012, helping scholars shape projects and identify technology needs. Before coming to MSU she spent 9 years as the Technical Project Manager at the Wayne State University Press, managing the Press’s online and digital offerings.
Conceptualization, Funding acquisition
Rebecca is the Digital Content Editor for the Columbia University Health Sciences Library, Executive Director of K|N Consultants and a PI on the HuMetricsHSS project. Prior to working full time at K|N, she was the founding director of the Center for Digital Research and Scholarship, a division of the Columbia University Libraries.
Jenny Brier, I’m Still Surviving: Video interview – original draft
Maria Bonn, Associate Professor, Director MS LIS & CAS program, School of Information Sciences, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign: Review
Teresa Mangum, Humanities and Public Life Book Series (University of Iowa Press): Video interview – original draft
Michelle May-Curry, Humanities for All: Video interview – original draft
Dave Tell, The Emmett Till Memory Project: Video interview – original draft
Anne Valk, Humanities and Public Life Book Series (University of Iowa Press): Video interview – original draft
Matt Wizinsky, I’m Still Surviving: Video interview – original draft