The Emma B. Andrews Diary Project is proud to be a member of Newbook Digital Texts, founded in 2012 by Walter Andrews, Mary Childs and Sarah Ketchley at the University of Washington.
Our project goals:
- To preserve and make freely available lesser known or understudied literary and historical texts from the Near East.
- To develop a new hybrid model of rigorous training in the core skills associated with historical and literary research, coupled with essential competencies in computer literacy.
- To further the advancement of digital humanities as a field in order to foster much needed technical skills in graduate and undergraduate humanities students.
Sarah L. Ketchley, Ph.D : Emma B. Andrews Project Director/Newbook Digital Texts Co-Director
Sarah is an Affiliate Instructor in Near Eastern Languages and Civilization at the University of Washington, an Adjunct Associate Professor at University of Maryland University College, and a Digital Humanities Specialist at Gale. She trained as an Egyptologist, specializing in art history in the first millennium. She has taught courses Egyptian history and archeology at the University of Birmingham, UK, and teaches digital humanities at the University of Washington.
Each year we have been fortunate to have a dedicated group of student interns working with us, who are valued and equal partners in our research endeavors. The scope of the tasks they have worked on includes transcribing, editing, conducting historical research and managing technical aspects of the project.
Reader development & tagging management: Emma Fritzberg
Tagging: Selma El-Badawi, Marshall Bender, Molly Taylor, Marianne Bautista, Hannah Burrows, Izzy Wiebe, Isabelle Schlegel, Thurston Duong, Olivia Hyre, Dhreeti Rathore, Benjamin Lewis
Biographies: Jasmine Jones, Jasmine Choi, Samuel Roller, Iona Hillman, Avneet Dhaliwal, Anton Reicherter, Priya Hariharan, Avery Dahl
Social Media: Priya Hariharan, Gabrielle Wilson
Travelers in Egypt travelogues: Frederick Chan
Thomas Cook & Son Passenger Cards: Yanni Zhou
Web development: Margaret Hsaio, Patrick Liu
Helen Winlock proofreading & editing: Laura Van Arsdel
Marketing/Social Media: Jasmine Jones, Padma Gundapaneni, Bingyan Wang, Xiru Jian, Shannon Chung, Claire Gui, Ye Ram Lee, Amanda Fung. Thanks to Gabrielle Wilson for leading this group.
Helen Winlock transcriptions: Calvin Scott Paulson
Connor Raftery, Aly Brady, Kanishka Reddy, Calvin Scott Paulson, Rebecca Vance, David Darnall, Steve Thatcher
MLIS Capstone: Riko Fluchel (metadata), Erika Bailey (website)
CSE 512 Data Visualization Capstone: Hannah Twigg-Smith, Benjamin Ferleger, Katina Papadakis, Yu-Tang Peng
Historical Markup Tool: Audrey Holmes
Theodore Davis's Will & Database: Rebecca Vance
Rebecca Vance, Sesha Machiraju, Vanessa Lin, Connor Raftery, Aly Brady
Rebecca Vance, Janice Garr
Jiafei Li, Chelsea Cooper, Janice Garr, Nitya Sampath, Jennifer Charoni, Karena Vongampai, Christina Seang, Claire Summa, Shirley Chen. IT Support: Brad Holland, Chris Sumption
Allison Skinner, Sarah Johnson, Chelsea Cooper, Georgia Gilbert, Janice Garr, Chris Sumption, Gabby Wilson.
Megan Rowland (Project Manager), Janice Garr, Chelsea Cooper, Allison Skinner, Sarah Faigin, Ema Grey, Tessa Carter, Sarah Johnson, Gabby Wilson.
Megan Rowland, Tessa Carter, Janice Garr, Ariella Fish, Rachel Schlotfeldt.
Funding & Support
Our projects, faculty and students have received funding awards and stipends from the following organizations for project expenses, training and travel:
Thanks also to individual UW Departments who have given several departmental awards to our interns.
Our ongoing work relies on the generosity of our supporters. If you are interested in making a donation, you can do so here. Your investment in our work goes a long way! Thank you.