Collaborative Curation and Exploration of the EEBO-TCP Corpus
Martin Mueller, Professor Emeritus of English and Classics at Northwestern University, is the author of a monograph on the Iliad and of Children of Oedipus, and Other Essays on the Imitation of Greek Tragedy, 1550–1800. He is also co-editor of the Chicago Homer and editor of WordHoard, both Web-based applications that focus on the analysis of deeply tagged texts.
Philip R. Burns is Senior Developer in Academic and Research Technologies at Northwestern University. His academic and professional background lies primarily in mathematical and statistical computing applied across a broad range of disciplines. His involvement in humanities projects reaches back to the early 1970s.
Craig A. Berry holds a Ph.D. in English from Northwestern University and has two forthcoming articles on Chaucer and Spenser. He has been working as a professional programmer since the 1980s, with intermittent forays into the digital humanities since the 1990s. He is currently Digital Projects Editor at The Spenser Review and serves on the Executive Committee of the International Spenser Society.