The Thomas 
MacGreevy 
Hypertext 
Chronology 
 

The Thomas
MacGreevy
Archive

The Use of
Electronic
Technology

Short
Biographical
Notes

Related
WWW
Resources

INTENTS

Introduction


Information
Retrieval

Hypertext


Artifical
Intelligence


The
Internet


Electronic
Publishing

Textual
Encoding for
Humanities
Research

Project 
Participants

 

Project Participants

John Dunnion has BSc and MSc degrees in Computer Science from University College Dublin. He has worked in the Department of Computer Science in the University of Manchester, England, and has studied in the Technische Universitat in Munich. He worked on Project Minstrel, one of the first EC ESPRIT projects in Ireland, and on SIMPR. He has been awarded grants by Eolas and Forbairt and has been awarded grants by the German Academic Exchange Service and Comett. He is currently a lecturer in the Department of Computer Science and is Project Manager of the INTENTS project, funded by Forbairt's Advanced Software PAT. 
Email: John@kavanagh.ucd.ie 

Liadh Kelly recently completed her BSc in Computer Science from University College Dublin and is currently doing a M.S.C. in Computer Science. She is currently a researcher for the INTENTS project.
Email: liadh.kelly@ucd.ie

Paula Murphy completed her BA in English and Philosophy in 1995 from University College Dublin and is currently completing an MA in Modern English Literature. She is currently a Humanities Research Assistant for the MacGreevy Hypertext Chronology. 
Email: pmurph@ollamh.ucd.ie 

Eamonn Newman graduated with a BSc in Computer Science from University College Dublin and is now working towards a MSc by research within the INTENTS project.
Email: eamonn.newman@ucd.ie

Susan Schreibman is the Semester in Irish Studies Newman Fellow at University College Dublin, and project manager of The Thomas MacGreevy Hypertext Chronology. She has an MA and PhD from UCD in Anglo-Irish Literature and Drama, and an MA from University of Pennsylvania in English and Creative Writing. Her PhD thesis, The Thomas MacGreevy Chronology: A Documentary Life, 1855-1934, is the basis for the current project. She is the editor of Collected Poems of Thomas MacGreevy: An Annotated Edition (1991), and is currently writing a documentary about MacGreevy's life which will be aired on RTE in Autumn 1998. 
Email: Susan.Schreibman@ucd.ie 

Judith Wusteman has been in the Department of Library and Information Studies at UCD since September 1997. Before that, she was a lecturer in the Computing Laboratory, University of Kent at Canterbury for seven years. Judith has a PhD in Artificial Intelligence. Her current research interests are in electronic publishing, particularly relating to humanities computing, ejournals, document structure and formats, SGML, and XML She has been involved in various projects and consultancies in the field of electronic publishing. 
Email: Judith.Wusteman@ucd.ie 


CONSULTANTS TO THE PROJECT:

Peter Flynn MBA, University College Cork.

J. C. C. Mays, MA(Oxon), DPhil(Oxon), Professor of Modern English and American Literature at University College Dublin.

Ronan Reilly BSc, PhD, College Lecturer, Department of Computer Science, University College Dublin.

Michael Sherwood-Smith BSc(St. Andrews), PhD, FICS, College Lecturer, Department of Computer Science, University College Dublin.


PAST HUMANITIES RESEARCH ASSISTANTS:

Paul Candon BA; Aidan Halpin BA.

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