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  • Director
    • Cristanne Miller, SUNY Distinguished Professor and Edward H. Butler Professor of Literature, University at Buffalo
      • Miller is an established Moore scholar and editor. Two of her monographs deal with Moore (Marianne Moore: Questions of Authority, Harvard University Press, 1995; Cultures of Modernism: Marianne Moore, Mina Loy, Else Lasker-Schüler. Gender and Literary Community in New York and Berlin, U of Michigan Press, 2005) and she was a co-editor of The Selected Letters of Marianne Moore (1997). Her experience in editing primary documents includes Words for the Hour: A New Anthology of Civil War Poetry (coedited with Faith Barrett, University of Massachusetts Press, 2005) and Emily Dickinson’s Poems: As She Preserved Them (Harvard, 2016). Miller also serves on the Editorial Board of ModNets (http://www.modnets.org/ ), a scholarly organization that aims to promote digital projects in the field of modernist literary and cultural studies; to provide editorial and technical support to project directors; to offer peer review based on content, conception, and technical design; to evolve standards and “best practices” for online literary sites in this literary period; and to develop a system for the aggregation of scholarly resources in the field.
  • Associate Directors
    • Elizabeth Gregory, Professor of English and Director of the Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program, University of Houston
      • Gregory is the author of Quotation and Modern American Poetry (Texas A&M/Rice University Press, 1996), the editor The Critical Response to Marianne Moore (Praeger Press, 2003), the co-editor (with Stacy Carson Hubbard) of 21st-Century Marianne Moore: Essays from a Critical Renaissance (Palgrave, forthcoming), and the author of essays on Moore, including: “Marianne Moore’s ‘Blue Bug’: A Dialogic Ode on Celebrity, Race, Gender & Age” [Modernism/ modernity 22.4 (November 2015): 759-86], and “'Still Leafing': Celebrity, Confession, Marianne Moore’s 'The Camperdown Elm,' and the Scandal of Age” [Journal of Modern Literature 35.3 (Spring 2012), 51-76]. She is completing a monograph on the poetry of Moore’s later years.
    • Heather Cass White, Professor of English, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa
      • White has edited A-Quiver with Significance: Marianne Moore 1932-1926 and Adversity and Grace: Marianne Moore 1936-1941 (ELS Editions, 2008 and 2012), and is currently completing her edition of “The New Collected Marianne Moore.”
  • Advisory Board Members
    • Robin Schulze, Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, University at Buffalo
    • Linda Leavell, Emerita Professor of English, Oklahoma State University
    • Elizabeth Fuller, Rosenbach Museum and Library, Collection Librarian
    • Patricia Willis, Emerita Elizabeth Wakeman Dwight Curator of the Collection of American Literature at the Beinecke Library, Yale University
  • OCR and Site Construction Director
    • Srirangaraj (Ranga) Setlur, Principal Research Scientist, Center for Unified Biometrics and Sensors (CUBS) and the Center of Excellence for Document Analysis and Recogntion (CEDAR), University at Buffalo
      • Setlur has published an edited book and several papers on topics related to handwritten OCR and creation of digital libraries and other technical development issues raised by the MMA. He has been awarded over 25 million dollars as PI or Co-PI from Federal, State and Industry sources for research on pattern recognition topics. He has also been awarded the University at Buffalo Outstanding Research Award.
  • Technical Director
    • Nikolaus Wasmoen, Postdoctoral Fellow in English and the Digital Humanities, University at Buffalo
      • Wasmoen recently earned his PhD in English from the University of Rochester, and is currently working on his first book project titled Editorial Modernism: T. S. Eliot, Marianne Moore, Ezra Pound. In addition to the MMDA, he is involved in several digital humanities projects, including the Committee on Digital Scholarship at the University at Buffalo, the William Blake Archive (BlakeArchive.org), and Modernist Networks (ModNets.org), which he serves as Project Manager.
  • Assistant Project Manager
    • Claire Nashar, PhD Candidate, Department of English, University at Buffalo
      • Nashar is an English Department PhD student in the Poetics Program at the University at Buffalo, SUNY. She worked for two years as the Curator of the online Australian Poetry Library, where she honed a variety of curatorial, editorial, technical, and organizational tools, including TEI markup. Nashar is writing an essay on Moore's indexes.
  • Current Volunteer Project Assistants
    • Heeba Kariapper, undergraduate student, University at Buffalo
  • Past Project Assistants
    • Brandon Boudreault, PhD candidate, Department of English, University at Buffalo
      • Boudreault is a second year PhD student at the University at Buffalo. His research interests include 20th and 21st century poetry and poetics with an emphasis on the lyric. Boudreault's current research focuses on Moore's use of quotation.
    • Shaun Nowicki, undergraduate student, University at Buffalo
  • Current Web Developers
    • Ed Sobczak, Center for Unified Biometrics and Sensors (CUBS) and the Center of Excellence for Document Analysis and Recogntion (CEDAR), University at Buffalo
  • Past Web Developers
    • Alok Asok, Master's student in Computer Science, University at Buffalo (2015-2016)
    • Karanjeet Singh, Master's student in Computer Science, University at Buffalo (2016)
    • Chaitanya Dineshkumar Brahmbhatt, Master's student in Computer Science, University at Buffalo (2016)