Quinn Dombrowski


Quinn Dombrowski is the Academic Technology Specialist in the Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages, and in the Library, at Stanford University. Quinn has a BA/MA in Slavic Linguistics from the University of Chicago, and an MLIS from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Quinn serves as co-President of the Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH), and advocates for greater engagement with non-English digital humanities.


Quinn Dombrowski ist Academic Technology Specialist in der Abteilung für Literaturen, Kulturen und Sprachen der Bibliothek der Stanford University. Quinn besitzt einen BA/MA in slawischer Linguistik von der University of Chicago und einen MLIS von der University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. Quinn ist Ko-Vorsitzende der Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH) und setzt sich für eine stärkere Beschäftigung mit nicht-englischen digitalen Geisteswissenschaften ein.

Stefania Gallini


Stefania Gallini (Ph.D. History of the Americas, Università degli Studi di Genova IT, MA Area Studies (Latin America), University of London, BA Political Science Università degli Studi di Milano) is an associate professor since 2005 in the Department of History of the National University of Colombia in Bogotá and director of its Laboratory of Historical Cartography and Digital History (LabCaHID). Her research and teaching fields are Environmental History, Digital History, and Latin American History. Critical Archival Thinking is from where she looks at Historical Methods and Archival practices. She is co-founder of the Latin American and Caribbean Society of Environmental History -SOLCHA, and of the Colombian Network of Digital Humanities – RedCHD. She was a visiting scholar at the University of Turin (2020), a fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies at the University of Bologna (2014), at the Rachel Carson Center for the Environment and Society in Munich-Germany (2010) and at the Bogliasco Foundation in Genoa-Italy (2001). She received distinctions from the Faculty of Human Sciences of the National University for her outstanding teaching (2021) and research (2015). Her current research project is entitled “Codazzi Digital”, based on Agustín Codazzi’s cartographic collection in Turin, Italy. She has been close to the System of Missional Information of the Truth Commission (CEV) in Colombia since its beginning and is now part of the network of allies of the Legacy of the CEV.

Resume and publications at unal.academia.edu/StefaniaGallini


Stefania Gallini (Ph.D. Historia de las Américas, Università degli Studi di Genova IT, MA Area Studies (Latin America), University of London, BA Ciencias Políticas Università degli Studi di Milano) es profesora asociada desde el 2005 en el Departamento de Historia de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia en Bogotá y directora de su Laboratorio de Cartografía Histórica e Historia Digital LabCaHID. Sus campos de investigación y docencia son la Historia ambiental, la Historia digital y la Historia de América Latina. El Pensamiento crítico archivístico es la perspectiva desde la cual mira los Métodos históricos y la práctica archivística. Gallini es co-fundadora de la Sociedad Latinoamericana y Caribeña de Historia Ambiental -SOLCHA, y de la Red Colombiana de Humanidades Digitales. Ha sido visiting scholar en la Universidad de Turín (2020), fellow del Instituto de Estudios Avanzados de la Universidad de Bologna (2014), del Rachel Carson Center for the Environment and Society en Munich-Alemania (2010) y de la Bogliasco Foundation en Genova-Italia (2001). Ha recibido distinciones de la Facultad de Ciencias Humanas de la Universidad Nacional por su docencia destacada (2021) y recorrido investigativo (2015). Su actual proyecto de investigación se titula “Codazzi Digital”, basado en el fondo documental cartográfico de Agustín Codazzi conservado en Turín, Italia. Ha estado cerca del Sistema de Información Misional de la Comisión de la Verdad (CEV) en Colombia desde sus inicios e integra la red de aliados del Legado de la CEV.

Hoja de vida y publicaciones en unal.academia.edu/StefaniaGallini

Amalia S. Levi


Amalia S. Levi is an archivist and cultural heritage professional working with the non-profit HeritEdge Connection. She has worked in numerous projects processing and digitizing archival collections. She has Master’s degrees in History; Library Science; and Museum Studies. Her research focuses on ‘unearthing’ marginalized people, who are usually invisible in archives, by weaving together different types of information to go beyond archival documents. She is passionate for public outreach work that engages the public with digitized collections. Amalia is currently conducting doctoral research at the University of Bonn’s Center for Dependency and Slavery Studies on the community of enslaved in Jewish households in Bridgetown, Barbados.


Amalia S. Levi es una archivista y profesional del patrimonio cultural que trabaja con la organización sin fines de lucro HeritEdge Connection. Ha trabajado en numerosos proyectos de procesamiento y digitalización de colecciones de archivo. Tiene maestrías en historia, archivología, y museología. Su investigación se centra en „descubrir“ a las personas marginadas, que suelen ser invisibles en los archivos, entretejiendo diferentes tipos de información para ir más allá de los documentos de archivo. Le apasiona el trabajo de divulgación que involucra al público con colecciones digitalizadas. Amalia actualmente está realizando su investigación doctoral en el Centro de Estudios de Dependencia y Esclavitud de la Universidad de Bonn sobre la comunidad de esclavos en hogares judíos en Bridgetown, Barbados, del siglo XVIII.

Sebastian Majstorovic


Sebastian Majstorovic works as the IT Consultant for Digital Humanities at the Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage (ACDH-CH) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna. He is also a PhD candidate at the Department of History of the European University Institute in Florence, Italy. Sebastian received a BA in History & Film Studies from Queen Mary, University of London and an International MA in History & Society from the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London. He serves on the steering committee of the Europeana Ukraine Working Group and curates Tempopedia.org, an online directory of Digital History tools and collections.


Sebastian Majstorovic arbeitet als IT Consultant für Digital Humanities am Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage (ACDH-CH) der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften in Wien. Er ist außerdem Doktorand am Institut für Geschichte des Europäischen Hochschulinstituts in Florenz, Italien. Sebastian besitzt einen Bachelor in History & Film Studies von der Queen Mary, University of London und einen internationalen Master in History & Society von der School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London. Er gehört dem Lenkungsausschuss der Europeana Ukraine-Arbeitsgruppe an und ist Kurator von Tempopedia.org, einem Online-Verzeichnis von Tools und Sammlungen für Digitale Geschichte.

Emmanuel Ngue Um


Dr Emmanuel Ngue Um is Associate Professor of Linguistics and Digital Humanities at the University of Yaoundé 1. Since 2018, he is on secondment as Head of the Department of Cameroonian Languages and Cultures at the Higher Teacher Training College of the University of Bertoua, in the Eastern part of Cameroon. He serves on the governance committees of the Endangered Languages Project and Humanistica, the French Association of Digital Humanities. He has worked extensively on Language Documentation in Cameroon between 2010 and 2021, firstly as a research mate in the Bakola project funded within the DOBES initiative, and secondly as the Principal Investigator for the Bati project funded by the Endangered Languages Documentation Programme. He is a member of the Editorial Board of the IJHAC (International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing) and the Journal of Digital History. His current research focuses on tone encoding using the TEI framework (he is invited to give the closing keynote lecture theron, during the 2022 annual conference of the TEI consortium), Rule-Based Machine Translation and voice recognition technologies for African languages, with recent projects on Ewondo and Basaa languages. He is one of the two guest editors for the special issue of IJHAC which will be published in October 2022 under the title “This is Where You Will Find Me: The Current State of Digital Humanities in Africa”.


Dokta Ngué Um ayii ndegi yada ipam nkum-malét i ntjep u litoñol mahop, ni Humanités numériques, i mabôñ-suglu nu bisu i Yaônde. Ibôdôl i nwii 2018, abiôma kiki nnit-bôlô ni nkena juu li yigil i mahop ni Mbog i maloñ ma Kamerun, i suglu ikeñi impémés balét, i mabôñ-suglu nu Bertoua, i kéndi i Likôl i Kamerun. Ayé jô yada ikédé jimb li nson li Yum i nson le Langues en Danger, ni li yum i nson le Humanistica nu ayé yum i nson inyu mahol ma Humanités numériques i bipes bi mbok bi mbôñôl hop u pulasi. Abisal iba bé noy inyu litédés mahop i Kamerun, ibôdôl i nwii 2010 ipam i nwii 2021, pok, kiki mbôn-litédés hop u Bakola ni mahola ma DOBES, iba, kiki nyéga nu bisu i litédés hop u Bati, ni mahôla ma Endangered Languages Documentation Programme (ELDP). Ayé jô i gwum bi lipémés bikaat biyé môl le IJHAC (International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing) ni Journal of Digital History. Minson mi ndoñol-yi mi ansal i dilo dini, mibéngege hop Basaa ni hop Yaônde, miyé limage makiñ ni likenge li TEI (inyu hala nyen ayé nséblaga ikwel nkwel u masugul ma nlume likoda li yum i nson i TEI munu i nwii 2022 unu), lihôlôs malaglene ma mahop, ntôñ ni likenge li hôlôs makiñ inyu mahop ma Afrika lôñni mahôla ma kihoo-ño-sélél. Ayé ki wada ikédé bayéga lipémés ntolok u kaat wada u yum le IJHAC, ugapémés i sôn biôôm i nwii 2022 unu, ibanga ño-bitilna le « Hana nyen ugakôbôl me:  Hee homa mahol ma Humanités numériques matééne i Afrika ?»

Lauren Tilton


Lauren Tilton is an Associate Professor of Digital Humanities in the Department of Rhetoric & Communication Studies. Her research focuses on analyzing, developing, and applying digital and computational methods to the study of 20th and 21st century documentary expression and visual culture. Tilton’s first book Humanities Data in R: Exploring Networks, Geospatial Data, Images and Texts built off work applying digital humanities to the study of photography for the digital, public humanities project Photogrammar (photogrammar.org), which she directs. Her scholarship has appeared in journals such as American Quarterly, Digital Humanities Quarterly, and Digital Scholarship in the Humanities. Her work has received support from ACLS, CLIR, NEH, and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and she recently finished a stint at a researcher with the Library of Congress as a part of the Computing Cultural Heritage in the Cloud Initiative. She is the co-editor of Debates in the Digital Humanities series volume on computational humanities (University of Minnesota Press) as well as co-author of Layered Lives: Rhetoric and Representation in the Southern Life History Project (Stanford University Press) and Distant Viewing (The MIT Press), which are forthcoming. She received her PhD in American Studies from Yale University.


Lauren Tilton est professeure agrégée en humanités numériques au sein du département des études de rhétorique et de communication. Ses recherches portent sur l’analyse, le développement, et l’application de méthodes numériques et informatiques à l’étude de la culture visuelle des XXe et XXIe siècles. Le premier livre de Tilton, Humanities Data in R : Exploring Networks, Geospatial Data, Images and Texts est le fruit de son travail d’application des humanités numériques à l’étude de la photographie pour le projet d’humanités publiques numériques Photogrammar (photogrammar.org), qu’elle dirige. Ses travaux ont été publiés dans des revues telles que American Quarterly, Digital Humanities Quarterly et Digital Scholarship in the Humanities. Ses travaux ont été soutenus par le American Council of Learned Societies, le National Endowment for the Humanities et The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, et elle a récemment terminé un séjour de recherche à la Library of Congress dans le cadre de l’initiative „Computing Cultural Heritage in the Cloud“. Elle est coéditrice du volume de la série Debates in the Digital Humanities sur les humanités informatiques (University of Minnesota Press) ainsi que coautrice de Layered Lives : Rhetoric and Representation in the Southern Life History Project (Stanford University Press) et Distant Viewing (The MIT Press), qui seront publiés prochainement. Elle a obtenu son doctorat en études américaines à l’université de Yale.

Andrey Volodin


Andrei Volodin is Associate Professor at the Department of Historical Information Science, History Faculty, Moscow State University. PhD in Russian History (2006).

Member of the Russian “History and Computing Association”, member of the European Association for Digital Humanities (EADH), member of the Economic History Association (EHA, USA), member of the European Historical Economics Society (EHES). Executive secretary of the network “History and Art History” of the international conference “Lomonosov” (since 2002).

Author and tutor of the courses “Internet Heuristics for Historians” (since 2004), “Digital History: Problems, Technologies, Solutions” (since 2010), “Digital Humanities: Challenges of Interdisciplinarity in the Context of the Digital Turn” (since 2015), “Public history in the digital age” (since 2018).
Co-editor of ‘digital’ issues of Russian electronic journal “Istorija” (History: # 41, 51, 61, 89).

Project leader of “Digital Humanities Research Institute” at Siberian Federal University (since 2021).

Research interests – historical information science, public history, digital history, biographical and prosopographical studies, global social and economic modern history.


Андрей Володин – доцент кафедры исторической информатики исторического факультета МГУ. Кандидат исторических наук (2006 г.).

Член ассоциации «История и компьютер», член Европейской ассоциации цифровой гуманитаристики (EADH), член Ассоциации экономической истории (EHA, США), член Европейского общества исторической экономики (EHES). Ответственный секретарь секции „История и история искусства“ международной конференции «Ломоносов» (с 2002 г.).

Автор и разработчик курса «Интернет-эвристика для историков» (2004), «Цифровая история (digital history): проблемы, технологии, решения» (2010), «Цифровая гуманитаристика (Digital Humanities): вызовы междисциплинарности в контексте цифрового поворота» (2015), «Публичная история в цифровую эпоху» (2018).

Редактор «цифровых» выпусков электронного научно-образовательного журнала «История» (№ 41, 51, 61, 89).

Области научных интересов — историческая информатика, цифровая история, публичная история, биографика, просопография, социальная и экономическая история России и мира в XIX-XX вв.