Professor Brant is co-Director of the Centre for Life-Writing Research, and Professor of Eighteenth-century Literature & Culture in the English Department at King’s College London. Clare is the project director for Strandlines.
Dr Wolf is the Lead Researcher for Strandlines. She is currently working as a Teaching Fellow in Life Writing at King's College London.
Dr Green is Reader in Human Geography at the Geography Department at King's College London.
Dr Dunn is Research Fellow for the Arts and Humanities eScience Support Centre (AHeSSCR). He works on a range of AHRC, JISC, EPSRC, and e-Science initiatives. In January 2011, he joined the Strandlines team as Project Manager.
Patricia Methven is Deputy Director of ISS and Director of Archives and Information Management at King's College London
Previous project staff
Dr Reimer was Development Manager for Community Infrastructures and e-Learning at the Centre for e-Research at King's College London. Torsten was the Principal Investigator for the Strandlines Digital Community project until August 2010.
Lorna Hughes is currently working as Chair of Digital Collections at the National Library of Wales. She previously worked as Deputy Director of the Centre for e-Research at King's College London. She was the Strandlines Project Manager until January 2011.
Strandlines Steering Group
Professor Clare Brant (Centre for Life-Writing Research; Department of English)
Professor Max Saunders (Centre for Life-Writing Research; Department of English)
Dr Stuart Dunn (Centre for e-Research)
Patricia Methven (Archives)
Dr David Green (Department of Geography)
Dr Hope Wolf (Centre for Life Writing Research; Centre for e-Research)
Dr Dorian Hayes (Cultural and Creative Industries)
Dr Mark Miodownik (Institute of Making)
Dr Ian Henderson (Menzies Centre; Department of English)
Dr Christine Kenyon-Jones (Press & Publications)
Dr Lindsay Allen (Department of Classics)
Dr Jane Sturges (Department of Management)
Professor Brian Hurwitz (Centre for Health & Humanities; English Department)
Dr Neil Vickers (Centre for Health and Humanities; English Department)
Professor Alan Read (Performance Foundation; Department of English)
Dr Sheila Anderson (Centre for e-Research)
Dr Ian McBride (Department of History)