Director

Laura Mandell

Laura Mandell is the Director of the Center of Digital Humanities and Research (CoDHR) and Professor of English at Texas A&M University. For more information, see here.


Project Manager

Kayley Hart

Kayley Hart is an MA student in English Literature at Texas A&M University. Her areas of interest are Women’s and Gender Studies, Victorian Studies, and Digital Humanities. Formerly a Student Worker for The Feminist Controversy, she now works as the Project Manager and Student Coordinator.


Programmers

Bryan Tarpley

Bryan Tarpley is the Lead Software Applications Developer at CoDHR. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and a Ph.D. in English, and is interested in contemporary literature and theory.


Student Workers

Jory Banda

Jory Banda is a senior English major. After graduation she hopes to apply to graduate school to get her MA in English and become a successful editor-in-chief of a magazine. Her areas of interest are Digital Humanities, Latino/a literature, and twentieth century literature. Jory is currently a student worker on The Feminist Controversy and helps to transcribe and curate data.



Danielle Snow

Danielle Snow is a student at Texas A&M University, working on her BA in English Literature and Pre-Law Certificate with the Philosophy department. She currently assists in transcribing and curating data for The Feminist Controversy.


Previous Team Members

Project Managers: Caitlin Brenner, Megan Pearson, and Deanna Stover

Graduate Research Assistants: Janvi Palan (Programmer)

Student Workers: Salma Chaidez, Patricia Fetter, Kayla Richard, Nicole Le, Hannah Livergood, Megan Price, Laura Toler, Natalie Trial, and Megan Whitworth