Roger Schonfeld | James F. Williams | GladysAnn Wells | Bernard Schutz | Sayeed Choudhury | Lorraine J. Haricombe | Andrew McLaughlin | Clifford Lynch | Stephen G. Nichols
| Mark A. Greene | Donald J. Waters | Alice Prochaska | G. Wayne Clough | Ian E. Wilson
Stephen G. Nichols
James M. Beall Professor of French & Humanities and Chair, German & Romance Languages and Literatures
Johns Hopkins University
Stephen G. Nichols is the James M. Beall Professor of French & Humanities and Chair, German & Romance Languages and Literatures, Johns Hopkins University.
specializes in medieval literature in its relations with history, philosophy, and history of art.
A Fellow of the Medieval Academy of America, he is also a Senior Fellow of the School of Criticism and Theory, which he directed from 1995 to 2001.
Author, editor, and co-editor of twenty-four books, Nichols conceived and is co-director of a project creating digital surrogates of medieval manuscripts at the Milton S. Eisenhower Library of Johns Hopkins.
The project is currently working with the Bibliothèque Nationale de France
to ingest more than 130 manuscripts of the Romance of the Rose to complement those already on the site.
has lectured and written on digital scholarship in the Humanities, e.g., "From Parchment to Cyberspace," "Digital Scholarship, What's all the Fuss?
"'Born Medieval:' Manuscripts in the Digital Scriptorium," "Manuscripts and Digital Surrogates: Sibling or Counterfeit?
and "There's an Elephant in the Room: Digital Scholarship and Scholarly Prejudice.
He currently serves as Chair of the CLIR Board of Directors.