Project Team


Project Director

Joshua Kotin (2014 – present)


Technical Lead

Rebecca Sutton Koeser (2017 – present)


Senior Researcher

Ian Davis (2018 – present)


Project Manager

Camey VanSant (2020 – 2021)

Cate L. Mahoney (2019 – 2020)

Elspeth A. Green (2016 – 2019)


Project Coordinator

Rebecca Munson (2016 – present)


User Experience Designer

Gissoo Doroudian (2019 – present)

Xinyi Li (2016 – 2019)


Web Developer

Nick Budak (2018 – present)

Benjamin W. Hicks (2017 – 2019)


Database Designer

Jean Bauer (2017)


Researchers

Carl Adair (2014 – 2016)

Serena Alagappan (2018 – 2019)

Paige Elizabeth Allen (2020)

Oliver J. Browne (2016)

Harriet Calver (2014 – 2016)

Jin Chow (2015 – 2017)

Ian Davis (2015 – 2018)

Ara Eagan (2019 – 2020)

Currie Engel (2018)

Violet Gautreau (2020 – present)

Alex Gjaja (2020)

Elspeth A. Green (2014 – 2016)

Isaac Hart (2020)

Madeleine E. Joelson (2016)

Carolyn Kelly (2018 – 2019)

Sara Krolewski (2018 – 2019)

Ellie Maag (2018 – 2019)

Elizabeth Macksey (2020)

Cate L. Mahoney (2015 – 2019)

Francesca Mancino (2020)

Mary K. Naydan (2016 – 2017)

Sally Root (2020)

Isabel Ruehl (2018 – 2019)

Sylvie Thode (2018 – 2019)

Katherine Vandermel (2020)


Founders

Joshua Kotin

Jesse D. McCarthy

Clifford E. Wulfman


The Project, originally titled “Mapping Expatriate Paris,” was founded in 2014 by Joshua Kotin, Jesse D. McCarthy (Project Manager), and Clifford E. Wulfman (Technical Lead). An overview of the project was available at mep.princeton.edu from 2016 to 2019 with a map created by Moacir P. de Sá Pereira.

Site Content

All composite images of Shakespeare and Company ephemera were created by Xinyi Li with assistance from Gabriel Swift and Special Collections. All photographs of Sylvia Beach are by Gisèle Freund unless otherwise noted. The original image of Shakespeare was most likely designed by Charles Winzer. All written content on the website was co-authored by the Project team unless otherwise noted.

Acknowledgements

Three books have been vital to our work on the Shakespeare and Company Project: Sylvia Beach's Shakespeare and Company (1959); Noel Riley Fitch's Sylvia Beach and the Lost Generation: A History of Literary Paris in the Twenties and Thirties (1983); and Keri Walsh's The Letters of Sylvia Beach (2010).

We thank the following institutions at Princeton for financial support: The Center for Digital Humanities; the Office of the Dean for Research and the Innovation Fund for New Ideas in the Humanities; the Humanities Council and the David A. Gardner '69 Magic Grants; the Princeton-Mellon Initiative in Architecture, Urbanism, and the Humanities; and the Office of the Dean of Faculty and the University Committee on Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences.

We thank the following people at Princeton for research and technical support: Alexis Antracoli, Matthew Chandler, Faith Charlton, Esmé Cowles, Brianna Cregle, Natalia Ermolaev, Stephen Ferguson, Peter Green, Regine Heberlein, Kimberly Leaman, John Logan, Meredith Martin, Sarah Meadows, Roel Munoz, AnnaLee Pauls, Elizabeth Samios, Don Skemer, Jon Stroop, Gabriel Swift, Squirrel Walsh, and Grant Wythoff.

We thank the following researchers for advice and corrections: Helmut G. Asper, A. Scott Berg, James Newton Chadwick, Andra Chiculita, Jean-Christophe Cloutier, Lara Curtis, Ronan Crowley, Moacir P. de Sá Pereira, Aaron Enright, Brent Hayes Edwards, Michael Frost, Matt Huculak, Cherie Jacobson, Mark Jesperson, Eric Parrish, Yvonne Patch, Barry Pateman, Robert Spoo, Nick ter Wal, Liliane Weissberg, Vivien Whelpton, and Ethelene Whitmire.

We thank Princeton University Library Special Collections for access to the Sylvia Beach Papers.

Cite this document

“Credits.” Shakespeare and Company Project, version 1.5.0. Center for Digital Humanities, Princeton University. October 21, 2019. http://shakespeareandco.princeton.edu/about/credits/. Accessed April 19, 2021.