About the Project
One of the most exciting aspects of this project is the collaboration that has taken place across departments and disciplines in the University. The success of this project is owed to the hard work of librarians, faculty, graduate and undergraduate students, as well as the interest and support of community members and organizations. Funding for the digitization equipment for this project was generously provided by the Scottish Studies Foundation and the Jane Grier Family Foundation.
Melissa McAfee - Co-director
J. Andrew Ross - Co-director
Ashley Shifflett McBrayne
Student Contributors from University of Guelph HIST*4170 (Exploring Digital Humanities)
Hailey Arts, Ross Baird, Adrienne Briggs, Taylor Bulstrode, Jeremy Dechert, Sarah Marynowicz, Nathan McCabe, Nicholas Miniaci, Cameron Wheaton, and Marc Williams.