The Association for Documentary Editing announces the roster of participants for the 2015 Institute for the Editing of Historical Documents to be held 13–17 June in Lincoln, Nebraska.
The participants will include:
Diane Biunno (Project Associate, Historic Images, New Technologies (HINT), Historical Society of Pennsylvania)
Mark R. Cheathem (Associate Professor of History, The Papers of Martin Van Buren, Cumberland University)
Kerry A. Dahm (Editorial and Research Assistant, The Papers of Thomas Jefferson: Retirement Series, Thomas Jefferson Foundation)
Lucinda L. Damon-Bach (Professor of English, The Letters of Catharine Maria Sedgwick, Salem State University)
Andrew J. B. Fagal (Assistant Editor, The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Princeton University)
Tobah M. Gass (Independent Scholar of Ecology/Environmental History, Florence Merriam Bailey: The New Mexico Journals)
Bryan Grove (Assistant Editor, Hemingway Letters Project, Pennsylvania State University)
David W. Grua (Historian and Documentary Editor, The Joseph Smith Papers, Church History Library, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints)
Robb K. Haberman (Associate Editor, The Selected Papers of John Jay, Columbia University)
Melinda Marie Jetté (Associate Professor of History, Pierre Charles Fournier de Saint-Amant’s Voyages en Californie et dans l’Orégon, Franklin Pierce University)
Mitch Kachun (Professor of History, The World of Col. J. O. Midnight: An Overlooked African American Journalist in the Era of the “New Negro,” Western Michigan University)
Patricia Larson Kalayjian (Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies, The Letters of Catharine Maria Sedgwick, California State University Dominguez Hills)
Rachel M. A. Manuszak (Graduate Student Research Intern, Lone Woman and the Last Indians Digital Archive, Center for Digital Humanities, University of South Carolina)
Aaron McArthur (Assistant Professor of History and Public History Program Director, Missions to the Lamanite, Arkansas Tech University)
Christopher M. Parsons (Assistant Professor of History, The Jesuit Relations: A Digital Edition, Northeastern University)
Pamela Pierce (Digital Library Coordinator and Archivist, Theodore Roosevelt Center Digital Library, Dickinson State University)
Marc Rice (Professor of Music, Race, Music, and the Press: Black Music in the Midwest Media, 1865–1938, Truman State University)
Nicole M. Robinson (Ph.D. Candidate in Historical Musicology, Amy Beach’s Cabildo: An American Opera, Florida State University)
Safa Saraçoğlu (Associate Professor of History, Editing Düstur: A Crucial Nineteenth-Century Ottoman Legal Codex, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania)
Sandra L. Standish (Access Services Supervisor / M.A. Student in History, Angie Bingham Gilbert: A Life in Two Cities, Central Michigan University)
The Editing Institute Admissions Committee for 2015 consisted of Bob Karachuk, the current ADE education director; Beth Luey, the immediate past ADE education director; and Neal E. Millikan, assistant editor of the Papers of George Washington at Mount Vernon and the University of Virginia.
The Institute for the Editing of Historical Documents is administered by the ADE under a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC), an affiliate of the National Archives.
For more on the Editing Institute, please visit the ADE website at Institute for the Editing of Historical Documents or e-mail Bob Karachuk, ADE Education Director, at ade‑firstname.lastname@example.org.