Benjamin Albritton

Affiliation: Stanford University Libraries

Sector: Library, Humanities, Academic

Country: United States

Twitter: bla222

Bio:
Benjamin Albritton is the the digital medieval projects manager in the Stanford University LIbraries Digital Library Systems and Services. In that role, his responsibilities include oversight of digitization of Stanford-held manuscript materials and external content and infrastructure development for a multi-institutional effort to build an interoperable digital medieval manuscript environment that can support a broad range of scholarly activities. He holds a PhD in medieval musicology from the University of Washington, worked on the Parker on the Web project to bring the contents of a medieval library to the web (http://www.parkerweb.stanford.edu), contributed content to the Exeter text archive of late-medieval French lyrics (http://www.jechante.ex.ac.uk/archive/), has helped to develop a web presence for the Medieval Song Network (http://w01.msndcms.wf.ulcc.ac.uk/), and is contributing in both scholarly and technical ways to two new projects devoted to the works of fourteenth-century French poet and composer Guillaume de Machaut.

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