Officers, Associates & Volunteers

People

[First published on our first website on 19 April 2006, with updates there and here]

The Research Group on Manuscript Evidence has Trustees, Officers, Associates, Advisers, and Volunteers, who contribute expertise, skills, materials, services, and funding to our work and activities.

We also have Subscribing Donors for our Bulletin ShelfLife and Sponsors & Benefactors who donate funding for the publication of the Bulletin and for other aspects of our work.  We list, as they wish, the names of our Sponsors & Benefactors, both individual and institutional, in our Bulletin and on the Posters, Announcements, and Programs of our Symposia, Colloquia, Workshops, Exhibitions, Receptions, and other Events.

Officers, Associates, and Volunteers participate in various ways in our many activities, projects, events, and publications, both online and in print, as well as in the maintenance of the organization as a nonprofit educational corporation. These contributions are recorded for our Events, Activities at the Annual International Congress on Medieval Studies, Publications, Blogs, and in our website as a whole.

Here we list, with heartfelt thanks, our Contributors and Donors in funding and in kind.

Executive Director

Dr. Mildred Budny (Mildred Budny — Her Page, Mildred Budny at academia.edu, and Mildred Budny at LinkedIn.com)

Board of Trustees

Dr. Adelaide Bennett, Index of Christian Art Emerita, Princeton University (formerly “http://ica.princeton.edu/staff.php for Index Staff and their Interests”, now Adelaide Bennett)
Dr. Mildred Budny, Research Group on Manuscript Evidence, Princeton (see above)
Prof. Emeritus Raymond J. Cormier, Longwood University, Farmville, Virginia (Raymond Joseph Cormier Personal Papers)
Prof. Richard K. Emmerson, Department of Art History, Florida State University (Richard Emmerson)
Dr. David Ganz, Darwin College, University of Cambridge (David Ganz)
Prof. Emeritus Robert C. Mathiesen, Department of Slavic Studies, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island (Robert Mathiesen)

James Marrow and Giles Constable at the Meeting of the Honorary Trustees of the Research Group on Manuscript Evidence, 13 December 2013

James Marrow and Giles Constable, Honorary Trustees’ Meeting 2013 (Photography © Mildred Budny)

Honorary Trustees

Prof. Emeritus Giles Constable, School of Historical Studies, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton (Giles Constable)
Dr. Colum P. Hourihane, London, United Kingdom (Colum P. Hourihane)
Prof. Emeritus James H. Marrow, Department of Art & Archaeology, Princeton University (James Marrow)

Webmaster

Prof. Emeritus Jesse D. Hurlbut, Department of French & Italian, Brigham Young University (Jesse D. Hurlbut Home Page)

Publications Committee

Dr. Mildred Budny (Editor-in-Chief of Publications)
Dr. Adelaide Bennett, Index of Christian Art, Princeton University (Index Staff and their Interests)
Prof. Emeritus Richard K. Emmerson, Department of English, Manhattan College (see above)
Dr. Colum Hourihane, London, United Kingdom (Colum P. Hourihane)
Prof. Emeritus Jesse D. Hurlbut, Department of French & Italian, Brigham Young University (Jesse D. Hurlbut Home Page)
Prof. Emerita Suzanne Lewis, Department of Art & Art History, Stanford University
Prof. Jeff Massey, Royal English Department, Molloy College, Rockville Center, New York (Jeff Massey)
Prof. Asa Simon Mittman, Department of Art and Art History, California State University, Chico (About Me Asa Simon Mittman)
Prof. Emeritus Robert D. Stevick, Department of English, University of Washington (Robert Stevick Home Page)
Jim Tigwell, Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario (
jimtigwell.com)

Jesse Hurlbut holds his newly won manuscript leaf at the Kalamazoo Congress on 10 May 2014. (Photography by Mildred Budny)

Jesse Hurlbut at the 2014 Congress (Photography © Mildred Budny)

Honorary Associates

Prof. Sarah M. Anderson, English Department and Council for the Humanities, Princeton University ((Sarah M Anderson)
Prof. Charles Barber, Department of Art & Archaeology, Princeton University (Charles Barber)
Prof. Carl T. Berkhout, Department of English, University of Arizona, Tucson (Carl T. Berkhout)
Prof. Robert E. Bjork, Director, Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Arizona, Tempe (About Robert E. Bjork)
Prof. Rolf J. Bremmer, Jr., Centre for the Arts in Society, University of Leiden, The Netherlands (Rolf Bremmer and Rolf Hendrick Bremmer)
Prof. Herbert R. Broderick, III, Department of Art, Lehman College, City University of New York (Faculty: Herbert Broderick, III)
Prof. Gregory T. Clark, Department of Art and Art History, Sewanee: The University of the South (Greg Clark
Prof. Valerio Cappozzo, Department of Modern Languages, University of Mississippi (Valerio Cappozzo and Valerio Cappozzo)
Prof. Amelia Carr, Department of Art, Allegheny College, Meadville, Pennsylvania
Ms. Sarah Celentano, Department of Art and Art History, The University of Texas at Austin (Sarah Celentano)
Mr. Brian Chadwick, London, United Kingdom
Dr. László Sándor Chardonnens, Department of English Language and Culture, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands (Dr. László Sándor Chardonnens)
Prof. Celia Chazelle, Department of History, The College of New Jersey, Ewing (Celia Chazelle’s Home Page)
Dr. Alexey V. Chernetsov, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow
Dr. Eleanor Congdon, Department of History, Youngstown State University (Dr. Eleanor Congdon)
Prof. Emeritus Slobodan Ćurčić, Department of Art & Archaeology, Princeton University (Slobodan Ćurčić and Slobodan Ćurčić)
Prof. Florin Curta, Department of History, University of Florida, Gainesville (Florin Curta and Current Faculty Florin Curta)
Prof. Emerita Helen Damico, Department of English, University of New Mexico (Helen Damico)
Dr. Lisa Fagin Davis, Director, Medieval Academy of America, Cambridge, Massachusetts (Lisa Favin Davis and Lisa Fagin Davis at the California Rare Books School)
Martha E. Easton, Seaton Hall University (Martha Easton, Ph.D.)
Mr. Richard Emms, Diss, Norfolk, United Kingdom

Sándor Chardonnens exhibits the list of 'Cats in Alphabetical Dream Books' in his paper for the session on 'Predicting the Past' at the 2015 International Congress on Medieval Studies. Photography © Mildred Budny

Sándor Chardonnens & the Cats at the 2015 Congress

Dr. Claire Fanger, Department of Religious Studies, Rice University, Houston, Texas (Claire Fanger)
Dr. David H. Farmer, Reading, Berkshire, United Kingdom
Dr. Catherine Fernandez, Index of Christian Art, Princeton University (Index Staff and their Interests)
Mr. Rogelio Fernandez-Roho, Grants, New Mexico
Prof. Edgar Francis IV, Department of History, University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point (Edgar Francis)
Dr. Leslie J. French, Princeton
Prof. Richard Gameson, Department of History, Durham University, Durham, United Kingdom (Professor Richard Gameson)
Ioana Georgescu, Waterloo, Canada (Ioana Georgescu)
Prof. Emeritus Helmut Gneuss, Institut für Englische Philologie, University of Munich (Helmut Gneuss)
Prof. Emeritus Malcolm Godden, Pembroke College, Oxford (Malcolm Reginald Godden)
Prof. Timothy C. Graham, Department of History, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque (Timothy Graham and Timothy C. Graham Curriculum Vitae)
Dr. George D. Greenia, Department of Hispanic Studies, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia (George Greenia)
Dr. Mihai-D. Grigore, Abteilung für Abendländische Religionsgeschichte, Leibniz-Institut für Europäische Geschichte, Mainz (PD Dr. Mihai-D. Grigore and Michai-D. Grigore)
Prof. Scott Gwara, Department of English Language & Literature, University of South Carolina–Columbia and King Alfred’s Notebook LLC (Scott Gwara)
Prof. Barbara Haggh-Huglo, School of Music, University of Maryland, College Park (Barbara H. Haggh-Huglo)

Adelaide Bennett and Research Group Posters at 2014 International Congresss on Medieval Studies

Adelaide Bennett at the 2014 Congress

Coffee Break at the 2002 British Museum Colloquium.

At the 2002 Colloquium at the British Museum

Mrs. Catherine P. Hall, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Mr. Justin Hastings, Department of English, Loyola University Chicago
Dr. James P. Heidere, Princeton
Prof. Carole A. Hough, School of Critical Studies, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom (Prof Carole Hough)
Prof. Emeritus Jesse D. Hurlbut, Department of French & Italian, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah (Jesse D. Hurlbut Home Page)
Mr. David Immerman, Princeton
Dr. Trudy B. Jacoby, Visual Resources Collection, Department of Art & Archaeology, Princeton University (Trudy (Buxton) Jacoby)
Dr. Eric Johnston, Rare Books and Manusccript Library, The Ohio State University (Eric Johnston)
Prof. Christopher A. Jones, Department of English, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio (Christopher A. Jones)
Ms. Pamela G. Jones, Princeton
Prof. Robert Kaster, Department of Classics, Princeton University (Bob Kaster
Prof. Simon D. Keynes, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic and Trinity College, Cambridge (Simon Douglas Keynes and Professor Simon Keynes)
Prof. Susan M. Kim, Department of English, Illinois State University, Normal (Susan M. Kim)
Dr. George A. Kiraz, Gorgias Press, Beth Mardutho, and Department of New Eastern Studies, Princeton University (George Kiraz, George A. Kiraz, and George Kiraz)

A group gathers spontaneously to enjoy a Selfie at the Co-Sponsored Reception of the Research Group on Manuscript Evidence and the Index of Christian Art at the 2016 International Congress on Manuscript Studies. Photography © Mildred Budny.

At the Co-Sponsored Reception at the 2016 Congress

Dr. Beatrice Kitzinger, Department of Art & Archaeology, Princeton University (Beatrice Kitzinger)
Prof. Frank Klaassen, College of Arts & Science, University of Saskatchewan (Frank Klaassen and Frank Klaassen)
Prof. Aaron J Kleist, Department of English, Biola University, La Mirada, California (Aaron J Kleist)
Dr. Genevra Kornbluth, Kornbluth Photography (About the Photographer and Genevra Kornbluth)
Prof. Tadao Kubouchi, Teikyo University, Tokyo
Mrs. Gail Hill Kurman, Sarasota, Florida
Mrs. Diane Levell, Doylestown, Pennsylvania
Mr. James Levell, Doylestown, Pennsylvania

Jesse Meyer demonstrates the squirrel parchment prepared for the Research Group's Session, at the 51st International Congress on Medieval Studies. 13 May 2016. Photography © Mildred Budny

At our Session at the 2016 Congress.

Prof. Emerita Suzanne Lewis, Stanford University
Prof. Roy M. Liuzza, Department of English, University of Tennessee (R. M. Liuzza Home Page, Roy Liuzza and Roy Liuzza)
Ms. Evelyn Ann McEwan, Valley Mill Camp, Silver Spring, Maryland (Our Team and Evelyn McEwan)
Prof. Emerita Elizabeth Parker McLachlan, Chapel Hill, North Carolina (Elizabeth Parker McLachlan)
Prof. Meredith T. McMunn, Department of English, Rhode Island College, Providence, Rhode Island (Meradith McMunn)
Mr. William McMunn, Windham Center, Connecticut
Prof. Kathleen McVey, Department of History, Princeton Theological Seminary (Kathleen E. McVey)
Mr. Jesse Meyer, Pergamena, Montgomery, New York
Prof. Emeritus Richard Marsden, School of English, University of Nottingham (Richard Marsden, The University of Nottingham)
Prof. Jeff Massey, Molloy College, Rockville Center, New York (Dr. Jeff Massey)
Dean and Prof. E. Anne Matter, Department of Religious Studies, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia (The Home Page of E. Anne Matter)

Raymond Cormier in Farmville VA on 1 March 2006

Raymond Cormier in Farmville VA on 1 March 2006

Prof. Asa Simon Mittman, California State University, Chico (About Me Asa Simon Mittman)
Prof. Emeritus Karl F. Morrison, Department of History, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey (Karl F. Morrison)
Prof. Carol L. Neuman de Vegvar, Department of Fine Art, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio (Carol Neuman de Vegvar)
Prof. Astrid O’Brien, Fordham University, New York
Prof. Daí­bhí­ Ó Cróinín, Department of History, National University of Ireland, Galway (Daí­bhí­ Ó Cróinín and Prof. Daí­bhí­ Ó Cróinín)
Prof. Emeritus Thomas H. Ohlgren, Department of English, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana (Thomas Ohlgren)
Prof. Emerita Judith Oliver, Department of Art and Art History and Medieval & Renaissance Studies, Colgate University (Judith Oliver)
Dr. Pamela Patton, Index of Christian Art, Princeton University
(Pamela Patton)
Mr. A.E. Parker, The British Library, London

James Heidere with his RGME Associate's 'Diploma' with Photography by Mildred Budny

James Heidere with his RGME Associate’s ‘Diploma’

Prof. David Porreca, Department of Classical Studies, University of Waterloo, Canada (David Porreca)
Prof. Andrew Prescott, School of Critical Studies, University of Glasgow (Professor Andrew Prescott)
Dr. Nigel Ramsay, Department of Manuscripts, The British Library, London (Dr. Nigel Ramsay, Guest Curator, Folger Shakespeare Library)
Dr. Lynn Ransom, Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies, University of Pennsylvania (SIMS Staff and Lynn Ransom)
Dr. John H. Rassweiler
, The Rassweiler Collection, Princeton (Dr. John H. Rassweiler)
Prof. Helmut Reimitz
, Department of History, Princeton University (Helmut Reimitz)
Prof. Paul G. Remley
, Department of English, University of Washington, Seattle (Paul Remley)
Prof. Emerita Jane Rosenthal
, Barnard College and Columbia University, New York
Prof. Sharon M. Rowley
, English Department, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, Virginia (Sharon M. Rowley)
Dr. Alexander R. Rumble
, Reader in Palaeography, The University of Manchester (Dr Alexander Rumble – publications)
Prof. Philip G. Rusche
, English Department, University of Nevada, Las Vegas (Philip G. Rusche)

Geoffrey Russom stands beside his car in the parking lot behind Fetzer at the 51st International Congress on Medieval Studies. Photography The Speakers Respond at the 'Magic on the Page' Session at the 2016 International Congress on Medieval Studies. Poster set in RGME Bembino. Photography © Mildred Budny.

On the Drag Strip at the Medieval Congress 2016

Prof. Emeritus Geoffrey Russom, Department of English, Brown University, Providence (Geoffrey Russom)
Prof. Michael Ryan, Department of History, University of New Mexico (Michael Ryan)
Prof. Shuji Sato, Chuo University, Tokyo
Prof. Hans Sauer, Institut für Englische Philologie, University of Munich (Prof.Dr. Hans Sauer)
Dr. Henry D. Schilb, Index of Christian Art, Princeton University (Index Staff and their Interests)
Prof. Emeritus Thomas H. Seiler, Department of English, Western Michigan University
Dr. Barbara A. Shailor, Department of Classics, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut (Barbara A. Shailor, Senior Research Scholar and Senior Lecturer)
Dr. Dorothy M. Shepard, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York (Dorothy Shepard
Dr. Jennifer A.T. Smith, Department of English, Peppardine University, Malibu, California (Jennifer Smith
Dr. David W. Sorenson, Quincy, Massachusetts (David Sorenson and Meet the Staff at Pegasi Numismatics)
Prof. Carl P.E. Springer, Department of English Language and Literature, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville (Carl Springer’s Homepage
Richard Emmerson at Lincoln Center, with photography © Mildred BudnyDr. Alan M. Stahl, Firestone Library, Princeton University (Alan M. Stahl)
Prof. Goran Stanivukovič, Saint Mary’s University, Halifax, Nova Scotia (Goran V. Stanivukovic)
Prof. Emeritus Robert D. Stevick, Department of English, University of Washington, Seattle (Robert Stevick Home Page)
Dr. William P. Stoneman, Houghton Library, Harvard University, Boston (William Stoneman)
Dr. Christopher A. Stray, Swansea, United Kingdom
Prof. Emeritus Paul E. Szarmach, Western Michigan University (Paul E. Szarmach and Paul Szarmach)
Jim Tigwell, University of Waterloo, Ontario (jimtigwell.com)
Prof. Emeritus Toshiyuki Takamiya, Keio University, Tokyo
Prof. Jack Tannous, Department of History, Princeton University (Jack Tannous)
Prof. Larissa Tracy, Longwood University, Farmville, Virginia (Website of Larissa (Kat) Tracy)
Dr. William M. Voelkle, Medieval & Renaissance Manuscripts, The Morgan Library & Museum, New York (William Voelkle’s Blog)
Prof. Louis A. Waldman, Department of Art and Art History, University of Texas at Austin (Dr. Louis A. Waldman and Louis A. Waldman)
Mrs. Leslie E. Webster, The British Museum, London
Prof. Nigel E. Wilkins, Université de Paris-Sorbonne
Sir David Wilson, Isle of Man (Sir David Mackensie Wilson)
Mr. Sean M. Winslow, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto (larkvi.com)
Mr. Michael Wood, London (Michael Wood (historian))

Photograph of Ioana Georgescu at the 2014 Anniverary Reception, with photography by Mildred Budny

Ioana Georgescu at the 2014 Anniversary Reception

Advisors & Consultants

Ioana Georgescu, Waterloo, Canada (see above)
Mr. Thomas Jacoby, Princeton

Honorary Volunteers

Phillip A. Bernhardt-House, Skagit Valley College, Whidbey Island Campus, Washington
Sarah R. Kyle, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, Oaklahoma
Dr. Shelley MacLaren, Director, University Art Gallery, Sewanee:  The University of the South (Shelley MacLaren)
Derek Newman-Stille, Trent University, Ontario
Carl S. Pyrdum III, Yale University

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In Memoriam

We record our thanks, with esteem and remembrance.  Over time, we gather Memorials in testimony to their presence.

Trustee

Dr. Vivien A. Law (Lady Shackleton), Trinity College, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom (Law, Vivien Anne, Lady Shackleton (1954‒2002), lingustic scholar)

Associates

Photograph of Roger E. Reynolds (left) and others at our 'Editing' Colloquium (2003)

Roger E. Reynolds at our ‘Editing’ Colloquium (2003)

John, Lord Butterfield, Downing College, Cambridge, United Kingdom (John Butterfield, Baron Butterfield)
† Dr. Mike F. Challis, Hempnall, Norfolk, United Kingdom
Dr. Michel Huglo, Centre Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris (Michel Huglo, 1921–2012)
Prof. Sabine G. MacCormack, College of Arts and Letters, University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Indiana (Sabine MacCormack, 1941–2012)
Prof. Emeritus Malcolm Parkes, Keble College, University of Oxford (Malcolm B. Parkes, Palaeographer (1930‒2013))
† Prof. Emeritus Roger E. Reynolds
, Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, Toronto, Ontario (1936–2014) (Roger E. Reynolds, 1936‒2014 and In memoriam)
Mr. Richard J. Stibbs, Downing College, Cambridge
Prof. Emeritus John W. Williams, University of Pittsburgh (Obituary)
Mr. C. Patrick Wormald, Oxford University (Charles Patrick Wormald)

Vivien Law in her Garden in Cambridge, England,June 1996 Photograph © Mildred Budny

Vivien Law in her Cambridge Garden in June 1996 (Photograph © Mildred Budny)

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Photographs by Mildred Budny and by Raymond Cormier.

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