Matthew Aiello graduated from Stanford in June of 2015 with a B.A.H. in English Literature and a focus in Medieval Studies. He completed a Masters degree in Medieval English at Worcester College, University of Oxford in 2016 and a Latin Fellowship at UCLA in 2017. He is about to complete his doctoral research at the University of Pennsylvania, exploring Early English texts from the perspective of trauma theory. He worked on "Global Currents" for most of its duration. He is afraid of butterflies.
Celena Allen was the Project Manager for the Stanford Global Currents project and now works in the Stanford University Development Office.
Jaye Boissiere was a Stanford sophomore when she began working as a research assistant on "Global Currents."
Liz Fischer majored in CS+English, with a particular interest in Book History. She is completing a doctoral degree at the University of Texas, Austin. In her free time, Liz enjoys knitting, playing guitar, and board games.
Jasmine Guillory majored in CS + History with concentrations in Human-Computer Interaction and Africa, respectively.
Jaclyn majored in International Relations with a concentration in Social Development and Human Well-Being and a regional focus in Africa. She also minored in Theater and Performance Studies with a concentration in Dance.
Lindsay majored in American Studies with a concentration in Identity and Media.
Aisha majored in International Relations with a minor in Arabic.
Elaine Treharne is the Principal Investigator on the Global Currents project and Director of Stanford Text Technologies.