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Principal Research Team:
Principal Investigator: Dr. Erika Boeckeker, Associate Professor of English, Northeastern University
Web and Database Designer: Avery Blankenship, Ph.D. student, Northeastern University
Project Manager: Caroline Grand, Ph.D. student, Northeastern University
Resource Coordinator: Vijeta Saini, Ph.D. student, Northeastern University

Collaborators:
Niyanta Sangal, graduate student, Panjab University
-under the direction of Dr. Harpreet Pruthi, Professor of English and Cultural Studies, Panjab University
Dr. Kathryn Santos, Assistant Professor of English, Trinity University
Dr. Tanya Zhelezcheva, Associate Professor of English, Queensborough Community College

Funding
This project received grant funding from Northeastern University’s College of Social Sciences and Humanities (CSSH) COVID-19 Research and Engagement Initiative (2020-2021).

Digital Editions
This site uses the Folger Shakespeare Library’s digital editions of The Winter’s Tale and King Lear, edited by Barbara Mowat and Paul Werstine and made available for public reuse under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported license. Changes made to the texts include deletion of images, extra spaces between lines, as well as line numbers for every line (we use line numbers for every five lines, instead). All of these modifications were made to make the plays both easier to read for our project as well as to allow them to display on our Drupal site.

Web Design
Logo: Anna Olivia Smith
Text Editing: Sisira Mandapaka
Annotator and Annotation Modules: Lacuna Stories v 1.0 (http://www.lacunastories.com/)
Some slight modifications were made to both of these modules but only to ensure that the modules would run smoothly on our installation of Drupal. Some of these modifications include changing calls to jQuery as well as the way Reply links were generated on annotations.

The research team would like to acknowledge the invaluable insight, mentorship, support, and encouragement of Dr. Amanda Visconti, Dr. Sarah Connell at the NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks.

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