Project Partners: Discovery Grant / Pilot Site

Steering Committee
Margery Sly – Temple University Libraries – Principal Investigator
Margaret Graham – Drexel University College of Medicine Legacy Center – co-Principal Investigator
Heather Willever-Farr – Historical Society of Pennsylvania – co-Principal Investigator
Laura Blanchard – PACSCL, ex officio
Project Partners
Content research and development
Christina Larocco
Academic Advisory Board
Kathleen Brown – University of Pennsylvania
Carol Faulkner – Syracuse University
Kim Gallon – Purdue University
Lori Ginzberg – Penn State University
Nancy Hewitt – Rutgers University
Allison Lange – Wentworth Institute of Technology
Lisa Levenstein – University of North Carolina
Beverly Palmer – Pomona College
Marion Roydhouse – Philadelphia University
Lauren Santangelo – Princeton University
Kathryn Kish Sklar – State University of New York/Binghamton
Technology Committee
Margaret Graham – Drexel University College of Medicine Legacy Center
Laurie Allen – University of Pennsylvania
Kate Lynch – University of Pennsylvania
Doreva Belfiore – Temple University
Holly Mengel – University of Pennsylvania
Emily Thaisrivongs – Haverford College
Holly Tomren – Drexel University
Heather Willever-Farr – Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Scott Ziegler – American Philosophical Society
Application Developer
Metadata Enhancement Contributors
Celia Caust-Ellenbogen
Kristina DeVoe
Anna Goslen
Skylar Harris
Cynthia Heider
Charlie Hersh
Annie Johnson
Sarah Leu
Brittany Long
Jessica Lydon
Steve Marti
Evan McGonagill
Chrissie Perella
Kaitlyn Pettengill
Chelsea Reed
Chloe Rotman
Fiscal Agent

Historical Society of Pennsylvania

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The Pilot Phase/Phase I of the “In Her Own Right” project has been made possible in part by a Humanities Collections and Reference Resources Foundations Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities: Celebrating 50 Years of Excellence. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed on project sites or by project staff do not necessarily represent those of the NEH.