AFF Staff


Professor Susan Schreibman
Director of An Foras Feasa
Professor of Digital Humanities
Professor Schreibman specialises in digital scholarly editing, text encoding, metadata, digital preservation, as well as Irish poetic modernism. Her current research projects include Letters of 1916, Contested Memories: The Battle of Mount Street Bridge, and DixIT.

Jennifer Kelly

Dr. Jennifer Kelly
Project Officer
Jennifer Kelly specialises in digital history, associational culture, crime and society, and nineteenth century social history.

 Anne Markey2Dr. Anne Markey
Teaching Fellow
Anne Markey is a Teaching Fellow in AFF  conducting Irish Studies classes for international students. Her current research focuses on literary recourse to Irish folklore and early children’s literature.

CP_PhotosDr. Konstantinos Papadopoulos
Postdoctoral Fellow in Digital Humanities
Konstantinos Papadopoulos specialises in cultural heritage, 3D recording, visualisation, simulation and analysis, and in theoretical approaches to archaeology, heritage, and computational methods.

Padraic Stack
Digital Humanities Support Officer, An Foras Feasa and John Paul II Library

Padraic Stack specialises in digital humanities, representation of history online, the enrichment of archives, collection and distribution of informal histories, digital preservation, and technology in libraries.

Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities – Ireland  (DARIAH-IE)


Meredith DabekMeredith Dabek
Research Assistant

Meredith is the Research Assistant for DARIAH-IE. DARIAH promotes and increases awareness of digital arts and humanities research, projects, tools and best practices within Ireland and the European-wide Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities.

 Digital Repository of Ireland

charleneCharlene McGoohan
DRI Requirements Manager
Charlene McGoohan specialises in digital humanities, modelling data for humanities research, digitisation of cultural heritage objects, metadata generation of cultural heritage objects, mobile applications development.


Agustina2Agustina Martínez-García
Postdoctoral researcher
Agustina Martínez is a software engineer on the DRI project with An Foras Feasa. Her areas of interest are research digital archiving, metadata standards and data documentation, semantic web technologies, interdisciplinary and collaborative software design

Letters 1916


William Buck at Allen Library2William Buck
PostDoctoral Researcher, Letters 1916
William Buck is a Digital Repository of Ireland (DRI) Postdoctoral Researcher working on the Letters of 1916 project.  His research interests are Modern History; Ireland and the First World War; history of immigrants and minority groups in Ireland and the U.K.


Profile-pic-Karolina-BadzmierowskaKarolina Badzmierowska
Researcher, Letters 1916
Karolina Badzmierowska is a PhD researcher  at Trinity College Dublin. Her career to date combines strong interests in digital humanities, art history and museum studies. She is currently working as an Associate Editor for the Letters of 1916, the first public humanities project in Ireland.


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Researcher, Letters 1916
Emma Clarke is a PhD candidate in Digital Humanities and Linguistics at  Trinity College Dublin. Her current PhD research focuses on dialect detection from parliamentary proceedings. She is the outreach coordinator on the Letters of 1916 project.


 shane-mcgarryShane A. McGarry
Technology Officer, Letters 1916
Shane is working as a Researcher on the Letters of 1916 project as a demonstrator project of the Digital Repository of Ireland. His research interests includes digital Archives, Visual Learning, User Experience Design, Cognitive Development, UI/UX Design, Human-Centered Design, Digital Humanities, Digital Technology.
Digital Scholarly Editions Initial Training Network (DiXIT)


Linda Spinazzè
Postdoctoral Researcher
Investigation into new models for creating editions that are dynamically structured; exploring methods and standards associated with standoff markup; practice and usability of digital editions.


Richard Hadden
Postgraduate Researcher
Richard’s research focuses on latent semantic analysis and other language processing techniques; and abstract models for representing textual data as part of a wider network of data. His PhD thesis uses the ‘Letters of 1916’ project at  as a test-case for applying open-data structures in scholarly editing and applying processing techniques to facilitate data enrichment.

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