Kathleen Kelly - Site Director

Kelly is a professor of English at Northeastern University. Her publications in medieval studies include articles in Arthuriana, Exemplaria, postmedieval, Studies in Philology, and Year’s Work in Studies in Medievalism. She is the author of Performing Virginity and Testing Chastity in the Middle Ages and A. S. Byatt, and co-editor (with Marina Leslie) of Menacing Virgins: Representing Virginity in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, co-editor (with Tison Pugh) of Queer Movie Medievalisms and Chaucer on Screen: Absence, Presence, and Adapting the Canterbury Tales. She has published on Thoreau in Arthuriana, The Concord Saunterer, and Henry David Thoreau in Context (ed. James Finley).

Kristen Corless - Site Developer/Manager

Kristen Corless is a second year Masters student at Northeastern University, where she is currently studying English Literature. In May of 2020, she graduated Magna Cum Laude and with highest honors in English from Muhlenberg College. Her areas of focus include women's poetry and disability studies, finding a serendipitous joy where the two are able to intersect. In addition to this, she had the honor of presenting her work on Emily Dickinson at the Northeast Modern Language Association Conference. Right now, she is happy to work with Dr. Kelly on the Thoreau Journal Drawings Archive, as well as working on the NULab Women Writer's Project as a research assistant.


Abbie Levesque - Project Manager

Param Ajmera - Website Designer & Exhibit Builder

William Bond - Exhibit Builder

Kimberly Dacorogna - Researcher

Matthew Harty - Researcher

Natalya Jean - Researcher

Gregory Palermo - Digital Humanities Specialist

Josephine Sloman - Researcher

David DeCamp - Data Consultant

Alanna Prince - Project Developer & Site Design

CERES: Exhibit Toolkit
This project was created on a customized WordPress instance using the CERES: Exhibit Toolkit. These tools, as well as archival, hosting, and support systems, are provided by the Northeastern University Library Digital Scholarship group. The DSG specializes in the Digital Humanities and helps faculty, staff, and students in the Northeastern community showcase their projects to the public.