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Charlotte Brewer is director of this research project. Her book on the twentieth- and twenty-first-century OED, Treasure-House of the Language: The Living OED (completion supported by the AHRC), was published by Yale University Press in 2007. Over 2009 she held a Leverhulme Fellowship to investigate OED's treatment of the eighteenth-century, a topic preliminarily reviewed on this website. Previous publications include Editing Piers Plowman: The Evolution of the Text (Cambridge University Press, 1996). She is a fellow of Hertford College, Oxford, and Professor in English Language and Literature at Oxford University.

Scott Teal has been helping the project with site updates since Spring 2010. A graduate at Wolfson College, Oxford, he is writing a doctoral thesis on the novels of Rohinton Mistry and Amitav Ghosh.

Greg Jennings is the IT Manager at Hertford College, Oxford and has provided invaluable technical support and advice since the website was moved to the Hertford servers in June 2005.

Past research assistants
Christopher Whalen established the project's database and designed and set up the website at the end of his undergraduate degree in English at Hertford College, Oxford in the summer 2004. He maintained the website and contributed help on a wide range of issues throughout his doctoral study of Joyce. In March 2010 he left Hertford to take up a full-time position as Graduate Project Manager at Torchbox.

Daniel Calvert
joined us in summer 2005, working in the university vacations of his second year at Oxford. He completed his undergraduate degree in English at Hertford College, Oxford in June 2007.

Sarah McLoughlin
worked for us between September 2005 and August 2006. She completed her undergraduate degree in English at Hertford College, Oxford in June 2005, an MA in Medieval Studies at the University of Toronto in 2006, and is now working on a doctorate at the University of York.

Helen Brookman worked for us over 2006-7 to research our Who's who entries. She completed her MSt in Medieval English Language and Literature at Wadham College, Oxford in 2006, and is now working on a PhD with the Cambridge Victorian Studies Group of Cambridge University.

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