Neil Fraistat

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fraistat.jpg メリーランド大学教授、Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities機構長。

Director, Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (2006-); Professor of English, Univ. of Maryland, College Park, (1991-); Associate Professor of English, Univ. of Maryland, College Park (1984-91); Assistant Professor of English, Univ. of Maryland (1979-84).

EDUCATION: Ph.D., M.A., Univ. of Pennsylvania (1979, 1976); B.A., Univ. of Connecticut (1974).

SELECTED GRANTS, AWARDS, AND HONORS: NEH Preservation and Access Grant for The Shelley-Godwin Archive (Co-PI, 2011-13); Mellon Foundation Grant for The Open Annotation Collaboration (Co-PI, 2011-12); Mellon Foundation Grant for Project Bamboo (Local PI, 2010-11); NDIIPP Preserving Creative America Grant (Co-PI, 2008-10) for Preserving Virtual Worlds; NEH-JISC Transatlantic Digitization Collaboration Grant (Co-PI, 2008-09) for Shakespeare Quartos Archive; NEH Scholarly Editions Grant (PI, 2007-10); IMLS Leadership Grant (Co-PI, 2007-10); MLA Biennial Distinguished Scholarly Edition Prize, Honorable Mention, 2005; Distinguished Scholar Award, Keats-Shelley Association (2001); NEH Teaching With Technology Grant for Romantic Circles High School (1999-2002); Fredson Bowers Memorial Prize for Most Distinguished Essay on Textual Scholarship, 1993-1994, Society for Textual Scholarship (1994); Keats-Shelley Association Prize for Best Essay of 1994; NEH Senior Fellowship for University Teachers, 1990-91.