Meredith Martin is the Associate Professor in English Department at Princeton University. She specializes in anglophone poetry with interests in historical prosody, historical poetics, poetry and public culture, and disciplinary and pedagogical history. She is the Faculty Director of the Center for Digital Humanities at Princeton, which started under her leadership in 2014. Martin also overseesPoetry@Princeton(link is external), a calendar of poetry events on campus, to which she invites you to subscribe.
Jean Bauer is the Associate Director of the Center for Digital Humanities at Princeton. She leads CDH’s team of programmers, project managers and DH consultants. Through a combination of formal training and curiosity Bauer is an early American historian, database designer, and photographer. Prior to working at Princeton she was the Digital Humanities Librarian at Brown University from 2011-2014.
Natalie Berkman is a Ph.D. candidate in French Literature at Princeton University, specializing in twentieth century experimental literature. Her dissertation treats the mathematical methods of the OuLiPo (Ouvoir de Littérature Potentielle), proposing to answer the following question: what can literature do for mathematics and vice versa? Her secondary research interests include nineteenth century French literature, Italian studies, and Digital Humanities.