Professor Nicole Aljoe

Co-Director

Professor Elizabeth Maddock Dillon

Co-Director

Alanna Prince

Project Manager

Prince is a graduate student in the English Department at Northeastern University. Prince has been working with the ECDA since Fall of 2017,  first as a Research and Metadata Lead and now acts as the Project Manager. She focuses on managing the site, metadata curation, teaching partnerships, and exhibit building.

David Medina

Research and Metadata Lead

Laura Johnson

Research Fellow
Johnson is a graduate student studying English at Northeastern University with special interests in disability studies, archival theory and practice, and digital knowledge making. Johnson began working with the ECDA in Fall 2018 as a Research Fellow and helps with metadata curation, building an exhibit on Francois Mackandal, and digital storytelling.

Avery Blankenship


Blankenship is a graduate student in the English Department at Northeastern University. Blankenship has been working with the ECDA since Spring of 2019 as an Application Developer. Her work focuses on building and maintaining web-based user interfaces and tools that bring the work of the ECDA to the general public.

Ben Doyle

Project Manager and Web Developer

Elizabeth Hopwood

Project Manager and TEI Director

Dania Dwyer

Research and Pedagogy Lead

Nicole Keller

Acquisitions Manager

Sarah Payne

Research and Pedagogy Lead

Elizabeth Polcha

Project Manager

Lara Rose

NULab Fellow

Megan Barney

Site Design Lead

Project

The Early Caribbean Digital Archive. Nicole Aljoe and Elizabeth Maddock Dillon, Northeastern University, 2017. ecda.northeastern.edu

Archive Item

Author, Title, Date of original publication. The Early Caribbean Digital Archive. ecda.northeastern.edu

Example: Long, Edward, Candid Reflections, 1772. The Early Caribbean Digital Archive. ecda.northeastern.edu

Scholarly Intro

Author, Title of Work: A Scholarly Introduction, The Early Caribbean Digital Archive. ecda.northeastern.edu

Example: Rose, Lara. “Candid Reflections Upon the Judgement lately awarded by the Court of King’s Bench, in Westminster-Hall, On what is commonly called the Negroe-cause, By A Planter: A Scholarly Introduction.” The Early Caribbean Digital Archive. ecda.northeastern.edu

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.