Titika Dimitroulia is Assistant Professor of Translation Theory and Practice at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, translator and literary critic. She is responsible for the translation curriculum and teacher at the Training Programme for Greek-speaking translators of the Academy of Athens. She is currently running two research projects on corpora and has written numerous articles on translation technology, digital literature and digital literary studies.


Jonathan Gross is Professor of English at DePaul University in Chicago. He is the author of Anne Damer: Portrait of a Regency Artist (2014) and Byron the Erotic Liberal (2001). He has edited the letters of Lady Melbourne, and the novels of Anne Damer, the duchess of Devonshire, and the scrapbooks of Thomas Jefferson. He is currently a Fulbright fellow at Aristotle University where he teaches a course on the Harlem Renaissance Remembered and Thomas Jefferson’s Scrapbooks.


David McClay is senior curator of the John Murray Archive at the National Library of Scotland, a responsibility he took on in 2006 when the Library started to acquire that collection. This role requires him to promote access to the collection to academics and the wider public, which is done through a broad programme of conservation, cataloguing, exhibition, education, media and digital activities.


James Mussell is Associate Professor of Victorian Literature at the University of Leeds. He is the author of Science, Time, and Space in the Late Nineteenth-Century Periodical Press (Ashgate, 2007) and The Nineteenth-Century Press in the Digital Age (Palgrave, 2012). He was one of the editors of the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008) and W.T. Stead: Newspaper Revolutionary (British Library, 2012). Since 2009 he has edited the Digital Forum in the Journal of Victorian Culture.


Eleni Petridou is a Ph.D. candidate in Modern Greek Literature at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Her research interests include digital literary studies, electronic archives, digital manipulation and editing of modern manuscripts. Currently her work focuses on exploring the perspective of digital editing of Solomos’ works.


Tatiani Rapatzikou is Assistant Professor in the Department of American Literature, School of English, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Her publications focus on contemporary American fiction and poetry, technological uncanny, cyberpunk/cyberculture, digital technologies and print convergence. In 2009, she was awarded a Fulbright Visiting Scholar grant for her research in contemporary American fiction and digital media (M.I.T. Comparative Media Studies program). In 2012, she was a Visiting Research Scholar at the Literature Program (Duke University), and winner of the Alumni Engagement Innovation Fund international competition for her project “Urban Environments in Transition” (www.asrp.gr/urban). Her current research addresses digital literature and multimodal narratives.


Maria Schoina is Lecturer in English Literature and Culture at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, and Deputy Director of Studies for the Messolonghi Byron Research Centre. She is the author of Romantic “Anglo-Italians”: Configurations of Identity in Byron, the Shelleys, and the Pisan Circle (Ashgate, 2009) and co-editor of The Place of Lord Byron in World History: Studies in His Life, Writings, and Influence (Edwin Mellen Press, 2012). She’s currently editing with Andrew Stauffer a special issue of GRAMMA on the history and future of the 19th century book.


Andrew Stauffer is Associate Professor of English at the University of Virginia, US and the director of the digital humanities initiative NINES (Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth-century Electronic Scholarship). He is the author of Anger, Revolution, and Romanticism (Cambridge UP, 2005) as well as numerous articles on nineteenth-century British literature, and the editor of works by Robert Browning and H. Rider Haggard. He is a member of faculty of the Rare Book School at Virginia and the President of the Byron Society of America.


Katerina Tiktopoulou is Ássistant Professor of Modern Greek Literature at the University of Thessaloniki. She is the curator of the second facsimile edition of Solomos’ manuscripts (Morfotiko Idryma Ethnikis Trapezis, 1998-2012) and has worked on the “analytical” edition of his poems. She has also edited a 16th-century poem and she is the author of numerous articles on 16th- and 19th-century Modern Greek Literature.