Kate LeBere


Project Manager, 2020-2021. Assistant Project Manager, 2019-2020. Research Assistant, 2018-2020. Kate LeBere completed her BA (Hons.) in History and English at the University of Victoria in 2020. She published papers in The Corvette (2018), The Albatross (2019), and PLVS VLTRA (2020) and presented at the English Undergraduate Conference (2019), Qualicum History Conference (2020), and the Digital Humanities Summer Institute’s Project Management in the Humanities Conference (2021). While her primary research focus was sixteenth and seventeenth century England, she completed her honours thesis on Soviet ballet during the Russian Cultural Revolution. During her time at MoEML, Kate made significant contributions to the 1598 and 1633 editions of Stow’s Survey of London, old-spelling anthology of mayoral shows, old-spelling library texts, quickstart documentation for new research assistants, and worked to standardize both the Personography and Bibliography. She is currently a student at the University of British Columbia’s iSchool, working on her masters in library and information science.

Roles played in the project

  • Abstract Author
  • Author
  • CSS Editor
  • Compiler
  • Conceptor
  • Copy Editor
  • Data Manager
  • Editor
  • Encoder
  • Geo-Coordinate Researcher
  • Markup Editor
  • Proofreader
  • Researcher
  • Toponymist
  • Transcriber
  • Transcription Proofreader