Kim McLean-Fiander


Director of Pedagogy and Outreach, 2015–2020. Associate Project Director, 2015. Assistant Project Director, 2013-2014. MoEML Research Fellow, 2013. Kim McLean-Fiander comes to The Map of Early Modern London from the Cultures of Knowledge digital humanities project at the University of Oxford, where she was the editor of Early Modern Letters Online, an open-access union catalogue and editorial interface for correspondence from the sixteenth to eighteenth centuries. She is currently Co-Director of a sister project to EMLO called Women’s Early Modern Letters Online (WEMLO). In the past, she held an internship with the curator of manuscripts at the Folger Shakespeare Library, completed a doctorate at Oxford on paratext and early modern women writers, and worked a number of years for the Bodleian Libraries and as a freelance editor. She has a passion for rare books and manuscripts as social and material artifacts, and is interested in the development of digital resources that will improve access to these materials while ensuring their ongoing preservation and conservation. An avid traveler, Kim has always loved both London and maps, and so is particularly delighted to be able to bring her early modern scholarly expertise to bear on the MoEML project.

Roles played in the project

  • Associate Project Director
  • Author
  • CSS Editor
  • Compiler
  • Conceptor
  • Copy Editor
  • Data Manager
  • Director of Pedagogy and Outreach
  • Editor
  • Encoder
  • Geo-Coordinate Researcher
  • Managing Editor
  • Markup Editor
  • Metadata Architect
  • Research Fellow
  • Toponymist
  • Transcriber
  • Transcription Proofreader
  • Vetter

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