Dr Charlotte Tupman


Previous projects and roles include:

Co-Investigator (2015)
The Redress of the Past: Historical Pageants in Britain, 1905-2016, an AHRC-funded project to examine the phenomenon of historical pageants in twentieth-century Britain. It focuses on the interaction between local, national and imperial identities and the character of community life.

Co-author (ongoing)
The EpiDoc Guidelines: Ancient Documents in TEI XML, an international, collaborative project to provide guidelines for encoding scholarly and educational editions of ancient documents, including (but not limited to) inscriptions and papyri.

Analyst (text analysis/XML, digital research, project management)
Mapping the Medieval Countryside: Inquisitions Post Mortem, an AHRC-funded project to produce a searchable digital edition of the inquisitions post mortem (formal inquiries into the lands held at their deaths by tenants-in-chief of the crown).
Sharing Ancient Wisdoms, a HERA-funded project to study the transmission and modification of philosophical and moral sayings throughout medieval collections of wise sayings ('gnomologia').