Richard Hadden




... has just started a Post-Doctoral position in the field of Digital Prosopography.

He studied French, Spanish and Italian at the University of Durham, before succumbing to the allures of Digital Humanities. He completed an MA at University College London in 2012, before joining the DiXiT (Digital Scholarly Editions Initial Training Network) Marie Curie Fellowship as an Early Stage Researcher. Based in Maynooth University, Ireland, he spent three years working on the Letters of 1916 project. His PhD, on textual modelling in digital scholarly editions and text collections, was completed in 2018.

Since 2018, Richard has been based at the University of Edinburgh, working primarily as a developer on a range of textually-, bibliographically-, or prosopographically-inclined projects.