Marjorie Burghart
CNRS, Lyon, FranceMarjorie Burghart is a permanent research fellow at the French Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), and is based in the CIHAM UMR 5648 research centre on Medieval Studies in Lyon, France. She holds a dual degree: she received her MA (1998) and M.Res (2002) in Medieval History, her M.Sc in Computer Sciences (2000), and a PhD in Medieval History from the University of Lyon, in the field of sermon studies (2013). She is the head of a cross-disciplinary Digital Humanities program at the CIHAM UMR 5648, a large research centre on Medieval Studies.
 Marjorie Burghart
Lucie Doležalová Lucie Doležalová
Charles University, PragueLucie Doležalová received her PhD in Medieval Studies from the Central European University in Budapest in 2005 and her habilitation in 2012 at the Charles University in Prague where she teaches medieval Latin and manuscript studies. Besides her work on the Cena Cypriani or the Summarium Biblie,  and medieval memory, lists, retelling the Bible, miscellanies and obscurity in the Middle Ages, she also led the DEMM Erasmus SP+ programme (Digital Edition of Medieval Manuscripts – 2014 – 2017)
Ondřej Tichý
Charles U., PragueOndřej Tichý is currently the vice-dean for information resources at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University and a lecturer with the Department of English Language at the same institution. His research interests span from historical linguistics to corpus linguistics, digital humanities and IT in general. He has published on computer analysis of Old and Middle English, lexical mortality in Late Modern English and the quantitative approaches to linguistic typology in the history of English. One of his digitization projects is the Anglo-Saxon Dictionary Online (



The organisers are also grateful for the help of Dr. Giulia Rainis (CNRS), who assisted in the preparation of this Summer school.



Alex Bia

 Alejandro Bia
Miguel Hernández University (Elche, Spain)Alejandro Bia is deputy director of the Department of Statistics, Mathematics and Computer Science and a researcher at the Operations Research Center (CIO), both at the Miguel Hernández University (Elche, Spain).
He is a frequent instructor of XML-TEI workshops and seminars in Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, India, Italy, Mexico, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom and Uruguay.
Petra Galuščáková
Charles U., Prague
Petra Galuščáková is a PhD student at Charles University’s Institute of Formal and Applied Linguistics. Her main research interests are speech retrieval, multimedia information retrieval, and statistical machine translation
 Chris Sparks Chris Sparks
Queen Mary U., LondonChris Sparks is the E-Strategy Manager at the School of History, Queen Mary University of London.  He has professional experience of web design, database design and administration, and web application authoring, and has a broad interest in computing and technology.  He also writes about lived religion in the Middle Ages (with a recent monograph on Heresy, Inquisition and Life Cycle in Medieval Languedoc).
Ondřej Tichý
Charles U., Praguesee the “Organisers” section
Anna Vernerová Anna Vernerová
Charles U., PragueAnna Vernerová is a PhD student of Mathematical Linguistics at Charles University. Her research interests include the valency of verbs and nouns, diatheses (i.e., changes in valency structure of verbs such as passivization and deagentization), and lexicographic representation, valency lexicons.