Hawthorne in Salem Search Hawthorne in Salem





Facebook Page
[Home]  

Credits

Portrait of Nathaniel Hawthorne by Charles Osgood, 1840
Portrait of Nathaniel Hawthorne by Charles Osgood, 1840 (courtesy of Peabody Essex Museum)
This site was made possible by grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Community College Humanities Association and also by the hard work and support of many people. The faculty who developed the content, and the media designers and programmers who provided the technical expertise, worked many hours beyond what one could reasonably expect; without their enthusiasm and commitment, and without the generous assistance of the project consultants, this project would not have been the joy that it was. We thank you all.

Terri Whitney and Sandra Carriker
Project Directors
N.E.H. Project: Hawthorne in the Museum and in the Classroom

Project Developers


Professor Terri Whitney
Project Director:
  • Professor Terri Whitney, Dept. of English, North Shore Community College, Danvers, MA

Dr. Sandra Carriker
Project Director:
  • Dr. Sandra Carriker, Dept. of Computer Science, North Shore Community College, Danvers, MA


front left to right: Mr. David Donavel, Dr. John Stuart, Professor Cathy Eaton
rear left to right: Professor Richard Murphy, Dr. Melissa Pennell, Professor Joseph P. Modugno

Content Developers:
  • Dr. Melissa Pennell, Dept. of English University of Massachusetts, Lowell;
  • Professor Cathy Eaton, Dept. of English, New Hampshire Technical Institute;
  • Professor Richard Murphy, Emmanuel College, Boston, MA;
  • Dr. John Stuart, Manchester-Essex Regional High School, Manchester, MA;
  • Mr. David Donavel, Masconomet High School, Topsfield, MA;
  • Professor Joseph P. Modugno, North Shore Community College, Danvers, MA.

front left to right: Mr. Bruce Hibbard, Mr. David Masher
rear: Mr. Halldor Utne
Web Designers and Programmers:
  • Mr. David Masher, multimedia consultant, Rowley, MA;
  • Mr. Halldor Utne, former NSCC student;
  • Mr. Bruce Hibbard, NSCC student;
  • Professor Marsha Gadzera, Dept. of Office Technology, North Shore Community College, Danvers, MA
  • Mr. David McClure, software engineer

Permissions:
  • Ms. Cynthia Entwistle, North Shore Community College, Danvers, MA

Audio and Video:
  • Mr. Lou Procopio, Director of Telecommunications, North Shore Community College, Danvers, MA
  • Mr. Halldor Utne, former NSCC student

Network Administrator and Photography:
  • Mr. Aaron Toleos, North Shore Community College, Danvers, MA

Project Consultants



Hawthorne Scholars:

Dr. Rita K. Gollin, Distinguished Professor of English, SUNY at Geneseo

Dr. John L. Idol, Jr., Professor of English, emeritus, Clemson University

Dr. Claudia Durst Johnson, Professor of English, emeritus, University of Alabama

Dr. Buford Jones, Professor of English, Duke University

Dr. David B. Kesterson, Professor of English and Vice-President for Academic Affairs, University of North Texas

Dr. Richard H. Millington, Professor of English, Smith College

Dr. Melinda M. Ponder, Professor of English, Pine Manor College
Historians

Dr. Emerson Baker, Professor of History, Salem State College

Dr. K. David Goss, Professor of History, Gordon College

Mrs. Margaret B. Moore

Project Evaluators

Margaret B. Moore, independent scholar and author of The Salem World of Nathaniel Hawthorne

Dr. Thomas Cushman, Chair, Department of Sociology, Wellesley College

Peabody Essex Museum

Project Collaborators:

Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA; with special
thanks to Mr. William T. La Moy, librarian, Phillips Library; the staff of the research desk at Phillips Library; Mr. Marc Teatum and Ms. Heather Shanks, Photography Dept., Peabody Essex Museum

Salem Custom House
The Salem Maritime National Historic Site; with
special thanks to Dr. Steven Kesselman, Superintendent; Mr. Peter LaChapelle, Chief of Visitor Services; Ms. Rae Emerson, Chief of Interpretation; Mr. John Fraylor, Historian; Mr. David Kayser, Museum Curator; Mr. David Gavenda and Dr. Oscar Rosen, Park Guides

The House of the Seven Gables National Historic Site
The House of the Seven Gables Historic Site; with special thanks to Mr. Stanley Burchfield, Executive Director; Ms. Lindsay Humes, Director of Institutional Advancement; Ms. Nancy Zawacki, Institutional Advancement Coordinator; and Mr. David Olson, former Museum Director

Other Contributors

Dr. Lucinda Damon-Bach, Professor of English, Salem State College, Salem, MA

Mr. Eric Eldred, Eldritch Press

Dr. Berkley Peabody, Professor emeritus, SUNY Albany
Dr. Benjamin C. Ray, Fellow, Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities, and Professor, Department of Religious Studies, University of Virginia

Dr. Bryant F. Tolles, Director of Museum Studies, University of Delaware

Dr. Peter Walker, Professor of English, Salem State College, Salem, MA

The Wayside in Concord
The Wayside; with special thanks to Mr. Robert Derry and Ms. Jane Sciacca
Loretta and Roger Rainville, residents of 33 Dearborn St., Salem, MA
Publicity: Dean Sandra Edwards and Ms. Peggy Justice, North Shore College
CCHA Custom House Website Project

Project Team: Professor Jan Arabas, formerly an art instructor North Shore Community College, now at Middlesex Community College; Dr. Maureen O’Neill, Chair of the Division of Liberal Studies, North Shore Community College; Professor Terri Whitney, Dept. of English, North Shore Community College
Project Mentor: Professor Dom Franco, Dept. of English, Kirkwood Community College, Cedar Rapids, IA
Community College Humanities Association: Professor David Berry, Executive Director of CCHA, Essex County College, Newark, NJ, Professor Charles Evans, Department of History, Northern Virginia Community College, Alexandria, VA

Peabody Essex Museum
Collaborators: Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA; with thanks to Mr. William T. La Moy, librarian, Phillips Library; Ms. Jane Ward, curator of manuscripts, Phillips Library; and the staff of the research desk at Phillips Library

Salem Custom House
The Salem Maritime National Historic Site; with
special thanks to Dr. Steven Kesselman, Superintendent; Mr. Peter LaChapelle, Chief of Visitor Services; Ms. Rae Emerson, Chief of Interpretation; Mr. John Fraylor, Historian; Mr. David Kayser, Museum Curator; Mr. David Gavenda and Mr. Oscar Rosen, Park Guides

The House of the Seven Gables Historic Site
The House of the Seven Gables Historic Site; with special thanks to Mr.David Olson, former Museum Director and Mr. Tom Neel, former Executive Director
Commonwealth Editions Publishers, Beverly, MA
Mr. Webster Bull, Editor

Other Contributors to the CCHA Custom House Website Project:

Photography and Panoramas: Mr. Aaron Toleos, Website Administrator, North Shore Community College; Mr. Bill McCormick (billm@gis.net) photographer; Professor Jean Hodgin, Dept. of English, North Shore Community College

Narration: Mr. Dan Popp, formerly of the Media/Cultural Arts Dept. at North Shore Community College; Dr. Philip Sbaratta, Assistant Dean of Educational Technology, North Shore Community College




Page citation: http://www.hawthorneinsalem.org/page/11751/


About US Privacy Policy Copyright Credits Site Map Site Help