The research, creation, and maintenance of the database and interpretive framework that comprise JUEL is due to the expertise and effort of University of Virginia professors and students, researchers, and staff. The project is housed in the University's Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities (IATH), and draws on the skills of IATH staff and other members and institutions of the UVA community, such as the Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library, the Students of the University of Virginia project by Jean L. Cooper, Genealogical Resources Specialist at the UVA Library, and the research and Historial Reports by Benjamin Ford of Rivanna Archaeological Services for the University.
JUEL c/o The Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities (IATH)
3rd Floor, Alderman Library
University of Virginia
P.O. Box 400115
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4115
434 924-4527 [phone]
434 982-2363 [fax]
[last update: November 2016]
Kirt von Daacke, Associate Professor and Assistant Dean, Department of History. Co-founder and Head of JUEL.
Worthy Martin. IATH Co-Director and JUEL Project Manager.
Maurie McInnis, Executive Vice President and Provost, University of Texas at Austin. Co-founder of JUEL.
Louis P. Nelson, Professor of Architectural History and Associate Dean, School of Architecture. Head of JUEL.
Emily Cone-Miller. JUEL Coordinator.
Julia F. Munro. Post-doctoral Researcher.
STUDENT RESEARCH ASSISTANTS
Nathanael Nelson (JUEL 3D modeling/visualization)
Arden Nguyen (JUEL 3D modeling/visualization)