Dr. Jennifer Thomas
Associate Professor
Music History
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The Motet Database Catalogue Online is a part of The Motet Project, an international coalition of scholars who have joined together to make the catalogue more complete and more useful for scholars of all disciplines and to enhance motet research. Each of the associates has a specialty within the project, but all work also on general aspects of the project in addition to their individual responsibilities. 

Current Motet Project Associates:

Dr. Jennifer Thomas, Associate Professor, School of Music, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL (USA)
Creator, Director, and Editor of The Motet Project and the Motet Database Catalogue Online
Funding and support from University of Florida College of Fine Arts, Fine Arts Scholarship Enhancement Fund, and the School of Music.
School of Music
     Student assistants:
          Eric Lubarsky, musicology student assistant, University of Florida, 2005-06.
          Gabriel A. Ferraz, graduate student in musicology, University of Florida, 2008.

Dr. Marie-Alexis Colin, Assistant professor, Faculté de Musique, Université de Montréal (CANADA)
1. Director of the project «Motet in France, c.1480-1640» supported by the Fonds Québecois de Recherche sur la Société et la Culture
2. Director of the collection ‘Epitome Musical Numérique – Picardie’ and co-director of the collection ‘Epitome musical’ in Centre d’Études Supérieures de la Renaissance (Université de Tours, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique) (FRANCE) 
     Student assistants:
          Patrice Nicolas, Doctoral Student, Faculté de Musique, Université de Montréal (CANADA)
          Solenn Hellegouarch, Masters Student, Faculté de Musique, Université de Montréal (CANADA)

Professor Thomas Schmidt-Beste, Chair of Music and Head of the School of Music, Bangor University (UK)
1. Director of the Centre for Research in Early Music (CREaM), Bangor University (UK)
2. Director of the project "Motetten-Datenbank (14. und 15. Jahrhundert)", funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft at Heidelberg University (2005-2007) (GERMANY)
      Research assistants for the Heidelberg project: 
           Evelyn Arnrich MA, 
           Dr. Marie-Alexis Colin, 
           Dimitris Karpatselis, 
           Ute Sondergeld MA
      Student assistants: 
           Sonya Katsarova
           Marie-Louise Schild
3. Associate director of the Digital Image Archive of Medieval Music (DIAMM) based in Oxford (UK); chief liaison between DIAMM and the Motet Database project
(Student assistants for motet-related work in DIAMM: Alison Salter and Diane Temme [both Bangor])
4. Member of Music Database Consortium set up in 2007 to create a portal of all Early Music databases currently on the Web

Michael Truluck, Database administrator, webmaster, and web programmer
University of Florida College of Fine Arts

Project contributors:

Dr. Markus Schneider, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
Advisor: database design and functions

Dr. Ignace Bossuyt, Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven, Belgium
Director and editor for complete texts

Sofie Taes (funded for 2003-05 by the Alamire foundation, Leuven, Belgium)

Contributors of data 

Contributor Field Name of contributor
EML Eric M. Lubarsky
GMF Gabriel M. Ferraz
JST Jennifer S. Thomas
MAC Marie-Alexis Colin
ST Sofie Taes
TSB  Thomas Schmidt-Beste




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Revised: May 10, 2008