The Virtual Harlem Project (VHp) research team consists of a diverse group of educators and researchers from a variety of disciplines including African American Studies, English Literature, Pedagogy, Communications, and Computer Science.

Faculty

Central Missouri State University

Bryan Carter
Overall lead on the VHp, African American Literature scholar, Central Missouri State University

University of Missouri

Bill Plummer
VHp lead at the Advanced Technology Center- University of Missouri

Thaddeus Parkinson
MS student in Computer Science, ATC, University of Missouri

University of Illinois at Chicago

James Sosnoski
VHp lead at the University of Illinois at Chicago, director of the Center for Alternative Education Environments (CAEE)

Jennifer Brody
African American Studies scholar, University of Illinois at Chicago

James Fletcher
Director of the Student Computer Aided Instruction Lab SCAILAB, University of Illinois at Chicago

James Hall
African American Studies scholar, University of Illinois at Chicago

Steve Jones
Head of Communications Dept., University of Illinois at Chicago

Jason Leigh and Andrew Johnson
Technology leads, Electronic Visualization Laboratory (EVL), University of Illinois at Chicago

Kyoung Park
PhD student in Computer Science, EVL, UIC

Richard Besel
MS student in Communications, EVL, UIC

Tim Portlock
MFA student in Art and Architecture, EVL, UIC

Brenda A. Silva
MFA student in Art and Architecture, EVL, UIC

Janice Lively
PhD student in English, UIC

University of Arizona

Ken McAllister
VHp Lead at the University of Arizona, Executive Director of Alternative
Educational Environments, specialist in rhetoric and computing

John Warnock
Rhetoric and narrative specialist, member of CAEE-UA (University of Arizona)

Ron Scott
Science Fiction and Culture specialist, member of CAEE-UA

Marvin Landis
VHp Technical Lead for CAEE-UA, scientific visualization specialist

Thomas Kinney
Archive theory specialist, member of CAEE-UA