ITSEE team members 2014

 Current Researchers

 • Dr Philip Burton - Department of Classics, Vetus Latina Iohannes

 • Andrew Edmondson - An Analysis of the Coherence-Based Genealogical Method using Phylogenetics

 • Grant Edwards - The Text and Transmission of 2 Thessalonians

 • Alan Taylor Farnes - Scribal Habits of Fourth-Century Greek New Testament Scribes

 • Alba Fedeli - An Electronic Edition of Qur'anic manuscripts in the Mingana Collection

 • Sam Gibson - Lectionary Manuscripts of the Pauline Epistles

 • Dr Susan Griffith - Pauline Commentaries Project (COMPAUL) 

 • Troy Griffitts - Software for Community Editing of the New Testament

 • Benjamin D. Haupt - The New Testament Text of Tertullian and Irenaeus

 • Dr Hugh Houghton - Deputy Director of the Institute. Pauline Commentaries Project (COMPAUL), Vetus Latina Iohannes, the Latin New Testament, the Workspace for Collaborative Editing

 • Dr Rachel Kevern - The International Greek New Testament Project

 • Dr Rosalind MacLachlan - Vetus Latina Iohannes, Pauline Commentaries Project (COMPAUL)

 • Dr Bruce Morrill - The Greek Editio Critica Maior of John

 • Dr Amy Myshrall - Greek Patristic Evidence for John

 • Dora Panella - Catena Manuscripts of the Pauline Epistles

 • Professor David Parker - Director of the Institute. The Greek Editio Critica Maior of John, Vetus Latina Iohannes, Workspace for Collaborative Editing.

 • Professor Ulrich Schmid - The Greek Editio Critica Maior of John

 • Dr Catherine Smith - Research Fellow and Technical Officer, Pauline Commentaries Project (COMPAUL), the Workspace for Collaborative Editing

 • Jovan Stanojevic - An edition of the Miroslav Gospels

 • Matthew Steinfeld - The Text of the Pauline Epistles in the Works of Origen

 • Professor David Thomas - Christian and Muslim interaction; editions of early apologetic texts

Honorary Fellows

 • Dr Barbara Bordalejo - Former Deputy Director of the Institute

 • Dr Simon Crisp - The Euthalian Apparatus in New Testament manuscripts

 • Dr Valerie Edden - Carmelite Latin manuscripts

 • Dr Dr Christina Kreinecker - The New Testament in Greek, Latin and Coptic

 • Dr Peter Robinson - Co-founder and former Director of the Institute.

Recent Graduates

• Dr Alan Bale - Genre and Narrative Cohesion in the Acts of the Apostles

Michael Clark - The Catena on John by Nicetas of Heraclea

• Dr Edgar Ebojo - Scribal Habits in Chester Beatty Papyrus II (P46)

• Dr Helen Ingram - Jesus the Magician

• Dr Hikmat Kachouh - The Arabic Tradition of the Gospels

• Dr Christopher Jordan - Greek New Testament Lectionaries

• Dr Bruce Morrill - A Collation and Analysis of all Greek Manuscripts of John 18

• Dr Jac Perrin - Family 13 in St John's Gospel

• Dr Michael Strickland - Evangelicals and the Synoptic Problem

• Dr Alison Welsby - A Textual Study of Family 1 in John