The Team

Our project is an international collaboration involving eleven universities in Spain, Switzerland, and the United States of America.

The project is an independent scholarly endeavor organized within the Global Middle Ages Project—G-MAP—an ambitious effort by an international collaboration of scholars to see the world whole, c. 500 to 1500 CE, to deliver the stories of lives, objects, and actions in dynamic relationship and change across deep time. G-MAP at the University of Texas at Austin graciously provided seed-funding for the creation of Virtual Plasencia, as well as ongoing intellectual and technical counsel.

Additionally, we have secured collaborative agreements and endorsements from key Spanish institutions, including the Ayuntamiento de Plasencia; Ministerio de Educación, Cultura, y Deportes; and Centro Sefarad Israel.

See: Ministerio de Educación, Cultura, y Deportes Endorsement LetterAyuntamiento de Plasencia Acuerdo/Agreement and Centro Sefarad Israel Acuerdo/Agreement

Team Members

Dr. Martinez serves as the Project Director (PD) and Dr. Schinazi (Co-PrincipaI Investigator) is the technical leader.
For more information on the project, please contact Dr. Martinez at (719) 255-4070 or info@revealingcooperationandconflict.com. His mailing address is: University of Colorado, Department of History – Columbine Hall 2046, 1420 Austin Bluffs Parkway, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80918 USA.

Core Team Members

Roger L. Martínez-Dávila, Ph.D.

Spanish history and paleography

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Victor R. Schinazi, Ph.D.

Geographic information visualization

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Paddington Hodza, Ph.D

Geographic information visualization

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Ece Turnator, Ph.D.

Medieval history and digital humanities

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Katja Woff, B.Sc.

Computer science

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Francisco García-Serrano Nebras, Ph.D.

Spanish history and paleography

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Sean T. Perrone, Ph.D.

Spanish and economic history

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David Alonso García, Ph.D.

Spanish and economic history

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Anthony “Tony” Puglisi, Ph.D.

Spanish literature and paleography

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Dr. Mubbasir Kapadia

Assistant Professor in the Computer Science Department at Rutgers University

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Affiliated Team Members

J. B. Owens, Ph.D.

Spanish history and geographic information systems

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Sara Irina Fabrikant, Ph.D.

Geographic information visualization

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Vitit Kantabutra, Ph.D.

Computer science

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Fernando Feliu-Moggi, Ph.D.

Spanish literature and paleography)

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Marciano Martín Manuel, Lic.

Sephardic Jewish history

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