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Paul Dingman

Paul started working at Wiley in 2018 where he currently manages a number of academic journals in the Social Sciences & Humanities portfolio. Prior to this, he worked as the Project Manager for Early Modern Manuscripts Online (EMMO), a digital humanities initiative at the Folger Shakespeare Library and as a Visiting Assistant Professor at Alfred University where he taught courses in medieval studies. He has published academic articles on aspects of chivalric culture that bridge the fields of history and literature as well as articles on paleography and the digital humanities. Paul earned his Ph.D. in History at the University of Rochester (NY) in 2012.

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Paul Dingman

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