Contributors

John Hunt, a literature professor of marked hibernophilic tendencies who somehow completed a doctorate at Stanford University and taught the works he loves at the University of Montana, conceived and designed this site with coding help from more technologically savvy collaborators. His days are devoted to producing the perfect text of Ulysses and illuminating its obscurities. Having written (and obsessively re-written) almost 700 notes, he hopes to live long enough to finish what is, realistically, an endless job. He lives happily in Missoula.

Other people have contributed in various ways to the development of the site. They are listed here alphabetically by last name, with brief bios that may not always have kept up with the passage of time.

Patrick Boe is a software engineer living in Philadelphia, where he parents a child, cooks, and rides around on a big green touring bike. He designed the mobile conversion for the site.

Ole Bønnerup, proofreader extraordinaire for the site, taught English and French in a Danish high school for 35 years and is now filling the blessed void of retirement by learning new languages and tackling great works of literature like Ulysses. He lives in Aarhus.

Gareth Collins lives in Belfast, and works in insurance for his sins. He has been hooked on Joyce's books, and Dublin, for as long as he can remember, and takes photos of the city to document the continuity of past and present. Some of them appear in the notes.

Sean Collins completed his M.A. in English Literature at the University of Montana and is currently a doctoral student at the University of Utah. He collaborated on one note.

Iman Fani is an Iranian physician, poet, and filmmaker who currently lives in Sydney. He is translating both Ulysses and the site's notes into Persian on his weblog at drimanfani.persianblog.ir, and has consulted on some Middle Eastern questions.

Andy Han will probably graduate from a Cincinnati, Ohio high school in 2019. He enjoys reading everything he can and also riding his bike, though not at the same time. He developed a new way of implementing variable pagination, and has written one note.

Alex Hunt lives in Seattle. After assisting with coding and design on the site's initial version, he developed version 2.0 and is now working on an ambitious third iteration.

Morgan Lawrence is a wildland firefighting barista with a taste for world travel. She completed her B.A. in English Literature and Irish Studies at the University of Montana and contributed two notes on the man in the macintosh.

Senan Molony, an alum of Joyce's Belvedere College who was only suspended once, is an award-winning journalist who has published six books on the Titanic, one on the Lusitania, and one on the Phoenix Park murders. He lives in Dublin and reports that, yes, it is quite superb to be a natural-born denizen of the immortalized city.

Barb Nelson completed her M.A. in English Literature at the University of Montana and lives in Kalispell. She began the laborious task of editing the online text of the novel and compiled an explanatory list of People in the Novel.

Vincent Altman O’Connor cultivated the pluterperfect imperturbability of the Department of Agriculture in Dublin for many years while playing blues and jazz piano on the side. He has consulted on many details of Hiberno-Hebraic life and Fenian nationalism in Ulysses.

Doug Pope, an artist and educator who lives in Nova Scotia, received an M.A. in art history from Concordia University and has worked in the fields of publishing, film, and advertising. He has authored two notes and collaborated on two more.

Tom Seiler earned his M.A. in English Literature at the University of Montana. He developed version 1.0 of the site, including a way of encoding variable pagination to accommodate different print editions of the novel.

Josh Wagner, www.joshwagner.org and www.nothinginmind.com, is a novelist, playwright, and rabble-rouser. He managed to complete his B.A. in Creative Writing and Literature at the University of Montana between extensive journeys around the globe, and wrote two notes for the site.