Lou Burnard

former assistant director at Oxford University Computing Services, is one of the original editors of the TEI Guidelines and has been closely involved with the TEI throughout its evolution. He is an Oxford graduate with a master's degree in English Language and Literature who has worked at the frontier between computing and the humanities since the 1970s, when he founded the Oxford Text Archive. During the nineties and noughties he was responsible for many other key developments in what we now call the digital humanities, notably the British National Corpus, and the UK’s Arts and Humanities Data Service.


Works involving Lou Burnard