Dominique Stutzmann, member of the Executive Board of Digital Medievalist (2011-2013).
After degrees in Classics, History and German studies at the Sorbonne, Dominique Stutzmann studied at the École nationale des Chartes (archiviste paléographe, 2002), received a MLIS and worked at the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin (MSS Dept.) and the Bibliothèque nationale de France (Digital Information Dept.).
He completed a PhD on scribal practices of Cistercian communities in medieval Burgundy, for which he developed the statistical analysis of scribal profiles based on TEI encoding. Since 2007, he is lecturer of medieval paleography at the École Pratique des Hautes Études and, since 2010, research fellow at the Institut de Recherche et d’Histoire des Textes (CNRS).
In the Graphem project (2008-2011), he co-organized an international colloquium on computer-aided script analysis, categorization and classification (Paris, 14-15 April 2011). He is currently preparing digital editions (Fontenay’s charters and dated MSS. with allographetic encoding) and researching on graphical systems and the normalization of palaeographic descriptions.