Funding for the Methods Network ended March 31st 2008. The website will be preserved in its current state.

Methods Network Staff

Manager - Lorna Hughes

tel: +44 (0)20 7848 2426
Lorna Hughes manages the Network Administrative Centre and oversees all Network activities.

Senior Project Officer - Activities and Publications Co-ordinator - Hazel Gardiner

tel: +44 (0)20 7848 2013
Hazel Gardiner is jointly responsible for developing and managing activities and publications for the Methods Network, with particular reponsibility for advising on and overseeing funding applications; developing case studies; and overseeing and coordinating website development.

Senior Research Project Coordinator - Torsten Reimer

tel: +44 (0)20 7848 2019
Torsten Reimer is primarily responsible for the development of Methods Network community building and outreach and co-ordinates the community site Digital Arts and Humanities. He also takes part in the development of activities and publications to promote, support and disseminate the use of advanced ICT methods within the community and collaborates with colleagues on website development.

Publications and Administrative Officer - Lydia Horstman

tel: +44 (0)20 7848 2689
Lydia Horstman supports Lorna Hughes, the Methods Network Manager, and has primary responsibility for Methods Network evaluation procedures; the project Newsletter; publicity; and website maintenance. She also provides general support to colleagues and collaborates with colleagues on website development.

Research Associate in e-Science Methods - Stuart Dunn

tel: +44 (0)20 7848 2709
Stuart Dunn works in the Arts and Humanities e-Science Support Centre (AHESSC), funded by the JISC and hosted jointly by the Methods Network and the AHDS. At AHESSC, he is responsible for developing and coordinating activities within the sphere of e-Science methods, or the application of grid technology and high performance computing in the arts and humanities. AHESSC is particularly concerned with supporting activities funded under the joint AHRC-JISC Arts and Humanities e-Science Initiative (, and Stuart works closely with a range of individuals and organisations involved in developing the Initiative's programme and disseminating its outcomes. He works alongside a complementary post at the AHDS.