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PhD student in Digital Humanities, University College London

Freelance tutor and part-time online English teacher


2009-2010: MA in Digital Humanities at the Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London

2006-2009: BA Honours Degree in Classics, King's College London

2001-2006: Liceo Classico Don Nicola Mazza, Verona, Italy. Diploma di Esame di Stato

Present and recent employment

Present: Freelance tutor at Kensington & Chelsea Tutors, London. Tutoring in Italian, Latin, Ancient Greek, English and ICT.

Present: Online, part-time English teacher at

25/11/2010-21/01/2011: Volunteer at St Hilda’s East Community Centre, London. Transcription and summarising of oral history as part of a one-year history project.

28/06/2010-27/08/2010: Winner of the paid internship in the Department for Western Manuscripts, British Library, London. Creation of an XML (TEI ENRICH) and RELAX NG schema for the Summary Catalogue of Greek Manuscripts, vol.1 to be incorporated into the existing database and website.

6-10/07/2010: Winner of the Student Assistant Bursary for the Digital Humanities Conference 2010.

March-June 2010: XML encoder at the Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King’s College London. XML encoding for the Digital Humanities Conference book of abstracts.

12/12/2009-27/06/2010: Digitisation volunteer at the Royal Academy of Music, London. Scanning of printed material, editing and metadata enriching in Photoshop and Adobe Bridge, management of the metadata and image databases.



Twitter: @GretaFranzini