Guiding Science

Publications by Women in the Romantic and Victorian Ages

People Involved in Guiding Science


Suzan Alteri (Project Director) is the Curator of the Baldwin Library of Historical Children's Literature at the University of Florida. She initially conceived of this project in 2014 with Dr. Alan Rauch during the building of the co-curated exhibit "Subverting the Natural Order." Alteri managed all aspects of the Guiding Science project, and also authored annotations.


Gus Clifton (Web Interface) is a web designer for the George A. Smathers Libraries at the University of Florida, and is a graduate of UF. He programmed the functionality for the Guiding Science website using jQuery DataTables.


Jaclyn Prussing (Contributor and Designer) earned her BA in English from UF in 2016. She designed the website using Adobe Muse, authored annotations, and compiled bibliographic information.


Alan Rauch, PhD. (Scholarly Consultant and Editor) is a Professor of English at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte. He co-curated the exhibit "Subverting the Natural Order," with Alteri and conceived of the overall bibliographic project. Rauch provided key scholarly information regarding women authors and the creation of knowledge texts as well as performing editing duties.


David Van Kleeck (Editor) is the Interim Chair of Cataloging Services for the George A. Smathers Libraries. In additon to editing the bibliography, Van Kleeck edited metadata and assisted with the overall concept of the project.


Alexandria Warwick (Contributor) is the Curatorial Assistant for the Baldwin Library of Historical Children's Literature. She wrote annotations for over 50 books as well as compiled bibliographic information with the book in hand. She graduated from UF with a degree is Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.