Guy P. Raffa: project director and editor
Suloni Robertson: artist and graphic designer
Gary Dickerson: site designer and programmer
Mark Garrison, Esmeralda Moscatelli, Gianvi Figari: oral rendering of selected verses
Michael Heidenreich: audio recording and editing
Tara Wenger: library research
Carrie Wells and Jamie Ward: scans
music for the Inferno flash movie by Suloni Robertson;
recorded by Joe Robertson;
mixed by Gary Dickerson
In addition to students in his Dante classes, Professor Raffa gratefully acknowledges the contributions of the following individuals to the conception of Danteworlds: Olin Bjork, Elissa Fineman, Dan Gutierrez, Coco Kishi, Laura Kramarsky, Helene Meyers, Stefan Smagula, and Joe TenBarge.
Liberal Arts ITS Development Grants; Special Research Grants
Brian Roberts - Associate Dean, Liberal Arts; Dina Sherzer - Chair, French and Italian; Daniela Bini - Chair, French and Italian; Joe TenBarge - Director, Liberal Arts ITS
Content Sources - Text
All commentary written by Guy P. Raffa.
Copyright © Guy P. Raffa 2002-2007. All rights reserved.
Content Sources - Images
Icon images created by Suloni Robertson from her own paintings.
Copyright © Suloni Robertson 2002-2004. All rights reserved.
Other images in the Danteworlds site are taken from the following works:
Blake: Illustrations to the Divine Comedy of Dante, by William Blake.
London: National Art-Collections Fund, 1922. Reproduction and use courtesy of the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center.
Botticelli: Drawings by Sandro Botticelli for Dante's Divina Commedia; reduced facsimiles after the originals in the Royal museum, Berlin, and in the Vatican library. London: Lawrence and Bullen, 1896.
Doré: Dante's Inferno, Translated by the Rev. Henry Francis Cary, M. A., from the Original of Dante Alighieri, and Illustrated with the Designs of M. Gustave Doré. New York: P. F. Collier, 1885.
Doré: Purgatory and Paradise, translated by Henry Francis Cary, from the original of Dante Alighieri, and illustrated with the designs of Gustave Doré. New ed., with critical and explanatory notes. New York, P.F. Collier, [1892?].
Flaxman: Compositions of John Flaxman, Sculptor, R. A., from the Divine Poem of Dante Alighieri, Containing Hell, Purgatory and Paradise; engraved by Thomas Piroli. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 1807.
Vellutello: Dante con l'espositioni di Christoforo Landino, et d'Alessandro Vellutello; unknown artist. Venice: Gio. Battista, & Gio. Bernardo Sessa, fratelli, 1596. Reproduction and use courtesy of the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center.
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