Marjorie Burghart is a permanent research fellow at the French Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), and is based in the CIHAM UMR 5648 research centre on Medieval Studies in Lyon, France. She holds a dual degree: she received her MA (1998) and M.Res (2002) in Medieval History, her M.Sc in Computer Sciences (2000), and a PhD in Medieval History from the University of Lyon, in the field of sermon studies (2013). She is the head of a cross-disciplinary Digital Humanities program at the CIHAM UMR 5648, a large research centre on Medieval Studies. In this position, she coordinates the computing aspects of several projects involving the electronic editing of medieval documents in TEI format (for instance Sermones.net with the structural and thematic analysis of latin sermons, or the Interactive Album of Mediaeval Palaeography offering TEI-encoded paleography exercises). She is also the creator of the TEI Critical Apparatus Toolbox.