Karlyn Griffith is Assistant Professor of Art History at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. She is in the process of developing her FSU dissertation topic into a book, Illustrated Apocalypse Manuscripts in France, 1290-1385, with the help of a Franklin Research Grant and a “Major Grant” from the Bibliographical Society of the UK. In 2016 Dr. Griffith also co-curated with students a digital manuscript exhibition at the University of North Texas, where she was an adjunct assistant professor. Taking inspiration from a class on Medieval Manuscripts that she originally developed at FSU, she taught The Art of the Book: Medieval to Modern. As part of this course, Griffith and students created The Art of the Facsimile: A Digital Exhibition, hosted by the Digital Humanities division of the UNT library. For more details on Dr. Griffith’s research activities and collaborations see this article.