Eva St. Clair

Webmaster and Computer Consultant, Richard Rufus of Cornwall Project
Indiana University

Eva St. Clair

Silver Spring, Maryland


Universitaet Erfurt, Fulbright Student Grant, 2004-2005

A.B., Stanford University, 2003, Honors, with Distinction

Academic Honors:

Fulbright Student Grant to Germany, Medieval and Renaissance History - Universitaet Erfurt, 2004-2005

Phi Beta Kappa Society 2003

Dean's Award for Academic Achievement, 2003

Pew Charitable Trusts, Traditio Summer Fellowship, 2002

Summer Schools:

Fifth Spring School in Religionswissenschaft, Religion and Literature in Rome, Erfurt, Germany, 13-17 April, 2005.

Traditio Summer Program for Young Scholars, Pew Charitable Trust, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, June-July 2002.


2013-Present: Web Editor, Richard Rufus of Cornwall Project, Indiana University, IN
Manage website and online files for RRP; update design and usability features; edit HTML, XML,               CSS, JavaScript files.  Administer mirror site at Stanford University.

2006-Present: Project Coordinator, "Bartholomew's World," Stanford University, CA
Design, build, & edit website that offers documents related to medieval philosophy & science. Program games and exercises for young students of Latin. Coordinate submission of scholarly articles for use on site and in teaching materials. Write and distribute lesson plans related to materials hosted on site.  Use of skills in PHP, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Flash.

2010-2011: Freelance Web Design and Editing, Silver Spring, MD
Design and build HTML/CSS sites for various small businesses.

2006-2011: Web Editor, UC Berkeley College of Natural Resources, Berkeley, CA
Manage and expand site with objectives of recruiting students, attracting donors, and providing research support in an academic environment.  Program online research apprenticeship application system. Skills: PHP, HTML, CSS, XML, JavaScript, Flash, Photoshop, InDesign.

Articles and Brief Editions:

“Algazel on the Soul: A Critical Edition,” in Traditio, vol. 60, 2005.

“Medieval Medical Manuscripts in the Library of Amplonius Rating de Bercka,” forthcoming 2005.

“Women at Stanford 1891-1896,” 2005.

“Adventures of a Fledgling Medievalist,” Stanford Libraries Medieval Pages Website, 2002 [archived].


“The Renaissance Bibliophile and His Library,” German-American Fulbright Commission Conference, Berlin, March 2005.


Latin, fluent

Medieval Latin paleography

German (semi-fluent speaking; reasonably good reading and listening comprehension)

Spanish (reasonably good speaking, reading, and listening comprehension)

French (reasonably good reading)

Arabic (familiar reading and listening comprehension)


The interior senses in medieval Aristotelian psychology.

Medieval medical practice and theory.

History of the city and University of Erfurt.