James K. Tauber

James K. Tauber

James K. Tauber

At-Large Board Member; Visiting Lecturer & Preceptor

Board member, software developer, and computational philologist.

James K. Tauber is a philologist, linguist, and software developer who works with scholars around the world using computers to better understand languages and texts.

James is the founder and CEO of Eldarion, a web application development company focused on open source, online education, data science, and humanities. As a scholar he primarily works on corpus-driven historical language learning. He also heads up the Digital Tolkien Project.

James has a Bachelor of Science in Linguistics from the University of Western Australia, a Postgraduate Diploma in Ancient Greek from the University of Wales Trinity Saint David, a Certificate in Germanic Philology from Signum University, a Certificate in Educational Research Methodology from the University of Illinois Chicago, a Professional Certificate in Music Theory and Composition from Berklee Online, and a Higher Education Teaching Certificate from the Harvard-Bok Center for Teaching & Learning. He is currently pursuing graduate study in Corpus Linguistics at Lancaster University and Classics at the University of Exeter.

James is a Fellow of the Python Software Society, and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. Originally from Australia, he now lives in the Boston area where he collects books and wine.

Learn more about James at jtauber.com.

Other Courses

ID Course Name Duration Start Date
LNGA 5303 Digital Text 12 weeks May 2, 2022

Other Events

ID Event Name Duration Start Date
Summer Courses 2022 Preview 1 Hours April 22, 2022