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.