Matthew Hunter is the Digital Scholarship Librarian in the Florida State University Libraries Office of Digital Research and Scholarship. His work centers around providing technology and application support for faculty performing digital scholarship of all kinds, focusing primarily on novel avenues for humanistic inquiry and the dissemination of scholarly work. His current research interests include spatial humanities, data visualization, and extended reality applications in humanities research, as well as issues related to digital cultural heritage.
Matt is also a doctoral student in History at Florida State University, where he focuses on the intersection of the medieval English agricultural economy and food studies. His research focuses primarily on the manorial accounts of the Bishopric of Winchester and the patterns of consumption they reveal throughout the early and high middle ages.