Project Notes and Credits: This
web site is a collaborative project created by students in English
415/516, "Research and Technology in the Humanities," taught by Professor Eric S. Rabkin at the
University of Michigan in Fall of 1999. The project members are listed in alphabetical order:
Gertz, Senior English Major, College of Literature, Sciences, and
Senior Double Major, Photography and Computer Graphics, School of Art and Design
and essays in the field of reanimated monsters and human monsters, including
mummies, and psychopathic killers.
Drew sketch of haunted house painting.
Composed mouseover illustrations in main page haunted house image.
Co-architect of main body of web site.
Ben Jones, Senior English Major, College of Literature, Sciences, and the Arts
in the field of technological monsters, including cyborgs, Frankenstein's
and human oddities.
Craig Martinus, M.A. Student in English and Education, School of Education
and essays in the field of reanimated monsters and ecological monsters, including
vampires and gillman. Creator of "Monster Blenders" and roll-over timelines. Author of individual
Mitchell, Ph.D. Student in English Language and Literature, Rackham
Research and essays in the field of human monsters, including freaks.
Key author of splash page, credit page, bibliographic page, introductory essay.
General editing of monster type essays.
Amanda Scotese, Senior English Major, College of Literature, Sciences, and the Arts
in the field of children's monsters, including cognitive development of fears.
Research in the field of human monsters, including psychotic killers and werewolves.
Painted acrylic painting of haunted house.