Adam Green

Editor-in-Chief

Adam is co-founder, creator, and main editor of The Public Domain Review and PDR Press. He also works on other experimental art and literary projects which build on his editorial work plumbing the depths of historical archives. Currently in limbo on the edge of the Peak District, UK.

Brian Jones

Technical Lead

Brian is a historian and web developer. He trained at the University of Texas at Austin, studying marine science and empire in early modern Spain. Previously, he was the co-founder and publisher of The Appendix, a journal of experimental and narrative history.

Hunter Dukes

Contributing Editor

Hunter Dukes lives in Helsinki and teaches at Tampere University. He studied English at Cambridge University, where he subsequently held a Junior Research Fellowship. His first book, Signature, a speculative travelogue and cultural history of autography, came out with Bloomsbury's Object Lessons series in 2020.

Lauren Washuk

Copyeditor

Lauren is an MLIS candidate who currently resides somewhere north of the Fraser River Delta in British Columbia. She reads and occasionally writes about the intersections between material culture, visual art and knowledge organization.

Heather Jacobson

Copyeditor

A former scientist, Heather now spends her time scrutinizing words. When she’s not reading and editing others’ words, she writes her own. She lives in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Nicholas Jeeves

Designer / Assoc. Editor (PDR Press)

Nicholas is a designer, writer, and lecturer in graphic design at Cambridge School of Art. Designer and Associate Editor at PDR Press since 2014, he has also produced books and catalogues for The Henry Moore Foundation, Atelier Xavier Veilhan, and the UK Film Council.

D. Graham Burnett

Series Editor (Conjectures)

Graham lives in New York City and teaches at Princeton. He trained in the History and Philosophy of Science at Cambridge, and currently works at the intersection of historical inquiry and artistic practice. He is also Yara Flores and, sometimes, Eigil zu Tage-Ravn.

The Public Domain Review was founded in 2011 by Adam Green and Jonathan Gray (who continues to offer the wisest counsel). It is registered in the UK as a Community Interest Company (#11386184), denoting a company existing primarily to benefit a community or with a view to pursuing a social purpose, with all profits having to be used for this purpose.

Postal correspondence:
The Public Domain Review
87 South Drive
Manchester, M21 8ED,
United Kingdom

A huge thanks to past members of the team: Melissa McCarthy, Alex Andriesse, Sam Dolbear, and Ned Pennant-Rea. And also to past volunteers: Danaé Panchaud, Zsa Zsa Shea, Anna Krentz, Jake DeBacher, Imogen Clarke, Margot Blankier, and Laura Tradii. And also to Lotta Heikkinen who was intern (courtesy of the Finnish Institute) from March to August 2015.

Although now independent, for the first five years of its existence The Public Domain Review was a project of the Open Knowledge Foundation — an organisation dedicated to promoting open data and open content in all their forms – and we worked closely alongside Open GLAM, a fellow OKF initiative, that promotes free and open access to digital cultural heritage held by Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums. We are eternally grateful to the OKF for all the help they gave us in our early years, particularly in helping us secure seed-funding from the Shuttleworth Foundation which kept the project going for its first two years.