BodoArXiv is a non-profit initiative co-directed by Guy Geltner (University of Amsterdam and ScholarlyHub) and Daniel Lord Smail (Harvard University). Seed funding has been provided by ScholarlyHub through individual donations, and the project is technically enabled by the open-source, non-profit Center for Open Science’s Open Science Framework. Digital storage and the repository’s technical maintenance are provided free of charge through 2019, beyond which point a small fee ($10) is envisaged to help defray these costs. Reviewers’ work is voluntary and donations (yes, please!) help cover modest administrative costs.

The following committee of scholars across subfields in medieval studies has been gathered to deliberate and set BodoArXiv’s goals and moderation procedures:

Armies and Warfare: John Haldon (Princeton University) / Nicole Archambeau (Colorado State University)

Archaeology: Sharon DeWitte (University of South Carolina) / Caroline Goodson (Cambridge University)

Art and Architecture: Therese Martin (CSIC Madrid) / Stephennie Mulder (University of Texas at Austin)

Byzantium: Michael Grünbart (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität)

Economy and Trade: Justyna Wubs-Mrozewicz (Universiteit van Amsterdam) / Maryanne Kowaleski (Fordham University)

Environment: Timothy Newfield (Georgetown University) / Paolo Squatriti (University of Michigan at Ann Arbor)

Islamicate World: Kristina Richardson (Queens College) / Maaike van Berkel (Radboud Universiteit, Nijmegen)

Law: Helle Vogt (Københavns Universitet) / Kenneth Pennington (Catholic University of America)

Literature: Fiona Somerset (University of Connecticut) / Sarah Baccianti (Queens University Belfast)

Manuscripts, Archives and Codicology: Damien Kempf (University of Liverpool) / Kathryn Rudy (University of St Andrews)

Medicine, Science and Technology: Joseph Ziegler (University of Haifa) / Justin Stearns (New York University, Abu Dabi)

Philosophy and Theology: Daniel Schwartz (Texas A&M University)

Politics: Ana Rodriguez (CSIC Madrid) / Kathleen Neal (Monash University)

Religion: Celia Chazelle (The College of New Jersey) / Neslihan Şenocak (Columbia University)

Society and Culture: Franz-Josef Arlinghaus (Universität Bielefeld) / Miri Rubin (Queen Mary University of London)