The director and principal researcher of the I.Sicily project is Dr Jonathan Prag, Associate Professor in Ancient History in the Faculty of Classics at the University of Oxford, and a Fellow of Merton College. Jonathan has been working on Ancient Sicily since he started work on a PhD on Roman Sicily in 1999 at the University of London, and has published a number of articles on the history, historiography, and epigraphy of Hellenistic and Roman Sicily. He currently looks for any excuse he can find to get back out to Sicily.
The technical consultant for I.Sicily is Dr James Cummings, Senior Academic Research Technology Specialist at IT Services in the University of Oxford.
The principal developer for I.Sicily is James Chartrand of Open Sky Solutions.
Dr Michael Metcalfe is responsible for the work to create and maintain the database of museums.
Dr Ilenia Gradante, Research Associate of the Faculty of Classics, University of Oxford, is working on the integration of material from the Siracusa catacombs, while holding a Shohet scholarship from the International Catacomb Society.
Tuuli Ahlholm (doctoral student in the Faculty of Classics, University of Oxford) is working as research assistant on the project, coordinating the editing and curation of files and data.
I.Sicily is very actively supported by many individuals in Sicily and beyond, and is most grateful to the following (among many others) for their ongoing support: Beatrice Basile (ex-Soprintendente per i Beni Archeologici, Siracusa), Mariella Musumeci, (responsabile del polo regionale di Siracusa per i siti e i musei archeologici), Angela Maria Manenti (Museo Archeologico Regionale Paolo Orsi, Siracusa), Gioconda Lamagna (Museo Archeologico Regionale, Agrigento), Gabriella Tigano & Rocco Burgio (Soprintendenza per i Beni Archeologici, Messina), Maria Grazia Branciforte (ex-Soprintendenza per i Beni Archeologici, Catania), Valentina Noto (Museo Civico Castello Ursino, Catania), Orazio Licandro (Assessore Saperi e bellezza condivisa, Catania), Daria Spampinato (ISTC-CNR, Catania), Lorenzo Campagna (University of Messina), Rebecca Henzel (Frei Universitat, Berlin), and many others. We look forward to continually expanding the list!