Matthew Munson holds a bachelor’s degree in Education from the University of Kansas and in Theology from Loyola College in Baltimore, Maryland, and a master’s degree in Religious Studies from the University of Virginia. While a student at the University of Virginia, Matthew began working in the digital humanities center there, the Scholars’ Lab, and immediately became interested in the fascinating insights digital methods could give into ancient religious texts. He received a Scholars’ Lab Digital Humanities Fellowship in 2009-2010 to explore the use of text-mining strategies to identify relationships between the Greek texts of St. Paul in the New Testament and the Hebrew texts of the Old Testament. At the GCDH, Matthew previously worked in the European project DARIAH (Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities) coordinating the DARIAH work package concerning VREs on the German and European level and is also coordinating the development of the DARIAH international digital humanities summer school, planned for August, 2013 and 2014 in Göttingen. His current research interests lie in the area of semantic drift and methods of calculating the change in the meanings of words from the Old Testament to the New Testament.