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Adam Crymble is a PhD History candidate at King’s College London and the Project Manager of British History Online. He blogs at Thoughts on Public & Digital History and can be found on Twitter at @Adam_Crymble.
Fred Gibbs is an Assistant Professor of History at the University of New Mexico. He tweets as @fredgibbs and blogs at fredgibbs.net
Miriam Posner is a digital humanities program coordinator at the University of California, Los Angeles. She blogs at Miriam Posner and can be found on Twitter as @miriamkp.
Jeremy Boggs is the Design Architect for Digital Research Scholarship at the University of Virginia Library. Jeremy can be found at ClioWeb and on Twitter as @clioweb.
William J. Turkel is an Associate Professor of History at the University of Western Ontario and director of the Network in Canadian History & Environment (NiCHE) Digital Infrastructure. His website is http://williamjturkel.net and he can be found on Twitter as @williamjturkel.
Editors at Large
Alan MacEachern is an Associate Professor of History at the University of Western Ontario and the Director of the Network in Canadian History & Environment (NiCHE).
Ian Milligan is an Assistant Professor of Canadian History at the University of Waterloo and Co-Editor of Active History.
Sara Palmer is a recent fellow of the Lewis H. Beck Center for Electronic Collections at Emory University. Sara can be found on Twitter as @sarepal.
Allison Hegel is a graduate student at UCLA. Allison can be found on Twitter as @AllisonHegel.
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We wish to extend a thanks to our reviewers who ensure the lessons are up to scratch. At the time of writing, this has included the following people: Jim Clifford, Amanda Morton, Sheila Brennan, John Fink, Luke Bergmann, Aurélien Berra, Nora McGregor, Patrick Burns, Sarah Simpkin, Finn Arne Jørgensen, Dave Shepard, Nick Ruest, Konrad Lawson, Nick Pearce, Amanda Morton, Spencer Roberts, . Thanks to all of you.
The Programming Historian 2 is grateful to the Network in Canadian History & Environment (NiCHE), ScholarsLab at the University of Virginia, The Center for Digital Humanities at UCLA, as well as to the Roy Rozensweig Centre for History & New Media (CHNM) for providing us with a publishing platform and a boost of enthusiasm.