Our Supporters The Programming Historian is grateful to our past and current supporters for enabling us to bring these resources to the world, free at the point of access to readers everywhere. Institutional Partners Contributors to our Institutional Partner Programme. KU Leuven Bibliotheken, Belgium Institute of Historical Research Wohl Library, United Kingdom University of Sussex Library, United Kingdom Centre for Data, Culture and Society, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom Western University Library, Canada Corporation for Digital Scholarship, United States Centre for Contemporary and Digital History, Université du Luxembourg, Luxembourg Software Sustainability Institute, United Kingdom Princeton University, United States Transkribus - READ COOP, Austria RStudio, PBC, United States University of Waterloo, Canada Universidad de los Andes, Colombia Royal Danish Library / Copenhagen University Library, Denmark Aarhus University Library, Denmark Roskilde University Library, Denmark Cambridge Digital Humanities, United Kingdom Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany MIT Libraries, United States University of Nebraska-Lincoln, United States The National Archives, United Kingdom College of the Liberal Arts, Penn State University, United States Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany University of Bristol Library, United Kingdom University of Sheffield Library, United Kingdom School of Advanced Study, University of London, United Kingdom University of Lancaster Library, United Kingdom Research Centre for Digital Publishing and Digital Humanities, Beijing Normal University at Zhuhai, China Department of Digital Humanities and Department of History, King’s College London, United Kingdom Department of Information Studies, University College London, United Kingdom Sussex Humanities Lab, United Kingdom University of York, United Kingdom We welcome enquiries from prospective Institutional Partner Programme contributors. Additional Supporters Organizations that have or continue to give support ranging from in kind services, to project-specific funding. Jisc & The National Archives (UK), ‘Programming Historian publications: developing computational skills for digital collections’ [2021-2022]. UCL, Faculty of Arts & Humanities, United Kingdom . Escola de Ciências Sociais FGV CPDOC, “Literacia digital: modelando competências digitais para humanistas e cientistas sociais”, Brazil [2021-2022]. Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia, through their special programme ‘Verão com Ciência 2021’, Portugal [September 2021] The Open Knowledge Foundation Open Data Day mini-grant scheme, United Kingdom . The University of Sussex, United Kingdom: University of Sussex Library [2020-Present] School of History, Art History and Philosophy, University of Sussex  ESRC Impact Accelerator Account, University of Sussex, . The British Academy Writing Workshops funding scheme, United Kingdom . The dSHARP lab at Carnegie Mellon University sponsored by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, United States [2018-2020]. The Network in Canadian History & Environment, Canada [2011-2013]. Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, George Mason University, United States [2011-2022]. UCL Centre for Digital Humanities, United Kingdom [2021-2022]. Individual Supporters We are grateful to our many dozens of individual sponsors who contribute through Patreon or Paypal donations. We particularly want to acknowledge our founding Patreon subscribers at each tier level: Rachel Murphy (‘Subscriber’) Miriam Posner (‘Apprentice’) Laura Gayle Green (‘Educator’) Tim Hitchcock (‘Patron’) We also publicly thank all of our ‘Patron’ and ‘Educator’ supporters: Tim Hitchcock Shawn Graham Jeff Blackadar Jodi Burkett Michael Piotrowski Mark Edwin Peterson Nickoal Eichmann-Kalwara Bruno Magalhães Dimitra Koutla Ben Akrigg Laura Gayle Green (Educator) Rebecca Kahn (Educator) Sarah Melton (Educator) Laurissa Stokes (Educator) Monica Berti (Educator) Ajit Balakrishnan Simon Mahony Robert C.H. Sweeny Management of Donations and Sponsorship Donations and sponsorship are managed by Dr. James Baker on behalf of the Project Team of The Programming Historian.