Acknowledgements

Acknowledgements

coloniaLab projects currently involve manuscripts and other rare materials held in the collections of the following institutions: Archives du Ministère des Affaires Étrangères (La Courneuve, France), Archivo General de las Indias (Seville), Archivo Histórico de Antioquia (Medellín), Archivo Histórico Bernardo Martínez Villa (Santa Fe de Antioquia), Archivo Histórico Nacional (Madrid),  Biblioteca Nacional de España (Madrid), The Bodleian Library (Oxford), The British Library (London), The Hispanic Society of America (New York City), The John Carter Brown Library (Providence), The Library of Congress (Washington, D.C.), The National Archives (London), The Newberry Library (Chicago), and The Royal Society (London).

The following units at the University of North Florida have played important roles in supporting coloniaLab: Center for Instruction and Research Technology (CIRT); Digital Humanities Institute; Office of Undergraduate Research; International Center; Information Technology Services; and the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures.

Projects being carried out by coloniaLab have benefited from the advice and assistance of Isaias Lerner (1932–2013), Lía Schwartz and Raquel Chang–Rodríguez (The Graduate Center of The City University of New York); John O’Neill (Hispanic Society of America); Andy Jewell and Amanda Gailey (Center for Digital Research in the Humanities, University of Nebraska–Lincoln); The Certificate Program in Interactive Technology and Pedagogy at The Graduate Center (CUNY); Laurie Taylor and James Cusick (University of Florida Smathers Libraries); Miller Krause (Western Washington University); Hannah Alpert-Abrams (NEH Office of Digital Humanities); Steven Olsen–Smith (Boise State University); Carl Stahmer (University of California, Davis), Tom Harper (British Library); Lauren VanNest (Newberry Library); Guillermo Morán Dauchez (AGI); and Aurora Díez-Canedo (Universidad Autónoma Nacional de México).