Rotunda gratefully acknowledges the assistance we have received from our sponsoring institutions and collaborators.
The University of
Rotunda is a part of The University of Virginia Press, founded in 1963 to advance the intellectual interests of institutions of higher learning throughout the state. The Press publishes fifty to sixty books per year, primarily in fields of the humanities and social sciences, with special concentrations in American history, African American studies, architecture, Southern studies, literature, ecocriticism, and regional titles.
MarkLogic produces the MarkLogic Server, the native XML database program that we use for content management and for search, retrieval, and display of our document data.
The Institute for
Advanced Technology in the Humanities
The Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities, in collaboration with the University of Virginia Press, was instrumental in developing the grant proposal that gave rise to Rotunda. IATH was founded in 1992 to support humanities projects that use information technology as a research tool. So far, the Institute has launched over 40 projects in diverse disciplines including classics, literature, history, music, religious studies, and art history.
The University of
In 1992, the University of Virginia library began developing digital resources at the Electronic Text Center, which worked with IATH to explore issues relating to the collection, preservation, and dissemination of original digital scholarship. We are grateful for assistance with archival issues from their successors, Alderman Library’s Digital Curation Services and Scholar’s Lab. The Cataloging and Metadata Services Department has graciously provided MARC records for all our digital publications.
The Virginia Foundation for the Humanities
We have worked closely with the VFH’s Documents Compass group on their development of People of the Founding Era and the transcription project that led to our Founders Early Access publication.
SyncRO Soft Ltd.
SyncRO Soft is the company that produces the <oXygen/> XML Editor that is our workhorse tool for XML document creation and transformation. We gratefully acknowledge their support and assistance.