|Title of host publication||Research and Education in Urban History in the Age of Digital Libraries|
|Editors||Florian Niebling, Sander Münster, Heike Messemer|
|Number of pages||22|
|Publication status||Published - 2021|
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Acknowledgments. The research for this article, conducted in the context of the CLARIAH Amsterdam Time Machine project (2018–2019), was a collaboration between Fryske Akademy (Hans Mol, Mark Raat and Thomas Vermaut), KNAW Humanities Cluster (Gertjan Filarski, Marieke van Erp, Astrid Kulsdom), AdamNet (Henk Wals, Ivo Zandhuis), International Institute of Social History (Richard Zijde-man), Meertens Institute (Nicoline van der Sijs, Kristel Doreleijers, Brenda Assendelft) and University of Amsterdam (Julia Noordegraaf, Claartje Rasterhoff, Thunnis van Oort, Charlotte Vrielink and Vincent Baptist), and was financially supported by the NWO Roadmap for Large-scale Research Infrastructures project CLARIAH. Creating Linked Data for streets and districts and for cultural heritage collections in Amsterdam was done by the AdamNet Foundation in the AdamLink project, financed by the Pica Foundation (Stichting Pica).
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