Aleksandra Pawliczek: Building up a Research Infrastructure on the First World War across Borders

The Collaborative EuropeaN Digital Archive Research Infrastructure (CENDARI) was funded by the European Commission to create a humanities research infrastructure that integrates access to archives, connects knowledge, and supports the research process for two domains: First World War studies and medieval history. Conceptualized as more than a static portal, it will not only give access to information on archival material relevant for these two domains, but also ...

... allow for network activities of historians, archivists and librarians which will preserve the system and create new digital research space to support and enhance specific historical methods of research. This paper gives an introduction into the work of the CENDARI project, focusing on the First World War domain and putting it into relation to the Medieval Studies as well as addressing the interdependencies between cultural heritage institutions and their clientele.

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