The Amsterdam Time Machine is working on several different applications, each illustrating a part of the ATM philosophy. In the Jewish Quarter project, the subject of an earlier post, the central goal is to connect datasets from different archives and museums that enable story telling about people, houses, and eventsContinue Reading

The Amsterdam Time Machine collaborates with researchers from Amsterdam Diaries, a project led by Babs Boter (Free University Amsterdam) and Marleen Rensen (University of Amsterdam). This project aims to collect, study, and present personal stories on the city of Amsterdam throughout the centuries to a broad audience. With an interdisciplinaryContinue Reading

Together with the Jewish Museum, the Amsterdam Time Machine has taken the initiative to connect datasets from various archives and collections about Jewish Amsterdam. Along with Menno den Engelse of Islands of Meaning, we started with two streets: the Jodenbreestraat and the Nieuwe Amstelstraat. The Jewish Museum has figured outContinue Reading