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2011 Stroomer, H.J.; 10.17026/dans-zdu-6a4w
The Netherlands Institute of Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences (NIAS) has been awarded a SURFoundation grant to produce an "Enhanced Publication" in collaboration with Data Archiving and Network Services (DANS). NIAS selected the Tashelhiyt-Berber Dictionary project of Professor Harry Stroomer (Leiden University, The Netherlands) for this award. Professor Stroomer works at the finalisation of a extensive dictionary of this language of which he will publish a traditional paper version. The aim of the grant is to build an internet prototype of enhanced selected parts of this dictionary.
This dataset is meant to be a pilot project aiming to see how such an inclusion of digital data works technically and to see whether the resulting enriched entries really improve the understanding of the cultural concepts involved.