Datasets - Acknowledgments

Type of institution Dataset Composers and contributors
Commons The Netherlands This database was composed by Annelies Tukker (Utrecht University).
Belgium This database was composed by Tine De Moor (Utrecht University).
Guilds The Netherlands This dataset is based on the original dataset on Dutch guilds as composed by Piet Lourens and Jan Lucassen (both International Institute for Social History) and was further elaborated by Lotte van der Vleuten (Utrecht University) .
Belgium This dataset is based on the original dataset on Flemish guilds as composed by Hugo Soly (Free University of Brussels) and Bert Demunck (University of Antwerp) and was further elaborated by Bert Demunck, Lien Bielen and Ellen Decraene (all University of Antwerp).
China This dataset was composed by Christine Moll-Murata (University of Bochum), Maike Düsterhaus and Masato Murata (both independent researchers).  The data on the Beijing huiguan were collected by Richard Belsky (City University of New York).
England This dataset was composed by Gary Richardson (UC Irvine).
Italy This dataset was composed by Luca Mocarelli, Andrea Caracausi, (Università di Milano Bicocca).
Waterboards The Netherlands This dataset is based on the original Waterschapsarchieven Database as composed by Ludy Giebels and Chris Streefkerk and was expanded by Milja Van Tielhof (Instituut voor Nederlandse Geschiedenis).
Beguinages The Netherlands This dataset was composed by Tine De Moor (Utrecht University), Heleen Kole (Utrecht University) and Aart Vos (City archives of Den Bosch).
Belgium This dataset was composed on the basis of the work by Walter Simons (Cities of Ladies, 2001) and expanded by Tine De Moor (Utrecht University).
Germany This dataset is entirely based on the work of F-M. Reichstein, Das Beginenwesen in Deutschland. Studien und Katalog (2001).
Journeymen's boxes The Netherlands This dataset is based on (among other sources) the work of Sandra Bos (Uyt liefde tot malcander: Onderlinge hulpverlening binnen de Noord-Nederlandse gilden in internationaal perspectief (1570-1820), 1998) and was expanded by Lotte van der Vleuten (Utrecht University).