Beyond Notability: Re-evaluating Women's Work in Archaeology, History and Heritage, 1870 – 1950
Starting in October 2021, this wiki will gradually be populated with linked data as part of a wider project that is re-evaluating of women's work in archaeology, history and heritage between 1870 and 1950. If you don't know what "linked data" is, the Linking Islands of Data project have made some lovely video explainers.
We are learning as we are going, and - line with our values - we are doing that learning in public so as to respond to community input and contributions. This means that our knowledge graph is a living resource, and that any results derived from it will - until we publish a "final" dataset towards the close of the project in 2024 - be provisional.
Where to start
Some suggested starting point to see the content of this wiki:
- Search (top right) for something or someone you expect to find
- All women in the wiki
- List of all items (321 items per page)
- List of all properties (if nothing shows, hit find on the landing page)
- Query service
If you want to modify the contents of this wiki you need to sign up using the following link. After you have signed up and confirmed your email, you can start making your modifications either manually or in batches using QuickStatements
In this section there are several resources that can help you understand the MediaWiki and Wikibase ecosystems.
- Wikibase/DataModel/Primer: An introduction to the Wikibase data model
- SPARQL crash course using the Wikidata Query Service
- MediaWiki main page
- Wikibase main page
- Meta, where we show our working.
Special thanks to @addshore for creating WbStack, without which this knowledge base would have taken much longer to get going. In June 2022, this knowledge base was migrate from WbStack to Wikibase Cloud. We thank Wikimedia Deutschland for developing, maintaining, and supporting this vital infrastructure.
This wiki is published by the Beyond Notability Project Team. We are legally responsible for its content.