Kees Teszelszky (1972) is a historian and curator of the digital collections. He graduated at the University of Leiden (Political Science, 1999) and at the University of Amsterdam (East European Studies, 1998) and obtained his PhD at the University of Groningen (Cultural History, 2006). He has been involved in research on web archiving and born digital sources since 2012. His present research field covers the selection, harvest and presentation of born digital sources at the KB. He is currently involved in projects on internet archaeology in the Netherlands, mapping the Frisian and Dutch national web domain, online news, special web collections and the historic sources of our Post-truth era. He is editor of the International Journal of Digital Humanities (IJDH) and lead curator ‘Climate Change’ and ‘War in Ukraine’ special web collections of the International Internet Preservation Coalition (IIPC).
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