The relationship between historical research and Wikipedia continues to be controversial because of the ‘five pillars’
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There are substantial differences between amateur and institutional environments on collaborative platforms.
Collaborative writing has certainly received a very strong impulse and an unprecedented development in the last twenty years
Abstract: An interview with Misha Melnichenko, Director of the Center for ego-documents study “Prozhito” at the European University at St. Petersburg. The interview for Public History Weekly was conducted by… Read More ›
Popular memory shared in social networks aids to popularize history and remembrance of the Soviet terror and its victims
Some formats of public history in Western Australia are uniquely linked to the state’s distinctive history, environments, and culture.
If we try to focus on the differentiation of empirical research in history didactics, we see that the German-speaking world is currently putting a greater emphasis on interdisciplinary teams like HiTCH.