How did the first Public History study program influence the formation of public history perception in Russia?
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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
We study “shared authority” as extremely important for the study of non-state public forms of talking about the past and heritage.
How do Russian digital public history projects differ from such projects in the world? Who is developing them?
In the Soviet Union, Victory Day was commemorated with little fanfare, if any at all. Since then, however, the parade has been held every year, just steps away from the Kremlin.
As 190 years have passed since the publication, August Ludwig Schlözer has contributed to the development of the teaching of universal history and didactics of history in Russia.