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Historical informatics
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A Historian in Modern Information Environment and “the Unity of the Different”
Salomatina Sof'ya

PhD in History

Associate Professor, Section of Historical Informatics, History Department, Lomonosov Moscow State University

119192, Russia, g. Moscow, Lomonovskii prospekt, d. 27, korp. 4, of. G423

ssalomatina@gmail.com
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DOI:

10.7256/2585-7797.2019.3.30739

Review date:

11-09-2019


Publish date:

21-11-2019


Abstract.

This article is another contribution to a discussion organized by the editorial board of “Historical Information Science” journal about the development trends in Russia regarding the use of information technologies in various fields of the humanities, but primarily in history. These are such non-identical academic fields as historical information science, digital humanities and digital history. However, historical information science is the principal topic of this article. The author is a professional historian specializing in research projects aimed at generating new historical knowledge and evaluates the opportunities modern electronic information environment provides. Supporting the diversity of creative and career paths of a historian as well as the experimental academic environment in which various “technological” fields of history develop, the author notes the paucity of historical studies recognized by a broad community of historians. 

Keywords: historical methods, history methodology, digital humanities, digital history, digital turn, historical information science, source study, digitized historical sources, historical information resources, educational technology
This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .

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