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Digital Technologies and Resources in Historical Research: Discussions and Experience

Borodkin Leonid

Doctor of History

Professor, Historical Information Science Department Head, Faculty of History, Lomonosov Moscow State University,  corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences 

119991, Russia, Moskva oblast', g. Moscow, ul. Lomonosovskii Prospekt, 27-4

borodkin-izh@mail.ru
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Vladimirov Vladimir Nikolaevich

Doctor of History

Professor, Department of Archival Studies and Historical Computer Science, Altai State University

of. 312, ul. Lenina, 61, g. Barnaul, Altaiskiy krai, Russia, 656049,

vvladimirov@icloud.com
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DOI:

10.7256/2585-7797.2019.2.30239

Review date:

08-07-2019


Publish date:

17-07-2019


Abstract: The article discusses topical issues of the development of methodological tools of historical research in the light of the “digital turn”. The current agenda is formed today in the framework of international conferences and round tables. In the first part of the article the authors characterize the interdisciplinary discussion that took place at the Helsinki conference in 2019. The discussion focused on the role of digital data and tools in historians' research practices and forms of cooperation. Special attention is paid to the question of the extent to which the “digital turn” affects the fundamental aspects of historical research and its results. In the second part of the article it is noted that the answer to this question can be obtained through concrete historical research projects. The characteristic of a number of the latest works of Russian and foreign historians using digital resources and technologies in concrete historical research is given.


Keywords: historical information science, economic history, big data sets, online access, digital technologies, digital resources, digitization, digital turn, digital humanities, specific historical research
This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .

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