History Online is a new series of seminars to explore freely accessible digital collections with archivists internationally. In the COVID and post-pandemic world, more primary-document research will be conducted via remote devices using new techniques. While upholding the rigors of responsible scholarship, what are the possibilities now available to scholars and students? With massive numbers of free-access collections globally going digital, how do we remain disciplined and targeted when searching, yet also let the information lead us to new findings? As with old-fashioned approaches, the archivists guide us to new understandings.
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Upcoming Session: Professor Mark Kramer
Director of Cold War Studies at Harvard University, Senior Fellow of Harvard's Davis
Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, and Director of Harvard's Sakharov Program
on Human Rights.
Date and Time: Friday 22 October 2021, 12pm EST (4pm GMT) via Zoom
Moderated by Slawomir Lukasiewicz, Professor of European Studies, John Paul II Catholic University
of Lublin; Visiting Scholar, Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Harvard University.
Chaired by Victoria Phillips, Visiting Fellow, Department of International History, London School
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