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Arts & Humanities

Public History in Russia and Its Failed Struggle Against Putin’s Historical Politics

Public history emerged in Russia in the 2010s as an attempt to resist the increasing monopolization of the past and its interpretations by Vladimir Putin’s regime. Despite public historians’ solid effort, the struggle was lost. What are the field’s pasts, presents – and potential futures?

Arts & Humanities

Call for Manuscripts: History of Philosophy and Science

For a new political philosophy book series, we are looking for English-language manuscripts on the history of the engagement between philosophy and science.

Arts & Humanities

Esther Wright on “Rockstar Games and American History”

Video games often present unique takes on historical narratives. In her latest book, Esther Wright explores historical authenticity in the Rockstar Games franchise. To learn more, we got together with her for a book talk.

Arts & Humanities

Digital Humanities – A Science unto Itself? A Conversation with Valérie Schafer

The digital humanities are up-and-coming, but what’s the buzz all about? We talked with historian Valérie Schafer about the challenges and developments of the humanities in an increasingly fast-paced and data-driven world.

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