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dc.contributor.authorMilligan, Ian 16:59:23 (GMT) 16:59:23 (GMT)
dc.descriptionCopyright© 2017 The Chronicle of Higher Education. This text-only version of the article is presented with permission for scholarly sharing purposes only. All other use requires permission of the YGS Group. To view the original see:
dc.description.abstractOur collective cultural heritage faces a serious problem: In the digital age, we can document and "remember" more than ever before. But the scale of historical material is so huge that it will decisively change how scholars interested in the past research and write. This article considers the technical challenges and intellectual implications of a historical record being created on the web and suggests new possibilities and opportunities for historians and archivists to work with these records.en
dc.publisherThe Chronicle of Higher Educationen
dc.subjectOnline recorden
dc.subjectHistorical researchen
dc.subjectWeb archivesen
dc.titleThe Problem of History in the Age of Abundanceen
dcterms.bibliographicCitationIan Milligan, “The Problem of History in the Age of Abundance,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, December 2016.en
uws.contributor.affiliation1Faculty of Artsen

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