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September 21, 2020

Appel à candidatures pour de nouveaux membres

Sofia Papastamkou

Le Programming Historian publie des tutoriels sur un large éventail de méthodes numériques, de techniques et de flux de travail appliqués à la recherche et à l’enseignement en sciences humaines et sociales. La revue est en accès libre intégral et repose entièrement sur une équipe de chercheurs et chercheuses en SHS qui la gèrent à titre de bénévoles et sans rémunération. À l’origine lancé en anglais, le Programming Historian propose aussi des versions en espagnol, en français et, bientôt, en portugais.


September 19, 2020

Join Our Growing Institutional Partnership Programme

Adam Crymble and Jennifer Isasi

19th century image of a magician


July 1, 2020

Second Newsletter of 2020

Jennifer Isasi

A cropped image with the word Summer.


July 1, 2020

Deuxième newsletter de 2020

Jennifer Isasi

Une image recadrée avec le mot l'été.


July 1, 2020

Segundo boletín informativo del 2020

Jennifer Isasi

Imagen recortada con la palabra verano en inglés


June 29, 2020

Why Programming Historian is not fully implementing Plan-S Recommendations

Adam Crymble

Programming Historian has been fully Open Access since day one. For a decade now our team has been publishing academic content and making it freely and widely available online to more than 1-million people per year. In that time, we’ve never charged an author, reader, or a library a penny for accessing our material.


May 26, 2020

Full-Text Search for Lessons

Zoe LeBlanc

In an effort to make finding lessons more user-friendly, we’ve officially launched full-text searching for all our lessons. Previously you could use filter buttons to select lessons based on topic or activity, and sort them by date and difficulty. However, you weren’t able to find lessons based on their content.