Interdisciplinarity in the structure of modern methodology of history

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The integration of humanitarian research has greatly expanded the range of related disciplines involved in the process of historical cognition. The article examines the epistemological aspects of interdisciplinaryism as the main principle of the development of modern history methodology. The consequence of strengthening inter-subject relationships in historical studies was the complexity of vocabulary, the emergence of new concepts borrowed from related disciplines. The modern conceptual system is caused by the appearance of new objects of study, which were not in the “classical” historical science, so called “event history.” Some of them (gender, historical memory, totalitarianism, childhood, the environment, etc.) are established in their status of “historical” and interdisciplinary. At the same time, there appeared new objects of “non-event” history studies (history of emotions, violence, etc.) which require an appeal to evolutionary psychology, historical sociology, anthropology and other areas of humanitarian knowledge.

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Liudmila K. Ryabova

Institute of History of St. Petersburg State University

Email: l.ryabova@spbu.ru
Ph.D. in History, Associate Professor, Institute of History 7-9, Universitetskaya naberegnaiia, St. Petersburg, 199034, Russia

Eugene V. Petrov

Institute of History of St. Petersburg State University

Author for correspondence.
Email: pyotroff@gmail.com
ORCID iD: 0000-0002-0510-5536

Dr. habil. hist., Professor, Institute of History

7-9, Universitetskaya naberegnaiia, St. Petersburg, 199034, Russia

Anatoly A. Ryabov

St. Petersburg State University of Economics

Email: ranspb@yandex.ru
Ph.D. in Philosophy, Associate Professor 30-32, Naberegnaiia Kanala Griboyedova, St. Petersburg, 191023, Russia

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