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date: 06 October 2022

Digital Resources: Intellectuals in Brazillocked

Digital Resources: Intellectuals in Brazillocked

  • Eliana Regina de Freitas DutraEliana Regina de Freitas DutraUniversidade Federal de Minas Gerais
  •  and Renato Pinto VenancioRenato Pinto VenancioUniversidade Federal de Minas Gerais

Summary

The en masse digitalization of sets of documents held by memory institutions in Brazil and the promotion of remote access to them has impacted the writing and the reinterpretation of Brazilian history and historiography in different dominions. In Brazil, at the national and regional levels, there are numerous academies, libraries, foundations, museums, institutions, and centers of documentation which preserve and are progressively making various—and often meaningful—collections available online to scholars and researchers in the area of intellectual history. Taking into account the quantity and diversity of these collections, already available on the Internet, and the impossibility of elaborating an exhaustive inventory, it was decided to present a sample of institutions of diverse natures which hold expressive sets of collections with online access, whether in their totality or significant parts of them.

This option was complemented by the no less important listing of the collection of a foreign university library, as well as the listing of various other digital addresses considered useful for the knowledge of researchers. It is also worth mentioning that the selected sites not only contain significant digitalized sets of documents but also allow free and unrestricted access, through online research instruments.

Subjects

  • History of Brazil
  • Cultural History
  • Digital Innovations, Sources, and Interdisciplinary Approaches
  • Intellectual History

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