Dinara Gagarina

Dr. Dinara Gagarina

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiterin
Raum: Raum 2.312, Bismarckstraße 12, 91054 Erlangen
Scientific interests:
  • Digital history and digital humanities.
  • Historical information systems and databases. Models, principals, design. Relational databases. Data storage and retrieval. Information systems for history research. Web-applications.
  • Mathematical modeling and quantitative methods in history.
  • Digital education. Digital humanities pedagogy.

Curriculum vitae

2023 – present Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg: researcher
2023 – present American University of Central Asia, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan: visiting research fellow
2018 – 2022 HSE University, Moscow and Perm, Russia: Center for Digital Humanities, acting director; Master’s program Digital Humanities, academic supervisor, 2020-2022; Group for Historical Research, head of the group, 2021-2022; Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, dean, 2019-2021; Department of Humanities, head of the department, associate professor, 2018-2022.
2004-2019 Perm State University, Perm, Russia: Center for Digital Humanities (till 2016 – Historical and Political Information Science Laboratory), researcher, project manager, 2004-2019; Department of Information Technologies, associate professor, 2004-2018; Department of Russian Contemporary History, associate professor, 2009-2018.
2018-2023 Visiting Lecturer: Nazarbayev University, Astana, Kazakhstan; European Humanities University, Vilnius, Lithuania; Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, etc.
2007 – 2022 Fellowships, internships and summer schools: European Summer University in Digital Humanities “Culture & Technology”, Leipzig University, Germany, 2016-2022; summer school “Beyond Editing: Advanced Solutions and Technologies”, DARIAH, Prague University, 2017; program “TXM technology”, Laboratory ICAR, University of Lyon, France, 2015; program “Scientific and educational information systems for historians” University of Cologne, Germany, 2007; program “Information technologies in teaching humanities”, University of Graz, Austria, 2007.
2009 PhD in eLearning and Digital Education in History, Russian Academy of Education, Moscow
2004 MA in Mathematics (Mathematical modeling), Perm State University
2002 BA in Mathematics, Perm State University
Languages English (C1); German (A2); Russian (native).
Publications and citations databases Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.ru/citations?user=Z_ilEHIAAAAJ; ResearcherID: http://www.researcherid.com/rid/P-4333-2016; ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9727-3974.

Research projects

  • Postcolonial Digital Humanities in Central Asia (FAU, 2023)
  • Russia-Ukraine War Art (AUCA, 2023).
  • Migration as a factor in the social transformation of the regions of the USSR in the period of post-war reconstruction: analysis by tools of digital humanities (HSE, 2020-2022).
  • Biography of museum computerization (HSE, 2022).
  • Oral histoRies on the fAll of The irOn cuRtain (ORATOR) (Luxembourg University, 2019-present), c2dh.uni.lu/events/oral-histories-fall-iron-curtain-orator.
  • Heraldry (database and research of educational and career trajectories of the 18th century nobility) (HSE, 2021-2022).
  • Concepts and approaches of Digital Humanities: educational course (PSU – HSE, 2017-2018), ru.
  • Information environment of historical education: model, resources, teaching methods (PSU, 2011-2012).
  • Formation of parliamentary subelite in late imperial Russia (PSU, 2016-2018), psu.ru.
  • The Russian Revolution of 1917 and the Civil War in Perm Province Periodicals (PSU, 2016-2017), ru.
  • Historical information systems: methodological, theoretical, and applied problems of creation and use (PSU, 2013-2015), ru.
  • Perm Province Periodicals (1914-1919) as a historical source for the First World War study: Information System Creation and Source Study Analysis (PSU, 2014-2015), ru.