DIANE allows historians to work together across national and institutional boundaries. The research environment harbours several research projects on particular themes within the study of nationalism and national/regional movements. Researchers can set up collaborative or individual projects, insert information on persons, movements or events and immediately visualise the data on timelines, geographical maps and social network graphs.
This section showcases a selection of the data results in visualisations.
Direct democracy has been a means to gain greater autonomy for national and regional movements In the past decades, many national and regional movements have organised independence referendums, with varying resRead more
Throughout the second half of the nineteenth century, organised communal singing became a primary leisure activity in Europe that attracted all layers of society These choral societies often became instrumentsRead more