This paper analyses the historiosophical views of Francois Guizot (1787—1874) using the example of his writings in the period of the First Empire (1804—1814). The chronological frames chosen in the paper allow us to look at the basis and arguments of Guizot's historical theory without political conjuncture.
The article explores the origins and development of the public history movement in America. Concerning the transformation of ideas and approaches in Public history since its establishing, the author points out what caused the evolution of Public history and in what direction it moved. The author argues that the changes which happened in Public history in the late 1990s were essential for the movement from professional training to the participative model of history making. This finally brought about the collaboration between historians and their public.
The article analyzes the human capital of young political figures. Based on the methodology of the resource approach, using methods of modern statistics, the author identifies three groups of young political figures: political leaders, political activists and social activists - that allows demonstrate differentiation within this category of youth. Empirical base for the study was the results of sociological research in the format of online survey.