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The Scientific Committee (CS) of SnapHistory has the task of approving in advance the articles sent by the Editors, certified in compliance with the fundamental principles of adherence to historical truth and compliance with the guidelines.
The name of the person in charge of the approval process of each article may, at his choice, appear together with that of the Editor and represents a form of “guarantee” with respect to the truthfulness of the facts reported, allowing SnapHistory and the community of Editors and members of the CS to offer a scientific approach to the reading of historical facts.
If you have read how Snap History works, you will understand that to be a member of the Scientific Committee, it is necessary to have proven expertise in the historical field.
As we said we don’t work on Big Data and we don’t like them. So only a few fields are mandatory, it is certain that the more you fill in, the more likely it is to accept.
The application form will be available soon.