Editor's Note Volume V, Number 1
Enthusiasts of history, it is with pride and honor that we bring you once more a new issue of TALA: An Online Journal of History. Now in its fifth year, we would like to present new research outputs in history.
This issue focuses on the continued relevance of studying and writing history. The pandemic revealed the vulnerabilities of our current society, especially in disseminating information and validating the authenticity and truthfulness of facts. This problem has been exacerbated by the widespread use of social media, which has been used as a tool to misinform the great majority of the people. Hence, people are now confused about distinguishing what is right from wrong and what is valid from not. With these current challenges, we are then called back to our roots and redeem the lost knowledge of the past. This journal's objective is to unravel the pieces of knowledge hidden in the past through publishing scholarly and well-researched articles that counter the elements of historical distortion and negation.
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