AccueilHistory of the Atlantic world 1500-1800

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Publié le samedi 23 juin 2001 par Marin Dacos

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ANNOUNCING H-ATLANTIC H-NET LIST ON THE HISTORY OF THE ATLANTIC WORLD, 1500-1800 Sponsored by H-Net, Humanities & Social Sciences On-line, Michigan State University H-Atlantic is an international online discussion list for Atlantic World History from

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ANNOUNCING H-ATLANTIC
H-NET LIST ON THE HISTORY OF THE ATLANTIC WORLD, 1500-1800
Sponsored by H-Net, Humanities & Social Sciences On-line, Michigan State University

H-Atlantic is an international online discussion list for Atlantic World History from 1500 to 1800. This an interdisciplinary list for scholars who study British North America and the United States, Europe, West Africa, the Caribbean, and South America in a transatlantic context. It is open to all faculty, advanced students, and independent scholars interested in early modern Atlantic history. The List began as an email exchange in 1996 after the first meeting of the Harvard University Atlantic History Seminar
directed by Professor Bernard Bailyn under the auspices of the Charles Warren Center for Studies in American History.

H-Atlantic is free and open to anyone with a serious and abiding interest in the history of the Atlantic World. Like all H-Net lists, H-Atlantic is moderated to edit out material that, the editors' opinion, is not germane
to the list, involves technical matters (such as subscription management requests), is inflammatory, or violates evolving, yet common, standards of Internet etiquette. H-Net's procedure for resolving disputes over list editorial practices is Article II, Section 2.20 of our bylaws, located at:

http://www.h-net.msu.edu/about/by-laws.html

H-Atlantic is edited by:

Meaghan N. Duff, meaghan.duff@juno.com
Graciella Cruz-Taura, Florida Atlantic University, cruz@fau.edu
Andrew McMichael, Princeton University, amcmicha@Princeton.edu
Stephanie E. Smallwood, University of California, San Diego,
ssmallwood@ucsd.edu
David Weiland, Utah State University, djw3@cc.usu.edu

It is advised by a board of field experts.

Logs and more information can also be found at the H-Net Web Site, located at http://h-net.msu.edu/

To join H-Atlantic, please send a message from the account where you wish to receive mail, to:

listserv@h-net.msu.edu

(with no signatures or styled text, word wrap off for long lines) and only this text:

sub h-atlantic firstname lastname, institution
Example: sub h-atlantic Leslie Jones, Pacific State U

Follow the instructions you receive by return mail. If you have questions or experience difficulties in attempting to subscribe, please send a message to:

help@h-net.msu.edu

H-Net is an international network of scholars in the humanities and social sciences that creates and coordinates electronic networks, using a variety of media, and with a common objective of advancing humanities and social
science teaching and research. H-Net was created to provide a positive, supportive, equalitarian environment for the friendly exchange of ideas and scholarly resources, and is hosted by Michigan State University. For more information about H-Net, write to H-Net@H-net.msu.edu, or point your web browser to http://www.h-net.msu.edu

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Dates

  • samedi 30 juin 2001

URLS de référence

Source de l'information

  • H-France #
    courriel : cfdks [at] eiu [dot] edu

Pour citer cette annonce

« History of the Atlantic world 1500-1800 », Informations diverses, Calenda, Publié le samedi 23 juin 2001, http://calenda.org/186427