Celebrating 25 Years of Service

Dear friends,


This year we are celebrating twenty-five years of service by scholars, teachers, and students for scholars, teachers, and students to the humanities and social sciences. We own our servers and our members own their contributions. H-Net is a free, independent, nonprofit service creating valuable resources for researchers and educators, stored in a public, permanent archive while safeguarding the privacy of our subscribers. No algorithms, no data selling, no spam, no shouting. 

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Superb work and an invaluable service. Thank you.

Thanks a lot, Peter, Editors, Programmers for all your help and services over many years.

Thank you for all of your work; we'd all be lost without it.

Keep Up The Great Work!!

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Thanks for all of your work! Congratulations on 25 years!

I've been a member since nearly the beginning, and found it most useful in, for example, writing about urban heritage, and for an oral history project interviewing Australian historians (now at NLA), as well as contributing news and info myself.

You do a wonderful job. Thank you.

Re: Celebrating 25 Years of Service

Thank you, Jean Stuntz, for relaying the history of the long engagement of SAWH with H-Net. Although I am a relatively new member of SAWH, I try to support H-Net with contributions at least twice yearly. H-Net postings have helped me to establish a network of scholars working on similar projects and for a "newcomer" to a particularly area of research, building a network is vital. Do be generous in supporting H-Net!

Re: Celebrating 25 Years of Service

H-SAWH was one of the first networks on H-Net. We began in 1996. I was one of the original editors. In the early years, we were full of discussions: Where could I find the papers of this person? How do you convince students about the realities of life for Southern women? It was a real scholarly community and I learned so much from so many.

Celebrating 25 Years of Service

Dear friends,


This year we are celebrating twenty-five years of service by scholars, teachers, and students for scholars, teachers, and students to the humanities and social sciences. We own our servers and our members own their contributions. H-Net is a free, independent, nonprofit service creating valuable resources for researchers and educators, stored in a public, permanent archive while safeguarding the privacy of our subscribers. No algorithms, no data selling, no spam, no shouting. 

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