Jewish-Muslim Research Network and reading group

Dear colleagues,

I am writing to share news of the launch of a research network based in Manchester, UK. The Jewish-Muslim Research Network (JMRN) is an cross-disciplinary initiative bringing together researchers studying Jews, Muslims, Judaism, Islam and the links and interactions between them, across historical and geographical contexts. By taking a broad definition of the above terms, JMRN hopes to facilitate productive discussion between scholars who otherwise might not come into contact.

OAH Amplified Initiative - Now Available on the H-Net Commons

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Dear H-HistBibl subscribers: Last year H-Net partnered with the Organization of American Historians to conduct interviews with historians and record panel sessions at the organization's annual conference.  This project deepened H-Net's longstanding service to scholarly organizations through conference reports, special sessions, and recordings that bring research and teaching materials to distant audiences unable to attend.  The OAH initiative includes materials in digital history such as a panel on

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[Editor's note: Unlike conference Twitter feeds and other on-site media channels, the conference materials on the OAH page have been curated, catalogued, and permanently archived for you to use or share.  H-Net hopes that this will initiate a new H-Net service to scholarly organizations and individuals who are unable to attend conferences in person.

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H-Net has many interesting and innovative initiatives, among them a Mellon Foundation-sponsored partnership with Pathwright to digitize panels at the Organization of American Historians and make them available here on the H-Net Commons. Topics that might be of interest include podcasting, open access publishing, and teaching historical literacy.

H-Net Job Guide: 7 January 2019 - 14 January 2019

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