Institute of Global Education 2014 Conference: "Focus on the Future: Empowering Agents of Change"
H-Communal Societies is concerned with topics related to intentional communities, including the academic study of communities, participation and membership in them, and curatorship and other activities related to the preservation of historic communal sites and artifacts.
As you may have noticed over recent weeks, the H-Net discussion lists, including H-Communal-Societies, have been making a transition from an email-based, listserver format to a broader, more dynamic collection of web pages that are part of a new online presence, called the H-Net Commons. As part of the Commons, H-C-S can now host online projects and visual presentations as well as online, moderated discussion as was the case in the past.
Welcome to H-Communal Studies, H-Net’s network on intentional communities.
I. The H-Communal Studies Network: Scope, Content, Purpose.
Hildegard Temporini-Gräfin Vitzthum. Die Kaiserinnen Roms: Von Livia bis Theodora. München: C.H. Beck Verlag, 2002. 543 S. EUR 29.00 (broschiert), ISBN 978-3-406-49513-7.
Reviewed by Annetta Alexandridis (Institut fÃƒÂ¼r Altertumswissenschaften, UniversitÃƒÂ¤t Rostock) Published on H-Communal-Societies (May, 2003)
Catherine M. Rokicky. Creating A Perfect World: Religious and Secular Utopias in Nineteenth-Century Ohio. Athens: Ohio University Press, 2002. Ix + 181pp. $34.95 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-8214-1439-2.
Reviewed by Donald E. Pitzer (University of Southern Indiana) Published on H-Communal-Societies (December, 2002)
Ohio's Nineteenth-Century Communal Utopias