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

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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.

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

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Dear H-SPORT readers:
Last year H-Net partnered with OAH 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 c

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

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Dear H-SHEAR Readers: Last year H-Net partnered with OAH 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 timely research and teaching materials to distant audiences unable to attend.  The OAH initiative includes materials relevant to

Left History is now open access!

Established in 1993, Left History is a peer-reviewed bi-annual scholarly journal run out of York University, with an editorial board of prominent left historians. Left History features articles by both established and new scholars from a variety of academic disciplines, on topics including race, politics, gender, sexuality, culture, the state, labour, the environment, human rights, theory, and method.

Anahide Ter Minassian

It saddens us to announce the death of French-Armenian historian Anahide Ter Minassian.
She was born in Paris in 1929 to a family from Mush and Sivas and passed away February 10th, 2019 in Fresnes near Paris at the age of 89.
 
She will be known to members of this list in particular for her work on Armenian revolutionary movements in the late Ottoman Empire, in which she vividly demonstrated the richness and diversity of Ottoman historical experience. More generally, she was a pioneer of Armenian Studies.

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