H-Scholar is sponsored by the National Coalition of Independent Scholars. Its purposes are: assisting independent scholars to share their work and research interests with the larger community, enhancing their productivity by promoting the sharing of information and resources, facilitating communication between independent and academically affiliated scholars with shared interests and concerns, providing information about issues of general interest to all working scholars regardless of their discipline or situation and creating a forum for discussion of specific scholarly issues across disciplinary boundaries.

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H-Scholar is H-Net's Network for independent scholars and scholarship.

I. The H-Scholar Network: Scope, Content, Purpose

THE FOCUS OF H-SCHOLAR is the pursuit of serious scholarship that is not supported by institutional resources: independent scholarship. To this end, H-Scholar encourages subscribers to share their research interests, methodologies, and concerns with the larger community; share information and resources; and raise issues of general interest to all working scholars regardless of their discipline or situation.

Author: 
Elizabeth Welt Trahan
Reviewer: 
Alice Goldfarb Marquis

Marquis on Trahan, 'Walking with Ghosts: A Jewish Childhood in Wartime Vienna'


Elizabeth Welt Trahan. Walking with Ghosts: A Jewish Childhood in Wartime Vienna. New York: Peter Lang, 1998. 252 pp. $32.95 (paper), ISBN 978-0-8204-3692-0.

Reviewed by Alice Goldfarb Marquis (Independent Scholar)
Published on H-Scholar (March, 1999)

Haunting Memories

Author: 
Stephen P. Halbrook
Reviewer: 
Jon Roland

Roland on Halbrook, 'Freedmen, The Fourteenth Amendment, and the Right to Bear Arms, 1866-1876'


Stephen P. Halbrook. Freedmen, The Fourteenth Amendment, and the Right to Bear Arms, 1866-1876. Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 1999. xiii + 230 pp. $55.00 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-275-96331-6.

Reviewed by Jon Roland (President, Constitution Society)
Published on H-Scholar (February, 1999)

Understanding The Fourteenth Amendment

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