On July 1, 2015, H-Net Council voted to de-commission H-SOLCHA.  The network has been unused for sometime. Rather than attempt to revive an unused network, H-Net Council suggests interested parties join our much larger and far more active networks that cover the same fields. H-LatAm is an international forum for the scholarly discussion of Latin American history, including environmental history, has over 4000 subscribers, and is affiliated with the Conference on Latin American History. H-LatAm’s collection of syllabi is quite extensive. Additionally, H-Environment networks nearly 4000 scholars in the field of environmental history around the world and is supported by the American Society for Environmental History and the European Society for Environmental History. Both networks have dedicated editors who make good use of H-Net’s online capabilities and both networks actively publish book reviews of new texts in their respective fields.

Thannks for your interest. Questions can be directed to Patrick Cox, H-Net Vice-President for Networks, at vp-net@mail.h-net.msu.edu


Recent Content

Digital preservation of newspapers of the first half of the twentieth century in Nicaragua

The Endangered Archives Programme at the British Library is pleased to announce the addition of a new catalogue to its web pages. The catalogue gives details of material copied by the project EAP571: Digital preservation of newspapers of the first half of the twentieth century in Nicaragua

The collections consists of the following publications:

El Comercio
La Noticia
El Diario Nicaragüense
La Tribuna
La Prensa
El Liberal

World War I on H-Net

H-Net is pleased to announce the launch of the World War I Crossroads, a collaboration between editors and networks on the Commons dedicated to the scholarly study and discussion of World War I and the centennial commemoration of the conflict. This new Crossroads network will produce original content, facilitate initiatives on the conflict across multiple H-Net Networks, and highlight World War I postings from anywhere on the H-Net Commons.