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Recent Content

CFP – “The First World War and its Aftermath: The Shaping of the Middle East” (SOAS, London) 6-7 December 2014

*With apologies for cross-posting*

 

Inaugural Conference

6-7 December 2014

SOAS (School of Oriental and African Studies), London

 

Convened by HRH Prince El Hassan bin Talal of Jordan

and Dr Barbara Schwepcke, of the Gingko Library

 

‘The First World War and its Aftermath: The Shaping of the Middle East

 

CFP: “Beyond Borders: The Practice of Atlantic, Transnational, and World History"

Call for papers:

“Beyond Borders: The Practice of Atlantic, Transnational, and

World History,” Graduate Conference, University of Pittsburgh, April 11-12, 2015

 

Welcome to the New H-World

Welcome to the New H-World,

Like the H-World subscribers, the H-World editors are in the process of figuring out what the H-Net commons has to offer beyond email discussion connected to the field of world history. 

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Thanks, 

The H-World Editorial Team: Eric Martin, David Kalivas, Maryanne Rhett

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