Celebrating #HNet25!

The #HNet25 Crossroads is the home base for H-Net's 25th anniversary celebration. H-Net is celebrating 25 years of service by recalling topical discussions, teaching and research resources, and milestones in H-Net's journey from a few email listservs to an online academic commons. Revisit the history of H-Net discussions from our 180+ networks and discover teaching and research resources in the Mining the Logs project. Under Networks Celebrate, mark the date with individual networks recalling their histories and looking forward to the future of the H-Net Commons. Help H-Net continue to flourish by donating. Thank you for being a part of the H-Net community. Happy birthday, H-Net!

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This link contains the following thread from the H-Asia listserv:

Editor's Subject: H-ASIA: Chinese Music Theory 
Author's Subject: H-ASIA: Chinese Music Theory 
Date Written: Sat, 3 Mar 2001 06:30:35 -0500 
Date Posted: Sun, 03 Mar 2001 06:30:35 -0500


H-Net is celebrating 25 years of service by mining the logs of its 180+ networks for topical discussions, teaching and research resources, and milestones in H-Net's history from a few email listservs to an online academic commons. Happy birthday, H-Net!

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This link contains the following thread from the H-Asia listserv:

Editor's Subject: H-ASIA: Prejudice in East Asia 
Author's Subject: H-ASIA: Prejudice in East Asia 
Date Written: Sat, 10 Feb 2001 12:28:15 -0500 
Date Posted: Sun, 10 Feb 2001 12:28:15 -0500


H-Net is celebrating 25 years of service by mining the logs of its 180+ networks for topical discussions, teaching and research resources, and milestones in H-Net's history from a few email listservs to an online academic commons. Happy birthday, H-Net!

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Networks Celebrate

Please Join Our 25th Anniversary Celebration!

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