Re: Looking for people who work on topics related to American consuls

Hi Abby,

The JER has recently published an essay on consuls by Simeon A. Simeonov, which you can find at the link below. You can also read more about his work at our online platform Panorama, linked below.

Yours sincerely,
Andrew Shankman
Co-Editor, Journal of the Early Republic

https://muse.jhu.edu/article/749270

http://thepanorama.shear.org/2020/03/03/the-banality-of-the-state/

Looking for people who work on topics related to American consuls

Hi all,

I'm trying to find scholars who have run across interesting American consuls in their work. I'm hoping to start a podcast focusing on consuls and their worlds, so I'm looking for people who have great stories about consuls. If that's you, would you please reach out? You can reach me at amullen2@gmu.edu.

Thank you!

Re: Critical Reaction to Zimm's Attack on Pearl Harbor?

Responding to the sensible suggestion made by David Silbey, I propose to respond in this thread to a proposal made by John Kuehn under the heading of Pearl Harbor as History.

He proposes, in part:

Based on some of things written by Will ONeil, Roger Brown, Tom Wildenberg, et al. it seems there is a need to update the original classic on this sort of thing re: Pearl Harbor and Japan's widening of the Greater East Asian War.  This classic was: 

Re: Critical Reaction to Zimm's Attack on Pearl Harbor?

John Kuehn has an interesting comment pertinent to this thread:

https://networks.h-net.org/node/12840/discussions/6241093/pearl-harbor-h...

Generally, folks, let's comment in this thread about anything inspired by the conversation. That way someone reading the thread will see all the comments. With spinoff posts, readers won't necessarily see them, especially if they're coming to to thread later or via the web.

Thanks!
David Silbey
H-War Network Editor

Re: Seeking information on Buddhism and Mt. Geling 葛嶺 in China.

Dear List Members,

Many thanks to everyone for their comments and suggestions regarding my query. It seems that Geling carries Daoist (via Ge Hong) rather than Buddhist connotations as a place. The only mention in the Buddhist Canon is in the passage that Dan Lusthaus quoted from the Brief Study of the Ancients and Buddhists (Shimin jigu lue 釋氏稽古略, T.2037).

Best Regards
George Klonos

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