Mining the H-Net Logs
H-Net is looking back through 25 years of list logs to see what's sparked conversation among subscribers and editors over the years. H-Net networks have always been safe havens for rational, informed discussion of current events, as well as places where scholars can go to find answers to niggling research questions. Discussions of teaching practice, reading suggestions, primary sources, and historiography are chock-a-block in these logs, and we hope will be useful again to researchers, teachers, and students.
Below, readers can view common subject threads, resource types, or browse by list. We hope these treasures will inspire conversation on the H-Net Commons networks or continued discussion here on the #HNet25 Crossroads. To reply to a particular thread, simply subscribe to the Crossroads, and check back as we continue to add new links.