After over 21 years of serving as editor (in one form or another) of H-High-S, the time has come to bid farewell. I have seen H-High-S transition from the pre-collegiate e-mail-based history & social sciences listserv to the current Web based network with a membership that has held steady at over a thousand subscribers for many years.
A 29-Day Educators' Travel Seminar through Morocco
May 31-June 29, 2019
(a Fulbright-Hays Group Project Abroad for educators organized by the University of Arizona Center for Middle Eastern Studies)
Please join NEHTA at its 2018 fall conference on October 20 in Sturbridge, MA:
"1918 - 100 Years Later" is the title for the 2018 Annual Conference. The focus will be on World War I, its aftermath, and local impact.
Keynote speaker will be Christopher Capozzola, professor of history at MIT and author of "Uncle Sam Wants You: World War I and the Making of the Modern American Citizen." His 45 minute presentation / Q&A will center around his book, with a particular focus on New England
LOOKING FOR TEACHERS TO STUDY WORLD WAR I IN EUROPE
The National Humanities Center begins its 2018 - 2019 Webinar Series Thursday, September 13th with the topic "Atomic Voices and the Dropping of the Bomb on Hiroshima," led by Dr. W. Bernard Carlson, Chair, Department of Engineering and Society and Professor, University of Virginia.
As I am entering my 25th year with H-Net and my 20th with H-High-S, I believe the time has come to put out a call to volunteers who would like to co-edit H-High-S and make it a more vibrant and vital resource for everyone in the history& social sciences teaching profession.
(On behalf of Resources for History Teachers on the soon-to-be-closed Wikispaces site)
The Civil War Governors of Kentucky Digital Documentary Edition (CWGK), a project of the Kentucky Historical Society, is excited to announce a new Teacher Resources section of their digital interface. The materials assembled on the website speak to important themes addressed in U.S.
Dear H-Net Readers: