Dear H-Diplo subscribers:
As many of you have discovered, the H-Diplo e-mail notification system has been offline for the past ten days or so. After an upgrade on Labor Day weekend, the H-Net Commons platform experienced technical as well as performance issues. As a result, e-mail notifications have not been sent to subscribers since that time.
Thanks to the tireless efforts of the H-Net staff, as of this evening most of the problems seem to have been resolved.
Individual notifications are now being issued and sent to our subscribers; please note, however, that the daily e-mail digests are still not functioning properly. We hope that this final issue will be resolved in the next few days. Announcements, calls for papers, etc, that were submitted to H-Diplo since the beginning of September will be published over the next few days.
We hope that our backlog of September publications will be re-issued once the system is fully restored.
In the meantime, the H-Diplo website is functioning. In future cases where e-mail notifications fail, it is possible to find our publications on the website at: https://networks.h-net.org/h-diplo.
Here are the links to the H-Diplo publications that were published from 2-9 September 2019.
Week of 1 September 2019
1. H-Diplo Roundtable Review of Daniel Bessner and Nicolas Guilhot, eds., The Decisionist Imagination: Sovereignty, Social Science, and Democracy in the 20th Century. New York and Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2019.
Introduction by: Jasmine Chorley Foster, University of Toronto
- Nils Gilman, Berggruen Institute
- Emily Hauptmann, Western Michigan University
- Hunter Heyck, University of Oklahoma
- Nicholas Mulder, Cornell University
Introduction by Stacie E. Goddard, Wellesley College
- Essay by Christopher Clary, University at Albany, SUNY
- Essay by Asfandyar Mir, Stanford University
- Essay by Ayesha Ray, King’s College, Pennsylvania
Reviewed by Geoffrey C. Stewart, The University of Western Ontario
Reviewed by John A. Thompson, University of Cambridge
5. H-Diplo Article Review of Natalia Telepneva, “Saving Ghana’s Revolution: The Demise of Kwame Nkrumah and the Evolution of Soviet Policy in Africa, 1966-1973.” Journal of Cold War Studies 20:4 (2018): 4-25.
Reviewed by Alessandro Iandolo, University of Oxford
Week of 09 September:
Introduction by Samuel Moyn, Yale University
- Natalia Aleksiun, Touro College, New York
- Holly Case, Brown University
- Udi Greenberg, Dartmouth College
- Tony Michels, University of Wisconsin-Madison
- Gil Rubin, Harvard University
With best regards,
George Fujii, Web and Production Editor
Seth Offenbach, Senior List and Reviews Editor,
Diane Labrosse, H-Diplo Managing Editor