H-Net This Week (Welcome New Networks, H-Nutrition and H-EnviroHealth)

H-Net This Week ArchiveOctober 14 - 20, 2016

Network News

H-Net welcomes two new networksH-Nutrition and H-EnviroHealth - see their inaugural content below

H-Teach call for reviewers of teaching resources, especially non-Western history

H-Podcast launches podcast reviews blog, The Podcast Footnote


H-Nutrition editors introduce themselves and their perspectives on history of nutrition: parts one (The Newer History of Nutrition) and two (The Wide Reach and Value of Nutrition History)

H-Haiti shares new Haiti in Translation interview with translators of Stella: A Novel of the Haitian Revolution

H-Scholar shares resources, links, and events for Open Access Week

H-Slavery continues to collect historically minded responses to Nate Parker's Birth of the Nation

H-Asia suggests more readings for undergrad course on Southeast Asia and international relations 

H-Mideast-Medieval response to query about women in siege diplomacy

H-Asia shares update about kidnapped Hong Kong-based publisher

H-EnviroHealth shares article about vote to increase toxin levels in Florida drinking water


H-Afro-Am subscriber inquires about historical and present use of convinct labor in constructing American universities

H-Demog subscriber asks about conversion between PSPP and Microsoft Excel

H-Animal subscriber seeks connection between T.S. Eliot, cats, and Fitzroy Square

H-OralHist subscriber seeks oral history interviews on specific World War II topics


H-HistBibl shares new online collection Slavery in America and the World: History, Culture & Law

H-Afro-Am shares latest issue of the Journal of Colorism Studies on girls and women of color

H-Portugal shares recent Romance Quarterly issue on contemporary Brazilian literature 

H-Buddhism shares special issue of the Journal of Religion and Violece on Buddhism, blasphemy, and violence

H-HistBibl shares Library Journal interview with technology and cultural critic Nicholas Carr

H-Slavery adds resources Africans in America and Antislavery Petitions Massachusetts Dataverse to its Global Slavery and the Slave Trade collection

H-Haiti shares New York Times op-ed "Who Will Speak for Haiti's Trees"

H-EnviroHealth shares roundtable on Chernobyl at thirty


H-Empire's latest Imperial & Global Forum, "Remembering a Democratic Legacy of the Great War in Interwar India

H-Nationalism's latest Nationalism and the First World War Centenary

H-Podcast first podcast review on The Podcast Footnote blog, "More Perfect: Podcasts, Pop History, and Historical Thinking"

News & Publication Roundups

H-Nationalism's Weekend Reading

H-Democracy's Weekly Five, round-up of democracy in the news

H-Diplo's Journal Watch of diplomacy, foreign relations, and international history

H-Soyuz's Book Review Round-Up in postsocialist cultural studies

H-Eugenics Media Round-Up of eugenics on the web

H-Minerva's News Roundup on women and the military and women and war

H-Public's Around the Field  in public history

H-EnviroHealth's This Week in Environment and Health on the Flint water crisis


H-Africa shares latest episode of Africa Past and Present: On the Ground in Western Sahara

H-Podcast shares New Books in American Studies interview with Caroline Winterer, author of American Enlightenments: pursuing Happiness in the Age of Reason

H-OralHist shares latest episode of Amplified Oklahoma podcast on Germans in Oklahoma

Reviews and Network Publications

H-Socialisms: Alexis Zukas reviews A History of the Barricade

H-Diplo: Article review of “‘I Think We Cannot Refuse the Order’:  Britain, America, Nuclear Non-Proliferation, and the Indian Jaguar Deal, 1974-1978”

H-Citizenship: Olivia Williams reviews DIY Detroit: Making Do in a City without Services

H-Energy: Jeff Manuel reviews American Energy Policy in the 1970s

H-Energy: Lauren Mckee reviews Europe's Long Energy Journey: Towards an Energy Union?

H-Energy: Allen J. Dieterich-Ward reviews Sovereignty for Survival: American Energy Development and Indian Self-Determination

H-Energy: Ben Ford reviews Power Lines: Phoenix and the Making of the Modern Southwest

H-German: Alex Burkhardt reviews Stormtrooper Families: Homosexuality and Community in the Early Nazi Movement

H-Shukyo: Erik Schicketanz reviews Christianity and Imperialism in Modern Japan: Empire for God

H-German: Julia Wambach reviews No Easy Occupation: French Control of the German Saar, 1944-1957

H-Disability: Esme Cleall reviews Daughter of Parvati: Women and Madness in Contemporary India

H-Diplo: Article review of "In the Name of the Americas: The Pan-American Redefinition of the Monroe Doctrine and the Emerging Language of American International Law in the Western Hemisphere, 1898-1933"

H-Russia: Svitlana Krys reviews Dracula and the Gothic in Literature, Pop Culture and the Arts

JHistory: Kiki Keane reviews Heroes and Scoundrels: THe Image of the Journalist in Popular Culture

H-Histsex: Einav Rabinovitch-Fox reviews Tongue of Fire: Emma Goldman, Public Womanhood, and the Sex Question

H-Diplo: Roundtable review of Global Interdependence: The World after 1945

H-War: Mandy Link reviews The Rising. Ireland: Easter 1916

H-War: Gary Sellick reviews Carolina in Crisis: Cherokees, Colonists, and Slaves in the American Southeast, 1756-1763

H-War: Joshua Akers reviews The Hump: The 1st Battalion, 503rd Airborne Infantry, in the First Major Battle of the Vietnam War

H-War: Mark Montesclaros reviews The German War: A Nation under Arms, 1939-1945

H-Diplo: James M. Goldgeier reviews Return to Cold War

H-Diplo: Samantha Christiansen reviews The Making of International Human Rights: The 1960s, Decolonization, and the Reconstruction of Global Values

H-Enivronment: Kyle Mays reviews Imprints: The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians and the City of Chicago

H-Environment: Thomas G. Andrew reviews The Historical Animal

H-Diplo: Article review of “Catalyzing Conflict: The Internal Dimension of the Security Dilemma”

H-Net Commons Top Hits:

Most Viewed Page: H-Sport's Archive Project

Top Discussion: H-Asia's updated discussion on the kidnapping of Hong Kong-based publisher

Top Review: H-Diplo's roundtable review of Global Interdependence: The World after 1945

Compiled by the H-Net Clerks and edited by Yelena KalinskyPrevious issues  of H-Net This Week