H-Net This Week (Winter Break Edition)

H-Net This Week ArchiveDecember 23 - 29, 2016

Discussions

 

H-Buddhism discusses recent PRC publication regarding mantra

H-Africa continues discussion of plant cultivation in Africa

H-Amstdy starts discussion about definition and identification within Pacific-centric and/or Central Asian lens

H-Afro-Am invites discussion about popular reception of Willie Lynch letter

H-Scholar shares comment about tension between scholarly publishing and open access from Omohundro Karin Wulf

H-Slavery discusses essay on intersection of slavery and emotion studies

H-Environment reader responds to H-Environment review


Queries

H-Buddhism subscriber seeks information on two hindrances in classical Tibetan Buddhist scholarship


Resources

H-DC shares latest census data for District of Columbia


Blogs

H-Canada shares Borealia post about legal pluralism and sovereignty in post-conquest Quebec

H-Kentucky's latest KY Woman Suffrage blog post, Laura Clay's "Time Protest": A Baptist Editor's Warning


News & Publication Roundups

H-Nationalism's Weekend Reading

H-Luso-Africa's roundup of recent publications on Lusophone Africa


Podcasts

H-Podcast posts latest No Sounds Are Forbidden episode, "Soir d'Hiver: The Spectacular Modernist Christmas Spectacular!"


Remembrances

H-DC shares Archivist's Nook remembering two priests of the Catholic University of America through their Christmas Cards


Reviews and Network Publications

H-Slavery and H-Emotion share first of three posts on intersection of slavery studies and emotion studies

H-Human-Rights: Laura Roost reviews International Responses to Mass Atrocities in Africa: Responsibility to Protect, Prosecute, and Palliate

JHistory: Thomas Conner reviews Feed-Forward: On the Future of Twenty-First-Century Media

H-War: Jennine Hurl-Eamon reviews Gun Culture in Early Modern England

H-War: Jonathan Beall reviews Warsaw 1944: Hitler, Himmler, and the Warsaw Uprising

H-War: Matthew McDonough reviews The California Campaigns of the U.S.-Mexican War

H-War: John Sislin reviews Narrative and the Making of US National Security


H-Net Commons Top Hits:

This info is compiled from Google Analytics by the editor of HNTW on Friday, based on the previous Friday-Thursday.

Most Viewed Page: H-German's syllabus database

Top Discussion: H-World discussion of world vs global history

Top Review: H-South review of Apostles of Disunion: Southern Secession Commissioners and the Causes of the Civil War

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