H-Net This Week (Roundup from around the Commons for March 31 - April 6, 2017)

H-Net This Week ArchiveMarch 31 - April 6, 2017


Network News

H-SHGAPE shares information about their involvement at this year's OAH conference

H-Sci-Med-Tech welcomes five new review editors: Lucy Barnhouse, Dominic Berry, Daniel Liu, Kathryn Olesko, and Darren Wagner

Network Publications

H-Diplo Article Review of "Global Horizons:  Mexico, the Third World, and the Non-Aligned Movement at the Time of the 1961 Belgrade Conference"

H-Diplo Roundtable on Humanitarian Invasion: Global Development in Cold War Afghanistan

H-Diplo ISSF Policy Series: Will Trump's Nationalism Change American Foreign Policy?

H-Diplo ISSF Policy Series: The Trump Administration and Syria

H-Diplo ISSF Article Review on "Domestic Opposition and the Timing of Democratic Transitions after War"


H-Nutrition shares post about National Nutrition Month

H-Asia and H-SEAsia share an article about scholars' role in smuggling of antiquities from Cambodia

H-War discussion of The Hoary Myth of Isolationism continues

H-AmIndian discusses the tune "Arapahoe Warriors (an Indian Tune)"

H-SHERA discusses whereabouts of Stalin portrait

H-Scholar discusses peer review and the history of referees for journals

H-HistBibl provides tips for rehousing and reformatting old media


H-Environment subscriber seeks information about environmental history of literature

H-Judaic seeks source for a quotation

Research Resources

H-HistBibl shares "What do digitized first folios do for us?" by Sarah Werner

H-Japan shares recently published article by Japan Forum titled "Other people's history: some reflections on the historian's vocation"

H-SHEAR shares new issue of Common-place: Care and Dependence in Early America

H-Maritime shares resource page for the battle of Saipan

H-Judaic shares new online biblical research tool

Teaching Resources

H-High-S shares U.S. History in a Global Context project

H-HistBibl shared a review about Open Access materials


H-War shares the Handgrenade of the Month for April 2017

H-SHGAPE shared A Washington D.C. University in The Great War


News & Publication Roundups

H-Eugenics' March 2017 Eugenics Publications

H-Disability's current journal articles

H-Education's educational history in current periodicals

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

H-Nationalism's Weekend Reading



H-Podcast shares The Modernist Podcast's monthly roundtable conversation about Modernist studies


H-EarlySlavic shared #istandwithCEU


H-Net Reviews

H-Albion: Ann Thomson reviews God in the Enlightenment

H-Disability: Emmeline Burdett reviews The Historical Uncanny: Disability, Ethnicity, and the Politics of Holocaust Memory

H-Disability: Pamela L. Dale reviews Disability and the Welfare State in Britain: Changes in Perception and Policy 1948-1979

H-Diplo: Itay Lotem reviews Decolonizing the Republic: African and Caribbean Migrants in Postwar Paris, 1946–1974

H-Slavery: Robert Paquette reviews The Land Shall Be Deluged in Blood: A New History of the Nat Turner Revolt

H-Diplo: Richard Wilson reviews The Globalization of Childhood: The International Diffusion of Norms and Law against the Child Death Penalty

H-Socialisms: David Sockol reviews TV Socialism

H-War: Nicholas Sambaluk reviews Corps Commanders in Blue: Union Major Generals in the Civil War

H-War: Richard Fulton reviews The Vanquished: Why the First World War Failed to End

H-War: Robert T. Jones reviews A People's History of the American Revolution: How Common People Shaped the Fight for Independence

H-War: Charles R. Bowery reviews Border Wars: The Civil War in Tennessee and Kentucky

H-TGS: Robert Kelz reviews Constructing a German Diaspora: The "Greater German Empire", 1871-1918

H-Judaic: Michael Miller reviews Out of Control: Confrontations between Spinoza and Levinas

JHistory: Patricia M. Muhammad reviews Humane Insight: Looking at Images of African American Suffering and Death

H-Law: Christopher Albi reviews El Jurista en el Nuevo Mundo

H-Disability: Geoffrey F. Reaume reviews The Man Who Thought He Was Napoleon

H-Disability: Paula Hellal reviews Imagining Autism: Fiction and Stereotypes on the Spectrum

H-Disability: Julie Adamo reviews The Antivaccine Heresy

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-Buddhism's Journals for Buddhist Studies page

Top Discussion: H-Asia's discussion on scholars' role in smuggling antiquities from Cambodia

Top Review: James Heitzman's review of City Requiem, Calcutta: Gender and the Politics of Poverty for H-Gender-Mideast

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