The following is a list of H-Networks that could use a little help. So many great subjects, so many important networks, so much space to fill with new knowledge...and so few editors to run them. Each of these networks needs editors; without editors each of them is also in danger of being shut down. If you'd like to help prop any of them up as editor or moderator, by sharing your own work/research in a new digital project or blog, or by creating a new resource such as a syllabi collection for the field, please let Patrick Cox know at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can chat about it.
H-1960's A forum for the discussion of the history, politics, culture, and legacy of the 1960s.
H-Bahai encourages scholarly discussion of the culture and history of millenarian and/or esoteric religious traditions originating in modern Iran, such as Shaykhism, Babism and the Baha'i faith, and makes available diverse bibliographical, research, and teaching aids.
H-History-and-Theory has the objective of increasing and broadening communication among those interested in critical philosophy of history, speculative philosophy of history, historiography, history of historiography, historical methodology, critical theory, time and culture, and related disciplines.
H-Labor-Arts A network for historians, labor activists, and artists to discuss the cultural and artistic artifacts of working people.
H-Medieval the history, culture, religion, and society of Medieval Europe.
H-Pentecostalism serves as an online network for communication and collaboration among scholars regarding all aspects of Pentecostal history.
H-Public is devoted to the promotion of public history both within the profession and among assorted public audiences.
H-SEAsia is a network for communication and contributions regarding the history and study of Southeast Asia.
H-US1918-45 provides a forum for research and teaching the history of the United States, from 1918 to 1945.
PSRT-L A moderated network which deals with issues of interest to professional political scientists, both researchers and teachers.