What are H-Net Hubs?

H-Net Hubs are a new way to browse the H-Net Commons.  As our users discuss their areas of specialty on their networks the Commons becomes filled with content, and that content is of interest to many scholars who may not browse networks outside of their fields.  Hubs provide a way to find that content.  Browsing a hub allows you to find the content that is interesting to you and be linked directly to it, where you can read more or join in the discussion.  Hubs do not host discussion or their own content, but rather provide a way for people to connect across networks, with all roads leading back to the original creators of content.

The Race and Ethnicity Hub offers several ways for you to browse race and ethnicity related content by giving you quick access to the most commonly used categories that editors have used to describe such content on their networks. 

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