You have arrived at the new web home of H-Net: Humanities & Social Sciences Online. Our fresh digs are still a work in progress but we are nearly finished moving our existing networks in and getting their sites furnished.
The Department of History and Art History at George Mason University, in
collaboration with the Smithsonian Institution and the Roy Rosenzweig Center
for History and New Media, has created a fully online graduate certificate
program in digital public humanities. The program is designed to help
humanities professionals learn how to use digital media to enhance their work
and advance their careers. This is a part-time, 15-credit certificate
program that includes three fully online courses and either a guided capstone
The Lewis Walpole Library is delighted to announce that "Rescuing Horace Walpole: The Achievement of W.S. Lewis," curated by Stephen Clarke, is now available as an online exhibition at https://exhibits-new.library.yale.edu/s/rescuinghw/page/intro.
The exhibition, which was originally on view at the Lewis Walpole Library last autumn, celebrates the life and work of Library founder Wilmarth Sheldon Lewis.
The H-Diplo publication schedule for the period 11 to 29 May is as follows:
Week of 11 May:
Here are links to podcasts made from public talks given at The National Archives of the United Kingdom, Kew, Surrey, and a host of blogs about maps or using them, written by map and other specialists over the years, as need or interest prompted. The latest blog on early military mapmakers, posted 4 May 2020, describes a current project. They are available on The National Archives website under the headings Podcasts
- partly reposted from SIEF membership news -
ENDELL STREET: Nursing in WWI's unique women-run hospital (virtual event)
Taking place online, 3 June 2020, 5.30 – 6.30pm