Intensive course: A methodological seminar on Venetian sources concerning trade in Mamluk territories and the role of Cyprus in this regard

Intensive course: A methodological seminar on Venetian sources concerning trade in Mamluk territories and the role of Cyprus in this regard

Intensive course: A methodological seminar on Venetian sources concerning trade in Mamluk territories and the role of Cyprus in this regard

Intensive course: A methodological seminar on Venetian sources concerning trade in Mamluk territories and the role of Cyprus in this regard

CfA, First Aid to Cultural Heritage Under Threat, Prince Claus Fund, NL

Having just learned of this charity from a colleague, I am passing it along to H-Asia readers:

"The Prince Claus Fund offers financial support to individuals and organisations who implement outstanding cultural initiatives, primarily in Latin America, Africa, Asia, the Caribbean & Eastern Europe.  We do this through open calls for applications. Open calls each have their own procedures and may be open at different times of year."

Re: Document Reader for CW/Recon lecture course

I have used both
The Civil War Era: An Anthology of Sources
by Lyde Cullen-Sizer (Editor), Jim Cullen
and

Major Problems in the Civil War and Reconstruction (Major Problems in American History Series) 3rd Edition
edited by Michael Perman and Amy Murrell Taylor (the latter editor is left off of the Amazon site.....)

both are available in paperback

Document Reader for CW/Recon lecture course

Dear H-Civil War,

For several years I have very happily used the William Gienapp document reader from Norton for a 200 person lecture course.  But suddenly Norton tells me and my university bookstore that they are no longer carrying it.  Period.  Yikes!  What other similar document collections have you used and liked?  Please share!  

All best wishes,

Rosanne Currarino

Queen's University 

Kinston, ON 

Report on Baha'i Studies in Europe (1981)

Vol. 6 (2002) John Walbridge, Editor Editorial Board: Abbas Amanat, R. Jackson Armstrong-Ingram, Juan R. I. Cole, Sholeh Quinn, Peter Smith Peter Terry. "Report on Baha'i Studies in Europe (1981)". Research Notes in Shaykhi, Babi and Baha'i Studies, Vol. 6, no. 1 (August 2002). Research Notes in Shaykhi, Babi and Baha'i Studies is a Digital Publication Series of H-Bahai. Authors publishing here grant H-Net the right to maintain this draft of their papers in electronic form on this site in perpetuity.

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