In the lower right part of the screen, there's what looks like a magnifying glass which you can use to zoom in (make larger) or zoom out (make smaller).
When I go to these websites, the page images are so small that I cannot read them. This has happened before with items like this posted on HNN. Can anyone advise how I might be able to enlarge them? Many thanks for any assistance anyone can provide!
I would love to take on such a project, given that I am now graduated. However, it's a matter of funding such a project that would be a difficult sell for many departments.
In May 1955, the FBI produced an internal training monograph for its Agents regarding CPUSA membership from 1919 to 1954.
The discussion of CPUSA membership after the Pact reminds me that it would be a nice project for someone to bring together documents or citations to documents that provide reliable numbers of CPUSA membership by year.
We have all sorts of estimates from the origins of the party to the 60s and 70s, but my impression is that for many years these are just estimates, educated and sometimes no-so-educated guesses based on limited or no ducumentation.
Dear Colleagues interested in Early Modern Japan,
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Dear H-Migration subscribers,
having followed this listserv for a little while now, I believe that some of you might be interested in becoming a member of the Memory Studies Association and connecting with the interdisciplinary field of memory studies more generally.
As one of its current co-chairs, I would be happy to answer any questions. Please check out the website for more information: https://www.memorystudiesassociation.org/