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Dear Refugees in African History Community, please see below an announcement shared by the IASFM about a list of Forced Migration Studies Networks that they are working on. To see the most updated version, please follow the link below:
Dear IASFM members and forced migration studies community
Just a quick note that H-Education's list of History of Education syllabi has been greatly expanded, and can be found here:
If you'd like to contribute a syllabus or exam/comp list, please let us know off-list at email@example.com
Below is a link to an article that appeared in Nature online on Januray 24 by Dalmeet Singh Chawla entitled "Massive open index of scholarly papers launches:
The Virtual Library of Social and Cultural Anthropology is a project funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) and based at the Humboldt University Library of Berlin which is responsible for the Special Subject Collections "General and Comparative Folkore Studies" and "General and Comparative Social Anthropology".
After collecting a wide variety of web content documenting the COVID-19 pandemic over the past two years, the Library of Congress is now making its growing Coronavirus Web Archive available to the public.
The collection, which now includes 450 web archives, aims to balance government, science, business and policy content with human stories that will give future historians a sense of how the COVID-19 pandemic impacted the daily lives of individuals, families and communities.