Genocide Scholar Activism Survey

Fellow genocide scholars, 

As you are well aware our field is an inherently interdisciplinary and normative one. I am conducting some research on the dynamics around scholar activism within genocide studies. Please take a few minutes to share your views on the topic of genocide scholar activism and where the boundaries and opportunities sit within our field. 

https://forms.gle/ohmVX16Fh6CRfTqM9

NDL survey on training programs for librarians and researchers

Dear Colleagues,

The National Diet Library (NDL) of Japan is conducting a survey on our 

training plans for librarians and researchers in Japanese studies 

outside Japan.

Please fill out the survey and inform any relevant colleagues of it.

There are two versions of the questionnaire, Japanese and English.

-Japanese [ https://enquete.ndl.go.jp/697739?lang=ja ]

SHORT SURVEY for H-SAWH Members!

Hello H-SAWH! It's Alexi and Laura--your friendly neighborhood H-SAWH Teaching Specialists, wishing you all good health and spirits this month. 

We have created our first SUPER SHORT SURVEY for all of you who teach or instruct--please click here to take it: Teaching Survey for H-SAWH Members

We are excited to hear your thoughts, and then offer online resources to you. Thank you!

Findings: T&F Area Studies researcher survey

The Area Studies team at Routledge, Taylor & Francis recently ran a researcher survey, with the aim of helping us to identify the future priorities of Area Studies researchers and informing the activities we focus on in support of Area Studies publishing, adding a more detailed evidence base to the informed feedback we regularly receive. Having thoroughly examined the responses received from those who completed the survey, we’re pleased to now be able to share a summary of these

Findings: T&F Area Studies researcher survey

The Area Studies team at Routledge, Taylor & Francis recently ran a researcher survey, with the aim of helping us to identify the future priorities of Area Studies researchers and informing the activities we focus on in support of Area Studies publishing, adding a more detailed evidence base to the informed feedback we regularly receive. Having thoroughly examined the responses received from those who completed the survey, we’re pleased to now be able to

Findings: T&F Area Studies researcher survey

The Area Studies team at Routledge, Taylor & Francis recently ran a researcher survey, with the aim of helping us to identify the future priorities of Area Studies researchers and informing the activities we focus on in support of Area Studies publishing, adding a more detailed evidence base to the informed feedback we regularly receive. 

Your input wanted -- "Places to Start" for Historical Research

APOLOGIES FOR DUPLICATION

Dear colleagues:

I’m writing on behalf of the Academic Librarians committee of the RUSA History Section.  Our mission includes providing support to early career history librarians.  We are hoping to assemble a “Knowledge Base” which will provide a list of useful resources to get started doing historical research.

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