H-Empire regularly shares recent publications relevant to the network's scope, content, and purpose ("the origin, development, working and decline of empires, rather broadly defined across academic disciplines and professional interests, chronological time periods, and geographical regions").
Author: Roxanne Goldberg, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Comment: Ross Barrett, Boston University; Farshid Emami, Rice University
Tuesday, November 1
with an in-person reception at 4:30 PM
Free, Hybrid Event - hosted by the Massachusetts Historical Society
The New American Antiquarian (NAA), a new peer-reviewed journal dedicated to reconstructing the hemispheric American past to 1825 A.D. through the publication of edited source material, is pleased to announce the publication of its inaugural issue. The issue can be downloaded in full or by article on NAA's website (https://naajournal.org/issues/). Click here to view the full issue.
The Fall 2021 / Spring 2022 double issue (no. 69) of the Bulletin of the German Historical Institute (Washington) has been published and is available as an open-access publication at:
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"Photos dating back to 1800s made free to allow telling of black history stories beyond enslavement and colonisation.
A collection of almost 30,000 rarely seen images of the black diaspora in the UK and the US, dating from the 19th century to the present, has been launched as part of an educational initiative to raise awareness of the history of black people in the UK."