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View Resource H-Net: Humanities & Social Sciences Online

The highlight of the Humanities Online Web site at Michigan State University is the H-Net List of Lists, a page containing over 75 scholarly discussion lists from H-Africa to H-World, as well as several humanities lists not affiliated with H-Net. Each listing contains subscription information, and may also contain discussion logs, reviews of scholarly works, calls for papers, conference...

http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/
View Resource H-Announcements

This H-Net list distributes announcements and news relevant to the humanities and social sciences. The list makes available to the public the previously internal list from which H-Net editors select items appropriate to their individual lists. H-ANNOUNCE is a moderated, one-way list that distributes H-Net's Announcements Digest (which includes conferences, calls for papers, publications, funding,...

https://networks.h-net.org/h-announce
View Resource Yahoo! Groups: EuropeanArchaeology

This moderated mailing list is intended for a discussion of European prehistoric and historic archaeology, from the Early Paleolithic period through the 1800s. EuropeanArchaeology is a general purpose academic list that is designed to include book and article announcements, field school announcements, discuss new discoveries, theories and interpretations, and related topics. At the site, users can...

https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/EuropeanArchaeology/info
View Resource Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere

Founded in 2005, the University of Florida's Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere is a rather unique, multi-disciplinary hub of intellectual activity. With a stated purpose of facilitating and promoting university-level humanities research, a good portion of the material here is aimed at an internal university audience. Yet there is still a great deal to explore for the general public....

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http://www.humanities.ufl.edu/index.html