Looking for a book talk to join?

H-Asia shared a book talk with Dr. Qin Cao and Dr. Wengcheong Lam on the launch of their new book “Weapons in Late Shang (c. 1250-1050 BCE) China: Beyond Typology and Ritual”. Join virtually on Dec. 8th, 2022 7-9am (ET) bit.ly/3B8UweP

Hey Mastodonians! We wanted to remind everyone that we are upgrading to the latest version of Mastodon this evening at 7pm. Our Mastodon server will be inaccessible during the upgrade. We apologize for any inconvenience but hope you will enjoy the new features that will come with the upgrade!

H-Business shares a new episode of Hagley History Hangout!

This new conversation will feature Alexander Liebman who is a geographer and PhD candidate. The topic is Agroecological farming. Check out this episode if interested you can find it here: bit.ly/3Fw3s0k

H-Environment has shared the 17th International ANAMED Annual Symposium, Aquatic Worlds of Anatolia. Join in online or in person for this event on December 8th-9th, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. (GMT).
If interested find more information about the event here: bit.ly/3h4Vd1R

H-Portugal shares a new publications and a for The latest issue of Bulletin of Contemporary Hispanic Studies!
Check out the latest content of this journal. This is volume 4 issue 2 of BCHS. Find it here and more information here: bit.ly/3HgXi5s

Did you know that H-Net also has a online scholarly review source?

@hnet_reviews has been publishing reviews since 1993 and have been a valuable academic source for scholars!

Check out what H-Net Reviews has to offer here: networks.h-net.org/reviews

H-Diplo shares their publication schedule from November 21st - December 2nd.

Check out the list of publications from H-Diplo here: bit.ly/3B4gHCI

New podcast episode from Past Imperfect history podcast features Robert Stephens, Architect and Author of 'Bombay Imagined: An Illustrated History of the Unbuilt City (2022)'.
Listen to the new episode here: bit.ly/3GOJUFD

Interested in Polish Feminism? Join the discussion on H-Poland about the Encounters with Polish Literature/22: with foremothers of Polish feminism,Narcyza Żmichowska!

Join the discussion here: bit.ly/3ugTQ3c

Interested in Russian and Soviet History? Check out the new blog post from H-Russia on "Decentering or Decolonizing the Russian Grand Narrative: Incorporating Mykhailo Hrushevsky into the Teaching of Russian and Soviet History"
Read more here: bit.ly/3UsbR9a

Can you guess what we are revealing? Reply to this tweet if you have any guesses for H-Net end of year giving! Check back on our page tomorrow for the answer. donorbox.org/giving-tuesday-22

H-DC shares a discussion about 1845 -- Washington's First Thanksgiving!
Join the discussion to learn and understand more about the past: bit.ly/3gXGAxh

Military History Digest #368 is now available!
Find new resources on the H-War page related to the war: bit.ly/3VJxJOv

H-LatAm shares podcasts of interest to Latin Americanists from November 30th!
If you are looking for new things to listen to in this area of study, check out the variety of podcasts here: bit.ly/3UqSL3o

from H-Judaic on The Jewish Quarterly Review!
Learn more information here about the ToC: bit.ly/3UzZdW0

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