Electronic Discussion List and Conference Archives
- H-Holocaust (History of the Holocaust and Antisemitism): The Web site for the H-Holocaust e-mail discussion list, part of the H-Net initiative, holds many items of interest, including information about the list and instructions for subscribing; the list's discussion archives; the H-Holocaust Review Project; academic announcements; links to related Web sites; and, other resources.
- H-Antisemitism (History of Antisemitism): The Web site for the H-Antisemitism e-mail discussion list contains several items of interest, including archived discussion threads; information on grants, scholarships, and fellowships; occasional papers; and, conference announcements and calls for papers. This site is under construction and additional features are planned, including links to other relevant WWW sites. (H-Antisemitism, like H-Holocaust, is part of the H-Net initiative.)
- H-German (German History): The Web site for the H-German e-mail discussion list contains several items of interest, including information about the list and instructions for subscribing; book and article reviews; primary source archives in German, including documents from the National Socialist era (e.g., the Wannsee Conference Protocol); access to the H-German Gopher; archived discussions from the list; and links to other Web sites of interest. (H-German is a member of the H-Net initiative.) Finally, if you appreciate the extensive contributions of Dr. Dan Rogers to this site, please take a moment to send him an e-mail message.
- H-JUDAIC Home Page: The H-JUDAIC Web site, in assocation with Jewish Studies On-Line, is "the world's largest Internet provider of academic Jewish Studies." (H-JUDAIC is part of the H-Net project.) Jewish Studies On-line is "a volunteer organization of professionals in Jewish Studies who collectively administer a series of Internet-based services in academic Jewish Studies, including an electronic discussion group [H-JUDAIC], an industry newsletter [Jewish Studies Judaica eJournal], and a Web-based library of pre-print articles and teaching summaries."
- SHOAH Archive: This Gopher menu holds the archived discussions from the UseNet conference, soc.culture.jewish.holocaust. The archived files are arranged chronologically, in ascending order.
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