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A history link collection with world history resources, country and regional histories, and topical histories.
 Book of Visions - An Encyclopaedia of Social Innovations
See: Walter Schwarz  Obituary: Nicholas Albery. In: The Guardian, 8.7.2001
The most curious anecdotes in the world history, in Dutch.
Links to national archives around the world. This oldest links-services for archives in the Netherlands is presented by the Municipal Archives of Zwolle.
A world history resource designed to help teachers and students learn about the important roles of young people throughout history by providing access to information about the lived experiences of children and youth from multiple perspectives as well as changing notions about childhood and adolescence in past cultures and civilizations. The portal is developed by the Center for History and New Media CHNM).
Contains hundreds of articles, dozens of books and thousands of links on historical subjects. Created and maintained by Donald J. Mabry.
Offers essays on the theory of history with an opportunity for your critical comments.
The Network Subject Gatewas History provides access to scholarly relevant websites and digital texts in history. All resources are decribed and evaluated with a set of Dublin Core metadata. The History Guide was originally developed and located at Goetiingen State and University Library. The Network Subject Gateway History is an alliance of institutions (research libraries, subject bibliographies, research centers) which are sharing the mission to make scholarly relevant internet resources publicly accessible in the field of history.
Archives and resources in history and historiography from the English Server.
Written by Stuart Conger, a futurist who was responsible for setting up a Canadian Social Inventions Centre called Saskatchewan NewStart. In this abstract of a longer article he defines a social invention as a new law, organisation or procedure that changes the way in which people relate to themselves or to each other, either individually or collectively. He gives some examples of these social inventions and discusses their implications.
A resource site for World History Classes. The cultures of Africa, Aztec, China, Egypt, Greece, Mayan, Mesopotamia, Rome, Olmec, Prehistory, Middle Ages and World War II are divided into categories of Art, Biographies, Daily Life, Maps, Pictures, Research and more. Presented by Eric Rymer at the Henley Business School of the University of Reading.
An exhaustive scientific project showcasing world history of 3,000 years with an interactive combination of synchronoptic lifelines, timelines, and maps. In narrative it has expanded from rather simpler to more complex and complicated nature and behavior.
An archive on social history and an independent scientific Institute in Amsterdam. The large archives of the institute harbour the papers of several international social organizations, including papers of Rosa Luxemburg, Friedrich Engels and Karl Marx. IISG conducts research and collects data on the global history of labour, workers, and labour relations.
The site contains a collection of world history related essays, documents, maps, music and video outlining human history and progress from the Neolithic era to the present including the history of the ancient world, Africa, Europe, Asia, India, the Middle East, Australia and the Americas. There is a section containing historical documents such as the Magna Carta and the American Declaration of Independence and, as well as sections relating to world religions, philosophies and scientific discoveries and ideas.
A structured listing of historical resources. The history sites are organized by subject and time period, social and political science sites, historical journals and mailing lists in history. Editor: Patrick D. Reagan (Tennessee Technological University)
Founded in 1921 by A. F. Pollard, IHR is an important resource and meeting place for researchers from all over the world. It offers a state of the art open access library, conferences and seminars which are open to the public, the history lab and resources for historical research in both digital format and print.
The German collection of texts and graphics deals with several practical and theoretical problems of social and economic history (literary resources, book-keeping, statistics, sociological and economic theory etc.).
Basic literature on economic and social history. The list focusses on the designation of important fundamental works on the subject of economic and social history.
General historical recources, classical/ancient, medieval studies, renaissance, 18th and 19th century, American history, the old west. Editor: Michael Kearl (Trinity College, USA).
Chapter 20 of Macroeconomic Stabilization Policies, by A. Joyce Furfero.
The Ultimate Guide to Free History Resources Online
Created by Mary Hubbard and her team.
Links to study how societies develop and change. Gathered by Gene Shackman.
A time line from before writing began to the present, linked to Andrew Roberts book Social Science History and to other resources, including extracts and works of authors. The alphabetical index of authors is very helpful.
In: Encyclopedia of European Social History.
See his book: The Encyclopedia of World History.
Any student of history knows that there is a great deal to be learned from those who have gone before, and there is much to be learned from the histories of other countries.
Links to history sites, organized by country and topics.
Lots of historical info on chronology, based on course material from Richard Hooker at Washington State University, USA.
A repository for documents for teaching and understanding contemporary world history and the struggle for social progress. The archives are associated with the Images from History - a pre-modern image archive.
A world portal to world history websites developed by the Center for History and New Media (CHNM). It is designed to help high school and college world history teachers to have better understanding of history with reference to locate, analyze and learn from online primary resources.
World History Sources presented by the Center for History and New Media (CHNM) at George Mason University. It focuses on three approaches central to current world history scholarschip: an emphasis on comparative issues contrary to civilizations in isolation; a concentration on contacts among different societies and the economic, social and cultural consequences of those contacts; and an attenntiveness to global forces (such as technology diffusion, migration or missionary outreach) that trenscend individual societies or even societies in mutual contact.
A large file offering over 1500 connections arranged alphabetically by subject, era and country. Editor: Lynn H. Nelson, University of Kansas, USA.
This catalogue is maintained by Serge Noiret at the European University Institute, Florence, Italy and provides all the best information and data on the topic and issues related to world history.
The official publication of the American Historical Association (AHA). AHS is one of the few journals in the world that brings together scholarship from every major field of historical study. It publishes articles that are new in content and interpretation and that make a significant contribution to historical knowledge. The journal also publishes approximately 1,000 book reviews per year, surveying and assessing the most important contemporary historical scholarship in the discipline.
A French academic journal covering social history. Founded in 1929 by Marc Bloch and Lucien Febvre. A platform for dialogue between different social sciences.
A peer-reviewed journal of general history publishing in both English and French. It features articles and reviews by experts, and invites contributions from all geographical, temporal, and thematic subfields.
This Czech historical journal was founded in 1869 and has an international editorial staff. It publishes peer-reviewed articles on the history and culture of Moravia, Czech lands and Central Europe.
The focus of GG is on discussion and analysis of social change. GG has temporal focus in the modern age, and particularly in the 19th and 20th centuries. Structural history approaches dominate the image. This includes the study of social groups (workers, nobility or bourgeoisie) but also economic and social processes.
The objectives pursued by Histoire & mesure include proposing tools and presentation of methods of statistical treatment of information, making use of figures for measuring historical phenomena and analysing processes. It aims at developing a reflection on the content and relevance of data, the conditions of their elaboration and their registration in largely preconstructed categories. It attempts to do so by publishing articles and book reviews, which, beyond the disciplinary and chronological separations, place history and measurement at the core of their problematic.
a history journal published quarterly by Blackwell Publishing on behalf of the history honor society, Phi Alpha Theta. It publishes original articles and book reviews in all areas of historical scholarship.
A peer-reviewed academic journal published by Cambridge University Press. It publishes approximately articles on all aspects of British, European, and world history since the 1500. Each issue contains numerous review articles covering a wide range of historical literature.
A scholarly journal published by the Institute of Historical Research (IHR) at the University of London. Its articles cover a wide geographical and temporal span: from Britain to the Far East; from the early middle ages to the twentieth century. It encourages the submission of articles from a broad variety of approaches, including social, political, urban, intellectual and cultural history.
The first and for a time the foremost historical journal.
A peer-reviewed academic journal published by Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the Historical Association (HA). It was established in 1916 and publishes original articles, book reviews, and archive pieces in all areas of historical scholarship. It balances its broad chronological coverage with a wide geographical spread of articles featuring contributions from social, political, cultural, economic and ecclesiastical historians. An integral part of each issue is the review section giving critical reviews of the latest scholarship.
A peer-reviewed online academic journal published by Wiley-Blackwell. It publishes state-of-the-field articles of the most important research and current thinking from across the entire discipline. HC plays an active role in fostering research that spans centuries and continents, and provides an ideal entry point for the non-specialist.
An illustrated history magazine that presents serious and authoritative history to as wide a public as possible. It covers all periods and geographical regions and publishes articles of traditional narrative history alongside new research and historiography.
A scholarly journal published by Oxford University Press. Through incisive scholarship and imaginative presentation HWJ brings past and present into dialogue, engaging readers inside and outside universities. HWJ publishes a wide variety of essays, reports and reviews, ranging from literary to economic subjects, local history to geopolitical analyses. Clarity of style, challenging argument and creative use of visual sources are especially valued.
A peer-reviewd journal is an interface between various linguistic and academic cultures. Twice a year it publishes original papers in German and English.
A peer-reviewed academic journal published by the MIT Press. It covers a broad range of historical themes and periods, linking history to other academic fields, such as economics and demographics It covers social, demographic, political, economic, cultural and technological history and is not limited to one geographical area or historical period.
ÖZG publishes innovative contributions in both German and English for womens and gender history, cultural history, history of science, social history, economic history and political history. Empirical studies relate mainly to the European area, global comparative studies are welcome. The journal is financially supported by the Historical and Cultural Studies Faculty of the University of Vienna and the Cultural Office of the City of Vienna.
A British academic journal on social history published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Past and Present Society (PPS). It was founded in 1952 by a combination of Marxist and non-Marxist historians. The Marxist historians included members of the Communist Party Historians Group, including E. P. Thompson, Christopher Hill, Eric Hobsbawm, Rodney Hilton, and Dona Torr. It publishes four issues a year with a wide variety of scholarly and original articles on historical, social and cultural change in all parts of the world.
A scholarly journal published by Duke University Press is the point where rigorous historical scholarship and active political engagement converge. RHR addresses issues of gender, race, sexuality, imperialism, and class, stretching the boundaries of historical analysis to explore Western and non-Western histories. It approaches history from an engaged, critical, political stance.
A French history magazine created in 1876 by ??the Protestant Gabriel Monod and the Catholic Gustave Fagniez. RH is not claiming any religion, any party, any doctrine. The articles cover the whole of the discipline of history, from antiquity to the present, in different fields, from economy to politics, from social to religious and cultural isssues. RH is open to different historical interpretations of schools.
An Italian academic history journal that was established in 1884. It covers a broad range of historical themes and periods, in a regional as well as a global perspective.
An academic journal for history which has been published since 1928 and that primarily covers central themas in Scandinavian countries.
A biannual journal that provides a forum for all scholars interested in the history of historiography.
An international bimonthly and peer-reviewd journal of womens history published by Routledge. It provides a forum for the publication of new scholarly articles in the field of womens history. The time span covered includes the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries as well as earlier times. The journal seeks to publish contributions from a range of disciplines (history, sociology, cultural studies, media studies, film studies, literature, anthropology, politics, social policy and philosophy) that further feminist knowledge and debate about women and/or gender relations in history.
A journal that contributes, within the field of social historiography, to the analysis of issues faced by world society today. This endeavour is undertaken primarily with an eye to readers who are politically active or wish to become so, and who understand that it is only from a historical perspective that our complex present can be understood, this being an elementary precondition of emancipatory action. It is published by the Association for the Social History of the 20th and 21st Centuries (Verein für Sozialgeschichte des 20. und 21. Jahrhunderts e. V.).
Prehistory and Archaeology
Bogucki describes the archaeological research that took place at the site of Oslonki in north-central Poland.
In: Archeomaterials, 4: 69-75.
Online Literature Library: Charles Darwin
Hypertext editions of "The Voyage of the Beagle", "The Origin of Species", and "The Descent of Man".
A general overview of human evolution: from the oldest hominds via de homo habilis to the cro-magnons. Editor: Shawn Donaldson (Dr. Ken Hooper Virtual Natural History Museum Ottawa-Carleton Geoscience Centre).
Maintained by Steve Paxton and Terry McAndrew.
The evolution of human species followed different stages beginning with the Australopethicus and continuing with homo habilis, homo erectus and homo sapiens. The last stages include those people who lived thousands of years ago in the Palaeolithic and Neolithic Age and are the immediate ancestors of modern man. The exhibition introduces the sicentists who discovered the evolution of man (Sir Charles Lyell and Charles Darwin), and travels through the process of human evolution. Editor: Prof. D. I. Loizos (Greece).
Standing stones, stone circles and stone rows are one of the most mysterious features of the British landscape. Andy Burnham (UK) is leading the tour of some of the most interesting and picturesque prehistoric sites.
A link collection from the University of Minnesota Deluth, USA.
This site aims to draw together all online texts on hominisation and social and cultural evolution as well as on more modern topics like memetics and the "Global Brain". Editor: Hans Geser, Christoph Brönnimann, Jürgen Stremkow (Sociological Institute, Zurich, Switzerland).
A comprehensive guide to European megaliths and other ancienct sites. Paola Arosio and Diego Meozzi have personally visited and photographed 359+ archæological sites on these pages. And they are working hard on adding the photos, QTVR panoramic movies, and descriptions of other megalithic sites. English and Italian version.
Ancient World (ca. 4000 BC - AD 500)
Guide to networked open access data relevant to the study of the Ancient Near East. There are two groups of indexes, primary and secondary. The primary indexes are divided by project or institutional affiliation and by author. The secondary indexes contain directories (addresses, lists), online journals, library catalogs, museum collections, publishers and book dealers, regional and subject indexes. Editor: Charles E. Jones (Research Archives of the Oriental Institute, Chicago, USA).
A journey to the Ancient World, weaving together the peoples of those lands and civilizations and the way they lived and - their thoughts, their hopes, their dreams, their lives.
The Mayan Ruins of Mexico, Guatemala, Belize & Honduras.
Editor: Paul Halsall, Fordham University, USA.
The Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA).
A forum and materials for the study of women and gender in the Ancient world. Contains biographies for many important literary and historical figures, essays, articles, reviews, bibliographies and images. Editors: Suzanne Bonefas and Ross Scaife.
An On-Line Journal of Ancient Historiography. A refereed electronic journal focusing on ancient historiographical texts and media. It contains original articles as well as reviews, discussions, reader responses, and notices of relevant conferences and historiographical projects. Presented by the Department of Classics at the University of Durham (UK).
A nonprofit organization dedicated to expanding the knowledge and appreciation of human cultures from ancient times to the present through an array of student, teacher, and public programs and activities.
An academic journal on the the classical world, published on behalf of the Classical Association of New England (CANE), the professional organization for classicists in the six New England states. CANE accepts general Classics announcements in addition to CANE related announcements. We also publish longer articles on items of pedagogical interest, CANE information, and resources of use to lovers of the Classics.
A digital library on ancient Greece and Rome, more than 13,000 images of art objects, sites and buildings. Each features a description of the object and its context. There are also a number of Greek texts, a Greek lexicon and a selection of secondary sources. The databeses of images and texts can be searched in several different ways, and the resulting records are cateloged and hyperlinked together.
A photographic archive of the archaeological and architectural remains of ancient Athens, with links to other archaeological resources on the internet. Created by Kevin T. Glowacki and Nancy L. Klein of the Department of Classical Studies at Indiana University, Bloomington, USA.
Greece - Secrets of the Past
Sport in the Ancient Greek World
A plethora of information about these contests that are the forefathers of our modern Olympic Games. Includes the powerpoint presentations of prof. John Cherry.
The Economy of Ancient Greece
In: Robert Whaples (ed.), Encyclopedia of Economic and Business History.
 The history of ancient Greece, its colonies and conquests from the earliest accounts till division of the Macedonian Empire in the East
Philadelphia: Thomas Wardle.
 A pictorial history of Greece: Ancient and modern
New York: Huntington & Savage.
 A History of the Archaic Greek World: ca. 1200-479 BCE
An introduction into ancient Greek mythology. Meet the Gods, the Heros and Creatures, read the stories and inspect the family tries.
Greek Materialism and Pantheism: Thales, Anaximander, Anaximenes
A history of pantheism and scientific pantheism.
A peer-reviewed academic journal covering research in Hellenic studies. It contains articles on a wide variety of Hellenic topics including Greek language, literature, history and art and archaeology in the Ancient, Byzantine and Modern periods. It also publishes reviews of recent books of importance to Greep studies. It was established in 1880 and is published annually by Cambridge University Press on behalf of the Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies (SPHS).
Part of the Perseus projects efforts to build an interrelated collection of hypermedia databases focused on classical Greece.
Illustrated (and abbreviated) Greek History
 Paths from Ancient Greece
A Roman research and re-enactment society who among our many facets specialise in Bringing the Roman Army to life. They comprise a number of historical experts and enthusiasts and regularly appear in public to demonstrate living history using accurately reconstructed armour and equipment. The group is based around the 6th Legion Legio Victrix who were stationed on the Antonine Wall in Scotland. The object of the association is to advance the education of the public in the life and times of Roman Britain, especially that of Roman Scotland.
In-depth articles, multimedia, timelines and short biographies of historic figures. Explore the Roman way of life from the view of women, or the citizens of Pompeii, and find out about Roman culture in Britain.
Take a virtual tour of Rome, explore the dictionary of mythology, read about Roman history and latin language & literature, watch the pictures of people or inspect the surgical instruments in Greek and Roman times. David Camden created this site mainly as a hobby to cultivate his appreciation for the Romans.
An online ecyclopedia of Roman Emperors (De imperatoribus Romanus) and their families: from Augustus (27 BC-AD 14) to Constantine XI Palaeologus (1449-1453). The encyclopedia consists of (1) an index of all the emperors who ruled during the empires 1500 years, (2) a number of biographical essays on the individual emperors, (3) family trees (stemmata) of important imperial dynasties, (4) an index of significant battles in the empires history, (5) a number of capsule descriptions and maps of these battles, and (6) maps of the empire at different times. Wherever possible, these materials are cross-referenced by live links. Editor: Richard D. Weigel.
Includes many resources on roman and civil law, classical studies and publishers. The aim of this site to provide a single place where information and materials on the Internet could be made available to those interested in Roman law. Editor: Ernest Metzger, School of Law, University of Aberdeen (Scotland).
Roman Legion Armory
Created by Egyptologist Jacques Kinnaer (Belgium). The site contains general information on the history and language of Ancient Egypt, and on Saqqara (City of the Dead). Theres also a very usefull alphabetically sorted list of keywords, a bibliography on Ancient Egypt, and a Hitchhikers guide that explores the modern-day interest with this fascinating culture.
Created by Peit Joh, Uithoorn, The Netherlands.
Online resources related to Egypt.
This page has been set up with the assistance of the Fitzwilliam Museum to provide online resource for Egyptological information.
A virtual tour of ancient Egyptian artifacts. Contains 67 artifacts, along with descriptions and general time period, and 4 QuickTimeVR artifacts that users can move around to get a better look at. There are two RealAudio files, one a 55 minute tour that can be listened to separately or used in conjunction with selected parts of the site, and the other a 1 hour and 25 minute lecture by Dr. Arne Eggebrecht, director of the Pelizaeus Museum, Hildesheim, Germany, from whose holdings this exhibit was drawn. Created by: The Houston Chronicle (as part of its Virtual Voyager series), in conjunction with the Houston Museum of Fine Arts.
The great pyramid of Giza, the hanging gardens of Babylon, the statue of Zeus at Olympia, the temple of Artemis at Ephesus, the mausoleum at Halicarnassus, the colossus of Rhodus, the lighthouse of Alexandria. On this site you can see these seven wonders and read about them. And you can learn some more about other wonders: the forgotten wonders (like the Great Wall of China and the Yaj Mahal in India), the modern wonders (like the Eiffel Tower) and the natural wonders (like the Niagara Falls).
Feudalism - Medieval (ca. 500-1500)
The Sociology of Norbert Elias
Elias looked at changes in the habitus (personal habits such as eating, sleeping, sex, natural body functions, and bathing) of people for the Middle Ages through the 1930s by examining etiquette books.
A WWW Server for Medieval Studies, sponsored by Georgetown University.
The goal is to construct a Internet Medieval Sourcebook from available public domain and copy-permitted texts. The first part is made up of fairly short classroom sized extracts, derived from public domain sources or copy-permitted translations, the second is composed of the full documents, or WWW links to the full documents. Editor: Paul Halsall.
An annotated list of online medieval resources. Editor: Axel Müller, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds, UK.
Médiévales publishes articles on all aspects of the middle Ages: history, literature and linguistics but also law, archaeology and history of art. Each issue contains a thematic subject, often resulting from a seminar or teamwork, coordinated by a specialist. Articles on the most diverse subjects are also published under the rubric «Essais et recherches». The rubric «Point de vue» proposes crossed readings of a work or critical bulletins on current themes of research. Reader’s notes on recent works are included in each number.
A collection of articles on the Middle Ages from a Dutch perspective.
 Max Webers Conceptual Portrait of Feudalism
In: British Journal of Sociology, 29(2): 211-227.
 Max Weber on the Sociology of the Feudal Order
In: Sociological Review, 8(2): 203–208, December 1960
Modern World (ca. 1500 present)
A large digital library of primary sources in American social history from the Antebellum Period through Reconstruction. The collection contains approximately 1,600 books and 50,000 journal articles with 19th century imprints. The project represents a major collaborative endeavor in preservation and electronic access to historical texts.
Europe European Studies
Editor: Richard Hacken (Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, USA).
Historical Text Archive. Editor: Don Mabry (Mississippi State Univ., USA).
Medieval German resources.
The digital library contains some of the core printed primary and secondary sources for the medieval and modern history of the British Isles. The subject guides are designed to guide you through some of the materials on BHO. Each subject guide has been created by a scholar who specialises in that particular area. BHO was founded by the Institute of Historical Research and the History of Parliament Trust in 2003.
A large integrated database of geographically-located historical statistics for Great Britain, mainly drawn from the period 1851-1939.
The Museums exhibition gallery is designed to draw out some comparisons between village-based society of a century ago and our globalised, high-tech and perhaps unsustainable world of today. MERL is a major national repository for archives of agriculture and rural life. The strengths of the collection include: records of major agricultural manufacturing firms; historic archives of agricultural organisations and cooperatives; large collections of personal records and journals of farm workers; company accounts of farms across England; and films relating to the countryside and agriculture.
Archives for journalists, academics and policy makers.
A search device for sites by archival services in the Netherlands and other countries.
A historical portal that provides access more than 40 Dutch archives services. Includes a databank of hundreds of kilometers searchable archives in the Netherlands and Flanders.
Holland is a flat country. There are no mountains or rocks. But in the north of the country within a radius of only 20 miles, 53 megalithic monuments are scattered over a beautiful landscape. Granite skeletons of 5500 years old burial chambers. Where did these 20 ton boulders come from, how were they piled up and by whom and why..? What is the mystery behind these relics from the past..? Your internet guide is Hans Meijer (Assen). Dutch and English version.
On this site history is written. Inspired by the past, trying to write a living history.
A portal on Dutch history.
Chapters from the Dutch history.
Provides a guide to historical sources, biographical and bibliographical reference works.
Daily historical backgrounds to the news.
The National Archive manages more than 6000 archives. It is the largest public archive in the Netherland (125 kilometers). Although not all these archives are computerised, you can search many collections online. The site includes a nice time-line on Dutch history.
The national organisation for storing and providing access to research data from the humanities and social sciences. DANS manages existing data archives and develops a new infrastructure for data storage and access in areas that do not have this. DANS is a joint initiative of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) and the Netherlands Organisatino for Scientific Research (NWO).
Association of history & politics teachers in the Netherlands.
A clearinghouse of African primary sources.
An annotated guide to information about Sub-Saharan Africa on the internet. Presented by the Stanford University Libraries, California, U.S.A.
An international and interdisciplinary bilingual journal (French and English) of the social sciences on Africa, West Indies and Black Africa. The journal, founded in 1960, publishes miscellaneous issues and essays testifying to the most recent trends in research and field theory and the discussions they generate.
An exhibit of maps and travel narratives from Leo Africanus to Chinua Achene. The virtual exhibit is organized in into islands of materials. Created by Patrick Scott (selection and text) and Jason Pierce (hypertext development).
A short listing of internet resources on South African politics, universities, literature and arts. Editor: Allison Drew (University of York, UK).
One of the most comprehensive collections of African American history in the world. Mark E. Mitchell has assembled a largely visual, museum-quality collection of manuscripts, documents, newspapers, letters, photographs, and books relating to African American History in its entirety.
Presented by U.S. Immigration.
Designed for high school and college teachers of U.S. History survey courses, this site serves as a gateway to Web resources and offers unique teaching materials, first-person primary documents and threaded discussions on teaching U.S.history. A project of the American Social History Project/Center for Media and Learning of the City University of New York and the Center for History and New Media at George Mason University with funding from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.
Compliments March 1999 Journal of American History Roundtable of the same title, contains the declaration as it has been translated into different languages and at different times.
Founded in 1896, JSA is a scientific journal with an international reputation. Devoted to Amerindian societies and cultures, considered in the totality of their history, JSA owes its originality and its richness to a disciplinary openness that leads to the encounter of prehistory, archaeology, ethno history, ethnology, ethno-linguistics and more rarely, sociology and biological anthropology, in its pages. A similar spirit of openness characterizes the languages used by the journal: French, English, Spanish, and Portuguese, besides Indian languages. Specialised, but resolutely turning its back on the compartmentalisation of disciplines, JSA's readers are anthropologists working on native America.
An archive with educational films on the history and culture of North America between 1905 and 1969. All films are presented offered in MPGEG-2 format (full-screen video). Academic and educational institutions may freely download the films.
The Great Depression, the 1930s, and the Roosevelt Administration.
The Internet Guide to Asian Studies. A large-scale distributed, collaborative project that provides an up-to-date hypertext map and a seamless acces tool to the networked scholarly documents, resources and information systems in the field of Asian studies. You get regional data (whole of Asia-Pacific, Middle East, Caucasus, Central Asia, South Asia, South East Asia, Pacific Ocean, East Asia), countries/territories data (from Afghanistan to Yemen), and Asia-Pacific Global Data. This is probably the only site you have to visit. It's comprehensive, well structured, user friendly and it's fast.
The Distortion and the Revision of History in Postwar Japanese Textbooks, 1945-1998
A sociological content analysis of history school textbooks in Japan. It reviews the changes in contents of high school history textbooks in postwar Japan, and analyzes the transformation of history education in terms of the rise and fall of postwar Japanese nationalism. The study is focused on (1) the effects of postwar ethnocentric Japanese nationalism in the 1960s and 1970s on history textbooks, and (2) the new movement of history education toward "transnationalism" after the mid-1980s.
AHS is concerned with Australian history and with other histories in so far as they inform the understanding of history in Australia. It is published by the University of Melbourne and is supported by the Faculty of Arts. Youll get recent issues tables of contents and abstract.
A peer reviewed electronic publication for the dissemination of research and other professional outcomes by historians of Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand. The editors of the Journal have a special interest in providing a peer evaluated forum for appraisal of new technologies in research and teaching. It is concerned with how interactive multi-media be most effectively used to represent the past in all its richness and complexity. The site is an initative of the School of History and Politics, James Cook University and the Department of History, Melbourne University. Editor: Paul Turnbull and Alan Mayne.
H-Nets discussion list for the history of Aotearoa / New Zealand and Australia, and related fields. The aim of H-ANZAU is to provide a forum for the discussion of research projects and ideas, as well as providing news of resources, conferences and events of interest to researchers, teachers, archivists and librarians. They provide information which will enhance quality teaching in universities and secondary schools, and they support teachers and researchers of the history of Australia and Aotearoa / New Zealand working in overseas centres.
Includes resources on Canadian Womens History.
Canadas national museum of human history collects, studies, preserves, and presents material objects that illuminate the human history of Canada and the cultural diversity of its people. Provides many online resources pertinent to Canadian heritage.
Building Canadas digital preservation infrastructure and providing the broadest possible access to Canadian documentary heritage.
A directory of web resources relevant to Canadian studies. Editor: David Lucking.
A foundation devoted to Canadian history education.
A resource page for students of the history of Quebec and Canada, presented by the History Teaching Resource Centre at the Lester B. Pearson School.
A bilingual, multidisciplinary, and peer-reviewed journal publishing the latest research in Canadian Studies from around the world. IJCS provides a common space for Canadianists from across the globe to pursue scholarly questions pertaining to Canada.
In: Michael Payne / Jessica Rae Barbera (eds)  A Dictionary of Cultural and Critical Theory: Second Edition. Blackwell Publishing.
Atlas resources for Europe, Middle East, North Africa & North America.
Known also as birds-eye views, perspective maps, and aero views, panoramic maps are nonphotographic representations of cities portrayed as if viewed from above at an oblique angle. Although not generally drawn to scale, they show street patterns, individual buildings, and major landscape features in perspective.
The site does not only offer historical country maps of general interest, but also maps of current interest (especially actual conflict zones).
A collection of more than 1,000 historical maps spanning nearly 500 years, from the sixteenth century through the early twentieth century. The maps are very detailed (the average JPEG size is 400k).
dr. Albert Benschop
Social & Behavioral Studies
University of Amsterdam
02nd November, 2015
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