1 June 2006 - Thursday

History Carnival 32.1

The first part of the thirty-second History Carnival is up at Aqueduct. The loose theme for the presentation is "exceptional uses of academic technology."

Brian Ulrich explains that anti-Jewish sentiment in the Muslim Middle East was a European import. >>

Nathanael Robinson extols the virtues of digital photography in archival research. >>

Evan Roberts provides a more detailed guide to amateur digitization for historians. >>

Mirium Burstein discusses the teaching of controversial texts from canonical authors. >>

... And so on. Have a look.

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