Calling all Digital Historians

Lots of active historians do digital work, and we should be doing more to connect with one another so that we know about ongoing work and can foster collaboration.

So, register yourself, and you can tell us about your work, your ideas, and the ways that you are interacting with other digital historians. Join a Group or start one. Get involved.

Everyone is welcome!

[Resolved with ReCaptcha (June 9, 2013)] The spam users have found us, but I would still like to leave the registration open for now with subscriber permissions that I will upgrade for real members as soon as I possibly can.

Eventually, I’ll have to look for some volunteer administrators/editors.

About Sharon Leon

Director of Public Projects at the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media; 20th Century US social and cultural history; US Religious History; US Catholic History

4 thoughts on “Calling all Digital Historians

  1. Boudewijn Walraven

    I have just joined the list and would like to draw attention to two digital resources: the ejournal Korean Histories (http://www.koreanhistories.org), as to be expected about Korean history but inclined to the pay attention to the social processes that are at the basis of historiography, and the Sungkyun Journal of East Asian Studies (http://sjeas.skku.edu) with articles about China, Korea and Japan and the relations between the three countries, mainly from a humanities point of view. SJEAS is also available in paper form, but Korean Histories is digital only.

    Boudewijn Walraven

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