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New list: H-Museum

From: Ralf Blank <ralf.blank>
Date: Friday, June 21, 2002
H-Museum (ISSN 1618-0534) is a moderated mailing list and
information forum. This means that texts are reviewed by an
editorial panel, revised if necessary and only then transmitted. The
manager of the list will ensure that the contents meet academic
standards and prevent their use for commercial, non-academic or
non-relevant purposes. The editorial team is supported by an
advisory board. The mailing list addresses themes and questions
primarily relating to museums and memorial places, but is also
intended to be interdisciplinary, so that archaeological,
historical, cultural and artistic information can be posted
alongside other more established, central spheres of activity.
Articles relating to the activities and news of archives and
libraries will also be listed. A particular feature is the emphasis
on museums and the internet. You will also find accounts and
discussions of exhibitions, reviews of books and other communication
media, as well as reports of conferences and calls for papers.
Subscription applications are solicited from professionals in
museums, universities, libraries, archives and other academic
institutions, as well as from graduate students of the arts,
cultural sciences, museology, and history. The languages are mainly
English and German, but Italian, French and Dutch too. Today
H-MUSEUM has more than 1400 subscribers from 61 countries

H-Net Network for Museum Professionals

More information:

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Messages and announcements are send to

    h-museum [at] h-net__msu__edu

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H-Net is an international interdisciplinary organization of scholars
and teachers dedicated to developing the enormous educational
potential of the Internet and the World Wide Web. Our edited lists
and web sites publish peer reviewed essays, multimedia materials,
and discussion for colleagues and the interested public. The
computing heart of H-Net resides at MATRIX: The Center for Humane
Arts, Letters, and Social Sciences Online, Michigan State
University, but H-Net officers, editors and subscribers come from
all over the globe.

Ralf Blank, Stephanie Marra
Editorial Board
H-Net Network for Museum Professionals

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Received on Friday, 21 June, 2002

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