Traditional & Multimedia Reference Work on Napoleonic Period
Last October I announced a call for contributors/ideas for a traditional and multi-media reference work on the Napoleonic period. After digging out from a plethora of excellent suggestions, my co-editors, Dennis Trinkle, Kyle Eidahl, and I have posted a list of available topics at: http://www.theaahc.org/napoleon.htm. Please feel free to make further suggestions or volunteer to write entries. If you volunteer, please include a copy of your cv if you have not already done so. I will contact all those interested privately.
The multi-media aspect of the work packaged with the traditional print volume will include art, music, maps, primary documents (original and translated), and some article length interpretive essays about Europe during the period. Specific suggestions for materials included on the CD-ROM should be sent to me off the list please.
We encourage scholars of all disciplines to participate. Please feel free to contact me at the address below.
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