Professor Carole Fink, in conjunction with the Mershon Center at The Ohio State University, has established a network of historians of European International Relations. Located at www.mnih.org and titled the Mershon Network of International Historians (MNIH), the website serves as an electronic bulletin board for posting current information. Its primary purpose is to promote collaborative work among scholars on specific subjects in international history, such as panels, conferences, and volumes as well as joint research projects. Our other goals include posting archival information, announcing meetings and publications, and disseminating news of graduate and postgraduate study programs. There is also a plan for the future: to post each year an original essay for discussion. The success of this project will largely depend on its participants, who will help to create links among a community of scholars without an organizational base.
Membership will require no fee, and your privacy will be assured. The electronic bulletin board will be run and monitored by the directors of the MNIH from The Ohio State University. In addition, all announcements, postings and information will be placed on the website by the directors.
If you are interested in becoming a member please contact Ursula Gurney at the e-mail address given below. Once you become a member, you will also be able to submit information to post, such as: a). calls for conference papers, b). archival and fellowship information, and c). upcoming publications and conferences. In addition, you will be able to request names of members, or have the directors of the MNIH send information to other participants, working in specific fields, on specific topics, and in specific cities and universities.
Department of History, The Ohio State University
106 Dulles Hall
230 W. 17th Ave
USA Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the website at http://www.mnih.org
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