To assist you in finding material you need, virtually all H-Net content is indexed. Each of the five links below leads to a search form for the material described.
H-Net's e-mail lists function as electronic networks, linking professors, teachers and students in an egalitarian exchange of ideas and materials. Every aspect of academic life--research, teaching, controversies new and old--is open for discussion.
Visit the Discussion
Networks Search Page.
H-Net Reviews is an online scholarly review journal. Our reviews are published online via discussion networks and the H-Net web site. This permits our reviews to reach scholars with a speed unmatched in any other medium. It also makes a new kind of
interactivity possible, as reviewers, authors and readers engage in discussions of the reviews online.
Visit the Reviews Search Page.
Most H-Net content which doesn't fall into one of the categories above can
be found here. In addition to the pages which tie the H-Net web together,
this index contains material from H-Net special projects which may be
difficult to find in other ways. Visit the
Web Search Page.
The H-Net Job Guide covers positions in History, the Humanities, and Social Sciences, as well as listings in
rhetoric, composition. A weekly index is posted to many of H-Net's E-mail lists. We particularly encourage listings of replacement or temporary jobs.
Visit the Job Guide Search Page.
H-Net Academic Announcements is a widely used means of publicizing and learning about upcoming conferences, calls for papers, publications, programs, workshops, funding opportunities, fellowships, and new web sites.
Visit the Announcements Search Page.