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New History-Related Groups
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 3, No. 8. Saturday, 11 Jan 1992.
(1)	Date: 	Thu, 9 Jan 1992 12:22:29 -0500
	From: 	Joe T. Coohill <GD03JTC@UCSBVM.BITNET>
	Subj:  	History and Macintosh Society
(2)	Date:   Fri, 3 Jan 1992 19:09:21 CET
	From:	Thomas Zielke <113355@DOLUNI1.BITNET>
	Subj:   [Early Modern History List]
Date: 		Thu, 9 Jan 1992 12:22:29 -0500
From: 		Joe T. Coohill <GD03JTC@UCSBVM.BITNET>
Subject:  	History and Macintosh Society
Humanists and Social Scientists who use Macintosh computers should take
note of the History and Macintosh Society, an Apple-registered user group.
"History" is very broadly defined, and HMS welcomes Art Historians,
Literary Scholars, Philosophers, Political Scientists, etc.
Members receive a quarterly newsletter and software disk.  Currently HMS
is exploring research programs, databases, and organization tools.  Other
activities include reviewing computer/academic books, teaching and grading
programs, and discussing the place of computers in humanistic and
social research.
The HMS newsletter package is not available on-line.  For more information,
734 Elkus Walk #201
Goleta  CA
PS - HMS is always looking for contributors to its newsletter.  If you've
found an interesting and productive way to use the Mac, let us know!
Date:         Fri, 3 Jan 1992 19:09:21 CET
From:         Thomas Zielke <113355@DOLUNI1.BITNET>
Subject:      [Early Modern History List]
	[Ed. note: The following announcement was submitted to
	HISTOWNR (a conference for editors of History-related lists)
	by Thomas Zielke, forwarded to C18-L by Kevin Berland, and
	finally forwarded to FICINO by Germaine Warkentin. -- k.s.]
As of today, January 3, 1992, a new discussion forum has opened for the
discussion of Early Modern History. EMHIST-L will discuss everything
that is of interest for scholars and students of the period from ca. 1500
up to 1800, no matter what special region or topic is brought up.
To subscribe, send the command
SUB EMHIST-L <your name goes here>
to LISTSERV@RUTVM1. If you have any questions or problems, please notify
the list owner, 113355@DOLUNI1.
Sincerely yours,
Thomas Zielke
Historisches Seminar
Universit{t Oldenburg
Postfach 2503
D-W-2900 Oldenburg

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