Asian History Carnival #16

Welcome to the 16th Asian History Carnival. When you find interesting and original weblog postings related to Asian history, consider tagging them at del.icio.us or other popular tagging sites as “ahcarnival” or submitting the link here. Also, contact Jonathan Dresner (jonathan at froginawell dot net) or myself (frog at froginawell dot net) if you would […]

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AHC #13

The Thirteenth Asian History Carnival is now up over at my personal weblog Muninn! In addition to the usual selection of blog postings I have added a section to the carnival introducing a few online resources or references that might be of use to those with an interest in Asian history.

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Asian History Carnival

I will be hosting the thirteenth installment of the Asian History Carnival at Muninn on the evening of April 21st. Please make your submissions by noon the 21st, US Eastern time. See the carnival’s homepage for more information. You can nominate postings here or simply tag them with the Delicious tag: http://del.icio.us/tag/ahcarnival/

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Asian History Carnival #11

Dave at Peking Duck has more. There was one, and only one, usable submission through blogcarnival.com: The Bizarre Jokester presents The Niihau Incident posted at Amazingly Bizarre The rest of it was Kung-fu, vitamin spam and Feng-shui. I’m partially to blame, of course: Having failed to twist enough arms to produce a host, I put […]

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AHC #10 is up

Gracchi at Westminster Wisdom has put together a fantastic 10th AHC. The material ranges from the Russian Near East to Japan, Mongolia to India, and closes out the year with a very strong finish. It’s not too soon, though, to start thinking about next year! AHC will take a short break (I don’t think anyone […]

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AHC Call for Posts, plus

Roy Berman, the MutantFrog himself, will host the next Asian History Carnival at Mutant Frog Travelogue on the 18th. Get your nominations in to him directly (roy dot berman at gmail dot com), through blogcarnival.com or with del.icio.us tags. Remember, if you don’t submit anything, we may pick the worst thing you ever posted publicly…. […]

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History Carnival #38

“For both nations and inviduals have sometimes made a virtue of neglecting history; and history has taken its revenge on them.” — H. R. Trevor-Roper “The Past and the Present: History and Sociology” (1969), cited in Tosh, ed. Historians on History, p. 197. Welcome to the September 1, 2006 edition of history carnival. I’m finally […]

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AHC #5

Miland Brown has the latest edition of the Asian History Carnival up at his World History Blog, and it’s a very nice collection. We’re still looking for hosts for August and beyond, however: time to step up and make your mark in the historical blogosphere!

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