January 1997

Volume 35, Number 1
Contents of the online edition

From the Director's Desk

Noteworthy

  • The 1996 Elections and the National Endowment for the Humanities
    by John Hammer

Teaching Innovations

Contributing Editor: Robert Blackey

Computers and Software

Contributing Editor: Janice Reiff

  • Multimedia Presentations: Lecturing in the Age of MTV
    by Saul Cornell and Diane Dagefoerde
  • History on Usenet: The People's Forum
    by Mark Pitcavage
  • Historians and the Web: A Guide
    by Andrew McMichael, Michael O'Malley, and Roy Rosenzweig
  • Using a Web Browser
    by Andrew McMichael, Michael O'Malley, and Roy Rosenzweig
  • Creating Your Own Web Page
    by Andrew McMichael, Michael O'Malley, and Roy Rosenzweig
  • The H-Net Teaching Resources Archive
    by Sara Tucker and Mark Kornbluh

Film and Media

Contributing Editor: Robert Brent Toplin

  • Lessons in the Dark: Teaching the Middle Ages with Film
    by Lorraine Attreed and James F. Powers

Public History

Contributing Editors: John David Smith and William F. Willingham

  • Is There Life After Graduate School? Maybe in Public History
    by Lee Anderson and Kathy Penningroth

Viewpoints

  • Max Planck Institute for History Threatened
    by David Sabean
  • In Favor of Unions for Graduate Students
    by Gregory M. Beyrer

AHA Activities

NCC Advocacy Update

  • January 1997
    by Page Putnam Miller