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    Here s an example of some interesting historical work being done in these days of web bells and whistles... My, my, the list has fallen silent lately.. -aj
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 4, 1999
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      Here's an example of some interesting historical work being done in these
      days of web bells and whistles...

      My, my, the list has fallen silent lately..

      -aj wright // listowner
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      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Dina Iordanova <DI4@...>
      To: Multiple recipients of list <mcdl@...>
      Sent: Tuesday, November 02, 1999 3:39 AM
      Subject: [MCDL:2598] Journal of Multi-Media History


      > "Zelizer" <jmmh@...>
      >
      > We are pleased to announce the publication of volume 2 of
      > THE JOURNAL FOR MULTIMEDIA HISTORY.
      > http://www.albany.edu/jmmh
      >
      > Features include the award-winning article, "I Can Almost See the
      > Lights of Home~A Field Trip to Harlan County, Kentucky," by
      > Charles Hardy, III and Alessandro Portelli. (recent winner of the
      > Oral History Association's 1999 Non-print Media Award for
      > outstanding use of oral history.) Their "essay-in-sound"
      > reconceptualizes the practice of oral history scholarship.
      >
      > "Frank Capra's America" features RealAudio versions of talks by
      > Robert Brent Toplin, Lawrence Levine, and Dan T. Carter originally
      > presented at the 1999 annual meeting of the American Historical
      > Association; they are enhanced with film excerpts that highlight
      > key points in their presentations.
      >
      > The first of two hypertext essays on "Teaching and
      > Research" -- "Selling China: www.cnta.com and Cultural
      > Nationalism" -- suggests how historians can use Web sites as
      > primary source documents. The second, "Viva Computer Links not
      > Chain Links!", reviews Web sites pertaining to the US-Mexican
      > border region.
      >
      > "Historically Speaking" features an engaging interview (audio and
      > text) with Thomas Sugrue, author of THE ORIGINS OF THE
      > URBAN CRISIS and winner of the Bancroft Prize in History.
      >
      > Volume 2 also contains a variety of hypermedia reviews of Web
      > sites, CD-ROMs, and video/audio documentary productions.
      > Leading scholars evaluate substantive content, as well as discuss
      > technical, pedagogical and aesthetic issues. The reviews include
      > samples of the works reviewed.
      >
      > Check out our new issue and let us know what you think. It's at:
      > http://www.albany.edu/jmmh
      >
      > Gerald Zahavi
      > Julian Zelizer
      > Julian Zelizer
      > Assistant Professor of History and Public Policy
      > Department of History
      > Ten Broeck Hall 105
      > University at Albany
      > Albany, New York 12222
      > (518) 442-3992
      > Fax: 518-442-3477
      > zelizer@...
      >
      >
      >
      >
      > Dr. Dina Iordanova
      > Centre for Mass Communication Research
      > University of Leicester
      > 104 Regent Road
      > Leicester LE1 7LT
      > England
      > phone 44-116-252-3877
      > fax 44-116-252-5276
      > Visit my home page at http://www.le.ac.uk/cmcr/di4/Main.html
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