ANN Nov 9, 2001



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Mediterranean. The discussion list aims at becoming a space for
debate between researchers coming from different academic
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and theories. The other purpose of H-Mediterranean is to present book
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a trans-Mediterranean circulation of information. Focus is put on
recent bibliography in English, French, Italian, Arabic, Turk, Spanish
and Greek about the history of the Mediterranean and Mediterranean
countries. H-Mediterranean aims at promoting academic discussion
between scholars of various parts of the region as a scientific
method. The site consists of reviews, a discussion list, information
pages about publications, calls for papers, and conferences, as well
as links with the major academic institutions in the Mediterranean

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ANN: H-MEDITERRANEAN. In:, Nov 9, 2001 (accessed Sep 25, 2022), <>.