Character-Set: UTF-8WELCOME TO THE H-NEWMEXICO NETWORK!
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I. The H-NEWMEXICO Network: Scope, Content, Purpose.
The H-NewMexico network will provide a forum for discussion of the culture and history of New Mexico. The intended audience is both academic and non-professional: historians and literature teachers, writers, artists, New Mexico enthusiasts, and public historians, just to mention a few. It will be a network for anyone who has an interest in New Mexico and the Southwest--a place to propose ideas, announce events, and engage in thought-provoking debate.
The list is sponsored by the New Mexico Endowment for the Humanities.
The editor serves two-year renewable terms, with the approval of the H-Net Executive Committee and rotate their duties. The current editor will be identified in all messages coming from the list. The editor will solicit postings (by email, phone and even by regular mail), will assist people in managing subscriptions and setting up options, will handle routine inquiries, and will consolidate some postings. Anyone with suggestions about what H-NEWMEXICO can and might do is invited to send in ideas. The editor will solicit and post newsletter-type information (calls for conferences, for example, or listings of sessions at conventions.) H-NEWMEXICO will be moderated to filter out extraneous messages (like requests for subscription) and items that do not belong on H-NEWMEXICO. They may belong somewhere else, or in the judgment of the editors they do not aid the scholarly dialogue. The editor will not alter the meaning of messages without the author's permission.
For a list of current editors, visit: http://www.h-net.org/~newmex
III. Communicating Through the List.
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depend directly on subscribers. The editors want to encourage lively,
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messages that violate the norms of civility and professional courtesy
will be rejected. Persistent violators can be removed from the
IV. The H-NEWMEXICO Site on the World Wide Web
In addition to providing interactive communications via electronic
mail, H-NEWMEXICO also maintains a site on the World Wide Web. The site
is located on the H-Net server at Michigan State University in East
Lansing, Michigan, USA. It may be located by following the hypertext
links at http://www.h-net.org.The H-NEWMEXICO web site contains the
following information and services:
� The archives of the H-NEWMEXICO list, known as its "logs." They are
in searchable and sortable format.
� The network's official documents: its welcome files, lists of board members and editors, contact information, and other founding and information documents.
� Hypertext links to resources in our subject: teaching materials, research archives, other lists .
V. Advisory Board.
H-NEWMEXICO's daily activities are managed by the editors. Its
long-term policies are developed by the advisory board. If you are
interested in serving on the board, please contact the current editor.
Board members referee incoming articles, reviews, and teaching
materials; establish basic subscription restrictions and policy; advise
the editors on disputes among editors and subscribers; monitor the list
and make active contributions to discussion; and serve as the
subscribers' voice in H-Net affairs. You are encouraged to contact any
or all of the editorial board members with ideas and concerns about
For a list of the current advisory board, visit: http:www.h-net.org/~newmex
VI. Our Parent Organization: H-Net
H-Net is an international consortium of scholars in the humanities and social sciences that creates and coordinates electronic networks, using a variety of media, and with a common objective of advancing humanities and social science teaching and research. H-Net was created to provide a positive, supportive, equalitarian environment for the friendly exchange of ideas and scholarly resources.
The goals of H-NET networks are to enable scholars to easily
communicate current research and teaching interests; to discuss new
approaches, methods and tools of analysis; to share information on
electronic databases; and to test new ideas and share comments on the
literature in their fields.
Among H-Net's many services are:
� Book and software reviews: timely, exhaustive, authoritative, professional, fast. Mailed through our lists and stored in searchable, printable, retrievable format on our site at the World Wide Web.
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CONTACTING H-NET FOR MORE INFORMATION
On the World Wide Web: http://www.h-net.org Electronic mail: H-NET@H-NET.msu.edu
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Associate Director: Heather Hawley
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