The Clio-online portal offers information services for historians. The non-profit association Clio-online e.V. supports many online and communication services for historical studies. [read on]

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H-Soz-Kult and Clio-online are information platforms for the history sciences; both portals are constantly growing - in the number of published contributions, the number of users and the associated workload. It shows the importance of our work. [read on]

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The purpose of this website, Migrant Knowledge, is to foster and disseminate research at the nexus of migration and knowledge studies. Migrating people—social actors with agency—are the main focus. Thus “migrant knowledge.” At the same time, there is room for interesting work on knowledge about migrants, especially if such research helps us to understand migrant knowledge.

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Die Homepage des Staatsarchivs des Kantons Solothurn informiert über das Archiv und seine Arbeit. Die Seite enthält Informationen zur Wappen- und Familienforschung und eine Beständegliederung.

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The University of Zurich's Digital History Lab has launched a new podcast series in global history. 15past15 discusses how the past is made, and by whom, focusing in its first season on the making of history between East Asia and Europe.

15past15 can also be downloaded directly from iTunes:

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"Es handelt sich um eine Online-Bibliographie, in die deutschsprachige Publikationen mit vorwiegend historischer Thematik zur Geschichte Japans aufgenommen werden. [..] Die inhaltliche Ausrichtung der Bibliographie bringt es mit sich, dass auch andere Publikationen zur Geschichte des südost- und ostasiatischen Raumes berücksichtigt werden, soweit sie einen Bezug zur historischen Entwicklung Japans haben."

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