Revisiting the Carnival
Just about a year ago, we put up a post here at AHA Today highlighting a number of history carnivals available online (with the help of Cliopatria’s history blogroll). For those not familiar with carnivals they are collections of links to other blogs’ articles, and usually focus on a specific topic. Carnivals can be the main focus of a blog, or an occasional feature of a blog (for instance, AHA Today’s weekly “What We’re Reading” posts could be considered a carnival posts, in a broad sense).
In this post we’re highlighting a handful of some recent carnivals, to remind you that they’re out there and describe some topics they cover (again, to see a more complete list of history carnivals visit the carnival section of the Cliopatria history blogroll).
It’s a carnival of carnivals, trying out what sites like the History Carnival Aggregator do daily (thanks to Jonathan Dresner for that link).
- Asian History Carnival #19 – A variety of articles on China and Japan, as well as online East Asia history lectures and a selection of Asian history resources.
See past Asian History Carnivals here.
- Military History Carnival #12 – The themes in this issue of the carnival include the experience of war, politics and war, war and death, command in war, and myth and memory.
See past Military History Carnivals here.
- Indian History Carnival #3 – A relatively new carnival that goes up on the 15th of every month and takes a look at Indian history and archaeology.
See past Indian History Carnivals here.
- Carnivalesque XXXVII – Presents a number of links, in no particular order, related to Ancient/Medieval history.
See past Carnivalesque Carnivals here.
- History Carnival #63 – This edition of the carnival largely focuses on women’s history.
See past History Carnivals here.
This post first appeared on AHA Today.
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