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The Social Sciences & History Web is designed to provide access to scholarly resources in selected subject and geographic areas within the field of Western European Studies. We do not strive for exhaustiveness but rather for quality. The resources organized here have undergone a selection and evaluation process. If needed, annotations have been provided augmenting the research value of these resources to scholars.

Featured newly added websites

  • Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative [Work in progress], an international research project aimed at the creation of distributed, spatially referenced GIS-style cultural databases which can be accessed across the Internet from a common front-end software. The ECAI is planning to extend its geographical focus into Europe.
  • Migration im WWW, based at the University of Bonn, organized European links to resources on all aspects of migration studies.
  • The Jean Monnet Program, provides access to the tables of contents of journals relevant in European Integration research - law, human rights, economics, history and political sciences. Where available, abstracts are also included. Maintained by the Academy of European Law at the European University Institute in Florence, the EU Center at Harvard and the Harvard Jean Monnet Chair at Harvard Law School.



Acknowledgements

The editor for the Social Sciences & History Web is Gordon Anderson ( University of Minnesota). We welcome contributors.

Comments and further suggestions may be sent to:

ganderso @ umn.edu".

The Social Sciences & History Web is one part of the [Western European Studies Section Web] of resources for Western European studies.

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We would like to thank the libraries of Brigham Young University and University of Minnesota for providing assistance and computing resources that make this national endeavor possible.




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