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World History

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This community is devoted to the emerging field of World History. Members should maintain a scholarly pitch in their posts and comments. In other words, be rational in what you say, don't harass people, and don't come here simply for homework help.

We are open about what are considered "acceptable" posts in this community. You can post about anything related to World History that you've found interesting. This can include mention or reviews of books or articles, as well as any trivia or bit of information that you've come across. If you teach World History, we'd love to hear about your experiences and ideas.

This community was recently created; I'm sure its nature will evolve over time. But first, we need some members! If you're interested in World History, go ahead and join; it is an open process.
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