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by subject. I am always in need of fresh ideas for syllabi, course texts,and

assignments. I think the CFH seems anideal group to participate in this

kind of thing--especially in light of the theme of our recent meeting,it

would be great to seehow others put together non-western history

courses. What do you think?" This certainly seems worth pursuing,

possibly to create a page of links to thesyllabi at their home locations,

which would simplify management of the page in question.Any

responses to this out there?

John Roney (Sacred Heart University) has agreedto work with Paul

Michelson in considering this and other spiffy ideas for the CFHhome

page. We willprobably be posting sometime next year a book review

archive from FIDES so that these reviews canbe made more conveniently

available and handy. Other ideas are welcomed.

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