|H.E.L.P. : Humanities Web Resources: NEXA|
The NEXA program is charged with maintaining a curriculum that demonstrates the historical, philosophical, and ethical interactions among humanities, arts, business, and the physical and social sciences. NEXA's general objective is to provide a point of convergence among diverse fields of knowledge, and to offer the student a form of liberal education that is both modern and substantial.
H-NEXA is a moderated, worldwide (230 members in 24 countries) Internet forum devoted to discussions, articles and book reviews relating to matters affecting the intersections among the sciences (physical and social), the humanities, and the arts. Subscribing to H-NEXA is exceptionally simple if you can get on the Internet via Pine or any other server. All you need do is to send an Internet message in the usual way.
In the header (address area of Pine, Eudora, Pegasus or other Internet mail program) write only the following address:
[TO:] LISTSERV@H-Net.Msu.Edu [note the absence of the final (E) in LISTSERV]
In the message area type only this:
SUBSCRIBE H-NEXA Yourfirstname Yourlastname, San Francisco State [note the obligatory comma]
Subscription materials, including information and a survey form (that includes a request for a brief biography, plus a description of your professional interests) will be sent to you. When this form is returned (the directions will tell you how), you will be a subscriber to H-NEXA and will automatically receive postings in your inbox.
The process is simple, clear and non-toxic. You may cancel at any time. If you have difficulty, just send an e-mail to Katherine B. Branstetter, Co-editor, and she will be glad to help you.
Please feel free to start new topics on matters of general interest to members of the forum.
- NEXA: The Science-Humanities Convergence Program at SFSU
- Net Humanities Online: H-NEXA Home Page
- Critical Inquiry Home Page
- Faust (Goethe's text translated to English)
- The Institute For Advanced Interdisciplinary Research
- Multidisciplinary WWW Subject Directories for Scholars
- New Scientist: Planet Science
- The Victorian Web
- Walker Percy
|Links Checked 01/02/01|