question: community for historians?



Where are the big history communities? How do these work? Of course,
everybody knows Linkedin and (national oriented) popular social sites.
But what about sites that serve a similar audience as Facebook? Say, a
history student from a Russian university: does this person also
register in Facebook? If not, where do they go?

If you have a tip, please leave a comment here or at http://telfleur.wordpress.com/

Many thanks,
Fleur

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