For readers of popular (and not-so-popular) science books -- Anthropology to Zoology.
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A place to discuss books on military history and related topics.
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Mostly about books on the environment, ecology and sustainable living. But it is also about... antiglobalization, biocentrism, biodiversity, cultural …
librarians, catalogers, archivists, students... or anyone else who wants to talk about metadata, tagging, FRBR, library 2.0, social software, …
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A group for those who enjoy reading books on American History -- From Discovery through the present.
Group for discussion of books on World War II. All facets of the conflict are fair game. The causes of the war, military strategy, social history, the …
For mathematicians, lovers of math, and hangers on.
A group for linguists, armchair linguists, would-be linguists, budding linguists, linguists-in-training, linguistic anthropologists, and/or anybody …
For those wonderful educators who either teach young students just learning how to read or older students exploring more advanced genres. Let this be …
All language lovers are welcome.
For those studying the great American Civil War that tested whether that nation, or any nation, so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure. …
Each written history has its own viewpoint, but which is correct and why? Is it the big men that make the big movements of history or the other way …
A place for discussing history in general. Why do you read history? What does it mean to you? How do you approach various interpretations of the past? …
This group includes the personal libraries of the populace of the Kingdom of Atlantia. Note: This group is not sponsored by nor affiliated with the …
History is not only a discipline to be carried out in formal academic circles. It is a discipline widely relevant to every day life and interesting to …
For anyone who enjoys Latin, the language of the Romans, the western Church, and -- until recently -- academics of all stripes. This group also serves …
Are you the only employee in a small, dusty shop, or are you one of many in a huge chain store? Do you find it to be a dangerous occupation, based on …
A place for arm-chair archaeologists ... although we'd be happy to welcome the field workers who actually have to deal with heat, dust, locals, and …
For people who are interested in the universe, how it works and the books that explore it.
A place for archivists on LibraryThing.