HST 480 -
The Protests of the 50s, 60s, and 70s
HST 480
The Protests of the 50s, 60s, and 70s

Wednesdays 3:00-5:50
315C Wells Hall
PROFESSOR: Mark Kornbluh

HST 480 - Online Discussion List

You have joined HST 480, a moderated electronic discussion group set up by Prof. Mark Kornbluh to faciliate and enhance discussion as part of the seminar, HST 480: The Protests of the 50s, 60s, and 70s, Spring Semester 2003 at Michigan State University.

This discussion list distributes additional course information and is a valuable forum to discuss issues related to the course. Seminar members are encouraged to participate in this online discussion, which forms an integral part of this course.

Subscription Information

Contributing to HST 480

Note that mail designed for everyone to read is sent to HST480@h-net.msu.edu, while automatic subscription mail is sent to LISTSERV@h-net.msu.edu.

Contributions to HST480 should include your name and email address. You can:

  1. Send a short email note directly to HST480@h-net.msu.edu.
  2. When you read a message from HST 480, use the reply command compose a response, and send it.
  3. Or send a long document (such as a longer essay or article) as a word-processed file. If you use software like Word Perfect or Microsoft Word, save the document as a plain ascii (or "text" or "dos") file. Upload it to your mainframe then send it to HST 480. Please do NOT send binary files or encoded Macintosh files.

Contributions to the list should pertain to the discussion of course materials and related issues.

Messages should always carry a brief, specific, descriptive subject line.

For help in using HST480, please contact Mark Kornbluh at Mark@mail.matrix.msu.edu