This issue's forum, “Listening for History,” organized by Alejandra Bronfman and Christine Ehrick, represents a historic first for HAHR. Follow the links in each piece to listen to the aural artifacts discussed by the forum's participants. Additionally, you are invited to join a conversation about questions raised by the forum at http://hahr-online.com/sound-forum, which features comments from a number of prominent scholars in the fields of Latin American history and sound studies.

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These projects are part of our ongoing effort to expand the journal's digital reach and to open up knowledge production to broader audiences. A number of initiatives have been meant to foster more robust and wide-ranging academic dialogue. For example, we have invited Latin American–based scholars to blog for HAHR's website on matters of interest to our field (http://hahr-online.com/blog-pages/). More modestly, we report regularly on matters...

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