this newsletter, which I combine with best wishes for the upcoming festival season, reports on the activities of CISH and its Board in 2023. This year followed the successful congress in Poznán, and the decision to hold the next congress in Jerusalem in 2026, exactly 100 years after the founding of CISH. In this newsletter, we document the Board’s announcements, which can also be found on the website, and hope that they will reach as many individual members of the National Committees and affi liate organizations as possible with the help of the newsletter. The online Board Meeting on January 15, 2023 took a look back at the Congress in Poznán, which took place in August 2022 after being postponed several times due to the coronavirus pandemic, and a look ahead to the General Assembly, which is planned for August 2025 in Tokyo. The Treasurer, Sasha Zala, reported on the state of fi nances, which are stable despite the pandemic crisis, even if payment morale appears to be in need of improvement. Efforts to recruit new member organizations were successful. For example, the Royal Historical Society has expressed its intention to return to the CISH. The consequences of the Russian attack on Ukraine were discussed intensively. New proposals for rather thematic affi liate organizations have been submitted, for example on digital humanities, the history of political thought, and by the Indian Association for Global Studies, and the Board will present them to the next General Assembly.
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