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Dear H-AfrArts Subscribers, As you may have heard H-Net is in the process of moving to our H-Net Commons, which is the new platform for H-Net Networks, built on the modular Drupal content management system. You should have received a previous e-mail explaining what the H-Net Commons is and why we are transitioning. If you would like more information about the H-Net Commons go to: http://networks.h-net.org/node/905/pages/1427/h-net-commons-transition-faq. We will be migrating H-AfrArts to the new site within the next week, starting Tuesday 4th March. If you remain subscribed to this listserv, your subscribed address will be automatically transferred to a new, free account at the H-Net Commons and subscribed to this network at that location. A system e-mail directed to your subscribed address will explain how to log in to the new H-Net Commons and how to access H-AfrArts. Once this transition has occurred the address firstname.lastname@example.org will no longer accept mail. The LISTSERVarchives of H-AfrArts will remain accessible for search purposes. Your new account will be set to send you new H-AfrArts discussion posts via email. You can adjust these settings once you have logged in to your account. If you do not want to remain subscribed to H-AfrArts or you want to join the network at its new home with a new email address, please unsubscribe from the listserv within the next few days. You can visit our subscription center to do this, or contact us at email@example.com. Please provide the subscribed email address so that we can locate your record. After the list's subscribers have been moved, any new subscribers can join by creating an account and requesting a subscription at the site. For information about using the Commons, visit our Help Desk, http://networks.h-net.org/help-desk. May I take this opportunity to invite subscribers to put themselves forward and join our team of editors and advisory committee. H-AfrArts is a free service for scholarly communication: all editors are working honorary and without any remuneration. In order to maintain and further develop the AfrArts website, we require the support from the members of the network. More info on how to become an editor can be found here http://www.h-net.org/lists/nominations/ On behalf of my colleagues Jean Borgatti and David Riep, we are very excited about this transition and look forward to seeing you on the H-Net Commons! Best wishes, Helena -- Helena Cantone List Editor, H-AfrArts MPhil SOAS, University of London --