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A message from Tsehai Publishers: I am writing with two very exciting announcements about TSEHAI Publishers' scholarly journals. *The latest issue of /The International Journal of Ethiopian Studies (IJES)/ is now available, *and it marks a very special milestone: our 10th year of publication. Since 2003, /IJES /has featured scholarly articles, research notes, book reviews, and other documents on political, economic, social and cultural affairs in Ethiopian society and the Diaspora. Published semiannually and available on JSTOR, the journal serves as an open forum for intellectual exchange. The latest "double issue," Volume VII: No. 1 & 2 <http://store.tsehaipublishers.com/product_info.php?products_id=122>, has just been released. It includes essays on Ethiopia and the Pan-African Movement, Oromo aphorism and emancipation, legal and historic issues surrounding the Nile River, and politics and religion in Haile Selassie's Ethiopia. Please visit the TSEHAI Publishers website at these links to subscribe to /IJES/ <http://store.tsehaipublishers.com/information.php?info_id=23> or to purchase an individual copy <http://store.tsehaipublishers.com/index.php?cPath=23_41>. To celebrate /IJES/' 10th anniversary, TSEHAI is also offering a commemorative collection of all previous issues for a special discounted price. If you would like to order your collection, please reply to this email. We are also pleased to announce that *TSEHAI Publishers is launching a second scholarly, peer-reviewed journal: **/The Ethiopian Journal of Religious Studies (EJRS)/* <https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B1Ly_Doty5_-WE5HQ3lFUnJORlk/preview>*. *Devoted solely to religious issues in Ethiopia and the Diaspora, EJRS will promote the studies of religious groups and beliefs among the people of Ethiopia, past and present, with an emphasis on the current changing landscape at home and in the world. The inaugural issue will be published in the fall of 2014. In the upcoming months, we will be calling for submissions <http://goo.gl/mhNioc> of scholarly articles, essays, and opinions as well as review articles and book reviews. On behalf of TSEHAI Publishers, thank you for your support for our scholarly journals. We wish you and your family a beautiful holiday season. Sincerely, Darcey Whitmore Submissions Coordinator, TSEHAI Publishers /International Journal of Ethiopian Studies/ /Ethiopian Journal of Religious Studies/ www.tsehaipublishers.com <http://www.tsehaipublishers.com> --