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Dear H-Nationalism Members,

We've been moving our collection of syllabi from an external website to H-Net's new Commons platform (hence the recent series of posts).  I wanted to send a quick email to explain this and mention that we're always interested in adding more syllabi to the database, which is available for free to the rest of academia.  If you have a syllabus that addresses nationalism or related concepts, from whatever angle, please consider sharing it with us as a form of public service. 

Kind Regards,

David Prior