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Please Support H-Net and Our Networks on #GivingTuesdayNow

Dear Subscribers,

H-Net is taking part in #GivingTuesdayNow, a global day of giving and unity in response to the unprecedented need caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Today, we invite you to connect, share resources, and donate if possible to strengthen our online scholarly community during this challenging time.

There are many ways to participate:

Changes to H-Net Services due to COVID-19

Dear H-Net Subscribers,

For over a week now, the H-Net Home Office has been running remotely for all services other than the H-Net Reviews program. Until today we have managed to process and mail our book inventory with a small, voluntary, rotating staff of three. We took the utmost precautions providing them with sanitized working spaces, latex gloves and loads of Purell.

Two New Resources for Scholars Affected by the Coronavirus

Dear H-Net Subscribers,

The far-reaching effects of social distancing and other measures designed to flatten the curve of the spread of COVID-19 have left many of us scrambling to create online teacing materials or robbed of opportunities to share our work with our peers at conferences. To help on both fronts, H-Net has created two new repositories:

H-Net Home Office Holiday Announcement

Happy Holidays from all of us at H-Net!

The H-Net Home office will be closed for the holidays December 23rd to December 27. We will also be closed December 31 and January 1 for the New Year's holiday. The two primary services affected will be the Help Desk and H-Announce which will be on hiatus over the holiday.

#GivingTuesday - Please Consider Supporting H-Net

Dear H-Net Subscribers,

As you know, H-Net is an independent, non-profit scholarly association that offers an open academic space for scholars, teachers, advanced students and related professionals. Our vision is to see the humanities and social sciences transformed by the immense potential of digital technologies and oriented around moderated intellectual exchange, collaborative production, and the open dissemination of knowledge.

H-Net's new peer-reviewed Journal of Festive Studies from H-Celebration, part of new H-Net Journals service

Dear H-Net Subscribers:

H-Net is proud to announce the launch of the new open access, peer-reviewed Journal of Festive Studies from H-Celebration. JFS is the inaugural journal published under the banner of H-Net Journals, a new service that facilitates the publication of open access, peer-reviewed content on H-Net.

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