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Dear Colleagues, We are delighted to announce that we have just launched a new online peer-reviewed journal that is dedicated to the field of Middle East migration studies. Here is the URL: http://go.ncsu.edu/Mashriq Mashriq & Mahjar is a bi-annual electronic publication devoted to disseminating original research on migration from, to, and within the region now commonly known as the 'Middle East.' Its primary focus is on the Eastern Mediterranean. However, its scope also extends to Iran, Turkey, Greece and the Balkans, Egypt, and the Arabian Peninsula, and to all parts of the world affected by Middle Eastern migration, from the Americas and Africa to Australia and South-East Asia. The journal welcomes submissions on all aspects of human movement and the circulation of ideas, cultural artifacts, and commodities, from the disciplinary perspectives of history, anthropology, economics, political science, sociology, art history, literary studies, and comparative religion. Each issue contains double-blind peer-reviewed articles and detailed reviews of relevant publications. We hope that you will take time to peruse the first issue, that you will let others know about the journal, and most importantly that you will consider submitting your work for consideration for publication in future issues of the journal. Warmest regards, Akram Khater, Andrew Arsan and John Tofik Karam (editors) New Online Journal: http://go.ncsu.edu/Mashriq Akram Khater, Ph.D. Professor of History Director, Khayrallah Program for Lebanese-American Studies (http://lac.chass.ncsu.edu) Tel: 919-513-2218 "Akram Khater" <firstname.lastname@example.org>