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System upgrade and new interface


Dear Folklorica readers.

We are upgrading to a new version of the Open Journal System (OJS 3). As a result the look and feel of Folklorica online will change. Beginning September 19, there may be some times during the upgrade when the site will be slow or unavailable. The upgrade process will finish on Sept 20, and the new version will go live on September 20 at noon. Thanks for your patience and understanding.

Jon Giullian, Online Content Manager

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