As of February 4th we have 277 members which includes 28 Programs and Organizations (formerly known as Institutions) representing 59 of those members. Please note that there are many ways to join and support PJSA as members, including as various types of group program/organizational members. See https://www.peacejusticestudies.org/membership/ for all possible options.
The transition to the new members-only listserv has gone well, having just a few minor bumps along the way. Thank you all for your patience and support as we made the transition.
We wanted to send you a few updates, things discovered, and reminders.
If you have any problems posting to the list, please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We are tracking these difficulties. If we see patterns it will help us if/when we need to talk with our webhosts.
We have identified several common problems:
If your post is not showing up, then the cause may be: a) The email used for sending the message is not the email subscribed to the list. b) The spam and/or security filter used by your provider does not allow emails with your name to come back through your email system. Your message may have posted and you just did not get a copy. You may need to contact your provider and add the listserv and your email to your “whitelist.” c) Your membership has expired. d) You have posted your message to the old list.
If your post is being held for moderation, then the cause might be: a) The message is being sent from an address that is not subscribed to the list. b) The message contains a file that has been flagged as a security threat. c) The size of the file is very large. d) You bcc’d the list rather than putting the address into the “To” line. We have tried to reduce moderation as much as possible. We will continue to tweak things as we go along.
Just a couple of reminders: 1) Remember the email for the list is email@example.com. 2) If you would like to change your email or switch to digest post, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you all for your continued witness and work. And thank you for your support of PJSA.
In solidarity and struggle,
Dean Johnson (membership chair) and Jeremy Rinker (institutional liaison)