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 (ā′jē), James Rufus 1909-1955.
American writer and critic noted for his collaboration with photographer Walker Evans on Let Us Now Praise Famous Men (1941), a bleak depiction of rural poverty, as well as for his posthumously published novel A Death in the Family (1957).


(əˈdʒiː) or


awry, crooked, or ajar
awry; at an angle
[C19: a-2 + gee1]


(Biography) James. 1909–55, US novelist, poet, and film critic. His works include the autobiographical novel A Death in the Family (1957)


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James, 1909–55, U.S. author and film critic.
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Some things change, and some remain the same--and the AJEE is still here.
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Di Chiro's article remains a philosophical milestone, and its publication in the AJEE generated a productive line of inquiry for many researchers.
I would like to thank Amy Cutter-Mackenzie and the AJEE reviewers for their encouragement and useful comments on that paper and I hope I have done their suggestions justice.
In order to address whether there are distinctive conceptualisations and contextualisations that define the characteristics of Australian environmental education research, we conducted an analysis of articles published in AJEE by Australian authors, for the decade of the 1990s.
We are grateful for comments from Chris Eames on an earlier draft of this paper, and to the two AJEE reviewers who encouraged us to clarify and augment aspects of this paper.