Famine historiography pioneer and coeditor
Christine Kinealy launches the volume with a captivating testament to Cecil Woodham-Smith and her 1962 history The Great Hunger.
Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University, has stepped down as a coeditor
of the Journal, a position he has held since 2007.
Foremost among them is the departure of coeditor
He was a founding editor of Genome Research in 1995, served as a coeditor
of Genome Analysis: A Laboratory Manual, and, since 2005, has been coeditor
of the Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics.
Therefore, to be more faithful to the coeditor
's conceptual and historical analysis, it may be much more helpful, especially given the socio-political context of the current Israeli-Palestinian conflict especially going back to the mid-twentieth century (if not earlier), to introduce a fourth type of its own to the three-fold typological model, i.e., that of "semitic anti-semitism." While the latter is significantly present and discussed at length as a possibility in the coeditors
' introduction, it is for some reason lacking in the overt typological modeling.
Fortunately for Adam, he has his intrepid coeditor
Jennifer as an ally.
CHRISTOPH COX IS PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY AT HAMPSHIRE COLLEGE AND COEDITOR
OF AUDIO CULTURE: READINGS IN MODERN MUSIC (CONTINUUM, 2004).
We asked bisexual Pete Chvany, coeditor
of the book Bi Men: Coming Out Every Which Way, to help us dispel some.
A moving story about coming of age from Marilyn Sachs, author of more than thirty-five award-winning books and coeditor
of the acclaimed "The Big Book for Peace".
Lucier is the former director of the NIEHS's Environmental Toxicology Program, head of a research group on molecular epidemiology and dosimetry, and coeditor
examines the manuscript, making several decisions.