Guest Editor
Martin A. Siegel

Associate Editor
Michael Shermis

Tish Zapata

Editorial Assistant
Alicia Crabtree

Advisory Board

Eileen Bender
Special Assistant
Office of the Chancellor's
IU South Bend

John Goodheart
Professor of Fine Arts
School of Fine Arts
IU Bloomington

Anne Kibbler
Managing Editor
The College
IU Bloomington

Tim Londergan
Professor of Physics and Chairperson
Department of Physics
IU Bloomington

Henry H. H. Remak
Professor Emeritus of Germanic Studies, Comparative Literature, and West European Studies
IU Bloomington

Dave Rust
Director of Radio and Television
Office for Public Affairs and Governmental Relations
IU Bloomington

Cleve Wilhoit Professor of Journalism
School of Journalism
IU Bloomington

Published by the Office of Research and the University Graduate School
George E. Walker
Vice President for Research and Dean of the Graduate School

About the Contributors

Jean Freedman received her Ph.D. in folklore from Indiana University. She is an assistant professor of humanities at Truman State University in Kirskville, Missouri, and she conducts research on the culture of London during World War II.

Heather Shupp is a writer and editor in the Indiana University Office of Publications. She is the copyeditor for Research & Creative Activity.

Susan Moke is a doctoral candidate in the English department at Indiana University Bloomington. She is editor of the Majority Report, a publication of Indiana University's Office for Women's Affairs, and a writer for the Center for Reading and Language Studies. She also teaches in the Division of Extended Studies.

Mary Hrovat works for the Indiana University Libraries and does freelance writing, mostly about science. She holds a bachelor's degree from Indiana University in astrophysics and has completed course work in the School of Library and Information Science.

Amy C. Yan studies biochemistry at Indiana University Bloomington. She plans to study pathology and infectious diseases as a graduate student and currently works with plant/pathogen ineractions in a biology laboratory.

Elizabeth Haydel is a graduate of Stanford University with a degree in American studies. She has worked as the project coordinator for the Center for Reading and Language Studies and is currently an academic adviser for the University Division at Indiana University Bloomington.