Indiana University Research & Creative Activity April 1998 Volume XXI Number 1

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Guest Editor
William Jackson

Associate Editor
Michael Shermis

David J. Smith

Judi Hetrick

Editorial Assistant
Alicia Crabtree

Advisory Board

Eileen Bender
Special Assistant
Office of the Chancellor
IU South Bend

Lauren Bryant
Managing Editor
Indiana Alumni Magazine
Indiana University Alumni Association
IU Bloomington

T. Michael Ford
Special Assistant to the Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
University Administration
IU Bloomington

John Goodheart

Professor of Fine Arts
Henry Radford Hope School of Fine Arts
IU Bloomington

Anne Kibbler
Managing Editor
The College
College of Arts and Sciences
IU Bloomington

Tim Londergan
Professor of Physics
Department of Physics
IU Bloomington

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

Cleve Wilhoit
Professor 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

William J. Jackson teaches courses in comparative religion in the Department of Religious Studies, IUPUI. He researches the lives and lyrics of South Indian singer saints, about which he has extensively published. He has a passion for fractal geometry and the implications of dynamical systems theory for the humanities. He received his Ph.D. in comparative religion from Harvard University in 1984.

Judi Hetrick is a doctoral candidate in folklore at Indiana University Bloomington. She also works as a writer and editor.

Eric R. Pfeffinger is a playwright and cartoonist who lives in Bloomington. He received master's degrees in English and library science from Indiana University and works for the IU Office of Student Financial Assistance.

Leigh Hedger is a public relations writer at Hirons & Company in Bloomington, Indiana, and a photographer for the Indiana University Afro-American Arts Institute.

Luci Englert is the marketing/public relations manager for the Indiana University Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, part of the School of Business. She also runs a free-lance writing and marketing consulting business, Englert Marketing Communication (E=mc2).

William Rozycki received a Ph.D. in Central Eurasian studies from Indiana University and now teaches writing at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis.

Jayne Spencer is the editor of Home Pages, the Indiana University newspaper.

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