Indiana University      Research & Creative Activity      January 1999 Volume XXI Number 3

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Staff

Guest Editor
York Bradshaw

Associate Editor
Michael Shermis

Designer
David J. Smith

Copyeditor
Judi Hetrick

Photographer
Tyagan Miller

Editorial Assistant
Alicia Crabtree


Advisory Board

Eileen Bender
University Director, FACET
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

James W. Reidhaar
Associate 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

York W. Bradshaw is director of African studies and professor of sociology at IU Bloomington. He has published widely on issues related to urbanization, quality of life, and education in Southern and Eastern Africa, where he has conducted extensive research. He has also taught at a number of universities in Africa. He is currently co editor of Africa Today, one of the nation's leading journals on Africa.

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 MBA School at the Kelley School of Business.

Deborah Galyan is a fiction writer and occasional freelance writer living in Bloomington, Indiana.

William Christopher Orem is a freelance writer who is completing his Ph.D. this year on the works of James Joyce. His first novel, Zombi, You My Love, came out in October 1997.

Lucianne Englert is the marketing/public relations manager for The Johnson Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation at Indiana University, part of the Kelley School of Business. She also runs a freelance writing and marketing consulting business, Englert Marketing Communication (E=mc2).

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

Michael Wilkerson works as coordinator of academic affairs in the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs and Bloomington Chancellor. He writes fiction and essays and has been the executive director of two artists' colonies.

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