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Volume XXII Number 2 September 1999


Guest Editor
Michael A. McRobbie
Associate Editor
Michael Shermis
David J. Smith
Judi Hetrick
Tyagan Miller
Editorial Assistant
Alicia Crabtree

Advisory Board

Eileen Bender
University Director, FACET
Professor of English
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
Anne Kibbler
Managing Editor
The College
College of Arts and Sciences
IU Bloomington

Tim Londergan
Professor of Physics
Department of Physics
IU Bloomington
James W. Reidhaar
Associate Professor of Fine Arts
Henry Radford Hope School of Fine
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

Michael A. McRobbie is the vice president for information technology and chief information officer at Indiana University. He is also a professor of computer science, philosophy, and computer technology at Indiana University.

Scott Burns Kahler, who has an M.A. in comparative literature from Indiana University, now works as a communications specialist for University Information Technology Services at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis.

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

Jan Holloway holds an M.A. in English literature from Indiana University. She is manager of the Communications and Planning Office at University Information Technology Services, IU Bloomington.

Malinda Lingwall received a B.S. in Business at the Kelley School of Business, Indiana University. She is a communications specialist in the IUB Communications and Planning Officeat UITS, IUB.

William Orem is a freelance writer who recently completed a Ph.D. on the works of James Joyce. He writes for National Public Radio's A Moment of Science, heard in Bloomington on WFIU, and his first novel, Zombi, You My Love, has been in bookstores since April.

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

Mary Hrovat is working on a master's degree in instructional systems technology in the IU School of Education and does freelance writing and editing. She holds a bachelor's degree from Indiana University in astrophysics.

Nick Riddle has an M.A. in film studies from the University of East Anglia in the

UK. He has written for BBC Radio and Waterstone's Magazine. He is a writer for the Indiana University Foundation and a weekly contributor to the Bloomington Independent.

Susan Moke, who received her Ph.D. in English from Indiana University, is a writer for IU President Myles Brand.

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