Volume XXIII Number 1 April 2000
Lauren J. Bryant
David J. Smith
Special Assistant to the Vice President
and Chief Financial Officer
Professor of Physics
Department of Physics
Associate Professor of Fine Arts
Henry Radford Hope School of Fine Arts
Professor Emeritus of Germanic
Studies, Comparative Literature,
and West European Studies
Projects Process Manager
Associate Director of University-wide Marketing,
Office of Communications and Marketing
Professor of Journalism
School of Journalism
Published by the Office of Research and the University Graduate School
George E. Walker
Vice President for Research
and Dean of the Graduate School
Rosemary Lloyd is the Rudy Professor of French and Italian at Indiana University Bloomington. She was a member of the French department at Cambridge University in England for twelve years before coming to IU in 1990. She has published extensively on nineteenth- and twentieth-century French literature, and her book entitled Mallarmé: The Poet and His Circle has been published by Cornell University Press.
William Orem is a freelance writer who recently completed a Ph.D. on the works of James Joyce. He writes for National Public Radios A Moment of Science, heard in Bloomington on WFIU, and his first novel is Zombi, You My Love.
Nick Riddle has an M.A. in film studies from the University of East Anglia in the U.K. He has written for BBC Radio and Waterstones Magazine. In 1994 he edited and published the anthology Outremer: Jaufre Rudel and Melisande of TripoliA Legend of the Crusades. He is a writer for the Indiana University Foundation and a weekly contributor to the Bloomington Independent.
Kathleen Mills is a graduate student in education at Indiana University and a freelance writer who has written for the Indianapolis Star, Indianapolis Monthly, and The New York Times.
William Rozycki received a Ph.D. in Central Asian studies from Indiana University and now teaches writing at Indiana UniversityPurdue University Indianapolis.
Judi Hetrick, a visiting assistant professor at the School of Journalism, recently received her Ph.D. in folklore from Indiana University.
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