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  Contributors' Notes

Larissa Brown was born in Boston but lived in seven foreign countries and eight U.S. states before returning to live in Cambridge. She is an urban planner in Salem, MA.

John Caiazza is an administrator at the Tufts Financial Aid Office and occasional contributor to journals and book reviews.

Mairym Cruz-Bernal lives in San Juan, Puerto Rico. She has just completed a manuscript of poems titled On Her Face The Light of the Moon and her translations of the Cuban poet Maria Elena Cruz-Varela are forthcoming in the fall of 1995 from the Ecco Press. Mairym Cruz-Bernal is a graduate of the Vermont College Program in Writing.

Johan Degenaar is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Stellenbosch in South Africa.

Deborah Digges' third book of poems, Rough Music is forthcoming from Knopf. Her first book, Vesper Sparrows will be reissued late this year by Carnegie Mellon. Digges is Associate Professor of English at Tufts University.

Michael Greenberg is a free-lance writer who lives in New York. His fiction has appeared in many magazines, and he is currently completing a novel.

Brenda Hillman is the author of four collections of poetry all published by Weslyan University Press; she teaches at St. Mary's College in Managa, California.

Marie Howe is author of The Good Thief and co-editor, with Michael Klein, of the forthcoming In the Company of My Solitude (Persea, 1995). She teaches at Sarah Lawrence College.

Chester A. Janiak is a former teacher of political science, and is now a partner in the Boston law firm of Burns & Levinson.

Norman Kelman, M.D. is Training and Supervising Psychoanalyst at the American Institute of Psychoanalysis in New York, NY.

Robert Mallary teaches sculpture and computer graphics at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Stephen Nathanson is a professor of Philosophy at Northeastern University and the author of Patriotism, Morality & Peace (Rowan and Littlefield, 1993).

Philip L. Quinn is John A. O'Brien Professor of Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame and is currently serving as President of the Central Division of the American Philosophical Association.

Peter Quinones' stories have appeared in The Critic, Faultlines, and Lacunae. His most recent novel is Rapture of the Flat (Aegina,1993).

Mildred F. Reel worked as a chiropractic assistant for many years, retiring at seventy-one. Now seventy-six, she is a great grandmother and spends her days discovering new joys for living and taking special pleasure in family and friends.

Jane Roland-Martin is Professor of Philosophy, Emerita, at the University of Massachusetts, Boston, and the author, most recently, of Changing the Educational Landscape (Routledge, 1994).

Rosemary Ruether is the Georgia Harkness professor of applied Theology at Garrett Theological Seminary and Northwestern University in Evanstown, IL and the author of numerous books and articles on religion and social justice.

Alan A. Stone is a psychoanalyst who teaches Law and Psychology and Law and Medicine at Harvard Law School.

Wendy Smith is the author of Real Life Drama: The Group Theatre And America, 1931-1940.

Thomas Swiss' collection of poems, Measure, was published by the University of Alabama Press. His criticism and poems have appeared in The New York Times Book Review, New England Review, American Scholar, andVirginia Quarterly Review.

David Thorburn is Professor of Literature and Director of the Cultural Studies Project at MIT, and author of Conrad's Romanticism.His article is adapted from an essay that will appear in the book Secret Agents (Routledge, 1995).

Leonard Waks has published widely on civic education in technological society. His book Technology's School: The Challenge to Philosophy will appear in March 1995.

Jim Wallis is the founding editor of Sojourners magazine. Author of The Call to Conversion and Agenda for a Biblical People, he has helped mobilize the religious community to address issues of racism, economic justice, disarmament, and peace making among inner-city gangs.His essay is adapted from his most recent book, The Soul of Politics (New Press, 1994).

Joshua Weiner's poems and essays have appeared in Best American Poetry, Threepenny Review, AGNI, The Nation, American Scholar, and other journals.

Paul J. Weithman is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame.

Bernard Yack is Professor of Political Science at University of Wisconsin, Madison, and author of The Longing for Total Revolution and The Problems of A Political Arrival.



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