Contributors

 

Victor Worsfold is Associate Professor of Ethics at the University of Texas at Dallas and serves as Director, Teaching Quality Enhancement Program. He received his Ph.D. from Harvard. Currently, he is working on the book Moral Decency, and has articles forthcoming in Educational Theory ("Teaching Democracy Democratically") and Perspectives ("Billy Bud's Professional Ethics in Theory and Practice").

John Williams is graduate student at the University of Texas at Dallas.

Frederick Turner is Founders Professor of Arts and Humanities at the University of Texas at Dallas, was educated at Oxford University. A poet, essayist, translator, cultural critic and former editor of The Kenyon Review, his most recent books are April Wind (University Press of Virginia), Foamy Sky: The Major Poems of Miklos Radnoti (translations, with Zsuzsanna Ozsvath: Princeton University Press) and The Culture of Hope (The Free Press).

Jim Perkinson is a professor of Historical Theology at the University of Detroit.

Lantz Miller conducted graduate work at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is Editor of Veterinary Forum.

Carl Lombardi is a graduate student at the University of Texas at Dallas, as well as a performance artist and poet.

J.L. Hinman is the founder of Negations, President of the Institute's Board, and a doctoral student at the University of Texas at Dallas in History of Ideas.

Ray Hinman studied Anthropology and Philosophy at the University of North Texas and the University of Texas at Arlington. He was a political activist in the Central America solidarity movement. His poetry has been published in Real Arts and Letters, The Amoeba, Wellspring and Balcones Review.

William Gibson specializes in Ecological Sociology ...

John S.K. Climacus has a Masters degree in Theology from Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University and has devoted his life to studying French.

John Abermeit is a graduate student in the Department of History in the University of California at Berkeley.