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April 2004

Volume XXIV, No. 2

About the Authors

Zdzislaw Krasnodebski is Professor of Sociology and Director of the Forschungstelle Ostmitteleuropa at the University of Bremen, Germany. He is a frequent contributor to Znak, Rzeczpospolita, and other leading Polish and German periodicals. His numerous books include Max Weber (1999) and Postmodernistyczne rozterki kultury (1996).

Alex Kurczaba is Associate Professor of Polish at the University of Illinois-Chicago and a noted translator of Polish poetry.

Beata Plonka is a politologist at the Jagiellonian University. Her PhD dissertation, completed in 1998, dealt with EU foreign policy toward Central and Eastern Europe, 1989-1994. She is the author of two books and numerous articles in Polish and English periodicals.

Michael Quilty's poems have appeared in such Canadian journals as The Fiddlehead and The Antigonish Review. He attended graduate school at the University of New Brunswick before accepting a job at the IBM.

David Spencer is a civil servant in the U.S. Department of Education and U.S. Treasury Department, as well as a graduate in history of Indiana University.

Mark F. Tattenbaum is in the Ph.D. Program in American Studies at SUNY-Buffalo. In 2002 his movie, "Views From a Gas Mask," took 1st place at the 35th Humboldt International Short Film Festival in the under-five minutes category.

James R. Thompson is Professor of Statistics at Rice University and author of eleven books including Statistical Process Control: the Deming Paradigm and Beyond, 2d edition (New York--London: Chapman & Hall, 2002).

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