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Jonathan Earle

Jonathan Earle (PhD, Princeton University) is Associate Professor of History at the University of Kansas. In 2005, the History News Network named Earle a Top Young Historian . His book Jacksonian Anti-Slavery and the Politics of Free Soil, 1824–1854 won the James A. Broussard Best First Book Award from the Society for Historians of the Early American Republic. He is currently working on a history of the 1860 Presidential election for Oxford University Press.  Earle has also authored many scholarly articles and book chapters on abolitionism, the history of the early republic, and John Brown. He has received fellowships from the NEH and the American Council of Learned Societies.


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Lisa Ede

Lisa Ede is professor of English at Oregon State University, where she has taught since 1980. She has published a number of books and articles collaboratively with Andrea A. Lunsford, including Singular Texts/Plural Authors: Perspectives on Collaborative Writing and Audience Addressed/Audience Invoked: The Role of Audience in Composition Theory and Pedagogy, which won the CCCC’s Braddock Award in 1985. Ede is also a recipient of the prestigious Shaughnessy Award. Among her other publications are Situating Composition: Composition Studies and the Politics of Location, and Essays on Classical Rhetoric and Modern Discourse (with Andrea A. Lunsford and Robert J. Connors). In addition, for Bedford/St. Martin’s, Ede is the editor of On Writing Research: The Braddock Essays, 1975-1998, and editor, with Andrea Lunsford, of Selected Essays of Robert J. Connors.


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Rebecca Edwards

Rebecca Edwards is Eloise Ellery Professor of History at Vassar College, where she teaches courses on the Civil War era, the West, environmental history, and the history of women and gender roles. She is the author of, among other publications, Angels in the Machinery: Gender in American Party Politics from the Civil War to the Progressive Era; New Spirits: Americans in the "Gilded Age," 1865-1905; and the essay "Women's and Gender History" in The New American History. She is currently researching the connections between westward expansion, high frontier fertility, and nineteenth-century political ideologies.


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Eric M. Eisenberg

Eric M. Eisenberg is Professor of Communication and Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of South Florida. Eisenberg twice received the National Communication Association award for the outstanding research publication in organizational communication, as well as the Burlington Foundation award for excellence in teaching. Eisenberg is the author of over seventy-five articles, chapters, and books on the subjects of organizational communication and communication theory. He is an internationally recognized researcher, teacher, and consultant specializing in the strategic use of communication to promote positive organizational change. He has worked closely with executives and employees from organizations across a wide variety of industries, including Starwood Hotels and Resorts, State Farm Insurance, and Baystate Health.


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Matthew J. Ellington

Matthew J. Ellington has taught at Ruben S. Ayala Senior High School in California since 1999 where he chairs the Social Science department and spearheads the school’s AP® U.S. History program. He has served as an AP consultant, workshop leader, and exam reader and has presented at over 30 AP® U.S. History summer institutes.


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Olaudah Equiano

Olaudah Equiano contributed to The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano from Palgrave Macmillan.


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Randal M. Ernst

Randy Ernst has taught psychology at Lincoln Public Schools and Nebraska Wesleyan University.  He is a co-author of the National Standards for the Teaching of High School Psychology, co-editor of the APA's Activities Handbook for the Teaching of Psychology (Vol. IV), and author of the College Board's Teacher's Guide for Advanced Placement Psychology.  Randy has chaired the Teachers of Psychology in Secondary Schools (TOPSS) Executive Board, served on the College Board's AP Psychology Test Development Committee, and has been a Table Leader, Question Leader, and Exam Leader at the annual Advanced Placement Psychology Reading.  He has authored or co-authored several TOPSS unit plans, and has worked to infuse Positive Psychology across the K-12 curriculum.  Randy has provided in-service on the teaching of psychology to teachers around the United States and Canada, and is an international psychology consultant for the College Board.  Honors include Nebraska's 2006 Social Studies Educator of the Year award, the NAACP's (Nebraska Chapter) 2004 Service to Children award, and Time-Warner's "Crystal Apple" National Teacher award.  Both the American Psychological Association and the University of Nebraska have recognized Randy for excellence in teaching.


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Theodore Erski

Ted Erski is an instructor of earth science, geography and energy studies at McHenry County College in Crystal Lake, Illinois. With over twenty years of teaching experience, he remains committed to fostering a challenging yet caring environment where students are encouraged to become motivated self-learners, independent thinkers, and responsible citizens. His work in science education is a natural fit in this respect, because science demands logic, clarity of thought, and rigorous thinking. Ted recently completed building and teaching a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) titled Fundamentals of Energy Resources, and he is currently building two additional MOOCs. When asked why, he replies that providing free, quality instruction to anyone in the world is his service commitment to our global community. In addition to his academic work, Ted serves as advisor to the Down to Earth student organization and is an active member of the Distance Education Team at McHenry County College.


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Paul Eschholz

Paul Eschholz and Alfred Rosa are professors emeriti of English at the University of Vermont. They have directed statewide writing programs and conducted numerous workshops throughout the country on writing and the teaching of writing.  Eschholz and Rosa have collaborated on a number of best-selling texts for Bedford/St. Martin's, including Subject & Strategy, Eleventh Edition (2008); Outlooks and Insights: A Reader for College Writers, Fourth Edition (1995); with Virginia Clark, Language Awareness, Tenth Edition (2009); and, with Virginia Clark and Beth Simon, Language: Readings in Language and Culture, Seventh Edition (2007).


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Benny Evans

Benny Evans received his Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of Michigan. He is currently Professor of Mathematics at Oklahoma State University, where he has served as undergraduate director, associate head, and department head. He has held visiting appointments at the Institute for Advanced Study, Rice University, and Texas A&M. His research interests are topology and mathematics education.


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Kathryn Evans

Kathryn Evans (PhD, University of Illinois) is the director of the writing center and an associate professor of English at Bridgewater State University, where she teaches writing and writing pedagogy. A former writing program administrator, she has led numerous workshops on the teaching of writing. Her research focuses on refining key practices in writing instruction, exploring the role of silence in oral response and miscommunication in written response. This focus has led her to develop Real Questions, which interweaves scaffolded writing instruction and engaging readings.


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