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KRONOS Vol VI, No. 1

Contributors

John Dayton; Mr. Dayton studied archaeology at the Institute of Archaeology, London, under Professor Seton Lloyd and Henry Hodges. After an earlier career as a civil engineer, involved with some of the world's major construction and mining projects, Mr. Dayton was co-leader of the first archaeological survey of the Hejaz. He has published in such prestigious journals as Antiquity, Berytus, and World Archaeology, among others.

Geoffrey Gammon (B.A. - Hons. London Univ.); Mr. Gammon is an historian who is currently studying for a Diploma in Archaeology at the Institute of Archaeology, London University. He is also an Editorial Associate of the SIS Review to which he has contributed many scholarly articles. Lewis M. Greenberg (M.A., A.B.D., Univ. of Pa.); Professor of Art History at the Moore College of Art, Philadelphia. Prof. Greenberg is the co-author of An Introduction to Ancient Art and Architecture and has been an Associate Editor of the journal Pensee to which he contributed several articles. He has also published in Science, Biblical Archaeology Review, Astronomy, and SIS Review.

Richard J. Jaarsma (Ph.D., Rutgers Univ.); Professor of English at the William Paterson College of New Jersey. His previous publications include essays on Shakespeare, Oliver Goldsmith, and T. S. Eliot in such journals as Literature and Psychology, Studies in Short Fiction, Texas Studies in Literature and Language, Notes and Queries, and Tennessee Studies in Literature. He is presently working on a book on Shakespeare.

Peter J. James (B.A. - Hons. - Birmingham Univ.); Mr. James is a graduate in ancient history and archaeology and a specialist in Mesopotamian Studies. He is also an Assistant Editor of SIS Review to which he has contributed numerous scholarly articles.

Shane H. Mage (Ph.D., Columbia Univ.); Dr. Mage is an economist currently residing in New York City, and is the author of the pamphlet Velikovsky and his Critics - A Scientist's Objective Review of the Debate about the Cataclysmic History of our Solar System (1978). His dissertation titled The "Law of the Falling Tendency of the Rate of Profit" - Its Place in the Marxian Theoretical System and Relevance to the U.S. Economy 1900-1960 has been widely cited as a major contribution to the critique of Marxian Political Economy.

William Mullen (Ph.D., Univ. of Texas at Austin); Dr. Mullen is presently Tutor in Interdisciplinary Studies at St. Johns College, Annapolis. He has been a Hodder Fellow, a Fellow of the Harvard Center for Hellenic Studies (1977-78), and an Associate Editor of Pensee, contributing scholarly articles to that journal, Velikovsky Reconsidered, and Velikovsky & Cultural Amnesia.

Edward L. Odenwald, III (M.A., New York Univ.); Mr. Odenwald teaches English literature at Glen Rock High School in Glen Rock, New Jersey. He has done post-graduate work with Prof. Richard J. Jaarsma.

Richard A. Parker (Ph.D., Univ. of Chicago); Dr. Parker is one of the foremost living Egyptologists and a major authority on ancient Egyptian calendars and astronomical texts. He is currently Professor Emeritus of Brown University where he last held the position of Wilbour Professor of Egyptology. Among his many scholarly publications (see Who's Who in America) Prof. Parker is perhaps best known for The Calendars of Ancient Egypt.

Lynn E. Rose (Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania); Dr. Rose is Professor of Philosophy at the State University of New York at Buffalo. In addition to his graduate work in ancient philosophy, his baccalaureate major was in ancient history and classical languages. He is the author of a book on Aristotle's Syllogistic and of a variety of articles in philosophical journals. His interests include the history and the philosophy of science, especially astronomy. Much of his Velikovsky-related work has appeared in Pensee and KRONOS. Dr. Rose is a member of the editorial board of Philosophy and Phenomenological Research and is on the board of directors of Cosmos and Chronos.

Jan N. Sammer (B.A. Sir George Williams Univ., Montreal); Mr. Sammer was Dr. Velikovsky's research assistant from 1976 to 1978 and is presently helping Mrs. Velikovsky and Prof. Lynn Rose to prepare, for print, Velikovsky's unpublished work. His particular expertise lies in the fields of ancient history and mythology.

Irving Wolfe (Ph.D., Univ. of Bristol, England); Dr. Wolfe is presently Associate Professor of English, Department des Etudes Anglaises, Universite de Montreal. His book Shakespeare and Velikovsky: Collective Memory and the Springs of Art is expected to be published in the near future in Canada and England. Prof. Wolfe has also published in the SIS Review.

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