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2023 Spring and Summer Edits

Journal of 8 Articles, Korean Division, Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced Diplomacy and International Affairs (SAIS)

How Come When It’s Thunderin’ You Can’t See The Moon, Memoir, Faculty at the New School for Social Research

Aqueous Visions: Water and Buddhist Art in Medieval China, Assistant Professor, Boston University

The Great Reform Act of 1832: A Political-Economy Analysis of Democratization, Faculty, University of Cambridge and Jesus College

Leaping Pages of Decolonization: North Africa in the Global Sixties and Seventies, Assistant Professor, Trinity College in Dublin

Does My Voice Count?”: The Reconfiguration of Myth and Gender in Monique Roffey’s The Mermaid of Black Conch,” Professor, California State University and Santa Monica College

Child Rights, Legal Theory and Social Advocacy, Faculty, Leeds Law School; forthcoming from Cambridge University Press

Memes, Monsters, and the Digital Grotesque, professor, Queen Mary University of London; forthcoming from Cambridge University Press

“Combining Reaction-Time Distributions to Conserve Shape,” faculty, University of Pennsylvania, department of Psychology

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Edits from Boston

Seeing Beatrice: Transfiguration of Eros and The Birth of Compassion in Dante’s Commedia, Boston University

The Meaning of Freedom in Kashmir: c.1200 to 1900 History, Tufts University, Department of History

The Record, Alumni Magazine, Boston University School of Law

Image and Polity in Rousseau’s Lévite d’Ephraïm, Suffolk University

Including Girls: System-Level Juvenile Justice Reforms to Meet Girls’ Developmental Needs, Juvenile Rights Advocacy Project, Boston College School of Law

Adaptive Boosting for Automatic Speech Recognition, Northeastern University, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

Sonny’s Place, written by Sean Danehy and edited by Dr. Harte Weiner of CambridgeEditors. It was released on June 1, 2023, and is now available for purchase.


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