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Byron E. Calame
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Byron E. Calame is a deputy managing editor of The Wall Street Journal, where he has worked since 1965. He was a reporter in New York, Los Angeles, and Washington, D.C., before becoming bureau chief in 1974. Calame served on a minesweeper that was one of the first naval units to be sent to South Vietnam.

He can be reached at The Wall Street Journal, 200 Liberty Street, New York, NY 10281.

Norman J. Cohen
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Norman J. Cohen is dean of the New York School of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in New York City. He is the author of SELF, STRUGGLE AND CHANGE: THE FAMILY CONFLICT STORIES IN GENESIS AND THEIR HEALING INSIGHTS FOR OUR LIVES and the editor, with Robert M. Seltzer, of THE AMERICANIZATION OF THE JEWS.

He can be reached at Hebrew Union College, 1 West 4th Street, New York, NY 10012.

Alexander A. Di Lella
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Alexander A. Di Lella is the Andrews-Kelly-Ryan Distinguished Professor of Biblical Studies at Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. A Franciscan priest and scholar, he was recently awarded the Benemerenti Medal from Pope John Paul II. He is also a biblical translator and an editor of THE HOLY BIBLE, NEW REVISED STANDARD VERSION: CATHOLIC EDITION, (1993).

He can be reached c/o Public Affairs Television, Inc., 356 W 58th Street, New York, NY 10019.

Francisco O. Garcia-Treto
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Francisco O. Garcia-Treto is professor and chair of the department of religion at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas and is an ordained minister of the Presbyterian Church. Born in Cuba, he has published numerous articles on the literary study of the Bible and other subjects in HARPER'S DICTIONARY OF THE BIBLE, Lecciones Cristianas, Journal Of Presbyterian History and Journal For The Study Of The Old Testament.

He can be reached c/o Public Affairs Television, Inc., 356 W 58th Street, New York, NY 10019.

Carol Gilligan
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Carol Gilligan is a professor, clinical psychologist, and author based in Cambridge, Massachusetts and a founding member of the collaborative Harvard Project on Women's Psychology. She is the author of IN A DIFFERENT VOICE: PSYCHOLOGICAL THEORY AND WOMEN'S DEVELOPMENT, and recently published MEETING AT THE CROSSROADS: WOMEN'S PSYCHOLOGY AND GIRLS' DEVELOPMENT with Lyn Mikel Brown.

She can be reached at Harvard Graduate School of Education, 503 Larsen Hall, Appian Way, Cambridge, MA 02138.

Rebecca Goldstein
ęDon Perdue

Rebecca Goldstein taught philosophy at Barnard College for ten years and now devotes herself primarily to her fiction. She won the Jewish National Book Award in 1994 for her collection of short stories, STRANGE ATTRACTORS, and again in 1995 for her most recent novel, MAZEL.

She can be reached at Columbia University, 404 Dodge Hall, School of the Arts, New York, NY 10027.

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