[lg policy] Fwd: Transcultural Theorist

Jeremy Graves jayrkirk42 at YAHOO.COM
Thu Aug 19 13:48:15 UTC 2010

Dear Colleagues,

I've become involved in a writing project. See the attached e-mail below for a 
request from the editor that I'm hoping some of you may be able to help with.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Bryan Christiansen <bchristiansen at faculty.ellis.edu>
Date: Wed, Aug 18, 2010 at 12:17 PM
Subject: Transcultural Theorist
To: demott.dennis at gmail.com, Andrew Carpenter <ACarpenter at ellis.edu>, Diana Bank 
Weinberg <diana.weinberg at gmail.com>, "Bach,Craig" <bachcn at drexel.edu>, 
gravesjk at gmail.com, "Dr. Eman ElShenawy" <eman996 at yahoo.com>, Julianne Seely 
<j_m_seely at sbcglobal.net>, Julia Spann <jspann at nova.edu>, Mohammad Ayub Khan 
<mkhan at itesm.mx>, "willie at nova.edu" <pwillie at nova.edu>, nlw29 at cam.ac.uk, 
pselinger at igos-consulting.com, Russell Radford <rradford at sbcglobal.net>, j katz 
<yefimkatz at yahoo.com>

Dear EAB Members:
Just a quick question to ask if any of you might know of an expert in 
transcultural theory who might be interested in developing a Chapter Proposal 
specifically for that topic? 

I would ask Mikhail N. Epstein of Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, but I 
figure he has other work to do. :)
Last night a highly engaging and important conversation took place where I live 
that underscored the potential need for this pivotal part of the book as 
mentioned in the Call For Chapter Proposal link hosted by IGI Global.
Hope to hear from one or two of you soon. If this message is reaching one of you 
who is, in fact, such a theorist, please advise!
Bryan Christiansen
Editor and Business Professor
111 North Canal Street
Chicago, Illinois   60606   USA
Tel: (517) 294-5056
Skype ID: prymarke

Jeremy Graves

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