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    Hi Fellow SACCers, Am looking forward to seeing you all here in Tucson next March.   Mary Kay Gilliland is doing a great job organizing the meetings, and I m
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      Hi Fellow SACCers,
      Am looking forward to seeing you all here in Tucson next March.�� Mary Kay Gilliland is doing a great job organizing the meetings, and I'm helping out where she needs me.

      High Stakes at San Xavier, third installment in the Bluenight Mystery Series, has finally been released by Imago Press.� My little webpage below has info and pics as does Amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com.� The webpage also has a calendar of events.
      Had forgotten how much fun this is, and response to the new story, set in a fictional Indian casino and giving some attention to the gaming issue,�has been really gratifying so far.

      Even better is that Imago is going to reissue the previous two novels in new editions in a couple months.

      Two queries:
      Deborah, could you update my blurb on the SACC website?
      Mel, could you give me an address to which to send dues?

      Hope to have a real visit with all my SACC buds next spring.
      Best til then,
      Rebecca



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      Rebecca Cramer
      missiontosonora@...
      http://www.u.arizona.edu/~rcramer/
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      --- On Mon, 8/11/08, George Thomas <broruprecht@...> wrote:

      From: George Thomas <broruprecht@...>
      Subject: [SACC-L] Hugh Gusterson debates "tainted funding" in Foreign Policy journal.
      To: SACC-L@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Monday, August 11, 2008, 11:01 AM






      This might be of some interest. Our most visible advocates for or against "embeddedness" in these politically dicy times, continue to push the issues.
      Note how H. Gusterson stresses that a so-called "purist" argument is based primarily on practical considerations.
      George

      Check out should professors go to war.

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      Sent: Monday, August 11, 2008 3:45:12 PM
      Subject: FP e-Alert: The World's Six Most Wanted War Criminals

      Should Professors Go to War?
      Is Bob Gates�s new plan to fund academic research is just what the doctorate ordered, or a dangerous delusion? Two leading professors debate Project Minerva.

      Hugh Gusterson: Why the Ivory Tower and the Pentagon Don�t Mix
      Peter D. Feaver: Pentagon Funding? Bring it on.
      Gusterson responds: "Why Pentagon Money Is Tainted"

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