John R Gibbins is a member of Wolfson College, Cambridge and the Centre for British Idealism. He has contributed extensively to the history of ideas, of politic and ethics, and is a co-founder of the international journal Theory , Culture and Society. He has now retired from the position of Director of Postgraduate Skills at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, having worked with several national and international research bodies, and with the Open University.
Christopher Donohue completed his PhD in History at the University of Maryland in 2013. He is currently splitting time between the Poletayev Institute for Theoretical and Historical Studies in the Humanities in Moscow and the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. He has broad interests in intellectual history, but focuses primarily on intersections between the social and biological sciences and political and legal thought. His work attempts to find new ways of uncovering the richness of ideas running throughout the historical record, and presenting them in analytically useful ways.
Simon J. Cook was born in London, England, spent too many years at Cambridge, UK, and taught for five years at Duke University, North Carolina. Today he is an independent scholar and neophyte digital publisher. Further information on his scholarship, publishing dream, and other projects can be found on his website, Ye Machine.