Querying the Ethics of Data Collection as a Community of Research and Practice The Movement toward the “Liberalism of Fear” to Protect the Vulnerable
There are colleagues whose support the Editors gratefully acknowledge. At the Robert Bosch Foundation in Stuttgart, Dr. Ingrid Hamm, Christian Haenel, Anda Catharina Ruf and Carolin Wattenberg were particularly helpful in awarding the grant that made the Special Issue possible. At New York University, Dr. Michael John Williams, Tina Lam, and Bennett Williams provided timely administrative support. Cameron Hudson and Andrea Gittleman at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum graciously hosted the initial meeting of the contributors. Caroline Klein provided critical assistance with reservations and scheduling at NYU DC despite successive changes in dates. Nathaniel Raymond, Kristin B. Sandvik, Jay Aronson, Stefan Schmitt, Dallas Mazoori, Christoph Koettl, Karen Naimer, Widney Brown, and Dr. Ranit Mishori gave most generously of their time authoring the articles. Lars Bromley, Jacqueline Geis, Ziad Al Achkar, Brian Root, Susan Wolfinbarger, Scott Edwards, and Caitlin Howarth shared their insights during extensive discussions. Anonymous Genocide Studies and Prevention (GSP) peer reviewers expertise improved the article content. Dr. Anne Marie Goetz made time to comment on the MediCapt analysis. Brynnan Parish assisted most ably taking meeting notes and editing articles. Shirley Cloyes DioGuardi shared her knowledge and time generously and graciously in numerous conversations about the content of the Special Issue. Charles Patrick Martin-Shields provided helpful insights as the Special Issue was nearing publication. The Editors look forward to cooperate with the community of research and practice to disseminate the Special Issue among members of the Global Diplomacy Lab (GDL) and Brandeis University’s Summer Institute for Israel Studies (SIIS).
Mazzucelli, Colette and Visvizi, Anna
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