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Hume Studies Referees, 2011–2012

From: Hume Studies
Volume 38, Number 2, November 2012
pp. 253-255 | 10.1353/hms.2012.0014

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Margaret Atherton University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Emil Badici Texas A & M University
Annette Baier University of Pittsburgh
James Ballie University of Portland
Donald Baxter University of Connecticut
Martin Bell University of York
Lorraine Besser-Jones Middlebury College
John Biro University of Florida
Scott Black University of Utah
Simon Blackburn Cambridge University, UNC at Chapel Hill
Sophie Botros University of London
Mark Box University of Alaska, Fairbanks
John Bricke University of Kansas
Justin Broakes Brown University
Annemarie Butler Iowa State University
Angela Calvo de Saavedra Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
Mark Collier University of Minnesota, Morris
Timothy Costelloe The College of William and Mary
Jonathan Cottrell New York University
Andrew Cunningham University of Cambridge
Martin Curd Purdue University
Eva Dadlez University of Central Oklahoma
Graciela De Pierris Stanford University
Richard Dees University of Rochester
Georges Dicker The College at Brockport, SUNY
Stewart Duncan University of Florida
James Dye Northern Illinois University
Walter Edelberg University of Illinois, Chicago
Lorne Falkenstein University of Western Ontario
James Fieser University of Tennessee at Martin
Daniel Flage James Madison University
Richard Fumerton University of Iowa
Steven Gamboa California State University, Bakersfield
Ernesto Garcia University of Massachusetts Amherst
Don Garrett New York University
Geoffrey Gorham Macalester College
Theodore Gracyk Minnesota State University Moorhead
Lorenzo Greco University of Oxford
Sean Greenberg University of California, Irvine
James Harris University of St Andrews
Eugene Heath State University of New York at New Paltz
Thomas Holden University of California, Santa Barbara
Yumiko Inukai University of Massachusetts Boston
Peter Kail University of Oxford
Catherine Kemp John Jay College, City University of New York
David Landy San Francisco State University
Willem Lemmens University of Antwerp
Ann Levey University of Calgary
Louis Loeb University of Michigan
Antonia Lolordo University of Virginia
Bob Mahoney University of Oxford
Jennifer Marusic Brandeis University
Vijay Mascarenhas Metropolitan State University of Denver
Michelle Mason University of Minnesota
Miriam McCormick University of Richmond
Alison McIntyre Wellesley College
Jane McIntyre Cleveland State University
James Moore Concordia University
William Edward Morris Illinois Wesleyan University
David O’Connor Seton Hall University
James O’Shea University College Dublin
David Owen University of Arizona
Katie Paxman University of Western Ontario
Terry Penelhum University of Calgary
Dario Perinetti McGill University
Tony Pitson University of Stirling
Adam Potkay College of William and Mary
Lewis Powell University at Buffalo, SUNY
David Raynor University of Ottawa
Patrick Rysiew University of Victoria
Andrew Sabl University of California, Los Angeles
Geoffrey Sayre-McCord University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Margaret Schabas University of British Columbia
Karl Schafer University of Pittsburgh
Nancy Schauber University of Richmond
Amy Schmitter University of Alberta
Mark Spencer Brock University
Eric Steinberg Brooklyn College
Barry Stroud University of California, Berkeley
Gregory Todd Independent Scholar
Stanley Tweyman York University
William Vanderburgh Wichita State University
Andrew Ward University of York
Margaret Watkins St. Vincent College
Christopher Williams University of Nevada, Reno
Joshua Wood Texas A & M University
John Wright Central Michigan University
Sarah Wright University of Georgia
Sunny Yang Seoul National University
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