karín aguilar-san juan is associate professor of American studies at Macalester College. She edited and introduced The State of Asian America: Activism and Resistance in the 1990s (1994). She is also the coeditor, with Frank Joyce, of People Make the Peace: Lessons from the Vietnam Antiwar Movement (forthcoming).
sue armitage is professor emerita of history and women’s studies at Washington State University, Pullman, where she taught and wrote about women in the US West for thirty years. She served as editor of Frontiers from 1996 to 2003.
j. dee cochran is an assistant editor at Identity Theory. Her work appears in Calyx, Confrontation, Conduit, Third Wednesday, Vermont Literary Review, Connecticut River Review, glassbook, Laurel Review, English Journal, and others.
elizabeth fraterrigo is associate professor of history at Loyola University Chicago, where she teaches courses in US history and public history. Her research focuses on the history of women and gender, media, and American popular culture. She is currently at work on a book about the media reform campaigns of the National Organization for Women and other feminist organizations during the 1960s and 1970s. She is the author of Playboy and the Making of the Good Life in Modern America (2009), a critical assessment of the role of Playboy magazine in postwar transformations in gender, sexuality, and consumption.
kathi george was one of the founding members of the Frontiers Editorial Collective and served as the first publisher from 1974 to 1987. As a professional [End Page 218] editor, she has worked for clients as varied as Harcourt, Stanford University, Zyzzyva, SeaWorld, Sun & Moon Books, and Random House. George taught copyediting and proofreading in the Copyediting Certificate Program at University of California San Diego Extension for ten years, designing classes in literary editing, bias-free language, and copyright for editors. She has an ma in Italian and is a graduate of the Stanford Professional Publishing Course and the University of Chicago Publishing Program. Since 2003 she has served as copy editor and office manager for San Diego’s Brighton Press, publisher of handmade, fine press books.
susan e. gray is associate professor of history in the School of Historical, Philosophical, and Religious Studies at Arizona State University. From 2003 to 2012 she served as coeditor of Frontiers. Gray’s recent publications include a coedited volume, Contingent Maps: Rethinking Western Women’s History and the North American West (2014), and “Of Two Worlds and Intimate Domains,” in Beyond Two Worlds: Critical Conversations on Language and Power in Native North America, ed. James Joseph Buss and C. Joseph Genetin-Pilawa (2014). At present she is completing Lines of Descent: Family Stories from the North Country for the University of North Carolina Press.
gayle gullett is associate professor of history in the School of Historical, Philosophical, and Religious Studies at Arizona State University. She specializes in American women’s history, the American West, and urban history. Her publications include Becoming Citizens: The Emergence and Development of the California Women’s Movement, 1880–1911 (2000). With Susan E. Gray, she is a former coeditor of Frontiers; they also coedited Contingent Maps: Rethinking Western Women’s History and the North American West (2014). Gullett is also working on a book tentatively titled “New Women in a New City: Gender, Modernity, and Los Angeles, 1910–1920.”
joan hall is a retired partner in the law firm Jenner and Black, which she joined following her graduation from Yale Law School in 1965. She is co-founder of the Young Women’s Leadership Charter School, the only all-girls’ public school in Chicago. In 2002, Joan received the Women’s Bar Association of Illinois’s Women with Vision Award, which honors women who have demonstrated visionary approaches in their careers and have contributed to the empowerment of women in law. In 2013 she received a lifetime achievement award from American Lawyer magazine. [End Page 219]
patricia hart is associate professor of journalism and American studies at the University of Idaho and a former managing editor of Frontiers. With Karen Weathermon and Susan Armitage, she is the editor of Women Writing Women: A “Frontiers” Reader (2006).
elizabeth jameson holds the Imperial Oil–Lincoln McKay Chair in...