Janice Terry is Professor of History at Eastern Michigan University with a specialty in the modern Middle East. She received her Ph.D. history from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. She is the author of The Wafd, 1919-1952: Cornerstone of Egyptian Political Power and Mistaken Identity: Arab Stereotypes in Popular Writing and has contributed to numerous anthologies and journals. She is also the co-editor of The Arab Studies Quarterly and has lived and traveled extensively throughout the Middle East and Africa. She is another a co-author, along with Goff and Upshur, of the textbook World History and co-editor, along with Moss and Upshur, of The Twentieth Century: Readings in Global History.
Jiu-Hwa Upshur is Professor of History at Eastern Michigan University. She received her B.A. from the University of Sydney and Ph.D. in Chinese history from the University of Michigan, where she was a Rackham Prize Fellow. She is the author of book reviews and numerous articles on Chinese history and two catalogs on Chinese art. She is coauthor, along with Goff and Terry, of World History, and coeditor of Lives and Times: Readings in World History and (with Moss and Terry) of The Twentieth Century: Readings in Global History. She chaired the World History Committee of the College Board between 1996-1999 and is currently a member of the Praxis II Social Studies National Advisory Committee of the Educational Testing Service and of the Review Board of "Establishing a New Teaching Field: World History for the Twenty-first Century," funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the College Board. She has lived and traveled extensively in East Asia, India, and Australia.