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 received her B.A. at the University of Sydney in Australia and Ph.D. in history at the University of Michigan. She is the author of two catalogs on Chinese art and many articles on Chinese history and has lived and traveled extensively in China, Taiwan, and other parts of Asia. She is co-author of THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: A BRIEF GLOBAL HISTORY (5th edition, 1994) and co-editor of LIVES AND TIMES: READINGS IN WORLD HISTORY (1994). Since 1993 she has been a member of the world history committee of the College Board.
Michael J. Schroeder is an independent scholar who has taught U.S. and Latin American History at Eastern Michigan University and the University of Michigan-Flint. He received B.A.s in History and Economics at the University of Minnesota and his Ph.D. in History at the University of Michigan. He is the author of numerous articles and chapters on Nicaraguan history, including pieces on death squads, children and war, the question of aerial terrorism in the air war of the 1920s and 1930s, and his award-winning 1996 article in the Journal of Latin American Studies, "Horse Thieves to Rebels to Dogs," on Nicaraguan political violence. He is currently completing his book manuscript, The Sandino Rebellion: Tragedy and Redemption in the Mountains of Northern Nicaragua. He has also authored a middle school text on Mexican-American history and immigration and is co-editor of Encyclopedia of World History.
Richard D. Goff received his A.B. from Duke University, his M.A. from Cornell University, and his Ph.D. from Duke University. He has taught courses in western civilization and specializes in teaching twentieth-century world history. He is the author of CONFEDERATE SUPPLY and encyclopedia articles on southern history and culture. In 1983 he received a distinguished faculty service award. He is co-author of THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: A BRIEF GLOBAL HISTORY (5th ed., 1994).