Study Group on Scholarly Relations, 1963–1964

Karl F. Willenbrock, Chair. Associate Dean of Engineering and Applied Physics and Lecturer in Applied Physics, Harvard University. Consultant to government agencies and industry. Ph. D., Harvard. American Physical Society. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

Neil Kensington Adam. Emeritus Professor of Chemistry, The University of Southampton. M.A., Sc.D., Cambridge. Fellow, Royal Society of London. Hon. Life Member, Faraday Society. American Chemical Society. Cambridge Philosophical Society.

James R. Bartels-Keith. Polaroid Corporation Laboratories, Cambridge, Massachusetts. M.A., Ph.D. Formerly Senior Research Chemist, Smith Kline & French Research Institute, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, England.

Henrietta Buckmaster. Writer. Let My People Go: A History of the Antislavery Movement in the United States. Novels: Deep River, And Walk in Love, All the Living. Recipient of Guggenheim Fellowship.

Sir James R.M. Butler. Fellow of Trinitiy College, Cambridge; Emeritus Professor of Modern History. Editor of the official U.K. military histories of the Second World War).

Vinton A. Dearing. Professor of English, University of California, Los Angeles. B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Harvard. Modern Language Association of America. Bibliographical Society (London). Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis. Society for General Systems Research. American Association for the Advance of Science.

John Huxtable Elliott. University Lecturer in History, and Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. Ph.D., Cambridge.

Peter J. Henniker-Heaton. Editorial Consultant to the Christian Science Board of Directors. Formerly Editor, Home Forum page of The Christian Science Monitor. B.A., Oxford (Corpus Christi College). American Astronautical Society. British Interplanetary Society.

DeWitt John. Editor, The Christian Science Monitor. Formerly Manager, Christian Science Committees on Publication. B.A., Principia College. M.A., University of Chicago. M.S., Columbia University.

Samuel Clement Leslie. Consultant on information policy to industrial corporations and public bodies. Ph.D. Oxford University (Balliol College). Royal Institute of International Affairs: C.B.E.

Robert Peel. Chief, Editorial Section, Christian Science Committee on Publication. B.A., M.A., Harvard. Associate Professor of English and Philosophy, Principia College.

Russell D. Robinson. Assistant Professor of Education and Extension Specialist, Youth Development, University of Wisconsin. B.S., M.S., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Member, Wisconsin Education Association. Rural Sociological Society.

Glen W. Schaefer. Section Leader, Theoretical Physics Department, Atomic Power Division, British Electric Company. Ph.D., University of Birmingham (England).