Charle Palliser was born in Massachusetts, but has lived in the UK since the age of three. A graduate of Oxford University, he has published four novels. He lives in London, where he writes full time.
Michael Palma is the recipient of the Italo Calvino Award for his translation of My Name on the Wind: Selected Poems of Diego Valeri and of the Raiziss/de Palchi Translation Award from the American Academy of American Poets for his translation of...More
Hugh Palmer is one of Britain’s leading photographers of architecture and gardens. His books include The Most Beautiful Villages of Greece, The Most Beautiful Villages of Provence, and The Most Beautiful Villages of Ireland.
Nathan Palmer (MA, University of Nebraska–Lincoln) is a sociology lecturer at Georgia Southern University. In addition to The Norton Mix: Sociology, he is the founder of SociologySource.com and the editor-in-chief of SociologyInFocus.com.
was Professor of Aesthetics at Université Paris I, specializing in
German artistic movements of the 1920s and 30s. He is the author of,
among other works, L'Expressionnisme et les arts and Retour à Berlin....More
Tania Palmieri is a Verso editor.
Joanne Palmisano is an award-winning designer and marketing consultant for Peregrine Design/Build, and a designer for TruexCullins Architecture and Interior Design in Burlington, Vermont. She is a freelance writer and scouts homes and gardens for stylists...More
Joseph Palombo is founding dean and faculty member of the Institute for Clinical Social Work, Chicago, faculty member of the Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytic Therapy Program, Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis, and research coordinator, Rush...More
Ann Paludan lived in Beijing from 1972 to 1976, and returns there regularly. Her other books include The Imperial Ming Tombs and The Chinese Spirit Road. She lives in England.
Stephen R. Palumbi is professor of biology at Harvard University.
Stella Panayotova is Keeper of Manuscripts at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. She is the editor, with Paul Binski, of The Cambridge Illuminations: Ten Centuries of Book Production in the Medieval West.
Jennifer Panek is Associate Professor of English at the University of Ottawa. She is the author of Widows and Suitors in Early Modern English Comedy as well as articles and book chapters on early modern culture, gender, and sexuality.