Editorial Advisory Board
Sarah Burch, Ph.D.
Dr Burch currently manages research and doctoral students across the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education, Anglia Ruskin University, UK and is an experienced and successful doctoral supervisor. Throughout, she has continued to undertake research with older people. She focuses particularly on older people’s approach to self-care in different areas of life.
Allison P. Coudert, Ph.D.
Dr Coudert received her PhD from the Warburg Institute, University of London. She currently holds the Paul and Marie Castefranco Chair in the History of Religion at the University of California at Davis. Her focus of interest is The relation between religion, magic, and science, Gender and religion, Esotericism—esoteric currents in Western Thought (alchemy, astrology, Hermeticism, Kabbalah, Spiritualism, Theosophy, etc.
Micheal Pryzdia, Ph.D.
Dr Pryzdia is a Senior Lecturer at Faculty of Leadership and Interdisciplinary Studies, College of Integrative Sciences and Arts, Arizona State University. His interests are Interdisciplinary Studies and Consciousness Studies.
Yunying Ren, Ph.D.
Prof Ren is currently the director of the Department of Urban and Rural planning, College of Architecture, Xi’an University of Architecture and Technology. She is the executive director of the Chinese Ancient Capital Society and also she is the member of the Academic Committee of Urban Planning History and Theory of China Urban Planning Society. Her research interests are the urban and rural planning history and the cultural heritage protection, the space planning and the sustainable development issues and the urban morphology research in the Chinese urbanization process.
Maria Anita Stefanelli, Ph.D.
Dr Stefanelli is an Associate Professor of Anglo-American Literature at Università Roma Tre, Rome, Italy. Her research interests include american studies: women’s Studies, performance studies, history of american drama, global women’s cinema, the stylistics of modernist poetry, language as Identity at the turn of the eighteenth-century.
Barbara Wejnert, Ph.D.
Dr Wejnert is an Associate Professor at the Department of Transnational Studies, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York. Her research interests include democracy and women, globalization and gender, global women’s health, theory of democracy with focus on gender.