is an historian. She spent many years in Sydney, Australia, where she lectured in history at the Roman Catholic Institute of Sydney and St Andrew's Greek Orthodox College and was Director of Post-Graduate Studies at the Sydney College of Divinity. Vivienne was active in inter-religious dialogue, in particular Christian-Muslim dialogue. She is currently a resident of Dublin, her native city.
is an Adjunct Professor in Anthropology in the School of Liberal Arts at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, Indiana (IUPUI). He is also the Director of International Partnerships at IUPUI, and the Associate Director of the Confucius Institute in Indianapolis. He is a co-founder of Past Masters International, and the Indianapolis Spiritual Trail.
is Professor of Anthropology at the College of Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina. Her work appears in Éire-Ireland, New Hibernia Review, Irish Studies Review and Practicing Anthropology. Her book, Irish American Folklore in New England, was published by Academica Press in 2009.