Publications

Submitted
Lerner KL. Evolution and Evolutionary Mechanisms Controlling Genetic Variation. In: Selected Papers. Originally published in 2001 (Updated 2010, 2012). Draft Copy. ; Submitted. harvard.academia.edu//kleelerner
Lerner KL. Disaster Relief and Recovery: The Role of Situational Awareness (Harvard, 2013). In: Selected Papers. Originally published in February, 2013 (Updated: May, 2014). Draft Copy. ; Submitted. harvard.academia.edu//kleelerner
Lerner. KL. Disaster Relief and Recovery Shifting from Disaster to Recovery (Harvard 2013). In: Selected Papers, Originally published in 2013 (Updated 2015). Draft Copy. ; Submitted. harvard.academia.edu//kleelerner
2108
Introduction to Sociology
Lerner KL, Lerner BW, Rennie E ed. Introduction to Sociology. Intellus Learning and Macmillan Learning. [Internet]. 2108. Publisher's VersionAbstract

An introductory undergraduate course and/or supplemental resource. (online)

Produced by K. Lee Lerner and curated by LMG's academic subject-matter experts and editorial teams, Intorduction to Sociology is a fully customizable undergraduate course crafted in partnership with Intellus Learning and Macmillan Learning editors, instructors, and compliance experts. Topics include: An Introduction to Sociology; Sociological Research; Culture; Socialization; Groups and Organization; Deviance, Crime, and Social Control; Media and Technology; Social Stratification in the United States; Global Inequality; Race and Ethnicity; Gender, Sex, and Sexuality; Aging and the Elderly; Marriage and Family; Religion; Education; Government and Politics; Work and the Economy; Health and Medicine; Population, Urbanization, and the Environment; Social Movements and Social Change.

 

2019
Lerner KL, Lerner BW. LMG Editorial Guidelines. London Paris Cambridge: LMG; 2019.Abstract

LMG’s experts and artists collaborate with the world’s leading publishers and commissioning entities to create award-winning science and factual content. LMG media projects are distinguished by their emphasis on stimulating critical thought and informed commentary. Accordingly, we welcome inquires from scholars, graduate students, journalists, and content experts strong content creation skills.

Our research colleagues often have substantial experience working in diverse, unique, and challenging environments. LMG's customized ISA teams draw on a global network of experts with extensive scholarly, business, military, and government service backgrounds to offer confidential data, analysis, and time-critical solutions to clients navigating complex, and often cross-border, issues. Because the work is confidential to clients, professional journalists, whether freelance or under contract, are ineligible for ISA teams.

We do not accept telephone or telefax inquiries from prospective colleagues, nor do we accept unsolicited submissions. If you have a ninterest in working on an LMG project please send an inquiry to inquires@lernermedia.co.uk. We request that prospective colleagues include a vitae breve in the body of their email as part of their letter of introduction.

Policies

 

 

LMG Content Standards

LMG carefully selects colleagues of high integrity who value their professional reputations. The work of others must be properly acknowledged and cited. All sources must be properly credited. Except as allowed by express instruction (i.e., use of OER  material),  with the exception of properly attributed quotes, all submissions must be original material. 

All contributions are subject to screening by analysis programs designed to identify similarities to material already in publication (both print and online). Plagiarism or artistic deception (e.g. altering photos or film) will not be tolerated and is treated as both academic fraud and, when accompanied by a demand for payment, potentially prosecuted as criminal fraud.

Corrections

LMG is responsible for the quality of its work. Although the format of corrections may vary across media platforms, it is longstanding LMG policy to admit errors and to clarify or correct published work as quickly and accurately as possible.

Unsolicited Submissions

LMG does not accept unsolicited samples of work, submissions, or proposals of any kind. Those who send unsolicited submissions waive their rights in all venues to claim subsequent intellectual property rights infringement or any form of damages against all recipients of unsolicited materal and their designated agents and affiliates.

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Advisors, Contributing Editors, Expert Authors for recent LMG projects include:

Katy Aisenberg

Katy Aisenberg (Cambridge, MA). Dr. M.K. Aisenberg holds a psychology doctorate from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology and is a licensed clinical psychologist in Massachusetts. A published poet, she is a graduate of Princeton University and also holds an M.A. in Creative Writing from Boston University, and a Ph.D. in Modern Literature from the Johns Hopkins University. She has taught at Bentley College, Boston University, and Tufts University.

Aleszu Bajak

 

Aleszu Bajak (Cambridge, MA), a journalist covering international issues in science, energy, the environment, and health, serves as a contibuting advisor to LMG. Mr. Bajak was a 2013 Knight Science Journalism Fellow at M.I.T. and has served as a producer for the NPR talk show Science Friday. His work routinely appears in Nature, Science, New Scientist, and other respected publications.

Stephen A. Berger

Stephen A. Berger is the developer of GIDEON (Global Infectious Disease and Epidemiology Network), the world’s premier global infectious diseases database used by the World Health Organization (WHO), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), PROMED, and other infectious disease specialists and groups. In addition to serving on the GIDEON Board of Advisors, Dr. Berger is currently affiliated with the Tel Aviv Medical Center as both Director of Geographic Medicine and of Clinical Microbiology. He also serves as Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Tel-Aviv School of Medicine. He has been awarded the New York Medical College Teaching Award 5 times. Dr. Berger is the author of numerous articles and books, including Introduction to Infectious Diseases, The Healthy Tourist, and Viral Diseases: A Global Guide.

 

Wallace S. Broecker

Wallace S. Broecker, Newberry Professor of Geology, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University, is a member of both the US National Academy of Science and the British Royal Society. In 1996, he received the National Science Medal. A member of the Columbia faculty since 1959, Dr. Broecker serves as the Newberry Professor of Earth & Environmental Sciences and as member of The Earth Institute Academic Committee. His ongoing research interests include paleoclimatology, ocean chemistry, isotope dating and other important facets of environmental science. He has authored or co-authored close to 500 journal articles, textbooks, and books, including How to Build a Habitable Planet (1987) and Fixing Climate (2008) with Robert Kunzig. Among a list of honors and awards, Dr. Broecker is the recipient of the Alexander Agassiz Medal by the National Academy of Sciences, the Japanese Blue Planet Award, the Swedish Crafoord Award, and has been honored by both the Geological Society of America and Geological Society of London.

 

James Corbett

James Corbett, an alumnus of the London School of Economics and the University of London, is an author and journalist living in London. He is a regular contributor to outlets including the BBC World Service, The Guardian, The Observer and The Sunday Times and has reported from more than 20 countries across five continents, including Palestine, China and South Africa. He was formerly Contributing Editor of the award winning Observer Sport Monthly and London Correspondent of English language Egyptian newspaper, Al Ahram Weekly. He is regularly sought for his opinions by a range of broadcasters on his speciality subject, sport politics, including the BBC, al-Jazeera, ABC, SBS and CNN. He the author of four books, including a history of the England football team England Expects (Aurum Press 2006).

 

Antonio Farina

Antonio Farina M.D., Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor at Universita’ di Bologna and has served as Visiting Associate Professor, Showa University, Tokyo, Japan, Visiting Professor at the Woman & Infants’ Hospital Division of Prenatal and Special Testing, Providence, RI, and as a Research Fellow at New England Medical Center, Division of Genetics, Boston, MA.

 

Thomas Hayden

Thomas Hayden is a journalist and lecturer at Stanford University. A former staff writer at both Newsweek and US News & World Report. his writing appears Nature, National Geographic, and other respected publications.

 

Angelia Herrin

Angelia Herrin, Editor, Director of Research and Special Projects at Harvard Business Review. Cambridge MA., A Knight Fellow in journalism at Stanford University, Ms. Herrin reported for Knight-Ridder newspapers and served as Washington, D.C., editor of USA Today.

 

Joseph Patterson Hyder

Joseph Patterson Hyder, J.D. is the managing partner for the Hyder Law Group in Jacksonville, Florida. An honors graduate with a degree in history from Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, Mr. Hyder was editor-in-chief Tennessee Journal of Law and Policy at the University of Tennessee Collage of Law. He has written extensively on international treaties and political issues.

 

Alexander I. Ioffe

Alexander I. Ioffe,Senior Scientist, Russian Academy of Sciences. Moscow, Russia. Alexander I. Ioffe is a physicist who serves as Senior Scientist, Geological Institute. Russian Academy of Sciences. Moscow, Russia. Dr. Ioffe has served as contributing advisor on a number of projects related to science and the environment.

 

David T. King, Jr.

David T. King, Jr., is a Professor, Dept. of Geology, Auburn University. Dr. King’s research interests include the effect of asteroid and comet impact upon Earth history and the stratigraphic record. Dr. King has been honored as the outstanding science/math faculty member and as an Auburn Alumni Association outstanding teacher.

 

Kathleen Koch

Kathleen Koch served as a special contributor for LMG's book Doomed: The Science Behind Disaster (at press). Her introduction to the book drew on her 18 years of experience as an award-winning correspondent for CNN. During that time, Ms. Koch faced down presidents, snipers, and just about every disaster imaginable. She covered the White House, Pentagon, Capitol Hill and State Department as well as disasters ranging from tornadoes and hurricanes to plane crashes and the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Her work reporting on Hurricane Katrina and her two documentaries on her hometown's recovery from the storm earned her a Peabody Award and a New York Festivals gold medal. Ms. Koch is also author of the critically acclaimed book, Rising from Katrina: How My Mississippi Hometown Lost It All and Found What Mattered. Ms. Koch also has hands-on experience in disaster recovery. She volunteered in the Hurricane Sandy relief effort and led nationwide letter-writing campaigns to encourage disaster survivors in Japan and the Philippines. Ms. Koch is founder and executive director of LeadersLink, the first organization to harness and share elected officials' disaster lessons learned to help other communities better prevent, prepare for and recover from similar crises.

 

Kenneth T. LaPensee

Kenneth T. LaPensee PhD, MPH, has pursued a career in private industry for more than 30 years that has encompassed epidemiological and clinical research in therapy areas ranging from oncology and antibiotics to mental illness. He has served as a peer reviewer for the Journal of Managed Care Pharmacy (JMCP) specializing in the review of epidemiological, public health-related, and health care system-related journal submissions. For LernerMedia/LMG he has served as an expert author and/or advisor on a number of critically acclaimed books.

 

Christopher Lawrence

Christopher Lawrence is an author, professor of the history of medicine at the Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine, University College London , and a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. Dr. Lawrence is a contributing advisor for Scientific Thought: In Context and was editor along with Steven Shapin at Harvard of Science Incarnate: Historical Embodiments of Natural Knowledge (University Of Chicago Press, 1998)

 

Adrienne Wilmoth Lerner

Adrienne Wilmoth Lerner, J.D., served as co-editor for volumes on the Environment; Gender Issues and Sexuality; Human and Civil Rights; Government, Politics, and Protest; and Immigration and Multiculturalism. Ms. Lerner is the Director, Pre-Law and an instructor in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration at the University of North Florida. Prior to taking a post at UNL she worked as an author, editor, certified archaeologist, and an attorney in private practice as well as an Adjunct Professor at the Florida Coastal School of Law in Jacksonville, FL. She has taught courses at undergraduate, graduate, and law school level on topics including the U.S. Supreme Court, American Legal System, Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, International Human Rights, Gender and the Law, Art Law, and Intellectual Property Licensing. Ms. Lerner served as graduate instructor in communications at Vanderbilt University, where she was also a University Fellow (2000-2002) and a Summer Fellow for the Vanderbilt Program in Social and Political Thought (2001). She is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Oglethorpe University where she was named as Outstanding Honors Student and received the Leo Bilanco Award for Outstanding History Graduate (co-recipient). (bio updated March 2017). Ms. Lerner is also the editor of several books including Global Viewpoints: Freedom of Expression and has written extensively on a range of legal, social, and science policy issues for a number of academic books.

 

Alicia Cafferty Lerner

Alicia Cafferty Lerner is an independent author and editor. A graduate of University College, Dublin, Ireland (M.A.) and Auburn University, she is a member of Sigma Tau Delta, the National English Honors Society. In addition to independently editing a series of books on global issues for younger students, Ms. Cafferty contributed to a number of Lerner & Lerner / LMG projects.

 

René Lynn

René Lynn, Department of Communications, San Antonio Independent School District. San Antonio, Texas. A graduate of the University of Texas School of Journalism, René Lynn is former journalist and media commentator who now works as a representative of the San Antonio Independent School District in San Antonio, Texas.

 

Lois N. Magner

Lois N. Magner, Professor Emerita of History, Purdue University. Professor Magner is the author of A History of Medicine.

 

Nancy E. Masters

Nancy E. Masters is a Distinguished Member in the International Association for Identification and a member of the Editorial Review Board for the Journal of Forensic Identification. She also serves as a Fellow of the Fingerprint Society of Great Britain. In 2004, the International Association for Identification awarded Masters the IAI’s highest honor, John A. Dondero Memorial Award.

 

Elisa Rennie

Elisa Rennie is a member of the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., Covering an array of global issues, she continue to serve as an independent copyeditor for international news and academic resource platforms. As degree candidate at Harvard University, she helps teach grammar and expository writing. A best-selling author. Her fiction writing is published under a nom de plume.
 

Rebecca De Los Rios

Rebecca De Los Rios was a senior advisor at the Pan American Health Organization, the Regional Office of the World Health Organization for the Americas (PAHO/WHO), and is a specialist in international public health issues. She was a leader in mainstreaming gender as an important criteria into public health policies, programs and interventions. As Head of the PAHO/WHO Research Grant Program, she designed and implemented the Multi-center Research Networks. As a PAHO/WHO Senior Advisor on International Cooperation, she had a leadership role in the formulation and adoption of the PAHO/WHO Policy on Cooperation for Health Development and the establishment of the PAHO/WHO knowledge exchange and peer learning platform to promote cooperation among countries.

 

 

Anna Marie Roos

Anna Marie Roos is an author and Research Associate at the Wellcome Trust Unit for the History of Medicine at Oxford University. She has previously served as a Visiting Fellow, Wellcome Trust Unit for the History and Understanding of Medicine and as an Associate Professor in the Department of History at University of Minnesota. She holds a Ph.D. in History and a B.A. in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology from the University of Colorado at Boulder. In addition to writing on contemporary topics regarding culture and medicine, she has published extensively in the history of science including Luminaries in the Natural World: The Sun and the Moon in England, 1400-1720 (Peter Lang, 2001) and The Salt of the Earth : Natural Philosophy, Medicine, and Chymistry in England, 1650-1750 (Brill Academic Pubishers, 2007).

 

Joachim Schummer

Joachim Schummer, Ph.D., Philosophy, University of Karlsruhe, Germany, has served as a Lecturer and Research Fellow, University of Karlsruhe; Visiting Professor, University of South Carolina; Heisenberg Fellow, Technical University of Darmstadt; Visiting Fellow, Center for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics, Australian National University; and Visiting Professor, University of Sofia, Bulgaria. Writing on a range of topics from chemical warfare to environmental pollution, he was co-editor of The Public Image of Chemistry (World Scientific Publishing, Singapore, 2007). He is a member of the Editorial Board of Studies in Ethics, Law and Technology (Berkeley Electronic, CA, USA)

 

Yavor Shopov

Yavor Shopov is Professor of Geology & Geophysics University of Sofia, Bulgaria , Dr. Sopov has served as President, Commission on Physical Chemistry and Hydrogeology of Karst, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization ( UNESCO).

 

Colette St. Clair

As a Managing Editor, Colette St. Clair represents LMGlobal in both Paris and Washington, D.C.. Ms. St. Clair manages project development and production in French-speaking areas of the world. A former journalist based in Paris and Washington, D.C., she produces both French and English news for an array of international media clients, including France24, Canal+, TF. and Radio France Internationale

 

Matthew Stanley

Matthew Stanley, a 2006-2007 Member of the School of Historical Studies, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton University is also an Assistant Professor, Department of History Program in the History of Technology and Science at Iowa State University.

 

Constance K. Stein

Constance K. Stein, Associate Professor, SUNY Upstate Medical University. Syracuse, New York. A graduate of the University of Michigan, Dr. Stein is an Associate Professor, Pathology and Director of Cytogenetics, Assistant Director of Molecular Diagnostics, SUNY Upstate Medical University. Syracuse, New York.

 

Michael J Sullivan

Michael J Sullivan is Director of the Children’s Cancer Research Group, Christ Church School of Medicine University of Otago Christchurch, New Zealand. A former Senior Lecturer in Paediatrics, Dr. Sullivan (FRACP DCH PhD) has also written on a variety of medical topics for general audiences.

 

John (Jack) P. Woodall

John (Jack) P. Woodall (1935-2106). Director, Nucleus for the Investigation of Emerging Infectious Diseases, Institute of Medical Biochemistry, Center for Health Sciences, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1998-2008. Jack Woodall is a graduate of Cambridge University and received his Ph.D. from the world-renowned London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, London University. He served at the East African Virus Research Institute, Entebbe, Uganda; as director of the Rockefeller Foundation Belem Virus Laboratory in Brazil; as a Research Fellow at the Yale Arbovirus Research Unit, and then head of the Arbovirus Laboratory, New York State Health before being appointed director of the Centers for Disease Control’s (CDC) San Juan Laboratories in Puerto Rico. In 1981, he moved to the World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva, Switzerland, first in the Laboratory Unit, and then as Epidemiologist in the Division of Health Statistics. On retirement from WHO, Dr. Woodall he returned to direct the Arbovirus Laboratory for the New York State Health Department. In 1998 he moved to Rio de Janeiro, where he is still based. Dr. Woodall has also served as a member of the WHO Gulf Emergency Task Force in support of the UN Special Commission (UNSCOM) in Iraq; Leader of the WHO delegation to the Third Review Conference on the Biological Weapons Convention; and as editor of various publications for PAHO, the World Health Organization (WHO), the Sabin Vaccine Institute, and the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute. Dr. Woodall was a co-founder of ProMED-mail, the online global outbreak early warning system of the Program for Monitoring Emerging Diseases (ProMED) of the International Society for Infectious Diseases (ISID), where he continues as Associate Editor. He is a member of the Biological Weapons Working Group of the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, Washington DC, and Board member, Sabin Vaccine Institute, Washington DC. Update: Jack Woodall, pioneer in the field of infectious diseases surveillance, was born on Jan 13, 1935, in Tianjin, China. He died on Oct 24, 2016, in Esher, Surrey, UK. Lancet Obit, Stat Obit

AP Teacher Advisors

 

 

Michael Bolsoni

Michael Bolsoni, an advisor for Human Geography: People and the Environment, began teaching AP Human Geography in 2001, the first year the national test was offered.  He has 13 years of teaching experience at the School of Environmental Studies and has traveled with students across the globe.  He is a content expert for the Kaplan AP Human Geography Guide and was an AP exam reader for several years. Mr. Bolsoni is currently an Assistant Principal in the Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan Public School District.

 

Linda L. Hammon

Linda L. Hammon, M.Ed., an advisor for Human Geography: People and the Environment, has more than 28 years experience teaching geography, including both 9th-grade Pre-AP Geography and AP Human Geography at Canyon High School in New Braunfels, Texas.  She is currently teaching Cultural Geography, as an Adjunct Lecturer, at Texas State University in San Marcos. A consultant with the College Board for the last twelve years, she has also served as a reader for the APHG exam the last six years.  In 1993, she received the National Council for Geographic Education Distinguished Teaching Award.

 

Kelly W. Swanson

Kelly W. Swanson, an advisor for Human Geography: People and the Environment, teaches geography at Johnson Senior High School and Metropolitan State University in St. Paul, Minnesota. In addition to his teaching work, Mr. Swanson serves on the standing committees of the United States Department of Education National Assessment in Educational Progress (NAEP) geography and the Praxis Geography committee.Author of the Kaplan AP Human Geography Guide, Mr. Swanson is an active member of the Minnesota Alliance for Geographic Education (MAGE) and has spoken around the world on geographic issues and projects.

 

Ann Elizabeth Linsley

Ann Elizabeth Linsley, a College Board Southwest Region Distinguished Teacher (2006) and advisor for Human Geography: People and the Environment, is a teacher at Bellaire High School in the Houston Independent School District. With 25 years of experience teaching human and physical geography in PreAP, AP, and IB programs, Ms. Linsley is a teacher consultant for the College Board in AP Human Geography. In addition to serving as an AP Human Geography exam reader and table leader since 1999, Ms. Linley was a PolarTrec teacher to Antarctica (2007), NGS Teacher Fellow (2008) and a NOAA "Teacher in the Field." Ms. Linsley also serves as a teacher consultant for the National Geographic Society and the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education.

 

 

Past Editorial Interns

Shaquilla T. Harrigan 

Shaquilla T. Harrigan, is a graduate of Harvard College (Class 2016). Ms. Harrigann served as a paid summer editorial intern for LMG, offering key contributions to the production of  Human Geography: People and the Environment.

 

Adeline Wilmoth Lerner

Adeline Wilmoth Lerner (Ellie Lerner) studied at Le Cordon Bleu in Paris and is a graduate of Auburn University.  After serving an internship at ZGF in Portland, she took a Masters's in  landscape architecture at North Carolina State University.  Ms. Lerner served as a paid summer editorial intern for LMG, with a primary focus on image selection offering for a range of science and factual projects.

 

CDC Halts Research at Top U.S. Bioweapons Defense Lab
Lerner KL. CDC Halts Research at Top U.S. Bioweapons Defense Lab. Taking Bearings. LMG (London, Paris, Cambridge). August 6. 2019.Abstract

Washington -- Officials at the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID) in Fort Detrick, Md. have temporarily suspended all biosafety level 3 (BSL-3) and biosafety level 4 (BSL-4) operations. USAMRIID conducts research into defensive countermeasures against biological warfare and is the only Department of Defense laboratory equipped to conduct research with the world's most lethal biological agents. 

After conducting on-site inspections in June, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) inspectors determined that USAMRIID labs failed to meet biosafety standards In July, the CDC issued a "cease and desist" order that suspended USAMRIID'S registration with the Federal Select Agent Program (FSAP). Without FASP certification, labs are not allowed to possess or handle disease-causing select agents nor conduct toxins research. 

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Frequently Cited Quotes
Frequently Cited Quotes. Quotes cited in outside sources. 2019.Abstract

“The nimble of mind long for the challenge of new discoveries. Weary minds cling to what is already known.”  ― K. Lee Lerner, Scientific Thought in Context  (more quotes)


Additional quotes available online at: 
https://www.goodreads.com/author/quotes/1437692.K_Lee_Lerner 
https://www.wisefamousquotes.com/k-lee-lerner-quotes/ 
https://quotation.io/page/author/k-lee-lerner

Journal: Selected Commentary, Features, and Photoessays by K. Lee Lerner
Lerner KL. Journal: Selected Commentary, Features, and Photoessays by K. Lee Lerner. LMG (London, Paris, Cambridge). 2019.Abstract

"Journal" is a mix of professional and personal photos. In addition to working in some of Earth's most beautiful and challenging environments, access to restricted sites and the opportunity to work quietly in venues normally crowded with tourists is a cherished facet of LMG work. 

While representative, there is no attempt to create a detailed diary, per se. In general, personal photos taken while living/working in London, Paris, Provence, Italy, Cambridge/Harvard, Washington, Texas, and along the Gulf Coast are not included. (See Life Bits and other albums). Archival family photos are maintained in a select--access album. 

I have exercised editorial discretion with regard to publishing photos, especially for a diverse audience. In many cases, prior and existing confidentiality agreements limit what I can post, or require that I publish only excerpts of work in captions and associated stories. 

I carry a camera primarily to document and storyboard -- but I attempt to adhere to the ethical standards articulated by the National Press Photographers Association. Accordingly, news photos and video are unstaged and I attempt to remain unobtrusive and not alter the natural action of the subjects. Post-processing is limited to (1) cropping and rectifying (adjusting horizon lines) that does not alter meaning or essential context; (2) minor adjustments in exposure and lighting settings to enhance details without radically altering composition or natural colors; and (3) desaturating color photos to create black and white photos. 

©LMG. Except as noted, photos by K. Lee Lerner. All rights reserved.

Lee Lerner
Lee LK. Cowboy Poetry: Pithy and Provocative Postulations on Science, Sensuality, and the Seriocomic. LMG (London, Paris, Cambridge). 2019.Abstract

Published and unpublished personal selections from K. Lee Lerner's 'Cowboy Poetry: Pithy and Provocative Postulations on Science, Sensuality, and the Seriocomic'  featuring K. Lee Lerner's photos and haiku (in both traditional three-line form and Tanka five-line form ), as well as other forms of verse. Dates assigned photos used in this collection may not reflect the date the photo was taken and often reflect the date an accompanying  poem was first drafted. All content is copyright protected, but a limited "non-commercial use with attribution" license is usually granted upon request.  For additional information and links to related work contact K. Lee Lerner at kleelerner@alumni.harvard.edu or via LMG at kdesk@lernermedia.co.uk. ©K. Lee Lerner ©LMG  All rights reserved.

2018
Around the World, Women and Children Shoulder a Disproportionate Burden of the Pain and Suffering Caused by Disease, Disorder, and Dogma
Lerner KL. Around the World, Women and Children Shoulder a Disproportionate Burden of the Pain and Suffering Caused by Disease, Disorder, and Dogma. Taking Bearings [Photo Essay]. LMG (London, Paris, Cambridge). August. 2018.Abstract

Around the world, women and children shoulder a disproportionate burden of the pain and suffering caused by disease, disorder, and dogma. The struggle for women's rights is a struggle for human rights… [Photo Essay] (more)

Move over, M! America now has its first-ever woman DCI
Lerner KL. Move over, M! America now has its first-ever woman DCI. Taking Bearings. LMG (London, Paris, Cambridge). May 18. 2018.Abstract

Based on her intelligence, experience, demeanor, and capacity, I think Gina Haspel is the right person to be CIA Director. I was impressed with her testimony during confirmation hearings. I agree with her that "the C.I.A.'s post-Sept. 11 interrogation program " did damage to our officers and our standing in the world. " 

I do not equivocate on denouncing torture. Torture is the resort of the unskilled interrogator, the desperate, the sadistic and the cruel. I do not defend the policy of implementing Enhanced Interrogation Techniques (EIT) post 9/11, nor rendition (all renditions are, btw, extraordinary) to black sites, but I understand why they were implemented. 

Arguments about their effectiveness are to me moot because, as I have written, in the long run torture does far more harm to the torturer. It should never be U.S. policy. 

As to the role DCI Haspel in running a black site prison while EITs were in practice. At the time, EITs were the law, and EITS were not considered torture. One can debate how severe or mild the EITs werecompared to other forms of torture routinely practiced in other parts of the world, but that begins to defend EITs in I ways I personally do not wish to defend them. It is straightforward enough to assert that they were the law and sanctioned by the DOJ as part of the post-9/11 reaction of a desperate, hurting, fearful and angry nation. 

While EITs were policy it was the CIA and officers within the CIA who led the push-back against use of EITs and lobbied for a reversal of DOJ policy and their eventual discard. 

Many people missed — or for partisan reasons chose to overlook an important retraction by ProPublica < https://www.propublica.org/article/cia-cables-detail-its-new-deputy-directors-role-in-torture > 'Trump's Pick to Head CIA Did Not Oversee Waterboarding of Abu Zubaydah.' ProPublica admitted that it erred when it reported in 2017 that Haspel was in charge of a secret prison in Thailand during the interrogation of al-Qaida suspect Abu Zubaydah during which EITs, including repeated waterboarding, were used. 

On February 9, 2018. the NYT also falsely repeatedly reported that Haspel was in charge during the interrogation of Abu Zubaydah <https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/02/us/politics/cia-deputy-director-gina-haspel-torture-thailand.html >. 

On 16 March, 2018, the day after ProPublica retracted its reporting of Haspel's role, and more than a month after its initial reporting, the NYT also retracted its reporting that Haspel was in charge of the prison (which closed in December 2002 shortly after Haspel arrived to take charge) during the interrogation of Abu Zubaydah 

The NYT also reported that Haspel was in charge during the interrogation of Abd al-Rahim al-Nashir-the accused bomber of the USS Cole in 2000 who killed 17 U.S. Sailors and injured nearly 40 more-who was allegedly waterboarded three times. Haspel did not assume command at the Thailand prison until after the waterboarding of Zubaydah had ended. 

ProPublica's retraction also made clear that allegations that Haspel had "mocked the prisoner's suffering in a private conversation" were also false. (more)

Introductory Chemistry I and II (Advisory roles)
Lerner KL, Lerner BW, Rennie E, LMG-Staff ed. Introductory Chemistry I and II (Advisory roles). Intellus Learning and Macmillan Learning. [Internet]. 2018. Publisher's VersionAbstract

Advisors for Introductory college-level undergraduate courses and/or supplemental resources in Inorganic (Introductory) Chemistry I and II (online).

In partnership with subject matter experts, editors, instructors, and compliance experts.  at Intellus Learning and Macmillan Learning, LMG's editorial teams contributed to the initial  development of prototype fully customizable undergraduate introductory courses in chemistry. 

Microeconomics
Lerner KL, Lerner BW, Rennie E ed. Microeconomics. Intellus Learning and Macmillan Learning. [Internet]. 2018. Publisher's VersionAbstract

An introductory undergraduate course and/or supplemental resource. (online)

Produced by K. Lee Lerner and curated by LMG's academic subject-matter experts and editorial teams, Macroeconomics is a fully customizable undergraduate course crafted in partnership with Intellus Learning and Macmillan Learning editors, instructors, and compliance experts. Topics include: Welcome to Economics!; Choice in a World of Scarcity; Demand and Supply; Labor and Financial Markets; Elasticity; Consumer Choices; Production, Costs, and Industry Structure; Perfect Competition; Monopoly; Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly; Monopoly and Antitrust Policy; Environmental Protection and Negative Externalities; Positive Externalities and Public Goods; Labor Markets and Income; Poverty and Economic Inequality; Information, Risk, and Insurance; Financial Markets; Public Economy; International Trade; Globalization and Protectionism.

Macroeconomics
Lerner KL, Lerner BW, Rennie E ed. Macroeconomics. Intellus Learning and Macmillan Learning. [Internet]. 2018. Publisher's VersionAbstract

An introductory undergraduate course and/or supplemental resource. (online)

Produced by K. Lee Lerner and curated by LMG's academic subject-matter experts and editorial teams, Macroeconomics is a fully customizable undergraduate course crafted in partnership with Intellus Learning and Macmillan Learning editors, instructors, and compliance experts. Topics include: Welcome to Economics; Choice in a World of Scarcity; Demand and Supply; Labor and Financial Markets; Elasticity; The Macroeconomic Perspective; Economic Growth; Unemployment; Inflation; The International Trade and Capital Flows; The Aggregate Demand/Aggregate Supply Model; The Keynesian Perspective; The Neoclassical Perspective; Money and Banking; Monetary Policy and Bank Regulation; Exchange Rates and International Capital Flows; Government Budgets and Fiscal Policy; The Impacts of Government Borrowing; Macroeconomic Policy Around the World; International Trade; Globalization and Protectionism.

Environmental Science
Lerner KL, Lerner BW, Rennie E ed. Environmental Science. Intellus Learning and Macmillan Learning. [Internet]. 2018. Publisher's VersionAbstract

An introductory undergraduate course and/or supplemental resource suitable for both science and non-science majors. (online)

Produced by K. Lee Lerner and curated by LMG's academic subject-matter experts and editorial teams, Environmental Science is a fully customizable undergraduate course crafted in partnership with Intellus Learning and Macmillan Learning editors, instructors, and compliance experts. , Environmental Science draws science content from multiple disciplines and fuses emerging theories of sustainability with contemporary public policy issues. Topics include: Humanity and the Environment; The Evolution of Environmental Policy in the United States; Climate and Global Change; Biosphere; Conservation Biology and Biodiversity; Ecosystems and the Biosphere; Ecosystems; Population and Community Ecology; Water, Pollution, and Minerals; Environmental and Resource Economics; Modern Environmental Management; Sustainable Energy Systems; Problem-Solving, Metrics, and Tools for Sustainability; Ethics, Culture, and History; Sustainable Infrastructure

Microbiology
Lerner KL, Lerner BW, Rennie E ed. Microbiology. Intellus Learning and Macmillan Learning. [Internet]. 2018. Publisher's VersionAbstract

An introductory undergraduate course and/or supplemental resource for Biology majors and students concentrating in health sciences. (online)

Produced by K. Lee Lerner and curated by LMG's academic subject-matter experts and editorial teams, Microbiology is a fully customizable undergraduate course crafted in partnership with Intellus Learning and Macmillan Learning editors, instructors, and compliance experts. Topics include: An Invisible World / How We See the Invisible World; The Cell; Prokaryotic Diversity; The Eukaryotes of Microbiology; Acellular Pathogens; Microbial Biochemistry; Microbial Metabolism; Microbial Growth; Biochemistry of the Genome; Mechanisms of Microbial Genetics; Modern Applications of Microbial Genetics; Control of Microbial Growth; Antimicrobial Drugs; Microbial Mechanisms of Pathogenicity / Disease and Epidemiology; Innate Nonspecific Host Defenses; Adaptive Specific Host Defenses; Diseases of the Immune System / Laboratory Analysis of the Immune Response; Skin and Eye Infections / Respiratory System Infections; Urogenital System Infections / Digestive System Infections; Circulatory and Lymphatic System Infections / Nervous System Infections; and Useful Information and Resources.

College Biology for Non-Majors
Lerner KL, Lerner BW, Rennie E ed. College Biology for Non-Majors. Intellus Learning and Macmillan Learning. [Internet]. 2018. Publisher's VersionAbstract

An introductory undergraduate course and/or supplemental resource. (online)

Produced by K. Lee Lerner and curated by LMG's academic subject-matter experts and editorial teams, College Biology for Non-majors is a fully customizable undergraduate course crafted in partnership with Intellus Learning and Macmillan Learning editors, instructors, and compliance experts. Topics include: Introduction to Biology; Chemistry of Life; Cell Structure and Function; How Cells Obtain Energy; Photosynthesis; Reproduction at the Cellular Level; The Cellular Basis of Inheritance; Patterns of Inheritance; Molecular Biology; Biotechnology; Evolution and Its Processes; Diversity of Life; Diversity of Microbes, Fungi, and Protists; Diversity of Plants; Diversity of Animals; The Body's Systems; The Immune system and Disease; Animal Reproduction and Development; Population and Community Ecology; andEcosystems and the Biosphere; Conservation and Biodiversity.

Introductory Psychology
Lerner KL, Lerner BW, Rennie E ed. Introductory Psychology. Intellus Learning and Macmillan Learning. [Internet]. 2018. Publisher's VersionAbstract

An introductory undergraduate course and/or supplemental resource. (online)

Produced by K. Lee Lerner and curated by LMG's academic subject-matter experts and editorial teams, Introductory Psychology is a fully customizable undergraduate course crafted in partnership with Intellus Learning and Macmillan Learning editors, instructors, and compliance experts. Topics include: Introduction to Psychology; Psychological Research; Biopsychology; States of Consciousness; Sensation and Perception; Learning; Thinking and Intelligence; Memory; Lifespan Development; Emotion and Motivation; Personality; Social Psychology; Industrial-Organizational Psychology; Stress, Lifestyle, and Health; Psychological Disorders; and Therapy and Treatment.

U.S. History II (Second Semester)
Lerner AW, Lerner KL, Lerner BW, Rennie E ed. U.S. History II (Second Semester). Intellus Learning and Macmillan Learning. [Internet]. 2018. Publisher's VersionAbstract

A college-level undergraduate course and/or supplemental resource (including extensive primary source material) providing an overview of the history of the United States. (online)

Produced by K. Lee Lerner and curated by LMG's academic subject-matter experts and editorial teams, United States History II (Second Semester) is a fully customizable undergraduate course crafted in partnership with Intellus Learning and Macmillan Learning editors, instructors, and compliance experts. Topics include: Go West Young Man! Westward; Expansion, 1840-1900; Industrialization and the Rise of Big Business, 1870-1900; The Growing Pains of Urbanization, 1870-1900; Politics in the Gilded Age, 1870-1900; The Progressive Movement, 1890-1920; American Foreign Policy, 1890-1914; Americans and the Great War, 1914-1919; Redefining the Nation, 1919-1929; Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? The Great Depression, 1929-1932; Franklin Roosevelt and the New Deal, 1932-1941; Fighting the Good Fight in World War II, 1941-1945; Post-War Prosperity and Cold War Fears, 1945-1960; America in the 1960s; Political Storms at Home and Abroad, 1968-1980; From Cold War to Culture Wars, 1980-2000; and The Challenges of the Twenty-First Century.

U.S. History I (First Semester)
Lerner AW, Lerner KL, Lerner BW, Rennie E ed. U.S. History I (First Semester). Intellus Learning and Macmillan Learning. [Internet]. 2018. Publisher's VersionAbstract

A college-level undergraduate course and/or supplemental resource (including extensive primary source material) providing an overview of the history of the United States. (online)

Produced by K. Lee Lerner and curated by LMG's academic subject-matter experts and editorial teams, United States History I (First Semester) is a fully customizable undergraduate course crafted in partnership with Intellus Learning and Macmillan Learning editors, instructors, and compliance experts. Topics include: The Americas, Europe, and Africa Before 1492; The Atlantic World, 1492–1650; Colonial Societies, 1500–1700; Rule Britannia! The English Empire, 1660–1763; Imperial Reforms and Colonial Protests, 1763-1774; America's War for Independence, 1775-1783; Creating Republican Governments, 1776–1790; The New Republic, 1790–1820; Industrial Transformation in the North, 1800–1850; Jacksonian Democracy, 1820–1840; Westward Expansion, 1800–1860; The Antebellum South, 1800–1860; Antebellum Idealism and Reform Impulses, 1820–1860; The Tumultuous 1850s; The Civil War, 1860–1865; The Era of Reconstruction, 1865–1877.

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