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A huge thank you to Viviana Zelizer

posted by Debb Thorne

At the risk of sounding a bit silly, I am reminded of the old adage "All good things must end," as I write a sincere thank you to Viviana Zelizer for her wonderful guest blogs this past week. For years I have admired her work, so when Bob asked for recommendations for guest bloggers, I jumped at the chance to invite Viviana. I was thrilled when she agreed. You see, I believe that the link between sociology and law should be strengthened--both disciplines have much to offer one another. Without a doubt, Viviana's contributions have demonstrated our disciplines' commonalities. I have learned much from Viviana this past week; I expect that you have done the same. And if we're lucky, maybe she will agree to post on Credit Slips again.


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