Guest Notewriters

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Michael Adamson (check out his home page) is a historical consultant and lecturer throughout the Cal-State University system. His notes at NOL can be found here.

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Jesper Ahlin (follow him on Twitter; check out his blog) has notes at NOL that can be found here.

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Amar Aly (follow him on Twitter; check out his personal homepage) has notes at NOL that can be found here.

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Jonathan Bean is a Professor of History at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale. Check out his notes at NOL here.

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Nicolás Cachanosky (personal homepage; check out his blog) is an Associate Professor of Economics at Metropolitan State University-Denver and a native Argentinian. You can check out his notes at NOL here.

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Ed Cotter’s notes at NOL are here.

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Kyle Dix (check out his personal homepage) has notes at NOL that can be found here.

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Fred Foldvary (check out his homepage) is a co-founder of NOL and a lecturer in economics at San Jose State. You can find his notes at NOL here and here.

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Nick Fong’s notes at NOL are here.

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Payam Ghorbanian (follow him on Twitter) is a MA candidate in Political Science at San Francisco State University. Payam was born in Tehran, Iran. He got his BS in Engineering from Zanjan University in Zanjan, Iran. His ongoing research is in the field of comparative government and Iranian foreign policy. He is now living in San Jose, California.

You can find his notes here (and here, here, here, and here as well).

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Ryan Gorham has notes at NOL that can be found here.

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Evgeniy Grigorjev (follow him on Twitter; check out his personal website) received his M.Sc. in engineering from Baltiysky State Technical University in 2010 where he specialized in automatisation. He likes to study the Norsk language and everything that can be called “foreign spirit”: the way foreign people live, think, speak, and interact with each other. In addition to devoting his spare time to studying all things foreign, Evgeniy likes to read, write, blog and learn how to play on different musical instruments, but his true passion is the “spirit of other world.” He is very interested in everything that happens in other countries. He currently resides in Saint Petersburg, Russia.

You can find his notes at NOL here.

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Tibor Machan generously shared some his notes with NOL here.

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Adam Magoon is an on-again, off-again student focusing on history and economics. First introduced to libertarianism in 2009, he quickly became fascinated with the history of libertarianism, stretching from the individualists of antiquity to Ron Paul today. His own history has been wrought by individualist personalities and, due to his blue-collar heritage, one of his passions is destroying the myth that capitalism is harmful to the working class. Other pursuits include amateur astronomy, cooking, writing short stories, and exploring the beautiful scenery of upstate New York.

You can find his notes at NOL here and here.

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Henry Moore (follow him on Twitter; check out his blog) is a non-academic blogger and liberty hacktivist. Born, raised, and currently residing in the great state of Montana, he does what he can to keep things going. Having good family, friends and a church certainly help. He’s done everything from construction to sales to press releases. In his spare time, apart from blogging, Hank is an avid collector (heck, he reads them too, sometimes) of non-fiction books. And, when he can get away from a screen or a paperback or a notebook, is frequently seen in the great outdoors. Always scheming, never getting anything done. He prefers medium-rare steak, deontological ethics and praxeology.

You can find his notes at NOL here.

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Dave Nielsen (personal website) has notes at NOL that can be found here.

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Guillermo Pineda (follow him on Twitter) is an active leader of the fight for government transparency, anti-corruption, and the elimination of government privileges in Guatemala. Check out his notes at NOL here.

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Audrey Redford (personal website) is currently a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics at Texas Tech University. Her notes at NOL can be found here.

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Mike Reid (follow him on Twitter) teaches anthropology at the University of Winnipeg. His writing on news, anthropology, and history has appeared in the Freeman, Whiskey and Gunpowder, Heartland’s FIRE Policy and News, the Mises Daily, and Ontario History. Mike also manages publishing projects for libertarian clients at InvisibleOrder.com.

You can find his notes at NOL here.

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Louis Anthony (L.A.) Repucci (check out his blog) has notes at NOL that can be found here.

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Andrew Roth (follow him on Twitter; check out his blog) was raised in the San Francisco Bay Area through the third grade and on the periphery of the Pennsylvania Dutch Country for the remainder of his childhood. He graduated from Dickinson College in 2006 with a BS in geology and history. Since graduation, he has bounced back and forth, sometimes too often, between the East and West Coasts, partly for work and partly to stay in touch with relatives and friends who are ensconced at opposite ends of the country. He has worked as a seasonal amusement park flunky, an environmental consultant, a post-hurricane reconstruction volunteer, and, most recently, as the de facto assistant manager of a noncommercial vineyard and winery.

You can find his notes at NOL here.

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Claudio Shikida (personal website)  teaches economics at IBMEC-Minas Gerais in Brazil. He blogs at De gustibus non est disputandum. His ongoing scholarly research includes public choice theory, incentives in the academy, the economics of conflict, economic history, and macroeconomic analysis.

You can find his notes at NOL here and here.

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Matthew Strebe (check out his blog) is currently traveling the world. You can find his very popular notes at NOL here.

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