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From: Robert Hughes <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] JoGG announces a new editor: Dr. Turi King
Date: Mon, 18 Jun 2012 10:02:59 -0400
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This, of course, is what Brian was alluding to earlier. It is some of
the best news for genetic genealogy to come along in a long time.
Congratulations to Ann, the JOGG origination and to Turi King. Now, if
Turi can get Simon James to pen an article, that would be icing on the
cake. Simon brings imagination to any study of genetics.
Regards, Robert
Einstein once said ‘Imagination is more important than knowledge.
Knowledge is limited, imagination encircles the world.”

On 6/18/12, Ann Turner <> wrote:
> The editorial board of the Journal of Genetic Genealogy (JoGG) is very
> pleased to announce that Dr. Turi King has accepted the position of editor.
> Dr. King's PhD thesis topic was *The relationship between British surnames
> and Y-chromosomal haplotypes* and she is also co-author (with George
> Redmonds and David Hey) of the book *Surnames, DNA and Family
> History*<>;.
> Dr. King is currently a Research Associate in the Department of Genetics at
> the University of Leicester, where she is the manager for an
> interdisciplinary project The Impact of Diasporas in the Making of
> Britain<>;.
> The scope of that project makes her familiar with many aspects of genetic
> genealogy. More details about her background and interests can be found at
> Dr. King will assume her duties in the fall. In the meantime, prospective
> authors may send manuscripts to me so they will be in
> the pipeline when she begins the process of sending articles out for peer
> review. The current guidelines are in Instructions for
> Authors<>;,
> although Dr. King is at liberty to revise these. Our goal is to make JoGG a
> respected and even a favored destination for authors and readers alike.
> Ann Turner
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