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I have copyright permission from Lucy Cobbe who oversees the Perkins website and Valerie Karras: I hope this will unblock Valerie's page!
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This article was originally taken from Dr. Karras' [http://www.smu.edu/theology/people/karras.html SMU Perkins Faculty Page] and has been posted here with permission. — [[User:FrJohn|<b>FrJohn</b>]] ([http://www.orthodoxwiki.org/User_talk:FrJohn&action=edit&section=new talk])
 
 
Mr. Tsichlis:
 
 
You are hereby granted permission to copy the text only from the following web page http://www.smu.edu/theology/people/karras.html and no other. If you wish to copy Prof. Karras' curriculum vitae or biographical introduction, you should obtain permission directly from Ms. Karras.
 
 
Lucy Cobbe
 
 
Lucy Cobbe
 
Webmaster
 
Perkins School of Theology
 
Southern Methodist University
 
P O Box 750133
 
 
 
and Also from Valerie Karras: Chris,
 
 
You have my permission to copy and post on OrthodoxWiki my curriculum vitae and biography.  Please let me know if you need something more formal than this e-mail.
 
 
Valerie
 
 
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Valerie A. Karras, Th.D., Ph.D.
 
Assistant Professor of Church History
 
Perkins School of Theology
 
Southern Methodist University
 
204 Selecman Hall
 
5915 Bishop Boulevard
 
P.O. Box 750133
 
Dallas, TX  75275-0133
 
(214) 768-1400 (office)
 
(214) 768-1042 (fax)
 
 
 
I don't know if I am actually talking to anyone.
 
This is my cousin's biography - she doesn't mind that this goes up - how do I make it "official" so there are no copyright problem
 
 
 
: Just indicate that you have permission to use this text. That's all there is to it!  :)  {{User:ASDamick/sig}} 18:38, April 4, 2006 (CDT)
 
 
 
::We also need to know if this material would keep the original copyright or be submitted under the normal OrthodoxWiki terms. Sorry to be a drag, but we need to be careful about these things. Thanks for your work, though. {{User:FrJohn/sig}}
 

Latest revision as of 20:42, September 4, 2006

This article was originally taken from Dr. Karras' SMU Perkins Faculty Page and has been posted here with permission. — FrJohn (talk)