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4 Wikipedians (seated) pursue consensus on a Talk Page, to the bemusement of a reader (standing, second from right), while another Wikipedian (far left) works on categories.

Among the pages below, I'm especially pleased to have written pages about:
*Simonie Michael
*Numerical linear algebra
*A nearly total rewrite of political party
*Qapik Attagutsiak
*Louise Overacker
*Hanes Walton Jr.
*Berge equilibrium
*Gender and politics
*Andriamihaja – pretty amazing to find a historical national prime minister without a page in 2021.
If you're interested in any of those subjects, I really encourage you to take a look and see what you can improve.
Do you know about this?
When I translate a page from frwiki or ptwiki, I typically will read the page and translate it mentally, and then I may use assisted translation tools if there's something I don't understand. I am typically confident in these translations, and if you see changes between the original text and my English text, it's probably something I introduced deliberately. Usually in these cases I feel that my translation is a better representation of the original sources. Whenever I translate from any other romance language, I first use assisted translation tools, and I try to resolve any ambiguities or clearly incorrect lines by reading the original text and comparing it to my knowledge of French, Portuguese, and Latin. Typically I can be very confident in the result; with a lot of time and thinking I can almost completely understand written Spanish, Italian, Galician, Catalan, Romansh, and other similar languages. So again in cases of translations from these languages, any changes from the original text are likely deliberate. Similarly, some languages are close enough to English that I can understand some of the text if I really focus on it; most notably, English speakers who focus hard on a Dutch or Germanic text will find they can get some meaning from it. However, I can rarely do better than Google Translate in understanding information from these pages. So if I differ from the original text in a translation from French, Portuguese, or a closely related romance language, I simply encourage you to check the original source and see why I might have made that change before concluding that it's a mistake. But if I differ from the text in any other translation, it's quite fair to first assume that it was just a mistake introduced by machine translation tools that I didn't have the language knowledge to catch.
Boris Tsirelson זיכרונו לברכה, a prolific mathematician on Wikipedia as User:Tsirel, and a very efficient teacher.

Pages I created[edit]

Social scientists (political scientists unless otherwise noted):

231. Marian Irish 230. Mary M. Lepper 229. Marian Elizabeth Ridgeway 228. Marjorie Ruth Dilley 227. Marcia Lynn Whicker 226. Rita Nealon Cooley 225. Virginia Emerson Lewis 224. Jacqueline DeLaat 223. Evelyn Paniagua Stevens (Latin American and women's studies scholar) 222. Betty Nesvold 221. Ruth Lawson 220. Gladys Kammerer 219. Vivien Hart 218. Harriet Berger 217. Susette Talarico 216. Barbara Hinckley 215. Miriam Mills 214. Cecelia Kenyon 213. Twiley Barker 212. Marjorie Lansing 211. Rodney Higgins 210. E. Walter Miles 209. Carol Weiss 208. Phoebe Nahanni (a geographer) 207. Rita Mae Kelly 206. Judith A. Baer 205. Nancy McGlen 204. Barbara J. Nelson 203. Catherine Rudder 202. Barbara Burrell 201. Cheryl Koopman 200. Maritza Montero 199. Roberta Sigel 198. Nancy Wang Yuen (a sociologist) 197. Diane Blair 196. Yvonne Seon (an African and African American studies scholar) 195. Colette Capriles 194. Monika Płatek (a legal scholar) 193. Barbara Labuda (a philologist) 192. Marianne Thyrring 191. Agnieszka Dudzińska (a sociologist) 190. William David Chappelle III (a music theorist) 189. Arlien Johnson 188. Ahilan Arulanantham (a lawyer and legal scholar) 187. Rami Nashashibi (a sociologist and Muslim studies scholar) 186. Thomas W. Mitchell (a legal scholar) 185. Constanze Stelzenmüller (an IR analyst) 184. Àngels Martínez Castells (an economist, Es translation) 183. Erika Fairchild 182. Dina Zinnes 181. Ruth C. Silva 180. Edna Paisano (a demographer and statistician) 179. Zofia Celińska (an economist, Pl translation) 178. Maria Marván Laborde 177. Iryna Bekeshkina (a sociologist) 176. Teresa Rakowska-Harmstone (Pl translation) 175. Nathalie Tocci 174. Małgorzata Tarasiewicz (Pl translation) 173. Miriam Budiardjo 172. Louise Holborn 171. Rebecca Adler-Nissen (Da translation) 170. Ragnhild Stolt-Nielsen (No translation) 169. Helga Henselder-Barzel (De translation) 168. Máriam Martínez-Bascuñán (Es translation) 167. Edurne Uriarte (Es translation) 166. Manca Košir (a philologist/journalism scholar) 165. Marlene Wind 164. Marija Golubeva 163. Zsuzsa Ferge (a sociologist) 162. Carolina Bescansa (Es translation) 161. Martin Edzodzomo-Ela (an economist) 160. Fauziya Bayramova (a historian) 159. Lilit Galstyan 158. Nerea Barjola 157. Amaia Pérez Orozco (an economist) 156. Ágnes Vadai 155. Grażyna Bernatowicz 154. Márta Demeter 153. Fania Noël‎ 152. Jennifer Mercieca (a communications professor) 151. Vanesa Cejudo (a sociologist, ostensibly Es translation) 150. Clifford M. Lytle 149. K. Tsianina Lomawaima B-Class article 148. David E. Wilkins 147. Lorena Parini (Fr translation) 146. Louis Moore (historian) (a historian) 145. Rasma Kārkliņa 144. Olena Parkhomchuk (Uk translation) 143. Layna Mosley 142. Nur Omarov 141. Susan Franceschet 140. Zholbors Zhorobekov 139. Michael K. Fauntroy B-Class article 138. Deborah Schildkraut 137. Alphonse Maindo B-Class article 136. Nadmidyn Bayartsaikhan 135. Natalia Mehlman Petrzela (a historian) 134. Aitkul Samakova 133. Mamoudou Gazibo 132. John Makumbe 131. Veronika Kalmus (a sociologist, Et translation) 130. Gemma Ubasart (Es translation) 129. Betilde Muñoz-Pogossian (Es translation) 128. Dina Bousselham (Ca translation) 127. Solange Paiva Vieira (an economist, Pt translation) 126. DYK questionmark icon.svg Esther Pineda G (a sociologist, Es translation) 125. Teija Tiilikainen (Ca translation) 124. Gertruda Uścińska (Pl translation) 123. Olena Koppel (Uk translation) 122. Marisa von Bülow 121. Judith Stiehm B-Class article 120. Kristin Bumiller 119. Aloysius-Michaels Nnabugwu Okolie 118. Mary Margaret Conway 117. Béatrice Hibou (Fr translation) 116. Kali Nicole Gross (a historian) B-Class article 115. Leslie M. Harris (a historian) B-Class article 114. Daina Ramey Berry (a historian) 113. Marie-Anne Cohendet (Fr translation) 112. Martha S. Jones (a historian) 111. Hélène Hatzfeld (Fr translation) 110. Melissa Thomasson (an economist) 109. Eva G. T. Green 108. Géraldine Muhlmann (Fr translation) 107. Rivka Weinberg (a philosopher) 106. Ganesh Sitaraman (a legal scholar) B-Class article 105. Melissa Deckman 104. Lilly Goren 103. Louise Overacker B-Class article 102. Shireen Hassim 101. Alyson Cole 100. Women Are Boring (a research platform) 99. Roberta Guerrina 98. Karen Stenner 97. Nicole Hemmer (a historian) 96. Alexandra Goujon (Fr translation) 95. Réjane Sénac (Fr translation) 94. Lisa Baldez 93. Women also know stuff (a scholar database) 92. Melissa Schwartzberg B-Class article 91. Dana Burde 90. Jacqui True B-Class article 89. Karen Mossberger 88. Frédérique Matonti (Fr translation) 87. Catherine Wihtol de Wenden (Fr translation) 86. Anne de Tinguy (Fr translation) 85. Willard Johnson (political scientist) 84. Ruth Mandel 83. Maria Stephan 82. DYK questionmark icon.svg Julia Azari 81. Louise Chappell 80. Mona Lena Krook 79. Kim Weeden (a sociologist) 78. DYK questionmark icon.svg Neil Malhotra 77. Mariam Abou Zahab (Fr translation) 76. Annie Laurent‎ (Fr translation) 75. Christina Wolbrecht 74. Nonna Mayer (Fr translation) 73. Louise Dandurand (Fr translation) 72. Martha Ackelsberg 71. Mary Fainsod Katzenstein 70. Minion K. C. Morrison 69. John Ishiyama 68. Orit Kedar 67. Vera Troeger 66. Brett Ashley Leeds 65. Lyn Ragsdale 64. DYK questionmark icon.svg Kristin Goss 63. Ada Finifter 62. Eileen McDonagh 61. Malinda S. Smith 60. Jane Junn 59. Kathie Stromile Golden 58. Shelby F. Lewis 57. Mae C. King 56. Susan J. Carroll 55. DYK questionmark icon.svg Elizabeth Theiss-Morse 54. Kristi Andersen 53. Frances McCall Rosenbluth 52. Jan Leighley 51. Jean C. Oi 50. Clara Penniman 49. Melissa R. Michelson 48. Michele Betsill 47. Leslie McCall 46. Lisa Martin (political scientist) 45. Caroline Tolbert 44. Wendy Rahn 43. Judith Goldstein (political scientist) 42. Pamela Conover 41. Holli Semetko 40. Virginia Gray (political scientist) 39. Myriam Benraad (Fr translation) 38. Pap Ndiaye (a historian, Fr translation) 37. Juliet Hooker 36. Michael Hanchard 35. Marie-Christine Kessler (Fr translation) 34. Évelyne Pisier (Fr translation) 33. Louise Toupin (Fr translation) 32. Marion Orr (political scientist) 31. Valérie Igounet (Fr translation) 30. Michael Dawson (political scientist) 29. Mariette Sineau (Fr translation) 28. Hanes Walton Jr. B-Class article 27. Maria Hermínia Tavares de Almeida (Pt translation) 26. Flávia Biroli (Pt translation) 25. Leonie Huddy 24. Karthick Ramakrishnan 23. Deborah Bräutigam 22. Valerie Jane Bunce 21. Mala Htun 20. Evelyne Huber 19. Rosana Pinheiro-Machado (an anthropologist) 18. Margaret Keck 17. Irene S. Rubin 16. Elisabeth Gidengil 15. Nadia E. Brown 14. Elisabeth Jean Wood 13. Denise Walsh 12. Dara Strolovitch 11. Valeria Sinclair-Chapman 10. Julie Novkov 9. Kelly Kadera 8. Clarissa Rile Hayward 7. Michelle Dion 6. Lisa García Bedolla 5. Fernando Limongi (Pt translation) 4. Sharon Wright Austin 3. S. Laurel Weldon 2. Donald E. Stokes 1. Kay Lehman Schlozman B-Class article

Northern, Inuit, & First Nations topics:

10. Juliana Cardoso (Pt translation) 9. Murray Angus 8. Qapik Attagutsiak B-Class article 7. Aasiva 6. James V. Scott 5. Becky Han 4. Eastern Arctic 3. DYK questionmark icon.svg Simonie Michael 2. 31st Legislature of Yukon 1. List of Nunavut Legislative Assemblies

Other main space pages:

61. DYK questionmark icon.svg Mont Tremblant Conference 60. Abraham Solomon Freidus 59. Andriamihaja 58. Jan Hamber 57. Marisa Serrano 56. Janete Pietá 55. Marianna Iorio (Fr translation) 54. Carmela Grippa (Fr translation) 53. Giorgia Latini (Fr translation) 52. Mara Lapia (Fr translation) 51. Roberta Alaimo (Fr translation) 50. Silvia Benedetti (Fr translation) 49. Ingrid Bisa (Fr translation) 48. Carmela Bucalo (Fr translation) 47. Gender and politics 46. Toraichi Kono 45. Danuta Kuroń (Pl translation) 44. Diane Ducret 43. Kitty Wilson-Evans 42. Simona Suriano (Fr translation) 41. Maria Pallini (Fr translation) 40. Arianna Lazzarini (Fr translation) 39. Edna Reed Clayton DeWees 38. Olivia Santana 37. Ylenja Lucaselli 36. Gloria Saccani Jotti (Fr translation) 35. Celeste D'Arrando (Fr translation) 34. Anna Lisa Baroni (Fr translation) 33. Vittoria Baldino (Fr translation) 32. Angela Ianaro (Fr translation) 31. Valentina Corneli (Fr translation) 30. Yolanda Domínguez (Ca translation) 29. Pepca Kardelj 28. Eulàlia Reguant (Es translation) 27. Jeanne Barseghian (Fr translation) B-Class article 26. Mary Jarrett White 25. Nevena Georgieva (Ro translation) 24. Sol Sánchez 23. Mercedes Lourdes Frias 22. Rodjaraeg Wattanapanit 21. Bárbara de Alencar (Pt translation) 20. Maurice Kilgore 19. State Prize of Ukraine in Science and Technology 18. Diana Kinnert (Ostensibly a De translation) 17. Margaret Morton (photographer) 16. Aminata Koné (Fr translation) 15. Zora Martin-Felton 14. Sandra Abd'Allah-Alvarez Ramírez (Es translation) 13. Sarah Soilihi (Fr translation) 12. Hadija Haruna-Oelker (De translation) 11. Hezekiah Grice B-Class article 10. Lúcia Guimarães (Ostensibly a Pt translation) 9. Corrine Sparks 8. Anna Ptaszynski 7. DYK questionmark icon.svg Berge equilibrium 6. James Harkin (podcaster) 5. Erin Gloria Ryan 4. Tara McGowan 3. John D. Biggers 2. Kent Carlsson (politician) 1. Jon Lovett


25. Category:Midlands Technical College alumni (& 1st page in cat) 24. Category:Prairie View A&M University faculty 23. Category:Ecuadorian political scientists 22. Category:Afghan political scientists 21. Category:Guatemalan political scientists 20. Category:Bissau-Guinean political scientists 19. Category:Chadian political scientists 18. Category:Ethiopian political scientists‎ 17. Category:Kyrgyzstani political scientists (& 1st page in cat) 16. Category:Democratic Republic of the Congo political scientists (& 1st page in cat) 15. Category:Mongolian political scientists (& 1st page in cat) 14. Category:Nicaraguan political scientists (& 1st page in cat) 13. Category:Dominican Republic political scientists 12. Category:Nigerien political scientists (& 1st page in cat) 11. Category:Zimbabwean political scientists (& 1st page in cat) 10. Category:Malawian political scientists 9. Category:Ugandan political scientists 8. Category:Tajikistani political scientists 7. Category:Mauritanian political scientists 6. Category:Cypriot political scientists 5. Category:Croatian political scientists 4. Category:Iraqi political scientists 3. Category:Sammarinese historians 2. Category:Sammarinese political scientists 1. Category:Venezuelan political scientists (& 1st page in cat)

I try to track pages I wrote that have been rated B-Class article class so that I can easily see which pages might be good candidates to try to improve to GA.

Some pages I made major contributions to[edit]

Brought (or helped bring) to Good Article:

Sarah Cooper (Start-Class article ) Skathi (moon) (Stub-Class article )

Other assessment change:

Tabata Amaral (Start-Class article B-Class article) Elizabeth F. Cohen (Start-Class article C-Class article) Numerical linear algebra (Stub-Class article C-Class article) Mumilaaq Qaqqaq ( Start-Class article C-Class article) ACRONYM (Non-profit) ( Start-Class article) Aude Bono-Vandorme (Fr translation) (Stub-Class article Start-Class article)

No assessment change:

Lucius Barker Political science Jane Green (political scientist) Osagie Obasogie List of Jewish American activists Danièle Obono Claude Bourgelat Tera Hunter Merle Black Dominique Anglade Germán Suárez Flamerich Nagoum Yamassoum Gloria Álvarez Rashid Alimov José Gil Fortoul Nancy L. Rosenblum Matthew Søberg Shugart Anita Isaacs Victoria Schuck Victoria Schuck Award Aili M. Tripp Jacquelin Holzman Law of the unconscious statistician List of chemists List of political scientists List of the first LGBT holders of political offices Political party Speaker of the Yukon Legislative Assembly Stone butch


Meir Blinken

Pages I took photos for

University of Michigan School for Environment and Sustainability Tower Plaza (Ann Arbor, Michigan) Ann Arbor Railroad (1988) University of Michigan Coliseum University of Michigan College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Labadie Collection Cooperative Institute for Great Lakes Research Angell Hall Observatory University of Alaska Press Troth Yeddha'

Other accounts[edit]

  • From 11 January 2009 to 2 January 2015 I edited (very occasionally) as User:Darth Wombat. The best thing I did on that account was a bit of very early work on Gliese 581g. I also registered an account under my real name, which at the time I thought I would have occasion to use, but which I now do not ever plan to use. I also did many years of copy editing as an IP because I didn't really care whether or not I was logged in.
  • I have done tiny incremental bits of either basic maintenance work or BLP corrections under the same username at The French Wikipedia, The Portuguese Wikipedia, The Spanish Wikipedia, The Polish Wikipedia, The Javanese Wikipedia, and of course lots of cross-language connections at WikiData.

Various things I've done[edit]

Magnificent awards/snacks/pets[edit]

Mary Wollstonecraft by John Opie (c. 1797).jpg Mary Wollstonecraft Award
On behalf of WP:WPWW, thank you for your recent new article on Melissa Schwartzberg, author of Counting the Many, which received the 2016 Spitz Prize. Rosiestep (talk) 17:32, 30 April 2020 (UTC)

political sciences and Inuit singing

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Thank you for quality articles about women such as Kay Lehman Schlozman, Elizabeth Theiss-Morse, Lyn Ragsdale and Aasiva, for translations from French, for service from 2007, for remembering Boris Tsirelson, - you are an awesome Wikipedian!

Export hell seidel steiner.png Thanks for creating the article on Wendy Rahn. AugusteBlanqui (talk) 21:37, 24 February 2020 (UTC)
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For all the work you do, especially on biographies! Kj cheetham (talk) 12:59, 28 November 2020 (UTC)
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A kitten for you!
I know, you don't know me, but I just wanted to say, people like you made my life a lot easier ArriehM (talk) 00:08, 6 December 2020 (UTC)
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You have really made a big difference to our coverage of women this year, Astrophobe, with over 260 new biographies of women over the past 12 months, all well presented and informative. We look forward to more along the same lines in 2021. --Ipigott (talk) 11:46, 22 December 2020 (UTC)
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Saw your Women in Red post. Exceptional work this year! Essentially triple the number of articles I've been able to create in seven years. Hope you'll keep up the hard work in the new year. :) — Bilorv (talk) 14:01, 22 December 2020 (UTC)
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Thank you for your continued service adding to Wikipedia throughout 2020. - Cdjp1 (talk) 13:25, 25 December 2020 (UTC)
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I'm not the right person to take it for its GA review but I've just seen your work on Political party and it's very much appreciated, excellent stuff: a good read and I hope it'll get GA at some point soon. — Bilorv (talk) 08:09, 13 June 2021 (UTC)
This editor is a Tutnum and is entitled to display this Book of Knowledge.

My major COIs[edit]

  • Hans P. Eugster was my grandfather, and Elaine Koppelman was my step-grandmother. I am also distantly related to Paul Radin and Max Radin.
  • My livelihood is supported by the University of Michigan, where I am regularly paid through National Science Foundation grants. Walter Mebane and Scott E. Page were members of my dissertation committee. I have also worked at Catalist and Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research.
  • I co-founded the Canadian branch of the Students for the Exploration and Development of Space, and I used to run the Ottawa-Carleton Educational Space Simulation. Circa 2010, before I knew the concept of a conflict of interest (and frankly during a very different era here on Wikipedia), I did some pretty suspicious edits on the OCESS page.
  • I have met, volunteered for, and donated money to several public officeholders and candidates in both Ottawa, Ontario and Ann Arbor, Michigan. I do not edit articles about politicians I have donated time or money to, about their direct opponents, or about policies which are centrally associated with them.
  • I am a political scientist (among other things) who is, at the time of writing this, probably the most prolific writer about political scientists on Wikipedia. As a hard rule, I do not write about people I know. I also do not write about political scientists who are affiliated with the same institution(s) that I am at the time of writing, regardless of whether or not I personally know them, because it's plausible that my personal interests in advancing my institution(s) would colour the way that I write about people who also work there. On very rare occasions, I have introduced citations to research that was conducted by people I know; I only do this when I sincerely believe those are the best citations for the claim that is being referenced (I believe this is actually unavoidable for any editor who also has spent a certain amount of time with subject area experts). But if you revert an edit that you suspect of being such an addition, please let me know, and if I do indeed know the person being cited, then I promise not to challenge your revert, on the assumption that my perspective is clouded by the fact that I know the author.

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