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The Dictionary of Unitarian and Universalist Biography (DUUB) is a volunteer-run organization. We seek the help of interested researchers and writers to carry on this long term project.  

Volunteer to research and write a DUUB biography

If you would like to volunteer to research and write a biography please contact the dictionary editor  at editor@uudb.org

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We usually respond to e-mails sent to the DUUB editor address within a few days.

 

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Feel free to contact us by e-mail using the editor@uudb.org e-mail address for any other questions or concerns you might have.

Suggest a possible candidate for a DUUB biography.

If you would like to bring someone to our  attention for future consideration please get in touch.

Names submitted are for long term consideration. Biographies often take a while to research, write, and edit.

Suggestions are reviewed, prioritized, and considered for addition to the DUUB index on a multi-year basis.



Notes for Contributors

Click the links below for information and guidelines on writing a Dictionary of Unitarian and Universalist Biography entry.

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The Unitarian Universalist History & Heritage Society is happy to have ministers, archivists, historians, students and others use articles and excerpts from articles from the Dictionary of Unitarian and Universalist Biography as long as there is clear attribution. We want the DUUB to be widely useful. Because the Dictionary of Unitarian and Universalist Biography is a project of the History and Heritage Society, funded by membership dues and donations, we request that at minimum (as in a first citation in an article or book) it be described as "the Dictionary of Unitarian and Universalist Biography, an on-line resource of the Unitarian Universalist History and Heritage Society."

A second credit line should include the name of the subject of the biography and the author's name. The author's name for each DUUB biography is listed at the bottom of the article.

For use in a display, a fuller description would be appropriate: "The Dictionary of Unitarian and Universalist Biography is an on-line resource of the Unitarian Universalist History & Heritage Society, and is accessed through the UUHHS and UUA websites. The UUHHS, which collaborates with other organizations in promoting and preserving our Unitarian Universalist history and heritage, is supported by donations and membership dues. The mailing address for the UUHHS is 670 High Street, Dedham MA 02026."

Adopted 1-13-10 by the UUHS Board.

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