Correcting mistaken spelling in published acknowledgements
Feed your inner narcissist.
Acknowledgements and other matter may be among the hardest things to proof read. It is not surprising that mistakes sneak through.
This wiki seeks to provide a mechanism to connect names to the published sources that sought to acknowledge them.
I provide some examples to get things going
|Published Name||Correct Name||Source Reference||Link||Notes|
|Scott McEachern||Scott MacEachern||Our iron smelting 14C dates from Central Africa: from a plain appointment to a full blown relationship B Clist, p27||Academia|
|David Zeityln||David Zeitlyn||Casely-Hayford, G., J.T. Fargion & M. Wallace (eds.) 2015. West Africa: word, symbol, song London: British Library. p9||BL Shop|
|David Zeitlin||David Zeitlyn||Brown, P.B. & S.C. Levinson 1987. Introduction to the reissue: a review of recent work. In Politeness: some Universals in Language Use, 1-54. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p51||Googlebooks|
|Jacques Touselle||Jacques Toussele||Gott, Suzanne, et al.2017. African-Print Fashion Now! A Story of Taste, Globalization, and Style. African Arts 50 (1):42-59.
DOI: 10.1162/AFAR_a_00331. Photo caption to image 18 p50
|MIT press online by subscription|
|Jacques Touselle||Jacques Toussele||African-Print Fashion Now!: A Story of Taste, Globalization, and Style. Eds. Suzanne Gott, Kristyne S. Loughran, Betsy D. Quick, Leslie W. Rabine
Fowler Museum at UCLA, 2017 p 133-7
|David Zeitlin||David Zeitlyn||African-Print Fashion Now!: A Story of Taste, Globalization, and Style. Eds. Suzanne Gott, Kristyne S. Loughran, Betsy D. Quick, Leslie W. Rabine
Fowler Museum at UCLA, 2017 p133 and p 293 bibliography