James McDonald is Fellow of the Royal Geographic Society, and
holds a number of professional qualifications. He holds an MA
in mathematics from Oxford University, and an MSc in Operational
Research from Sussex University, and lives in the South of France.
James McDonald is the author of the following works.
Constable, 1984; Franklin Watts (March, 1985). ISBN 978-0094652507
Business Problems by Simulation
(co-author) McGraw-Hill, 1988
of Obscenity, Taboo and Euphemism
Sphere, 1988; Time Warner Paperbacks (1989)
Belief: Two Thousand Years of Bad Faith in the Christian Church
Voltaire's work on
the Wars against the Cathars of the Languedoc
James McDonald has also written government reports, magazine
articles, and a regular column for the Sunday Express in
Wordly Wise was adapted into a national weekly BBC radio
program in the UK (Wordly Wise on Radio 4).
A Dictionary of Obscenity, Taboo and Euphemism was reprinted
by Sphere in 1989, and has been reprinted again by Wordsworth
under the title The
Wordsworth Dictionary of Obscenity and Taboo
He also created andmaintains the websites shown on the left.