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The ECAB consists of 29 young, energetic, active researchers in fields broadly related to the topics relevant to BAE. They are affiliated with academic institutions from various countries. They will provide advice and assistance to BAE editors/publisher on all aspects of BAE operations. You wouldn’t expect the culture wars to invade the court of women’s college basketball. But in these times, rife with shouting heads and manufactured grievance, here we are.