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Dimitry Anastakis teaches history at Trent University. His current research project examines the political economy of the Canadian auto industry in the 1970s and 1980s.

Frances W. Kaye teaches Great Plains and Native American Studies at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She has twice been a Fulbright Professor at the University of Calgary. Her publications include Hiding the Audience: Viewing Arts and Arts Institutions on the Prairies (2003), which includes two long chapters on the Glenbow Museum.

Willeen Keough is an assistant professor of history at Simon Fraser University. Her research interests include gender, ethnicity, communal violence, and cultural memory, and her writings have appeared in scholarly journals and anthologies. Her monograph The Slender Thread: Irish Women on the Southern Avalon, 1750–1860 was published in 2006 by Columbia University Press as part of its Gutenberg-e Series.

Meera Nair is a doctoral candidate with the School of Communication at Simon Fraser University. Her research interests lie in the intersection of cultural policy and technology, with particular emphasis upon copyright law.

Melanie Niemi-Bohun is a doctoral candidate in the Department of History and Classics at the University of Alberta.


Dimitry Anastakis enseigne l'histoire à l'Université Trent. Ses recherches actuelles portent sur l'économie politique de l'industrie automobile canadienne dans les années 1970 et 1980.

Frances W. Kaye enseigne en études des Plaines et des Amérindiens à l'université de Nebraska-Lincoln. Elle a été deux fois professeure invitée à l'Université de Calgary dans le cadre du programme Fulbright. Elle a publié entre autres Hiding the Audience: Viewing Arts and Arts Institutions on the Prairies (2003), ouvrage qui comporte deux longs chapitres sur le Glenbow Museum de Calgary.

Willeen Keough est professeure adjointe au département d'histoire de l'Université Simon Fraser. Ses travaux sur le genre, l'ethnicité, la violence intercommunautaire et la mémoire culturelle sont parus dans des revues savantes et des ouvrages collectifs. En 2006, elle a [End Page 211] publié The Slender Thread: Irish Women on the Southern Avalon, 1750-1860, un ouvrage de la collection «Gutemberg-e » de Columbia University Press, en libre accès sur Internet.

Meera Nair est candidate au doctorat en communication à l'Université Simon Fraser. Elle étudie les rapports entre les politiques culturelles et la technologie, notamment en ce qui concerne le droit d'auteur.

Melanie Niemi-Bohun est candidate au doctorat au département d'histoire et d'études classiques de l'Université de l'Alberta. [End Page 212]



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