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Andrea Beverley is a recent doctoral graduate from the Université de Montréal and she will be the FQRSC Postdoctoral Fellow 2013-2015 at the Centre for Canadian Studies at Mount Allison University. She researches and teaches on topics at the intersections of Canadian studies, gender studies, and literary studies.
Ryan Bowie is a doctoral candidate in the Faculty of Environmental Studies at York University. His research focusses on land planning conflicts in Northern Ontario where the self-determination, cultural resurgence and development priorities of First Nations are expressed through planning processes.
Arielle Dylan is an assistant professor of Social Work at St. Thomas University in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Her scholarly and research areas include First Nations realities, Roma issues, transnational practices, mental health and addictions, environmental and social justice, and critical pedagogy. She has published in the area of environmental social work, eco-social justice and spirituality, transnational social work, group work, direct practice, and First Nations issues.
Darcy Ingram teaches in the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Ottawa.
Ernie Lightman is a professor emeritus of Social Policy at the University of Toronto. He has published widely in both scholarly outlets and the popular media and is the author of Social Policy in Canada (Oxford University Press, 2003). For the past seven years he has been principal investigator of a series of SSHRC-funded projects known collectively as SANE (Social Assistance in the New Economy).
Peter McCormick is a professor and chair of the Department of Political Science at the University of Lethbridge. His research has centred on appeal court decision-making in general and the Supreme Court of Canada in particular.
David Meren is an assistant professor in the Département d’histoire of the Université de Montréal. His book, With Friends Like These: Entangled Nationalism and the Canada-Quebec-France Triangle, 1944-1970, was published in 2012 with University of British Columbia Press.
Jeffrey Monaghan is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Sociology at Queen’s University. His master of arts research focussed on North-West Mounted Police policing strategies in the North-West during the mid-1880s. [End Page 256]
Bora Plumptre is a recent graduate of the Departments of History and Philosophy at McGill University. His research interests include Canadian and American foreign policy, the history of environmental thought, and the frameworks of international order.
Sylvain Rheault, professeur associé à l’Université de Regina, se spécialise dans la littérature française du XXe siècle (et plus particulièrement les textes touchant le combat), la rhétorique, la stylistique ainsi que la bande dessinée de toutes les cultures théoriques sont la rhétorique et la stylistique.
Bartholemew Smallboy has a Master of Business Administration and is a third-year Bachelor of Laws candidate at Ludlow Hall at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton, New Brunswick. His interests include critical race theory and Aboriginal Law, particularly the doctrine of the duty to consult and accommodate in addition to impact and benefit agreements.
Tracy Ware has taught Romanticism, American literature, Postcolonial literature, and Canadian literature at the University of Western Ontario, Dalhousie, Bishop’s, and Queen’s. He has published on Wordsworth, Byron, Shelley, Poe, Trilling, Naipaul, Keneally, and various aspects of Canadian literature. [End Page 257]