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Contributors David Brian Howard is Associate Professor of Art History at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in Halifax. He has published numerous articles on the history and politics of modernism in the United States and Canada after World War Two and curated a retrospective on the work of the Canadian painter Art McKay. Chamika Kalupahana is a PhD student at l’Université de Montréal and was awarded the first departmental Passage Direct in January 2001. She is completing coursework before beginning her thesis on James’s early novels under the direction of Professor Robert K. Martin. Previous conference participation includes presentations on David Hwang and Henry James. Additional academic research participation was as a lexicographer on the Bilingual Canadian Dictionary Project. Sheila McManus is an Assistant Professor of Canadian and American History at the University of Lethbridge. Her book, ‘The Line Which Separates’: Race, Gender, and the 49th Parallel in the Late Nineteenth Century is forthcoming from University of Nebraska Press. Dimitry Anastakis completed his dissertation on the Canada-US auto pact at York University in 2001. He is currently a Canada-US Fulbright Scholar at Michigan State University and Wayne State University, conducting research on the evolution of the North American automotive industry. Jeet Heer is completing a PhD thesis on American popular culture in the History Department at York University, Toronto. In addition to being a Fulbright scholar, he has served as co-editor of Left History. Karen Marrero is a doctoral student in the Department of History at Yale University . She studies Aboriginal peoples and Europeans from 1500 to 1800 in North America. Her dissertation research is on the family in eighteenth-century Detroit. She currently holds a SSHRC doctoral fellowship. Joseph Tohill is a doctoral candidate in the History Department at York University and is writing a dissertation entitled “‘Battle Stations for All’: Price Control, Rationing, and Consumer Culture in the United States and Canada, 1939-1947.” In 2002 he was a Fulbright Scholar at MIT. Canadian Review of American Studies 33 (2002) 186 Jerry Varsava is Professor of Comparative Literature, and Chair of the Department of Comparative Literature, Religion, and Film/Media Studies at the University of Alberta. He has published extensively on postmodern fiction. Benjamin Looker received his MA from the Centre for Urban and Community Research, Goldsmiths College, University of London. He is currently a graduate student in American Studies at Yale University. ...


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