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Contributors Robert K. Martin is Professor of English and Head of the Department at the Universit é de Montréal. Recent essays consider James, Hawthorne, and Wharton. He has just co-edited a collection of essays on American nineteenth-century writers and artists in Italy called Roman Holidays. Gert Buelens is an associate professor of English at Ghent University. He has edited Enacting History in Henry James: Narrative, Power and Ethics (Cambridge UP, 1997) and written Henry James and the “Aliens”: In Possession of the American Scene. (Atlanta: Rodopi, forthcoming). C.L. Higham is an assistant professor at Texas A & M University in College Station , Texas, and author of Noble, Wretched and Redeemable: Protestant Missionaries to the Indians in Canada and the United States, 1820–1900. She is currently studying the history of nineteenth-century white tales of North American Indian cannibalism. Craig Monk is Associate Professor in the Department of English at the University of Lethbridge. His work on modern little magazines has appeared in the History of Photography, Journal of Modern Literature, Miscelanea, and Mosaic. He is currently completing Modernism in the Age of Transition, a study of the magazines published by Americans abroad between the world wars. Daniel Béland est professeur-adjoint à Concordia University (Département de sociologie). En novembre 2001, son premier livre sera publié en France par la Librairie générale de droit et de jusrisprudence (LGDJ, Collection « Droit et Société »). Il est spécialiste de la protection sociale. David 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 II and curated a retrospective on the Canadian modernist painter Art McKay. Bernard Lemelin est professeur agrégé au département d'histoire de l'Université Laval. Son spécialité est l'histoire politique des États-Unis au vingtième siècle. Ses divers articles, qui touchent surtout aux années Truman et Eisenhower, ont paru dans des revues tant américaines et françaises que canadiennes. Jerry A. Varsava is a professor of Comparative Literature at the University of Alberta where is he also Department Chair. ...


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