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Canadian Review ofAmerican Studies Revue canadtenne d'etudes amertcaines Notes on Contributors 163 Darryl Dickson-Carr is Assistant Professor of English at the Florida State University, where he teaches courses in African American literature, 20thCentury American literature, postmodernism, and literary theory. His primary research interest is African American satire, in which he has published several essays. He is currently working on a book on African American satire in the 20th Centuiy. Bruce C. Daniels is Professor of Histoiy at the University of Winnipeg, a former candidate for the presidency of the United States, and author of Puritans at Play: Leisure and Recreation in Colonial New England. A. Glenn Crothers is assistant professor of histoiy at Indiana University Southeast, in New Albany, Indiana, where he is also director of the Floyd County Oral Histoiy Project. He completed his dissertation, "'The Project Spirit': Social, Economic and Cultural Change in Post-Revolutionaiy Northern Virginia," at the University of Florida in 1997. His work, which focuses on the social and economic development of the antebellum American South, has been published in the Business History Review and the journal ofEconomic History. John Ingham is Professor of History at the University of Toronto. His main research interests include African American history and United States industrial histoiy. He has recently completed a monograph on African American small business owners in ten southern United States cities from 1880-1930. Previously published monographs include Making Iron and Steel: The Independent Mills of Pittsburgh, 1850-1920 (1991), The Iron Barons: A Social Analysis ofan America Elite, 1887-1965 (1978) which won the Wallace K. Ferguson Prize of the Canadian Historical Association in 1980. He has also published African-American Business Leaders: A Biographical Dictionmy (1994); Contemporary Business Leaders (1990); and A Biographical Dictionary ofAfrican American Business Leaders (1983). 164 Canadian Review ofAmerican Studies Revue canadienne d'etudes americatnes Michael Dennis completed his Ph.D. at Queen's University at Kingston, Ontario in 1996, and has taught at Queen's University, Trent University and Acadia University. His book, Lessons in Progress: State Universities and Progressivism in the New South, is forthcoming from the University of Illinois Press. Bernard Lemelin is an associate professor of U.S. political history at Laval University. He received his PhD from McGill University in 1992. A specialist of the Truman era, he has published articles in journals such as Canadian Review ofAmerican Studies, Society for Historians ofAmerican Foreign Relations Newsletter, Bulletin d'histoire politique and Revuefranfaise d'etudes americaines, among others. He is currently working on the isolationist sentiment during the Truman-Eisenhower years. ...


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