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Canadian Review of American Studies/ Revue canadienne d'etudes americaines Notes on Contributors 155 Jamie Barlowe is an associate professor of English and Women's Studies at the University of Toledo. She is the author ofRe-Reading Women: The Scarlet Mob of Scribblers: Re-Reading Hester Prynne (forthcoming), and assistant textual editor of two volumes of Nathaniel Hawthorne's letters (Ohio State University Press, 1987, 1988). She is also the author of articles in collections (published by SUNY, Pittsburgh, and Oxford) and in such journals as Studies inArnericanRenaissance,Journal of Narrative Technique, Novel, Hemingway Review, Women and Language, and American Literary History. Leonardo Buonomo studied at the University of Venice, Italy, and the University of California, San Diego where, in 1991, he received his PhD in English and American Literature. He has published articles on James Fenimore Cooper, Herman Melville, Nathaniel Hawthorne and other nineteenth-century American writers, as well as on Italian-American and Italian-Canadian authors, and is the author of Backward Glances: Exploring Italy, Reinterpreting America (1831-1866) (Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1996). More recently, he has contributed essays to the forthcoming volumes "John Fante: A Critical Gathering," "The Poetics ofPlace: Florence, Italy" and "Remembering the Individual, Regional, National Past." Buonomo is an assistant professor of English at the University of Trieste, Italy. Adrienne Johnson Gosselin is an associate professor at Cleveland State University, where she teaches African-American Literature. She is the editor of Multicultural Detective Fiction: Murder from the "Other" Side and has been published in Modern Language Studies and African American Re1,1iew. She is currently working to remount The Conjur[e}-ManDies, the stage adaptation of the first black detective novel, performed by the Harlem Unit of the National Federal Theater in 1936. Nelson Ouellet est professeur adjoint au departement d'histoire de l'Universite de Moncton depuis 1996. Il a effectue ses etudes al'Universite de Montreal ou il a obtenu son doctorat en 1996. Sa these, produite sous la 156 Canadian Review of American Studies/ Revue canadienne d'etudes americaines direction de Bruno Ramirez, a pour titre "Migration et relations interracial es. Les Noirs americains de Gary, Indiana, 1906-1920". Monsieur Ouellet travaille presentement ala publication de sa these et dirige un projet qui porte sur les affranchis et le systeme des contrats de travail au Tennessee (1865-1869). Implique depuis plusieurs annees clans l'utilisation et l'enseignement des nouvelles technologies, il est aussi responsable de nombreux sites Web (www.umoncton.ca/hstgeo). PeterJ.Rabinowitzdivides his time between music and narrative theory. He is the author of Before Reading: Narrative Conventions and the Politics of Interpretation (Cornell University Press, 1987; reprinted Ohio State University Press, 1998) and Authorizing Readers: Resistance and Respect in the Teaching of Literature (with Michael W. Smith) (Teachers College Press/ NCTE, 1998); he is also the co-editor (with James Phelan) of Understanding Narrative (Ohio State University Press, 1994). His published articles-which have appeared in numerous collections (published by Cambridge, Johns Hopkins, Virginia, Texas, and St. Martin's, among others) and in such journals as CriticalInquiry, Narrative, PMI.A, Nineteenth Century Music, and Black Music ResearchJournal-cover a wide range of subjects, from Dostoevsky to Mrs. E.D.E.N. Southworth, from detective fiction to the ideology of musical structure, from Mahler to Scott Joplin. A professor of comparative literature at Hamilton College, he is also an active music critic, and a contributing editor of Fanfare. BruceTuckeris an associate professor of history at the University of Windsor and an associate editor of the Canadian Review of American Studies. He is the author (with Zane L. Miller) of Changing Plans for America's Inner Cities: Cincinnati's Over-the-Rhine and Twentieth-Century Urbanism (1998), and his articles on American cultural and intellectual history have appeared in the New England Quarterly, Prospects,the Canadian Review ofAmerican Studies, and Early American Literature. He is currently working on a study of the urban Appalachian ethnic movement in Cincinnati. ...

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ISSN
1710-114X
Print ISSN
0007-7720
Pages
pp. 155-156
Launched on MUSE
2019-01-02
Open Access
No
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