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Canadian Review of American Studies/ Revuecanadienned'etudesamericames Notes on Contributors 165 Tunde Adeleke is from Nigeria and is presently an associate professor of history and director of the African Studies Program at Loyola University, New Orleans. A graduate of the University of Western Ontario, he researches and teaches in the field of African-American Studies. He has written and published extensively on Black biography, African-American historiography, Black Nationalism, and Pan-Africanism. He taught for many years in Nigerian universities before coming to the United States in 1990. He has taught in several American universities, including Tulane, North Carolina State, and Ohio State. He is currently working on a book-length manuscript on the nineteenth-century roots of Black American conservatism. Jennifer Andrews is an assistant professor at the University of New Brunswick , where she teaches Canadian and American literature. She has published articles on Native/non-Native collaboration and the House of Anansi press. She is in the midst of co-authoring a book on Thomas King and working on a book-length study of English-Canadian humour. Eric Crouse received his PhD from Queen's University. Interested in religion and the working class, he has two recently published articles that examine American evangelists and class in Canada. He will be teaching part-time in the department of history at St Thomas University. Thomas P. Dunning is a senior lecturer in the department of history and classics atthe University of Tasmania in Australia. He teaches various courses on the history of North America. Frances W. Kaye is a professor of English and Great Plains Studies at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and a visiting professor in the history department at the University of Calgary (summer 1999). She has published numerous articles on literature and cultural history and has served as an advisor to the Lincoln Public Schools on the issue of Huck Finn in the classroom. Her 166 Canadian Review of Amencan Studies/ Revuecanadienned'etudesamericames most recent book isAmericans View their Dustbowl Experience (1999), edited with John R. Wunder and Vernon Carstensen. MichaelNowlin is an assistant professor at the University of Victoria. He has published articles on Toni Morrison, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Edith Wharton, and Lionel Trilling, and he is currently working on a study of F. Scott Fitzgerald and race. NicholasRuddickis a professor of English at the University of Regina. His most recent book is Ultimate Island: On the Nature of British Science Fiction (1993), and he has written many essays on modern British and American writers. He is working on a literacy-cultural history of the years 1889-90 entitled Threshold of Modernity. ...


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