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178 Notes on Contributors Canadian Review of American Studies/ Revue canad1em1e d'etudes amencames JohnBraemanis professor of history at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He is the author of Albeit]. Beueridge: American Nationalist (1971) and Before the Citlil Rights Revolution: The Old Court and Individual Rights (1988). PeterBuitenhuisis professor emeritus from Simon Fraser University. He is a graduate of Oxford and Yale, and has taught at Yale, the University of Toronto, McGill, and the University of California at Berkeley. His work on writers and propaganda in World War II is a sequel to The Great War of Words:British, American and Canadian Propaganda and Fiction, 1914-1933 (University of British Columbia Press, 1989) David L. Lightneris an associate professor in the department of history and classics at the University of Alberta. His most recent publication is "Ten Million Acres for the Insane: The Forgotten Collaboration of Dorothea L. Dix and William H. Bissell," Illinois Historical Journal 89, no. 1 (Spring 1996). Hector Mackenzie is the senior historian of the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade. He has edited volumes 14 (1948) and 15 (1949) in the series Docunzents on Canadian External Affairs. He has published numerous articles and reviews on the history of Canada's international relations. Peter Messent is Reader in Modern American Literature at Nottingham University in England. He is the author of New Readings of the American Novel (1990) and Ernest Hemingway (1992). His recently completed book, Mark Twain, will be published by Macmillan and St. Martin's Press in the first half of 1996. He is at present editing Criminal Proceedings (Pluto), a collection of essays on postwar American crime fiction. Canadian Review of American Studies/ Revue canadienne d'etudes americaines 179 Teresa Scassa is assistant professor of law at Dalhousie Law School. She teaches in the area of public, administrative and copyright law, and is the author of several articles dealing with the impact of law on language and culture. Her recent publications include: "Language Standards, Ethnicity and Discrimination," Canadian Ethnic Studies (1994) and "Language of Judgment and the Supreme Court of Canada," U.N.B.L.J. (1994). Craig V. Smith has taught at the Universite de Montreal and is currently assistant professor in the division of languages and literature at Bard College, New York. Bruce G. Trigger is professor of anthropology at McGill University. His publications relating to Native-American history include The Huron: Farmers of the North, (1969), The Children of Aataentsic (1976), and Natives and Newcomers (1985). He also edited Handbook of North American Indians, Vol. 15, (Smithsonian Institution), and is coeditor of the North American volume of The Cambridge History of the Native Peoples of the Americas (in press). ...


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