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Canadian Review of American Studies/ Revue canadumne d'etudes ameitcames Notes on Contributors 237 Jody Berland is Associate Professor of Humanities at Atkinson College, York University. She is co-editor of Topia:A Canadianjournal of CulturalStudies 1mdol Theory Rules: Art as Theory, Theory asArt (1996) and author of the forthcoming Cultzmil Technologiesand the Productionof Space. George Elliott Clarke is Assistant Professor of English at Duke University and a poet. His volumes of poetry include LushDreams,BlueExile:FugitivePoems (1994), Fireon the Water:An Anthology of BlackNova Scotia(1991), Whylah Falls(1990), and Salt1Dater Spirituals and DeeperBlues (1983). Alexander Crawley has been President of ACTRA (Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists) since 1991. He has also been assistant editor, sound recordist, and composer in film and composer, musician, actor, and musical director in theatre. John K. Donaldson is Associate Professor at George Washington University in Washington where he teaches both English and Anthropology courses. He is author of Native Americans, a U.S. government (Division for the Study of the United States) publication. David Hutchison teaches at Glasgow Caledonian University. His published work has been in the fields of media policy, the history of the modern Scottish theatre, and comparisons between the Scottish and Canadian media situations; he is currently working on a textbook on media policy. He was a governor of the Scottish Film Council from 1987-95 and a member of the BBCs General Advisory Council from 1988-96. Caren Irr is an Assistant Professor of English and American Studies at the Pennsylvania State University. Her book The Suburb of Dissent: Cultural Pobtics in the US and Canada During the 1930s is forthcoming from Duke University Press. 238 Canadian Review of American Studies/ Revue canadienne d'etu.des amertcaines EdelgardMahant is currently chair of the Department of Political Science at Glendon College, York University. She isthe author of Free Trade in American tzndCanadian Relations (1993) and co-author of An Introduction to CanadianAtnerican Relations (1984). Kevin McGuirkteaches American literature and poetics at the University of Waterloo. He has published a number of essays on poetry and contemporary topics, including "A. R. Ammons and the Whole Earth," Cultural Critique, Fall, 1997. Mavor Moore is Research Professor, Fine Arts and Humanities, University of Victoria; Professor Emeritus, York University; Chair, the British Columbia Arts Council; and former chair of the Canada Council. He is a playwright, lyricist, and author of Slipping on the Verge: The Performing Arts in Canada (1983 ). PaulPatonlectures in Canadian Studies at the University of Toronto. He was Associate Director of the Program between 1994 and 1997. His teaching and research interest concern the intersection of law and culture in Canada and international law issues. He is formerly a partner in the litigation group of the law firm of Davies, Ward & Beck in Toronto, and is presently Justice and Social Policy Advisor to the Premier of Ontario. Any views expressed in this article are personal. ChristinePrudhamis a partner with the firm of Davies, Ward & Beck in Toronto. Her practice blends corporate, competition and information technology law. She has extensive experience in software, technology, copyright and trademark licensing. StephenJ.Randall is co-editor of The Canadian Review alAmerican Studies and Dean of the Faculty of Social Science at the University of Calgary. He is the author of NAFTA in Transition (1995), The United States and Canada: Ambivalent Allies (1994), North America Without Borders?Integrating Canada, the United States, and Mexico (1992) (editor), and Canada and LatinArnerica (1991) (co-author). Canadian Review of American Sn1d1es/ Revue canadienne d'etudes amertcames 2.39 Guillermo De Los Reyes teaches at the Department of International Relations and History, University of the Americas, Puebla, Mexico. PaulRich is a Professor in the Department of International Relations and History, University of the Americas, Puebla, Mexico, and Visiting Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. Bryce Traister is an Assistant Professor of English at the University of Western Ontario where he teaches American Literature. He is currently working on a book that analyzes gender, sentiment, and literary authorship in antebellum United States. H. Thomas Wilson teaches in the Schulich School of Business at York University. He is the author of No Ivory Tower (1995), Mt1rx's Critical/ Dialectical Procedure...


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