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Notes on Contributors 373 Notes on Contributors RuthA.Banes is an Associate Professor of American Studies at the University of South Florida. Her research interests are American autobiography, Americansocial-intellectual history, and regionalism in American culture. Shehas published essays in Biography, The Encyclopedia of Southern Culture,Perspectiveson the American South and Turn of the Century Women. Currentlyshe is writing a book about "Southern Women in Country Music" forthe University of North Carolina Press. JohnBraeman, Professorof History at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, is theauthorofAlbert J. Beveridge: American Nationalist (1971)and iscurrently workingon a biography of Charles A. Beard. H.DavidBrumble III is an Associate Professor of English at the University ofPittsburgh. He is currently at work on a history of American Indian autobiography.In addition to his work on Indian materials, he has published onMedieval and Renaissance literature and art. LawrenceDelbert Cress is an Associate Professor of History at Texas A&M Universityand the author of Citizen in Arms: The Army and Militia in AmericanSociety to the War of 1812 (1982). He has recently published "An ArmedCommunity: The Origins and Meaning of the Right to Bear Arms" in The Journal of American History (1984). He is currently at work on a historyof the Second Amendment. William G. Heath is an Associate Professor of English at Lakehead University. Inaddition to his essays and reviews he has published a critical edition of the selectedwritings of Cyrus Bartol, On Spirit and Personality, and he has contributedchapters on Bartol and John SullivanDwight to The Transcendentalists: A Review of Research and Criticism. He is currently working on the poetry ofEdwinArlington Robinson. ColinD. Howell is in Atlantic Canada Studies at St. Mary's University. R.Barton Palmer is an Associate Professor of English and Acting Chairman of theDepartment at Georgia State University. In addition to his numerous essays on literature and film, he is editor-translator of Guillaume de Machaut's Judgmentof the King of Bohemia and has forthcoming Judgment of the King ofNavarre. He is General Editor of Studies in the Literary Imagination. BarbaraPitz is a graduate of the University of Toronto and is an Instructor in Englishat Auburn University. She is currently working on an essay detailing novelistRobert Herrick's treatment of women as it restructures the social andintellectual textures he claims to represent. 374 Notes on Contributors J.M. Sosin is Professor of History at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. His earlier publications, for example Whitehall and the Wilderness: TheMiddle WestinBritish ColonialPolicy, 1760-1775(1961) and Agents and Merchants. BritishColonialPolicyand the Originsof the American Revolution, 1763-1775 (1965),related to British policy for America toward the end of the colonial period. His later works, English America and the Restoration Monarchyo( CharlesII (1980)and EnglishAmerica and the Revolution of 1688(1982)de~l with the earlier colonial era. The third and concluding volume on Stuart colonial policy and administration is now in press. Barbara J. Todd is an Adjunct Professor in Women's Studies at SimonFraser University and a member of the History faculty at Capilano College. Her most recent publication is an article, "The Remarrying Widow," in Womenin English Society, 1500-1800,edited by Mary Prior (1985). She is presently working on a book about women and food in Canada, and on an editiono·f the spiritual diary of a seventeenth-century London woman. ...


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