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Noteson Contributors 407 Notes on Contributors StephenJ. Adams is an Associate Professor of English at the University of WesternOntario. He has published several essays on Pound and music, and has contributed an entry on Pound to Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians(6th ed.). In 1983he published a book, R. Murray Schafer, in the CanadianComposers Series. Douglas Babington is an Assistant Professor of English at Queen's University. Hisresearch interests in American and modern Greek literatures are well illustratedby his recent essay in the Journal of Modern Greek Studies on Hemingway'scoverage of the Greco-Turkish War. Stephende Paul teaches in the English Department at the University of Ottawa.He is currently at work on an in-depth study of the structures of self andculture in the novels of Herman Melville. BlancheH. Gelfant is Professor of English at Dartmouth College, where she holdsan endowed chair. She has published on a variety of twentieth-century Americanwriters and on American motifs. Her recent book, Women Writingin America: Voices in Collage, explores the sources of strength and art in diversemodern writers, including the Canadian writer Ethel Wilson. DaleGibson is University Distinguished Professor of Law at the University ofManitoba. Founding Editor of the Manitoba Law Journal, he has served as ConstitutionalConsultant to the Government of Canada and the Government ofManitoba.He has published widely on constitutional and other legal matters. CarolynHlus is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Alberta, where her research centers on the effect of ethnicity on language in Canadian fiction, specificallyin the writings of Margaret Laurence, Vera Lysenko, Martha 0stenso, Laura Goodman Salverson and Adele Wiseman. She has a recent essayon Margaret Fuller in CRevAS. D.L.Macdonald is a Killam Postdoctoral Fellow in English at the University of British Columbia, where he is at work on a biography of John William Polidori (1795-1821). His essay on James Merrill and Freud is forthcoming inMosaic. MauriceMierau is a graduate student in English at the University of Manitoba, wherehe is at work on a research project involving Marxist esthetic theory andthe early novels of Charles Dickens. He has published poetry and fiction insuch periodicals as Northern Light, Prairie Fire and Midcontinental. 408 Notes on Contributors Christopher Petty teaches Canadian literature and communications atRed River College. Apart from science-fiction and fantasy, his research interests include time in the modern novel and Joseph Conrad and his circle. Heisat present writing a communications text for Addison-Wesley. Charles Redenius is Professor of Political Science at the Pennsylvania State University, The Behrend College. He is author of The American Idealof Equality: From Jefferson's Declaration to the Burger Court (1981),aswell as of numerous articles on American political thought, political economyand public law. Serge Ricard teaches U.S. history and culture at the University of Provence (Aix-en-Provence, France), where he currently chairs the Americanists' research center, GREN A. He has published numerous essays, in both French and English, on Theodore Roosevelt's ideas and policies and is the authorof Theodore Roosevelt et la justification de l'imperialisme (1986). He isalso co-editor ofHyphenated Diplomacy: European Immigration and U.S.Foreign Policy, 1914-1984 and of Une Institution particuliere: aspects de l'esclavage aux Etats-Unis. George A. Schultz is Professor of History at the University of Manitoba.He is author of Indian Canaan and articles on Native history and the American Civil War. Formerly Head of the Department of History at the Universityof Manitoba, he was a Visiting Scholar at the University of California, Santa Barbara, in 1974. Robert A. Wright holds a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Doctoral Fellowship in History at Queen's University. In addition to his ongoing interest in the Vietnam War, his primary research area is the fieldof religion and society. His doctoral dissertation deals with the responsesof Canada's Protestant leadership to the "outside world" in the 1920sand 1930s. ...


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