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I Noteson Contributors 119 Notes on Contributors RobertBothwell is Professor of Canadian History at the University of Toronto, and is currently working on a study of Canadian uranium policy from 1926 to 1966. WilliamBruneau is an Associate Professor in the Department of Social and Educational Studies in the Faculty of Education at the University of British Columbia.He ison the executive committees of The Society for French History, The Canadian History of Education Association, The Canadian Association ofFoundations of Education (Canadian Society for the Study of Education), The International Standing Committee for the History of Education, among others. In addition to finishing a biography of Louis Liard (1846-1917),who administered the French university system, 1884-1917,he is involved in an attemptto establish a Canadian commission for the study of university history, asa branch of the International Congress of Historical Sciences. Michael Fellman, Professor of History at Simon Fraser University, was President of the Canadian Association for American Studies, 1981-83.He wasaVisiting Fellow at the Shelby Cullom Davis Center for Historical Studies, Princeton University, 1982-83.His most recent publication is Making Sense of Self: Medical Advice Literature in Late Nineteenth-Century America (1981),which he co-authored with Anita Clair Fellman. His presidential addressis inpart a reconsideration of some of the argument of The Unbounded Frame:Freedom and Community in Nineteenth-Century America (1973). Myra C. Glenn was an Acting Assistant Professor of History at Bucknell University,1980-82.She has published essays in American Quarterly, Journal olthe Early Republic, and History of Education Quarterly. Forthcoming is her book, Campaigns Against Corporal Punishment: Prisoners, Sailors, and Childrenin Antebellum America. Peter Ohlin is Professor of English at McGill University. He is the author of Agee (1966) and of Colours Dreams Shadows: The Narrative Crisis in the Self-Reflexive Film 1960-1970 (1979). John Peacock is an Assistant Professor of Literature at The American University in Washington, D.C. He has other essays forthcoming in Ethnohisto1yon Puritan-Indian relations and their convenantal formulation. Kenneth Probert is an Assistant Professor of English at the University of Regina. Forthcoming is his essay on F. Scott Fitzgerald in English Studies in Canada. 120 Notes on Contributors James Roger Sharp is Professor of History and Chairman of the Department at Syracuse University. Currently editing a biographical encyclopedia of American legislative leaders, he is the author of Jacksonians versus Banks: Politics in the States After the Panic of 1837 (1970). Charles R. Steele is an Associate Professor of English at the University of Calgary. He is a member of the Editorial Board of Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews, and had edited Taking Stock: The Calgary Conference on the Canadian Novel. Robert White is an Associate Professor of English and Humanities at York University. Most recently he has published an Introduction to the Portfolio Photographs of the Farm Security Administration people in the South inthe 1930s,in Volume I of Prospectives (1976). He has an essay forthcoming on Kate Chopin's The A wakening in a Mosaic special issue on "marital tensions." He iswell known as a founding editor of CRevAS. ...


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