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Notes onContributors 271 Notes on Contributors Graham Adams,Jr., is Professor of History and Chairman of the American Studies Programat Mount Allison University. Author of Age of Industrial Violence, !910-1915,his essays have appeared in such journals as American Hiftnrical Revieu:Labor Histo,y. Journal of Canadian His/01)'.Urban Histo1y Rt>l'iew, aswellas in the Dictionw:i· of American Biography. His most recent re,iew essayfor CRevAS appeared in 11/1. Lorelei Cederstromisan Assistant Professor of English at Brandon University. She hasrecentlycompleted a book-length study of the novels of Doris Lessing and haspublishedessays on Lessing in Modem Fiction Studies. Mosaic and Gmdil'a. Sheispresently editing a collection of short stor.iesand descriptive essays byManitoba Indian and Metis writers. Leslie Fishbeinis an Assistant Professor of American Studies at Douglass College, Rutgers.She has published essays in such The Potomac ReriemThe Psychoana(rtic RevieH; Film & Histo,y. National Forum. International Journalof Women '.5Studies, American Quarter(r and The Historian. Hercurrent research involves the television series Roots and Roots: The NextGenerations from the point of view of popular appeal. Her long-term research hasto do with American attitudes toward prostitution, 1880-1930, of \\hich shehas already made an extensive examination in the early twentiethcentury American film. David L. Lightner is an Assistant Professor of History at the University of Alberta. He is the author of Labor on the Illinois Central Railroad, 1852JIIOO . aswellasessaysand reviews. He is currently completing a study entitled·:-\braham Lincoln and the Ideal of Equality." JohnStephen Martin is Professor of English at the University of Calgary. Hehaspublished essays in such journals as the Mid-Continent American Studies Journal, the Thoreau Quarter(1•Journal and the Arizona Quarterzv. Heisa contributor to Ideas in America: Essars in Honor of'Harn• Havden Clark (1975)and Romantic Reassessment: Es.~avsin Honor~/' Ti·n~sHiilwav 11977!. He is Associate Editor of Ariel and edi-tedits Bicenten~ial issue o~ American literature (1976).Hismost recent reviewessay in CRei•AS appeared in10/1. Richard Morton is Professor of English and Chairman of the Department at Mc-Master University. He is the author of The Poet1:1· of Dylan Thomas (1971), and The Poetrv of' W B. Yeats (1972).He is the editor of Poems of' AnneKilligrew (1967); The Poems of' Sir Aston Cokarne (1978); and coeditorof John Gays Three How:\' af'ter Marriage (1962); Women in the EighteenthCentw:v (1976); /776 (1976); and Religion in the Eighteenth 272 Notes on Contribucon Century (1978). His current interests in American literature include the poetry of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, editions andeditorial method in the early period, and Ezra Pound. He published an earlierrevieii essay in CRevAS (11/2). Ian Mugridge is Dean of Academic Affairs at the Open LearningInstitute of BritishColumbia. He isthe former Chairman of the Department ofHistof\ and Assistant Vice-President, Academic, at Simon Fraser University. Hefs currently Editor of the International Histo1:l'Re11 iei,: Serge Ricard teaches American Civilization in the Department ofAngloAmerican Studies at the University of Provence (Universite d'Aix-Marseil\es l), at Aix-en-Provence, France. He has published three essayson Theodore Roosevelt and served as commentator at the 95th annual meetingofthe American Historical Association (Washington, 1980) in a sessionentitled "Personality and Power: Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson." Allan B. Spetter is an Associate Professor of History at Wright StateUniversity ,Dayton, Ohio. He is currently completing a manuscript on therelationship of President Benjamin Harrison and Secretary of State JamesG.Blaine. as reflected in the struggle over foreign policy, 1889-92. ...


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