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Notes on Contributors 399 Notes on Contributors Sheldon S. Cohen is Professor of History at Loyola University of Chicago. He is the author of The L(fe of Samuel Andrew Peters, Connecticut:\' Lova/L\'t GadFr (1977),A History of Education in Colonial America, 1607-1776{1974) and Canada Preserved: The Journal of Thomas Ainslie (1968).as well as of numerous essays which have appeared in such journals as Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin, History of Education Quarter(\', Dalhousie Review, Williarn and Ma,y Quarterly, Nev,, England Quarter(v. and the New York Historical Society Quarter(v. He continues his research on the Colonial history of Connecticut. Theodore Colson is an Associate Professor of English at the University of New Brunswick. He has published poetry and short stories as well as essays on American fiction. His most recent review essay in CRevAS. also on Faulkner scholarship, was in IX/1. Ann Davis is a freelance art curator who presently makes her home in Aylmer, Quebec. She has mounted numerous exhibitions with catalogues and has done extensive reviewing in Quill and Quire, The Canadian Forzun, The Canadian Historical Review, and The Gazette (Quarterly of the Canadian Museums Association). Alvin Finkel is an Assistant Professor of History at Athabasca University. He is the author of Business and Social Refonn in the Thirties (1979). Robin A. Fisher is an Associate Professor of History at Simon Fraser University . He is the author of Contact and Co,~flict: Indian-European Relations in British Columbia, 1774-1890. which won the John A. Macdonald prize for Canadian history for 1977, and, with Hugh Johnston, he is the editor of Captain James Cook and His Times. K. J. Holsti is Professor of Political Science at the University of British Columbia. He has authored books on Finnish foreign policy and on interna-: tional politics. He has published essays in such journals as International Organization, International Studies Quarter(v. American Political Science Review, and Western Political Quarter~\'.Co-editor of the CanadianJournal of' Political Science and former editor of the International Studies Quarter(r. he is currently completing a book on the re-structuring of foreign policy by dependent states. John N. Ingham is an Associate Professor of History at the University of Toronto. He is author of The Iron Barons: A Social Ana(rsL\' ol an American Urban Elite, 1874-1965 (1978). His essays have appeared in the Journal of' American Historv, the Journal of Urban HistcJ1y, f'.JidAmerica , and the Pennsylvania M~ga:::::ine o(Hist01:v and Biography. 400 Notes on Contributors Michael A. Klug is an Associate Professor of English at Dalhousie University . He has published essays on Saul Bellow in Dalhousie Review and on James Joyce in Eire-Ireland: A Journal of Irish Studies. Eric G. Nellis is a Visiting Assistant Professor of History at the University of British Columbia. His specialty is labor and agriculture and social organization in Coloni~l New England, and he has published on the subject in Labor Histo,y. He is currently working on two projects: poverty, philanthropy and textile manufacturing in Colonial Boston; and land distribution and agricultural land use in rural Colonial Massachusetts. J. M. Pawa is Professor of History at the State University of New York College at Oneonta. His essays dealing with twentieth-century United States history have appeared in Labor Histo1y, Negro History Bulletin, The American Neptune and History of Education Quarterly. He is currently working on a study of the "Red Scare" in New York State. ...


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