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Notes on Contributors 261 Notes on Contributors T. H. Adamowski is an Associate Professor of English at Erindale College, University of Toronto. He has published numerous essays on nineteenth-and twentieth-century literature, both British and American. His most recent contribution to the Review appeared in the Spring 1977 number. M. S. Berkowitz is an Associate Professor of English at Trent University. He has published essays on Thoreau in The Thoreau Society Bulletin and articles on Herman Hesse and Nikos Kazantzakis in the Hebrew Encyclopedia of Modern Literature. He has articles on Milton forthcoming in Milton Quarterly. M. Gidley is Senior Lecturer in American Literature and Associate Director of the American Arts Documentation Centre at the University of Exeter, England. He has written articles on American literary and cultural topics for such periodicals as Mississippi Quarterly, American Heritage and History of Photography. He has also published A Catalogue of American Paintings in British Public Collections (1974) and The Vanishing Race: Selections from Edward S. Curtis' "The North American Indian" (1976). Marshall Gilliland is an Assistant Professor of English at the University of Saskatchewan. He is a specialist in Western American literature. His most recent contribution to the Review appeared in the Fall 1977 number. Jose E. Igartua is an Assistant Professor of History at the University of Western Ontario. A specialist on the subjects of eighteenth-century Montreal merchants and urbanization in Quebec, he has published essays and reviews in such journals as Histoire sociale/ Social History, Revue d'histoire de l'Amerique fran9aise, Recherches sociographiques, Canadian Historical Review and Canadian Forum. Lauria t Lane, Jr., is Professor of English at the University of New Brunswick. He is editor of English Studies in Canada, and has published essays on a variety of American authors as well as on Dickens. He contributed the chapter on "Literary Scholarship and Criticism 1960-1973" to the revised edition of the Literary History of Canada. David J. Russo is Professor of History at McMaster University. He is the author of Families and Communities: A New Viei-vof American History (1974) and "The Deerfield Massacre of 1704and Local History Writing in the United States," which appeared in The Triumph of Culture (1972). His current projects include a study of the origins of local news in American newspapers and a study of the non-academic historians and their writings. George E. Toles is an Assistant Professor of English at the University of Manitoba. He is a specialist in the European and American film of the 1940's Notes on Contributors and l950's and the Modern novel. He is currently working on a study of Hollywood comedy. Elizabeth Waterston is Professor of English at the University of Guelph. She is the author of Survey: A Short History of Canadian Literature (1973)and contributed two chapters on Travel Literature to the Literary History of Canada. Douglas G. Webb is a Teaching Assistant in American History at Scarborough College, University of Toronto. He has recently completed a bibliography of the writings of Will Herberg, and is currently researching a study of the intellectual careers of Philip Selznick, Semour Martin Lipset, Nathan Glazer and Daniel Bell. Patrick C. T. White is Professor of History at the University of Toronto. Heis the author of Nation on Trial: America and the War of 1812, and has edited Lord Selkirk's Diary, The Critical Years and Conducting the Diplomacy of a New Nation. He is currently writing a history of Canadian-American relations. Paula K. White is an Assistant Professor of English at Vassar College. Her interests range from Cotton Mather and Thomas Shepherd to Julien Green. She is presently at work on a study of the relationship between Hawthorne and the Romantic historians. ...

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ISSN
1710-114X
Print ISSN
0007-7720
Pages
pp. 261-262
Launched on MUSE
2019-01-02
Open Access
No
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