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100 Notes on Contributors T. H. Adamowski is an Associate Professor of English at Erindale College, University of Toronto. His publications include essays on Faulkner, Lawrence, Dickens, Sartre, and Trilling, in such journals as Novel, Critical Inquiry, Centennial Review, Mosaic, Dalhousie Review, literature & Psychology, and the University of Toronto Quarterly. Robert Bothwell is an Associate Professor of History at the Universitv of Toronto. He is Associate Editor of the Canadian Historical Revie1r.·His essays have appeared in the Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth Hisrorr, Current History, and International Journal. He is the author of a forthcomi~g biography of L. B. Pearson and joint author of a forthcoming biography of C. D. Howe. He is co-editor of a number of volumes, among them Potier hr Other Means (1972) and The In-Between Time (1975). · · John English is an Assistant Professor of History at the University of Waterloo. He is joint author (with Robert Bothwell) of articles in the Canadian Historical Association Report (1972) and the University of Western Ontario Medical Journal (1976). He is the author of a forthcoming biography of Sir Robert Borden and of a book covering 1965-67 in the "Canada in World Affairs" series. His book on the politics of the Union Government is forthcoming in the fall of 1977. He and Robert Bothwell are presently collaborating on a book on post-war Canada. Earl Fendelman is an Assistant Professor of English at Herbert H. Lehman College of the City University of New York. He has published essays on Gertrude Stein in the Journal of Modern Literature and American Quarler!y, as well as an article on contemporary fiction in The Blue Guitar. He is presently at work on a book tentatively entitled, 'The Third Voice of American Autobiography." John Harrington is an Associate Professor of English at the California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. He was formerly Director of the Film Study Program at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Among his publications are several books: Film and/ as Literature (1977), The Rhetoric of Film (1973), Male and Female: Identity (1972), and Frame.\ of Reference (1973), which he edited with Eugene P. Walz and Vincent Di Marco. He is presently involved in research on the .adult western and on film adaptations of the novels of Dickens. Michael A. Peterman is an Assistant Professor of English at Trent University. He has published an essay on Sara Jeanette Duncan in the Journal of Canadian Studies, as well as reviews in Canadian Forwn. Patricia T. Rooke is a Sessional Instructor in Educational Foundations at the University of Alberta. She has published essays in the Journal of Educalional Thought and the Journal of the Midwest History of Education Society. 101 R. L. Schnell is an Associate Professor in Educational Foundat10ns at the University of Calgary. He is the co-author of a book, Foundational Disciplines and rhe Study uf Education (1968), and a monograph, National Activist Student Organi::ations in American Higher Education, 1905-1944, in the "Social Foundations of Education" series (1976). Reginald C. Stuart is an Assistant Professor of History at the University of Prince Edward Island. He has published essays in the Canadian Journal of Hiswry and in the Canadian Historical Association's Historical Pape,:,s (1976). He has contributed review articles to War and Society (1976, 1977). He is currently at work on a book on American attitudes toward war, 1763-1823. Suzanne Henning Uphaus is a Canadian teaching in the Department of American Thought and Language at Michigan State University. She has published articles in the Dalhousie Re\•iew, the Universil_\' c?f'J.f'indsor Re\'iew, and has an article forthcoming in the Journal c~(Narralive Technique. She is at work on a book on Stephen Leacock. T. E. Vadney is an Associate Professor of History at the University of Manitoba. He is the author of a book, The Wayward Liberal: A Politirnl Biography of Donald Richberg ( 1970). He has a review essay on the "planned society" forthcoming in Queen's Quarterly. He is now at work on a study of business planning in the United States since the Civil War. News Notes The Review is one of the 526 English...


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