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BC Studies no. 171 Autumn 2011

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By Robert McDonald


BC Studies no. 171 Autumn 2011  pp. 145-146


Lynne Davis is Associate Professor in the Department of Indigenous Studies, Trent University. Her current research is in the area of alliance-building between Indigenous peoples and social and environmental justice groups, and she recently published the edited volume Alliances: Re/Envisioning Indigenous – non-Indigenous Relationships (University of Toronto Press, 2010).

Edward Dutton is Docent (Adjunct Professor) of the Anthropology of Religion and Finnish Culture at Oulu University in Finland. He has a degree in Theology from Durham University and a PhD in Religious Studies from Aberdeen University. Dr Dutton’s book Culture Shock and Multiculturalism is in press with Cambridge Scholars Publishing. His other books are The Finnuit (Akademiai Kiado, 2009) and Meeting Jesus at University (Ashgate, 2008). He has also written for various newspapers and magazines including The Telegraph, the Times Educational Supplement and the Contemporary Review. In his spare time, he enjoys Indian cooking and genealogy.

Jack Little is a member of Simon Fraser University’s History Department. He has written a number of articles on Canadian landscape and tourism, and currently has a forthcoming biography of Sir Henri- Gustave Joly de Lotbinière.

Ian Milligan is completing his dissertation, “Rebel Youth: Young Workers, New Leftists, and Labour in English Canada, 1964-1973,” with York University’s Department of History. He has previously published articles in Labour/Le Travail, Urban History Review/Revue d’histoire urbaine, and Ontario History. Milligan is a founding co-editor of the website ActiveHistory.ca and has begun work on his next project: a digital history of postwar English-Canadian youth cultures.

Ken Scott has a BA in Political Science and a MA in History from the University of Victoria. He is originally from Victoria, and has lived across Canada working in various capacities in the health care sector.