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List of Contributors
Mark G. McGowan teaches religious history at St. Michael’s College, Toronto and has published widely in the field of Canadian Catholic history. He is the co-editor of Prophets, Priests and Prodigals: Readings in Canadian Religious History (1992) and Catholics at the “Gathering Place”: Historical Essays on the Archdiocese of Toronto, 1841-1991 (1993). He is presently writing a social history of English-speaking Catholics in Toronto during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Jean Huntley-Maynard teaches English and Humanities at Marianopolis College in Montreal. In 1992 she completed her doctoral studies in Administration and Policy Studies in Education at McGill University. Her dissertation was an historical study of decision-making at Marianopolis College, the first English Catholic post-secondary college for women in Quebec.
James Donald Cameron received his doctorate from Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, in 1990. Since then he has published several articles on the Church Union debate on Prince Edward Island in the mid-1920s and is currently University Historian, St. Francis Xavier University, where he is in the process of completing a history of the university.