PHILLIP BUCKNER is a research fellow at the Commonwealth Institute in London, England. Author of many studies dealing with the British connection with Canada, he taught for the University of New Brunswick for many years and was President of the Canadian Historical Association in 1992–3.
Prior to his present position as Assistant Professor in the History Department at the University of Saskatchewan, KEITH THOR CARLSON worked for a decade as Research Coordinator/Director for the Stó:lõ Nation (representing most of the indigenous communities of the Lower Fraser River). His most recent book is A Stó:lõ-Coast Salish Historical Atlas (2001). He is currently conducting SSHRC-funded research aimed at exploring the connections between Salish oral traditions, literacy, and western historiography.
COLIN M. COATES was Director of the Centre of Canadian Studies at the University of Edinburgh from 1998 to 2003, and principal organizer of the Majesty conference in 2002. A specialist in the history of early French Canada, he is currently Canada Research Chair in Canadian Cultural Landscapes at Glendon College, York University.
MARY CONDÉ’S degrees are from Oxford and London. She has taught at the University of Vermont (on a Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship) and the University of Leicester, and is now at Queen Mary, University of