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List of Contributors


Sheila Andrew is an Associate Professor in the History Department at St. Thomas University in Fredericton. Her earlier research was on The Development of Elites in Acadian New Brunswick 1861-1881 (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queens Press, 1996). She is currently working on the role of New Brunswick Acadian women in this period and the years up to the end of the nineteenth century.


Terence J. Fay is a Jesuit priest who lectures in church history for the Toronto School of Theology/UT for St. Augustine’s Seminary. He has published scholarly articles and reviews in history journals in Canada, Ireland, the United States, and the United Kingston. McGill-Queen’s University Press will release his A History of the Canadian Catholics in May 2002 as part of its Studies in the History of Religion.


John Edward FitzGerald  holds a PhD in history from the University of

Ottawa. He lectures in Irish, Newfoundland, and Catholic Church history and in the teaching of social studies at Memorial University of Newfoundland. He is the author of articles in the CCHA’s Historical Studies, in

Newfoundland Studies, and in the Newfoundland Quarterly.


Frederick J. McEvoy is an independent scholar living in Ottawa. He previously worked as an historian with the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade and has published several articles on aspects of Canadian foreign policy and Catholic history.


Mark McGowan teaches in the History Department at the University of Toronto and is the Co-ordinator of the Christianity and Culture Program at St. Michael’s College. In 2000, his The Waning of the Green: Catholics, the Irish, and Identity in Toronto, 1887-1922 (McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1999) was the recipient of the Clio Prize (Ontario Region) from the Canadian Historical Association, and the Joseph Brant Prize from the Ontario Historical Society. He has been commissioned by Cardinal Aloysius Ambrozic, Archbishop of Toronto, to write a biography of Michael Power (1804-1847), the first Bishop of Toronto.


Peter Meehan is a professor in the School of General Education at Seneca College in Toronto, Ontario. He teaches Canadian History and Humanities in the General Arts and Science Program offered in conjunction with York University. He is completing a University of Toronto doctoral thesis on the Catholic Taxpayer’s Association, a Catholic Action movement.