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Doug House

Doug House is currently Honorary Research Professor of Sociology at Memorial University. Educated at Memorial, Oxford (Rhodes Scholar) and McGill, he has authored six books as well as many articles and ...

Adrian Tanner

Adrian Tanner was born in the UK and came to Canada as a young farm worker. He went on to work on weather stations in the Arctic, where he gained some familiarity with Inuit hunters. He attended UBC and ...

Hilda Chaulk Murray

Hilda Chaulk Murray, who resides in Mount Pearl, grew up in Maberly, Newfoundland. She taught in various communities as well as in St. John's. After recieving her M.A. in folklore in 1972, she taught ...

Elizabeth Yeoman

Elizabeth Yeoman is a professor in the Faculty of Education at Memorial University of Newfoundland. She writes and teaches about issues of language, culture, history, and identity.

Anthony Davis

Social Anthropologist Anthony Davis was born and raised in Nova Scotia, Canada. He completed his undergraduate degree at St. Mary's University in Halifax, his M.A. at the University of Manitoba, and his ...

Knut H. Mikalsen

Knut H. Mikalsen is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Tromsø. He is currently engaged in research on issues of stakeholder management in European fisheries.

Richard Apostle

Richard Apostle is a Professor of Sociology and Social Anthropology at Dalhousie University. He is currently working on a project dealing with socio-economic development in the Faroe Islands.

Bonnie McCay

Bonnie McCay is Board of Governors Distinguised Professor of Anthropology and Ecology at Rutgers University in New Jersey. She remains involved in some research on fishing communities in Newfoundland, ...

Lawrence Felt

Lawrence Felt is a Professor in the Department of Sociology at Memorial University. He earned a doctorate in Sociology and Health Policy from Northwestern University. During this career he has researched ...