Note from the Guest Editors

  • Kathleen Garay
  • Christl Verduyn

Author Biographies

Kathleen Garay
Kathleen Garay is an archivist and adjunct professor in the Arts and Science Program at McMaster University. A medieval historian by training (PhD, University of Toronto) and a Canadianist by adaptation, her most recent books are The Life of Saint Douceline (with Madeleine Jeay, 2001), Marian Engel: Life in Letters (with Christl Verduyn, 2004), and The Distaff Gospels (with Madeleine Jeay, 2006). She and Christl Verduyn jointly established the biennial Archives in Canada Conference Series in 2005.
Christl Verduyn
Christl Verduyn (PhD, University of Ottawa) is a member of the Department of English and the Canadian Studies Program at Mount Allison University. In addition to conference and publication projects with Kathleen Garay (Marian Engel: Life in Letters, 2004; “Archives and Canadian Literature,” Journal of Canadian Studies, vol. 40, no. 2, 2006), she has published several books in Canadian literature, including Lifelines: Marian Engel’s Writing (1995), which won the Gabrielle Roy Book Prize, and most recently, with Eleanor Ty, Asian Canadian Writing Beyond Autoethnography (2008).
How to Cite
Garay, Kathleen, and Christl Verduyn. 2009. “Note from the Guest Editors”. Archivaria 67 (July), 59-61.
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