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Stephanie Kirkwood Walker

Stephanie Kirkwood Walker is an artist and writer and teaches in the Department of Religion and Culture at Wilfrid Laurier University. She is a founding member of WindSight, a creative arts group, and ...

David R. Morrison

David R. Morrison is director of the International Program and professor of Political Studies at Trent University in Peterborough. He is the former president of the Canadian Association for the Study of ...

R. Bruce Elder

R. Bruce Elder is a filmmaker, critic, and teacher (and former Program Director) in the Graduate Program in Communication and Culture at Ryerson University. His film work has been screened at New York’s ...

David T. Priestley

David Priestley has taught Church History and Theology at the Edmonton Baptist Seminary since 1982. Currently, he is the secretary of the Heritage Commission of the Baptist World Alliance. His essays on ...

Lydia Neufeld Harder

Lydia Neufeld Harder holds a ThD from the Toronto School of Theology (1993), an M.Th from Newman College (1984), a BA from Goshen College (1969) and a B.Chr.Ed from Canadian Mennonite Bible College (1964). ...

Gloria L. Neufeld Redekop

Gloria Neufeld Redekop received her Ph.D. in Women and Religion from the University of Ottawa. She has taught in the Department of Religion at Carleton University and as an independent scholar has recently ...

Barbara Pell

Barbara Pell was professor of English at Trinity Western University and author of Portrait of the Artist: Ernest Buckler’s The Mountain and the Valley and of numerous articles on religion and literature. ...

C. Arnold Snyder

C. Arnold Snyder’s research focuses on sixteenth-century Radical Reformation studies, with a specialization in the Anabaptist branch. Currently, he teaches history at Conrad Grebel College, University ...

Linda A. Huebert Hecht

Linda A. Huebert Hecht is an independent scholar in Waterloo, Ontario, and author of several articles on Anabaptist women. 

Leo Groarke

Leo Groarke is a professor of philosophy at Wilfrid Laurier University. His areas of interest are ethics, logic and the history of ideas, and he has published many articles on contemporary social issues ...