A. Evo Dipierro

Evo Dipierro was born in Sydney, Cape Breton Island where he lived for most of his life. With undergraduate degrees from Cape Breton University, Evo earned a law degree from […]

Sam Migliori

Dr. Sam Migliore is a medical and visual anthropologist at Kwantlen Polytechnic University, in Surrey, BC. He has worked extensively with Italian Canadians in Cape Breton, southern Ontario and the […]

Julia Swan

Julia Swan holds a PhD from Dalhousie University and is an editor with Pottersfield Press. She co-edited The Mi’Kmaq Anthology Volume 2 with Lesley Choyce and Theresa Meuse.

Tom Urbaniak
Andrew Molloy
Janice Esther Tulk

Students who study business in university are not likely to hear about or discuss examples of Indigenous business successes from across the country. Rarely would one see references to Aboriginal […]

Ron Caplan

Ronald Caplan has served as interviewer and photographer for Cape Breton’s Magazine for twenty-five years. He has received the Barbeau Award of the Folklore Studies Association of Canada, Nova Scotia’s […]

Alexandra Dobrowolsky

ALEXANDRA DOBROWOLSKY is a Professor of Political Science at Saint Mary’s University, and an Adjunct Professor in the Faculty of Law, Dalhousie University. She teaches in the areas of Women, […]

Evangelia Tastsoglou

EVANGELIA TASTSOGLOU, PhD, is Professor in the Department of Sociology and Criminology, at Saint Mary’s University. She has published widely in the areas of gender and international migration; immigrant and […]

Graham Williams