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--Dana Cudney, Laurentian University
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About the Author
John Steckley, professor of sociology and anthropology for more than 20 years at Humber College, is the author of more than a dozen books and 200 articles in scholarly journals. A specialist in Aboriginal languages, culture, and history (and reportedly the last known speaker of the Wyandot [or
Huron] language), he has worked as a consultant on CBC's Canada: A People's History. Aside from three highly successful editions of Elements of Sociology: A Critical Canadian Perspective (2007, 2010, 2013), he is also the author of Introduction to Physical Anthropology (2011).