Crean, Susan M.
CREAN, Susan M.
CREAN, Susan M. Canadian, b. 1945. Genres: Art/Art history, Communications/Media, Cultural/Ethnic topics, History, Intellectual history, Organized labor, Race relations, Women's studies and issues, Autobiography/Memoirs, Biography. Career: Editor, critic, broadcaster, television producer, arts consultant, and journalist in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1970-. Served as a research and tutorial assistant at universities and colleges; lectured and presented papers on Canadian, feminist, and television issues. Publications: NONFICTION: Who's Afraid of Canadian Culture?, 1976; (with M. Rioux) Deux Pays Pour Vivre: Un plaidoyer, 1980; (with M. Rioux) Two Nations: An Essay on the Culture and Politics of Canada and Quebec in a World of American Pre-Eminence, 1983; Newsworthy: The Lives of Media Women, 1985; In the Name of the Fathers, c. 1989; Grace Hartman: A Woman for Her Time (biography), c. 1996; The Laughing One: A Journey to Emily Carr, 2001. Contributor of articles, editorials, and reviews to periodicals. Address: 17 Coady Ave, Toronto, ON, Canada M4M 2Y9. Online address: [email protected]