DRIEDGER, Leo. Canadian. Genres: Area studies, Cultural/Ethnic topics, Sociology. Career: University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, professor of ethnic relations, urban sociology, and sociology of religion, 1966-, now emeritus. Elizabethtown College, fellow at Young Center for the Study of Anabaptist and Pietist Groups, 1991. Royal Society of Canada, fellow. Publications: (with N. Chappell) Aging and Ethnicity, 1987; Ethnic Canada, 1987; Mennonite Identity in Conflict, 1988; The Ethnic Factor, 1989; Mennonites in Winnipeg, 1990; (with S. Halli and Trovato) Ethnic Demography, 1990; The Urban Factor, 1991; (with H. Kauffman) The Mennonite Mosaic: Identity and Modernization, 1991; (with D. Kraybill) Mennonite Peacemaking: From Quietism to Activism, 1994; Multi-Ethnic Canada, 1996; (with S. Halli) Immigrant Canada, 1999; Mennonites in the Global Village, 2000; Race and Racism, 2000; Race and Ethnicity; Finding Identities and Equalities, 2003. Contributor to 30 journals. Address: Department of Sociology, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, Canada R3T 2N2.