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Philip Resnick


Philip Resnick was born in Montreal in 1944, and was educated at the Universities of McGill, Paris and Toronto. He has been teaching political science at the University of British Columbia since 1971. He has written extensively on topics ranging from Canadian politics to democratic theory. He has also published several volumes of poetry--written mostly during extensive stays in Greece. He is married to Andromache and has two children.

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Thinking English Canada. Toronto: Stoddart, 1994.
The Masks of Proteus. Montreal: McGill-Queen's, 1990.
Letters to a Québecois Friend. Montreal: McGill-Queen's, 1990.
The Centaur's Mountain. illus. Ron Walkey. Vancouver: Pelion, 1986.
Parliament vs People. Vancouver: New Star Books, 1984.


Harold Innis Book Prize, Social Science Federation of Canada for The Masks of Proteus, 1991.
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