Carter Elwood is currently Professor Emeritus of Russian History at Carleton University and Honorary President of the Canadian Association of Slavists. He was educated at Dartmought College and Columbia University where he received his PhD in1969. Prior to coming to Carleton in 1968, he taught at the University of Virginia and the University of Alberta. He is a specialist in the field of Russian Social Democracy and the development of the Bolshevik Party. His biography of Inessa Armand: Revolutionary and Feminist won the Heldt Prize awarded annually for the best book in Slavic women's studies and has just been re-issued in a paperback edition by Cambridge University Press.
Mikhail Klochko: Soviet Scientist, Cold-War Defector, Canadian Storyteller (Author)