Dr. Anna Bogic holds degrees in women’s studies, translation, French, and international relations from the University of Ottawa and the University of Calgary. Prior to joining CIPS, she worked for the Press Office at the Embassy of France in Ottawa and later for the Joint Chair in Women’s Studies at Carleton University and the University of Ottawa where she was responsible for academic event organizing, administration, and communications in both French and English. She has also worked in academic administration for the Department of Law and Legal Studies at Carleton University and as a freelance translator. Anna has published in the areas of women’s reproductive health, feminist theory, postsocialist studies, and translation studies. She has volunteered in the past with Ecology Ottawa and Planned Parenthood and continues to support local climate initiatives.
Dr. Ruth Bradley-St- Cyr is a writer, editor, and publisher, a part-time professor at the University of Ottawa, and an independent researcher of Canadian publishing history. She teaches essay writing and Canadian film; runs her own writing, editing, and translation business; and edits for Archivaria and the Journal of Learning Analytics. She has worked in publishing since 1989 and is currently the Editor of Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada. Her special section, “The Future University Press in Canada” was published by the Journal of Scholarly Publishing in January 2018. She is currently at work on a book about the sale of The Ryerson Press, the Royal Commission on Book Publishing, and their effects on Canadian cultural policy.