Journal of the Canadian Historical Association

Volume 15, Number 1, 2004

Table of contents (11 articles)

Winnipeg 2004

  1. Ernst Haeckel and the Morphology of Ethics
  2. The Great Transformation? Wetlands and Land Use in Manitoba During the Late Nineteenth Century
  3. Everyone in Their Place: The Formation of Institutional Care for the Elderly in Nineteenth-Century Ontario
  4. Inventing Labour Problems and Solutions: The Emergence of Human Resource Management in Canada, 1900-1945
  5. The Mixed Social Economy of Unemployment Relief in Regina during the 1930s
  6. Intellectual Space, Image, and Identities in the Historical Campus: Helen Kemp’s Map of the University of Toronto, 1932
  7. “My God, are they sending women?”: Three Canadian Women in the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939
  8. The Irony and the Tragedy of Negotiated Space: A Case Study on Narrative Form and Aboriginal-Government Relations during the Second World War
  9. Allies in Complicity: The United States, Canada, and the Clayton Knight Committee’s Clandestine Recruiting of Americans for the Royal Canadian Air Force, 1940-1942
  10. Bobby-sox to Bach: Charles Templeton and the Commodification of Popular Protestantism in Post-World War II Canada
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