Journal of the Canadian Historical Association

Volume 20, Number 2, 2009 Social History of Empire

Table of contents (8 articles)

Violence, Gender, and Empire

  1. Blood-debts and Battlefields: Ulster Imperialism and Masculine Authority on the Western Front 1916–1918
  2. “What will they say in England?”: violence, anxiety, and the press in nineteenth century New Zealand and Vancouver Island
  3. Christianity, masculinity and authority in the life of George Sarawia

Canada, Empire, and Decolonization

  1. Modern Missionaries: Canadian Postwar Technical Assistance Advisors in Southeast Asia
  2. At Odds Over INCO: The International Nickel Company of Canada and New Caledonian Politics in the 1960s

Empires in South and Southeast Asia

  1. Tools of Empire? Vietnamese Catholics in South Vietnam
  2. Politics, Intelligence and Elections in Late Colonial India: Congress and the Raj in 1937
  3. Boundaries, Borders, and Imperial Control: Opium and the Imperial Project in Southeast Asia, 1890-1930

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