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Journal of the Canadian Historical Association

Volume 22, Number 2, 2011

Table of contents (8 articles)

  1. “Negroes of the Crown”: The Management of Slaves Forfeited by Grenadian Rebels, 1796–1831
  2. Writing History in Macaulay’s Shadow: J.R. Seeley, E.A. Freeman, and the Audience for Scientific History in Late Victorian Britain
  3. Revolutionary Rites: Political Demonstrations at the Place de la Nation, Paris
  4. Creating a Historical Narrative for a Spiritual Nation: Simon Dubnow and the Politics of the Jewish Past
  5. L’invention des médecines alternatives et complémentaires (et traditionnelles) : une généalogie coloniale
  6. Remembrance, Retrospection, and the Women’s Land Army in World War I Britain
  7. American Cold War Policies and the Enewetakese: Community Displacement, Environmental Degradation, and Indigenous Resistance in the Marshall Islands
  8. La monumentalisation du passé colonial et esclavagiste au Sénégal : Controverse et rejet de la renaissance africaine

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