Journal of the Canadian Historical Association

Volume 25, Number 2, 2014

Table of contents (15 articles)

  • Charlemagne and the Lombard Kingdom That Was: the Lombard Past in Post-Conquest Italian Historiography
  • Reading Across Borders: The Case of Anne Clifford’s “Popish” Books
  • “If you want to get ahead, get a Hat”: Manliness, Power, and Politics via the Top Hat
  • A Border without Guards: First Nations and the Enforcement of National Space
  • “We Dare Entertain Thoughts not to the Liking of Present-Day Bigots”: Radical Slavs, Race, Civil Rights, and Anti-Communism in Red-Scare America
  • Diplomacy of Constraint Revisited: Canada and the UN Korean Reconstruction Agency, 1950-55
  • Digital History Forum

    1. New Directions in Digital History / Nouveaux axes de recherche en histoire numérique
    2. A Plea for Design: Historians, Digital Platforms, and the Mindful Dissemination of Content and Concepts
    3. Le modèle numérique 4D : un outil de diffusion et de communication au service de l’historien
    4. Applications of Agent-Based Modelling Techniques to Studies of Historical Epidemics: The 1918 Flu in Newfoundland and Labrador

    Russian History Forum

    1. New Directions in Russian History: A Discussion about the State of the Field in Canada / Nouvelles directions en histoire de la Russie : un bilan sur l’état de la discipline au Canada
    2. Why Bother? The Importance of Russian History on the Canadian Campus
    3. Studying Russian Religion Since the Collapse of Communism
    4. Gender and Sexuality in Russian History: New Directions
    5. A Russian View on Teaching Russian History in Canadian Universities

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