Journal of the Canadian Historical Association

Volume 29, Number 1, 2018

Table of contents (13 articles)

  • Portraits and Gravestones: Documenting the Transnational Lives of Nineteenth-Century British-Métis Students
  • “Melancholy Courage and Peasant Shrewd Cunning”: The Recruitment of Yugoslav-Canadians for Special Operations Executive Missions during the Second World War
  • Touring Shakespeare: The Stratford Festival, Cultural Funding, and Cultural Diplomacy
  • Ferguson Prize Winner Roundtable on Nora Jaffary’s Reproduction and its Discontents in Mexico: Childbirth and Contraception from 1750 to 1905

    1. Introduction to Roundtable Discussion: Nora Jaffary’s Reproduction and Its Discontents in Mexico
    2. From Colonial Silences to Republican Publicities: Medicine, Women’s Bodies, and the Modern State in Nora Jaffary’s Reproduction and Its Discontents
    3. Medicalization and its Discontents: Gender, the History of Medicine, and Nora Jaffary’s Reproduction and Its Discontents
    4. A Brief Comment on Nora Jaffary’s Reproduction and Its Discontents
    5. Mothers, Medicine, and Monstrosities: Historicizing Childbirth and Contraception in Nora Jaffary’s Reproduction and Its Discontents — A View from Río Frío
    6. Reconceiving Reproduction and Its Discontents in Mexico

    Macdonald Prize Winner Roundtable on Sarah Carter’s Imperial Plots: Women, Land, and the Spadework of Colonialism on the Canadian Prairies

    1. Settlers, Suffrage, and Transnational Women’s History in Imperial Plots
    2. Women on the Margins of Imperial Plots: Farming on Borrowed Land
    3. “Bachelor Girl Farmers” and the Queer Challenges to Western Heteronormativity
    4. Imperial Plots Roundtable Commentary: A Reply

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