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Newfoundland and Labrador Studies

Managing editor(s): Alison Carr / Editor(s): James Feehan

About

Newfoundland and Labrador Studies is a refereed, interdisciplinary academic journal devoted to the history and culture (broadly defined) of Newfoundland and Labrador. It is a publication of Memorial University's Faculty of Arts. Special editions are published from time to time on specific themes. Recent examples include "Confederation" (17:2) and "The New Early Modern Newfoundland" (17:2 and 19:1). Documents, reviews and review articles are included in most issues.

Contact

Alison Carr
Managing Editor
Faculty of Arts Publications, MS 1004
Memorial University
PO Box 4200
St. John’s, NL
A1C 5S7
Phone: 709-864-2144
Fax: 709-864-4342
Email: acarr@mun.ca


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Phone: 709-864-2144
Email: acarr@mun.ca

Back issues (66 issues)

Editorial board

Editor: James Feehan, 864-3003, feehan@mun.ca

Managing Editor: Alison Carr, 864-3453, acarr@mun.ca

Social Sciences Book Review Editor: Jerry Bannister

Humanities Book Review Editor: Helene Staveley

 

Editorial Committee Members:

Jeff Webb (History, Chair, Editorial Committee)

Caitlin Charman (English)

Reade Davis (Anthropology)

Paul De Decker (Lingustics)

Philip Hiscock (Folklore)

Martha MacDonald (Labrador Institute)

Alex Marland (Political Science)

Joan Ritcey (QEII Library)

Hans Rollmann (Religious Studies)

Mark Stoddart (Sociology)

Kelly Vodden (Environmental Studies, Grenfell)