Urban History Review

Volume 38, Number 2, printemps 2010 Encounters, Contests, and Communities: New Histories of Race and Ethnicity in the Canadian City Guest-edited by Jordan Stanger-Ross and Franca Iacovetta

Table of contents (7 articles)

Articles

  1. Encounters, Contests, and Communities: New Histories of Race and Ethnicity in the Canadian City
  2. Unpacking Settler Colonialism’s Urban Strategies: Indigenous Peoples in Victoria, British Columbia, and the Transition to a Settler-Colonial City
  3. “Toronto Has No History!” : Indigeneity, Settler Colonialism, and Historical Memory in Canada’s Largest City
  4. Solemn Processions and Terrifying Violence: Spectacle, Authority, and Citizenship during the Lachine Canal Strike of 1843
  5. Homeland Crisis and Local Ethnicity: The Toronto Irish and the Cartoons of the Evening Telegram 1910–1914
  6. Public Commemoration and Ethnocultural Assertion: Winnipeg Celebrates the Diamond Jubilee of Confederation
  7. Locating Diaspora: Afro-Caribbean Narratives of Migration and Settlement in Toronto, 1914–1929