Urban History Review

Volume 39, Number 1, Fall 2010 Encounters, Contests, and Communities: New Histories of Race and Ethnicity in the Canadian City, Part 2 Guest-edited by Franca Iacovetta and Jordan Stanger-Ross

Table of contents (12 articles)

Articles

  1. Encounters, Contests, and Communities: New Histories of Race and Ethnicity in the Canadian City, Part 2
  2. Accommodating Resistance: Unionization, Gender, and Ethnicity in Winnipeg’s Garment Industry, 1929–1945
  3. “We Started Over Again, We Were Young”: Postwar Social Worlds of Child Holocaust Survivors in Montreal
  4. American Expatriates and the Building of Alternative Social Space in Toronto, 1965–1977
  5. The Changing Face of Little Italy: The Miss Colombo Pageant and the Making of Ethnicity in Trail, British Columbia, 1970–1977
  6. Beyond the “Politics of Toil”: Collective Mobilization and Individual Activism in Toronto’s Portuguese Community, 1950s–1990s
  7. Ethnicity and Neighbourhoods: Looking Backward, Facing Forward

Book Reviews  / Comptes rendus

  1. Lefebvre, Solange, dir. Le patrimoine religieux du Québec. Éducation et transmission du sens. Sainte-Foy, Presses de l’Université Laval, 2009. 416 p.
  2. Leguay, Jean-Pierre. Terres Urbaines : Places, jardins et terres incultes dans la ville au Moyen Âge. Rennes, Presses Universitaires de Rennes (Collection Histoire), 2009. 350 pages
  3. Blanchet, Renée, et Léo Beaudoin. Jacques Viger : une biographie. Montréal, VLB, 2009. 270 p.
  4. Loewen, Royden and Friesen, Gerald. Immigrants in Prairie Cities. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2009. Pp. 260
  1. John Becker, 1932–2010