Journal of the Canadian Historical Association

Volume 20, numéro 1, 2009

Sommaire (8 articles)

Ottawa 2009 : Presidential Adress of the CHA  / Ottawa 2009 : discours du président de la S.H.C.

  1. Harold, Marg, and the Boys: The Relevance of Class in Canadian History

Ottawa 2009

  1. For Them but Never Really Theirs: Finding a Place for the “Aged” Within State-Funded Institutions in Nineteenth-Century Nova Scotia
  2. ‘Political imagination, in its most fervid and patriotic flights’: Copyright and Constitutional Theory in Post-Confederation Canada
  3. “Pistol Fever”: Regulating Revolvers in Late-Nineteenth-Century Canada
  4. Howard Robinson and the “British Method”: A Case Study of Britishness in Canada during the 1930s and 1940s
  5. Winning Back the Intellectuals: Inside Canada’s “First War on Terror,” 1968-1970
  6. The Incorporation of Philanthropy: Negotiating Tensions Between Capitalism and Altruism in Twentieth Century Canada
  7. Variations on the Theme of Remembering: A National Survey of How Canadians Use the Past

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