Journal of the Canadian Historical Association

Volume 21, numéro 1, 2010

Sommaire (7 articles)

Montreal 2010

  1. “Don't Speak For Me”: Practicing Oral History amidst the Legacies of Conflict
  2. Quelle guerre raconter ? Le dilemme du légionnaire Paul Caron
  3. The Myth of the Emperor and the Yamato Race: The Role of the Tairiku nippô in the Promotion of Japanese-Canadian Transnational Ethnic Identity in the 1920s and the 1930s
  4. Subjects of Interpretation: Second Language Acquisition by Jesuit Missionaries among the Northern Ojibwa, 1842–1880
  5. “I was a 555-pound freak”: The Self, Freakery, and Sexuality in Celesta ‘Dolly Dimples’ Geyer’s Diet or Die
  6. “This Room is Yours, Personal!”: The Rise and Fall of Middle-Class Decoration Expertise in the Bedrooms of America’s Teens, 1900–1985
  7. (Re-)telling Newfoundland Sealing Masculinity: Narrative and Counter-narrative

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