Volume 39, Number 1, Winter 2005

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Canadian Studies/Revue d'études canadiennes

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Awakening to the Intergenerational Equity Debate in Canada

pp. 5-21
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"God of the Whiteman! God of the Indian! God Al-fucking-mighty!": The Residential School Legacy in Two Canadian Plays

pp. 23-48
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Holiday at the Banff School of Fine Arts: The Cinematic Production of Culture, Nature, and Nation in the Canadian Rockies, 1945-1952

pp. 49-73
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The Predicament of Belonging: The Status of Enemy Aliens in Canada, 1914

pp. 74-89
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Too Close to Home: Middlebrow Anti-Modernism and the Sentimental Poetry of Edna Jaques

pp. 90-114
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The Emigrant and the Noble Savage: Sir Francis Bond Head's Romantic Approach to Aboriginal Policy in Upper Canada, 1836-1838

pp. 115-138
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"While there is Still Time...": J. Murray Gibbon and the Spectacle of Difference in Three CPR Folk Festivals, 1928-1931

pp. 139-174
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Making New Identities: Alberta Small Towns Confront the City, 1900-1950

pp. 175-197
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New Books

New Books

pp. 199-201
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 202-203
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Canadian Studies News and Notes

Canadian Studies News and Notes

pp. 204-209
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Annual Index

Annual Index Annuel: Volume 37, 2002-2003

pp. 210-213
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Annual Index Annuel: Volume 38, 2003-2004

pp. 214-216
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