restricted access   Volume 48, Numéro/Number 96, Mai/May 2015

Table of Contents

Section thématique : Migration et transnationalisme : de nouveaux discours sur des thèmes anciens / Themed Section: Documenting Migration and Transnationalism: New Directions on Old Themes

Introduction

pp. 1-6
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East Coast, West Coast: Using Government Files to Study Immigration History

pp. 7-23
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Handprints in the Archives: Exploring the Emotional Life of the State

pp. 25-43
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Eating Across Borders: Reading Immigrant Cookbooks

pp. 45-65
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“Close together, though miles and miles apart”: Family, Distance, and Emotion in the Letters of the Taylor Sisters, 1881-1921

pp. 67-86
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Competing Cosmologies: Reading Migration and Identity in an Ethno-religious Newspaper

pp. 87-105
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Articles

“The Industry of the Beaver”: Looking at Canadian Participation at the Intercolonial Exhibition, Sydney, New South Wales, 1877

pp. 107-135
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W. Waters Butler and the Making of a Progressive Brewer in Britain, 1890-1922

pp. 137-160
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Entreprises ouvrières et luttes sociales en Andalousie : Implications idéologiques

pp. 161-192
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Skating on the Border: Hockey, Class, and Commercialism in Interwar Britain

pp. 193-213
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The Emergence of Naturopathy in Two Canadian Provinces: British Columbia and Ontario, 1920-1970

pp. 215-244
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“A Haven for Perverts, Criminals, and Goons”: Children and the Battle for and Against Canadian Internet Regulation, 1991-1999

pp. 245-274
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Note de recherche / Research Note

Le saint sacrifice de la marche : pieds, charité et statut social dans les confréries portugaises à l’époque moderne

pp. 275-288
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Études critiques / Review Essays

New Peoples, Renewed Debates

pp. 289-293
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’namała, Su Na chii k’chige, ʔems taʔaw: Indigenous-Academic Collaborative Histories

pp. 294-302
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Comptes rendus / Book Reviews

Les universités dans la ville, XVIe-XVIIIe siècle dir. by Thierry Amalou et Boris Noguès (review)

pp. 303-305
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Crossing the Bay of Bengal: the Furies of Nature and the Fortunes of Migrants by Sunil Amrith (review)

pp. 305-307
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National Myths: Constructed Pasts, Contested Presents ed. by Gérard Bouchard (review)

pp. 307-309
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Feminist History in Canada: New Essays on Women, Gender, Work and Nation by Catherine Carstairs and Nancy Janovicek (review)

pp. 309-312
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Circulations et réseaux transnationaux en Europe (XVIIIe-XXe siècles). Acteurs, pratiques, modèles dir. by Landry Charrier, Karine Rance et Friederike Spitzl-Dupic (review)

pp. 312-314
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De la république en Amérique française. Anthologie pédagogique des discours républicains au Québec 1703-1967 by Marc Chevrier, Louis-Georges Harvey, Stéphane Kelly et Samuel Trudeau (review)

pp. 314-316
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Building a Public Judaism. Synagogues and Jewish Identity in Nineteenth-Century Europe by Saskia Coenen Snyder (review)

pp. 316-319
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A World without Jews: The Nazi Imagination from Persecution to Genocide by Alon Confino (review)

pp. 319-321
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The Dawn of Canada’s Century: Hidden Histories ed. by Gordon Dorroch (review)

pp. 321-323
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‘A Student in Arms’: Donald Hankey and Edwardian Society at War by Ross Davies (review)

pp. 323-325
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Culture in Dark Times: Nazi Fascism, Inner Emigration, and Exile by Jost Hermand (review)

pp. 325-327
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In Duty Bound: Men, Women, and the State in Upper Canada, 1783-1841 by J.K. Johnson (review)

pp. 327-329
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Vivre et pêcher dans les Notre-Dame. Excursion archéologique sur le barachois de Mont-Louis au Régime français by Tommy Simon Pelletier (review)

pp. 329-331
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The Patriotic Consensus: Unity, Morale, and the Second World War in Winnipeg by Jody Perrun (review)

pp. 331-333
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On Historical Distance by Mark Salber Phillips (review)

pp. 333-335
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Standing up with Ga’axsta’las: Jane Constance Cook and the Politics of Memory, Church, and Custom by Leslie A. Robertson, and the Kwagu’ł Gixsam (review)

pp. 335-338
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Revolutionary Pamphlets, Propaganda and Political Culture in Colonial Bengal by Shukla Sanyal (review)

pp. 338-340
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Transatlantic Methodists: British Wesleyanism and the Formation of an Evangelical Culture in Nineteenth-Century Ontario and Quebec by Todd Webb (review)

pp. 341-342
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