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viewing issueVolume 95, Number 4, December 2014
Table of Contents
- The Text that Nature Renders?
- pp. 545-554
- The Historiography of the Enigmatic North
- pp. 555-566
- Coming In from the Cold
- pp. 567-573
- Empires of Nature and the Nature of Empires
- pp. 585-591
- Borders, Intersections, and Ideas of Nature
- pp. 604-609
- Imagining Canada: Reflections in the Flames
- pp. 610-620
- A Response to Michael Cross on Patrician Liberal
- pp. 673-674
- Recent Publications Relating to Canada
- pp. 675-686
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