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  1. Black Creativity, Expressive Cultures, and Narratives of Space and Place
  2. Cheryl Thompson
  3. pp. 213-215
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  1. Ola Skanks: Delayed Recognition of a Dance Artist Ahead of Her Time
  2. Seika Boye
  3. pp. 216-228
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  1. Black Gold: A Black Feminist Art History of 1920s Montréal
  2. Joana Joachim
  3. pp. 266-291
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  1. Makers and Keepers: Two Lives, through Photographs
  2. Kelann Currie-Williams
  3. pp. 292-319
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  1. “We Don’t Have Those American Problems”: Anti-Black Practices in Canada’s Rap Music Marketplace, 1985–2020
  2. Francesca D’Amico-Cuthbert
  3. pp. 320-352
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  1. Educating from Difference: Perspectives on Black Cultural Art Educators’ Experiences with Culturally Responsive Teaching
  2. Collette Murray
  3. pp. 353-380
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  1. Witchcraft Pamphlets at the Dawn of the Scottish Enlightenment
  2. Nico Mara-McKay
  3. pp. 381-401
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  1. Father James Page: An Enslaved Preacher’s Climb to Freedom by Larry Eugene Rivers (review)
  2. Loren Schweninger
  3. pp. 402-403
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  1. A Love Letter to Africville by Amanda Carvery-Taylor (review)
  2. Stephanie Dotto
  3. pp. 403-405
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  1. Until We Are Free: Reflections on Black Lives Matters in Canada ed. by Rodney Diverlus, Sandy Hudson and Syrus Marcus Ware (review)
  2. Alana Butler
  3. pp. 405-408
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  1. Academic Well-Being of Racialized Students ed. by Benita Bunjun (review)
  2. Danielle Kinsey
  3. pp. 408-410
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  1. The Italian Renaissance of Machines by Paolo Galluzzi (review)
  2. Neil Tarrant
  3. pp. 410-412
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  1. The Grace of the Italian Renaissance by Ita MacCarthy (review)
  2. Elizabeth McCahill
  3. pp. 412-414
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  1. Those They Called Idiots: The Idea of the Disabled Mind from 1700 to the Present Day by Simon Jarrett (review)
  2. Elizabeth Nelson
  3. pp. 414-416
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  1. On Civilization’s Edge: A Polish Borderland in the Interwar World by Kathryn Ciancia (review)
  2. Paweł Markiewicz
  3. pp. 416-418
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  1. The August Trials: The Holocaust and Postwar Justice in Poland by Andrew Kornbluth (review)
  2. Catherine Epstein
  3. pp. 418-420
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  1. A Line of Blood and Dirt: Creating the Canada–United States Border across Indigenous Lands by Benjamin Hoy (review)
  2. Brenden W. Rensink
  3. pp. 420-422
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  1. Inside the U.S. Navy of 1812–1815 by William S. Dudley (review)
  2. Evan Wilson
  3. pp. 423-424
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  1. Authorized Heritage: Place, Memory, and Historic Sites in Prairie Canada by Robert Coutts (review)
  2. Jessica M. DeWitt
  3. pp. 427-429
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  1. Anxious Days and Tearful Nights: Canadian War Wives during the Great War by Martha Hanna (review)
  2. Sarah Glassford
  3. pp. 429-431
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  1. Compelled to Act: Histories of Women’s Activism in Western Canada ed. by Sarah Carter and Nanci Langford (review)
  2. Sherry L. Smith
  3. pp. 431-433
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  1. Queen of the Maple Leaf: Beauty Contests and Settler Femininity by Patrizia Gentile (review)
  2. Isabelle LeBlanc
  3. pp. 433-435
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  1. Canada’s Waste Flows by Myra J. Hird (review)
  2. Matthew Hatvany
  3. pp. 435-437
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  1. Truth in Many Tongues: Religious Conversion and the Language of the Early Spanish Empire by Daniel I. Wasserman-Soler (review)
  2. Jason Dyck
  3. pp. 438-439
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  1. Quakers in the British Atlantic World, c. 1660–1800 by Esther Sahle (review)
  2. Sarah Crabtree
  3. pp. 440-441
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  1. In Good Relation: History, Gender, and Kinship in Indigenous Feminisms ed. by Sarah Nickel and Amanda Fehr (review)
  2. Karla J. Strand
  3. pp. 445-447
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