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2007 Discours de la présidente de la S.H.C. L’histoire publique et le mécontentement qu’elle suscite ou L’histoire à l’ère de Wikipedia

Conrad, Margaret (2007)

Conformément au thème du congrès, « Créer des ponts : des communautés de savoir à un savoir public », la présente communication traite des questions liées à l’histoire publique et l’impact d’Internet — le moyen de communication le plus public qui soit — sur les façons dont ...

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Equitable Claims and Future Considerations: Road Building and Colonization in Early Ontario, 1850–1890

Murray, Derek (2013)

In the 1850s, the government of Canada West initiated a project to colonize a vast “waste land” known as the Ottawa-Huron Tract. Resettlement was encouraged through the building of a network of colonization roads and the offer of free grant lots along the roads. In the backwoods, where ...

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Le dialogue avec l’Autre : les dirigeants franco-ontariens et la question de l’immigration, 1927-1968

Martel, Marcel (1995)

Cet article traite de la question des perceptions et des attitudes des leaders de la communauté franco-ontarienne à l'égard du phénomène de l'immigration, de 1927 à 1968. D'abord hostiles à l'immigration pendant la dépression économique des années 1930, les dirigeants franco-ontariens ...

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Presidential Address: Historical Thinking, C.P. Snow’s Two Cultures, and a Hope for the Twenty-First Century

Gaffield, Chad (2001)

During the past thirty years, researchers have reconceptualized historical change within and across societies. At the time of the “new social history” in the 1960s and 1970s, scholars may have argued about method and the relative importance of “top-down” and “bottom-up” forces but they ...

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Winning Back the Intellectuals: Inside Canada’s “First War on Terror,” 1968-1970

Gauvreau, Michael (2009)

Historical treatments of the October Crisis have tended to focus on a simple dichotomy between the aims of the Canadian government and the Front de Libération du Québec, have suggested the tensions in the relationship between federal and provincial levels of government during the crisis, or have ...

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“We Dare Entertain Thoughts not to the Liking of Present-Day Bigots”: Radical Slavs, Race, Civil Rights, and Anti-Communism in Red-Scare America

Zecker, Robert M. (2014)

Developing a white identity was a key component in immigrants’ acculturation to America. Many immigrants learned to distance themselves from black fellow workers through cultural productions that delineated blacks as impermissible outsiders, and made a case for Slavic or Mediterranean inclusion in ...

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Madness in the Archives: Anonymity, Ethics, and Mental Health History Research

Wright, David et al. (2012)

Historians have long been vexed by the challenges of using patient records as primary sources. Lurking behind the many methodological and interpretative challenges are ethical questions involving the status and identity of the dead patient. What rights do the deceased maintain over their medical ...

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Women Policing Women: A Patrol Woman in Montreal in the 1910s

Myers, Tamara (1993)

The policewoman movement in England, Canada, and the United States begun in the 19th century with the prison reform movement. Just as separate prisons for women would protect them from the sexual danger of incarceration so would police matrons save the detained woman from the threat posed by male ...

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Fishing in the Cold War: Canada, Newfoundland and the International Politics of the Twelve-Mile Fishing Limit, 1958-1969

Wright, Miriam (1997)

The intensification of offshore fishing by European trawlers in the northwest Atlantic in the 1950s and 1960s had many repercussions for the Newfoundland fishery. With only a three-mile fishing limit between themselves and the more technologically advanced Europeans, many people involved in the ...

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