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Gender and Gentility on the Lower Canadian Frontier: Lucy Peel’s Journal, 1833-36

Little, J. I. (1999)

This paper examines the gender and class values reflected in the journal of a young English woman who lived with her husband near Sherbrooke during the 1830s. Contrary to the claims of studies dealing with the British gentry in Upper Canada, the lives of the local elite described in Lucy Peel's ...

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Tools of Empire? Vietnamese Catholics in South Vietnam

Nguyen-Marshall, Van (2009)

This article examines the social and political activities of Vietnamese Roman Catholics in South Vietnam in the period from the 1950s to the 1970s. The Catholics’ participation in the public sphere, ranging from joining humanitarian organizations to organizing street protests, suggests that they ...

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Italian Immigrants and Working-Class Movements in the United States: A Personal Reflection on Class and Ethnicity

Vecoli, Rudolph J. (1993)

The article argues that the locus of the most interesting and important work in the fields of immigration and labor history lies precisely at the intersection of class and ethnicity. In developing this thesis, particularly with respect to Italian immigrant working-class movements in the United ...

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Working-Class Standards of Living in Late-Victorian Urban Ontario: A Review of the Miscellaneous Evidence on the Quality of Material Life

Gagan, David et al. (1990)

Owing to the lack of long series of data pertaining to wages and retail prices, the analysis of standards of living in late-Victorian Ontario presents unusually difficult problems for the social historian. Following the model adopted by the participants in the earlier British standard-of-living ...

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Writing History in Macaulay’s Shadow: J.R. Seeley, E.A. Freeman, and the Audience for Scientific History in Late Victorian Britain

Hesketh, Ian (2011)

So similar were the historical mindsets of J. R. Seeley and E. A. Freeman that there is still some confusion about which one coined the famous dictum that “history is past politics, politics present history”. Not only did they agree about history’s proper subject matter, they were also leading ...

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The Incorporation of Philanthropy: Negotiating Tensions Between Capitalism and Altruism in Twentieth Century Canada

Liverant, Bettina (2009)

Exploring the intersection points of institutionalized philanthropy and the Canadian corporation in periods of rising capital concentration, this paper demonstrates how changes in business approaches to charitable donation mirror larger transformations in corporate capitalism and organization, and ...

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Variations on the Theme of Remembering: A National Survey of How Canadians Use the Past

Friesen, Gerald et al. (2009)

This paper in collective remembering is based on a telephone survey of 3,419 adult residents of Canada. The questionnaire contains over 70 questions. The interviews average over 20 minutes in length. Part of the Canadians and Their Pasts project, the survey seeks to assess how Canadians use the past ...

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Liturgies urbaines et rapports sociaux en France au XVIe siècle : fascination militaire, quartiers et corporations de métiers

Dolan, Claire (1994)

Démonstration de pouvoir, l'entrée royale dans les bonnes villes de France donne en spectacle la relation entre la royauté et ses villes mais elle fournit aussi aux urbains Ioccasion de se représenter eux-mêmes. L'objectif méthodologique de cet article est de vérifier si les descriptions d' ...

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Being Muslim in Soviet Central Asia, or an Alternative History of Muslim Modernity

Khalid, Adeeb (2007)

The literature on Muslim modernity takes little account of the experience of the Muslim societies of the Soviet Union, even though they might have undergone some of the most radical transitions to modernity. The Soviet sought a different kind of modernity, one without markets and liberalism, and one ...

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Webs of Affection and Obligation: Glimpse into Families and Nineteenth Century Transatlantic Communities

Errington, Elizabeth Jane (2008)

This paper explores the networks of affection, of frustration, and of obligation that continued to tie families and friends divided by the Atlantic in the first half of the nineteenth century as seen through the correspondence of two men — John Gemmill, who with his wife and 7 children emigrated ...

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