Acadiensis Winter/Spring 2017 Table of Contents

We’re back from hiatus with a new issue of the journal hot off the presses. Take a gander at the exciting research on offer in the Winter/Spring 2017 issue of Acadiensis.

ACADIENSIS

VOL. XLVI, NO. 1

WINTER/SPRING 2017 HIVER/PRINTEMPS 2017

RUMA CHOPRA
Maroons and Mi’kmaq in Nova Scotia, 1796-1800

WILL LANGFORD
Trans-Atlantic Sheep, Regional Development, and the Cape Breton Development Corporation, 1972-1982

ELIZABETH MANCKE, DAVID BENT, AND MARK J. MCLAUGHLIN
“their unalienable right and privilege”: New Brunswick’s Challenge to the
Militarization of the British Empire, 1807-1814

JOHN G. REID
Cricket, the Retired Feather Merchant, and Settler Colonialism: The Troubled Halifax Sojourn of A.H. Leighton, 1912

RESEARCH NOTES/NOTES DE RECHERCHE

RANDY WIDDIS
Greater New England as Cultural Borderland: A Critical Appraisal

GREG MARQUIS
Growth Fantasies: Setting the Urban Agenda in Saint John, New Brunswick, 1960-1976

PRESENT AND PAST/PRÉSENT ET PASSÉ

DONALD WRIGHT
Sesquicentennial Cerebrations

DAVID LOWENTHAL
Canadian Historical Nonchalance and Newfoundland Exceptionalism

HEIDI MACDONALD
Women’s Suffrage and Confederation

DANIEL SAMSON
“Damn TORYISM say I”: Dissent, Print Culture, and Anti-Confederation Thought in James Barry’s Diary

REVIEW ESSAYS/NOTES CRITIQUES

DENIS MCKIM
Times Have Changed: Recent Writings on the History of Christianity in Canada

JEFF A. WEBB
Culture, Art, and the Sense of Place

T. STEPHEN HENDERSON
Newfoundland Studies 2.0

HISTORIOGRAPHIC COMMENTARY/COMMENTAIRE HISTORIOGRAPHIQUE

HARVEY AMANI WHITFIELD
The African Diaspora in Atlantic Canada: History, Historians, and Historiography

BIBLIOGRAPHY/BIBLIOGRAPHIE

COREY SLUMKOSKI
Preface to E.R. Forbes’s Bibliography

DONALD WRIGHT
E.R. Forbes, 1940-2015: A Bibliography

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About Corey Slumkoski

Corey Slumkoski is an associate professor of history at Mount Saint Vincent University and the Digital Communications Editor for Acadiensis.
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