Table of Contents for the latest issue of Acadiensis

A new issue of the journal Acadiensis is hot off the press, with plenty of exciting new research on the Atlantic region, the latest Past and Present features, a number of review essays and historiographical commentaries, and a tribute to Herb Wyile.

ACADIENSIS
VOL. XLVI, NO. 2 SUMMER/AUTUMN 2017
ÉTÉ/AUTOMNE 2017

Micah A. Pawling
Wəlastəkwey (Maliseet) Homeland: Waterscapes and Continuity within the Lower St. John River Valley, 1784-1900

Stephen Hay
How to win Friends and Trade with People: Southern Inuit, George Cartwright, and Labrador Households, 1763 to 1809

Penney Clark and K.M. Gemmell
“The school book question is a farce”: Free Textbook Provision in Nova Scotia, 1864-1944

Philippe Volpé
De l’ACJA à l’ACIC ou de l’Action nationale à l’Action catholique : associations jeunesse et mobilisations collectives en Acadie, 1908-1942

Stephen Harold Riggins
Sociology by Anthropologists: A Chapter in the History of an Academic Discipline in Newfoundland during the 1960s

PRESENT AND PAST/PRÉSENT ET PASSÉ

Julien Massicotte
L’ambivalence acadienne : discours et identité à l’heure de la Confédération

Martha Elizabeth Walls
Confederation and Maritime First Nations

Phillip Buckner
Beware the Canadian Wolf: The Maritimes and Confederation

REVIEW ESSAYS/NOTES CRITIQUES

Barrington Walker
Exhuming the Archive: Black Slavery and Freedom in the Maritimes and Beyond

Yves Frenette
Mémoire et historiographie acadiennes : autour de deux livres

J.T.H. Connor
Community Roots, Global Reach: The Hospital as Academic Medical Centre

HISTORIOGRAPHIC COMMENTARY/COMMENTAIRE HISTORIOGRAPHIQUE

Lianne McTavish, Andrea Terry, Susan Ashley, Heather Igloriorte, and Kirsty Robertson
Critical Museum Theory/Museum Studies in Canada: A Conversation

IN MEMORIAM

Tony Tremblay
Herb Wyile

About The Acadiensis Blog

The Acadiensis Blog is a place for Atlantic Canadian historians to share their research with both a scholarly and general audience. We welcome submissions on all topics Atlantic Canadian. If you are interested in contributing to the blog, please contact Acadiensis Digital Communications Editor Corey Slumkoski at corey.slumkoski@msvu.ca.
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