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Submissions from 2010

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Debating Russia's Choice between Great Britain and Germany: Count Benckendorff versus Count Lamsdorff, 1902–1906, Marina Soroka

Researching Asia in Canada, Geoffrey Stewart

The Cold War: The Nonaligned States (since 1955), Geoffrey Stewart

Review of The William Howard Taft Presidency by Louis L. Gould, Geoffrey C. Stewart

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Chris Dummitt, Michael Dawson, eds. Contesting Clio’s Craft: New Directions and Debates in Canadian History., Jeffery Vacante

Introduction, Jonathan Vance

W.L. Morton, Margaret Laurence, and the Writing of Manitoba,, Robert Wardhaugh

Behind the Scenes: The Life and Work of William Clifford Clark, Robert A. Wardhaugh

John Bracken, Robert Wardhaugh and Jason Thistlewaite

Submissions from 2009

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From “Text” to Context in the Teaching of World Religions, William Acres

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What Are “World Religions” Teaching Us? Post-Imperialism in Contemporary Views of Global Faiths, William Acres

Augmenting Historical Research with Databases: A Case Study of 16th Century Elizabethan Military, Michael Bauer and William Acres

From Hungary to Canada: The Building of My Dream, John Heffner and Ulrich Frisse

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Conducting Haudenosaunee Historical Research from Home: In the Shadow of the Six Nations–Caledonia Reclamation, Susan Hill

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Guest Editors' Remarks, Susan M. Hill and Jane Logan McCallum

Hard Struggles of Doubt: Abolitionists and the Problem of Slave Redemption, Margaret M. R. Kellow

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The Genesis of Industrial America, 1870-1920 (review), Robert MacDougall

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A Far Different Place, Alan MacEachern

An Introduction, In Theory and Practice, Alan MacEachern

Lost in Shipping: Canadian National Parks and the International Donation of Wildlife, Alan MacEachern

Method and Meaning in Canadian Environmental History, Alan MacEachern and William J. Turkel

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Myth and Migration: Unpicking the Career of the Reverend John Sprott, Barbara C. Murison

Ambitions Tamed: Urban Expansion in Pre-revolutionary Lyon, Pierre Claude Reynard

Fighting Words: Imperial Censorship and the Russian Press, 1804-1906, Charles A. Ruud

The Constant Diplomat: Robert Ford in Moscow, Charles A. Ruud