Submissions from 2009

The Crime Scene, the Evidential Fetish and the Usable Past, William J. Turkel

It Costs Something to Learn Something: Property Rights, Information Costs and the Struggle at Fish Lake, William J. Turkey

A History of Canadian Culture, Jonathan F. Vance

Bamboo Cage: The P.O.W. Diary of Flight Lieutenant Robert Wyse, 1942-1943, Jonathan F. Vance

Submissions from 2008


Office-Holding and Holding onto Office: Duration of Military Captaincies in Elizabeth I’s Armies, 1579-1603, William Acres


University Curriculum and Religions: Museum, Mausoleum, or Mansion?, William Acres


Interchange: The Promise of Digital History, Daniel J. Cohen, Michael Frisch, Patrick Gallagher, Steven Mintz, Kirsten Sword, Amy Murrell Taylor, William G. Thomas III, and William J. Turkel

Borders Within: First Nations and Anthropology in Victorian Ontario, Michelle A. Hamilton

Jews and the Zichy Estate: A Case Study in Magnate-Jewish Relations, Howard N. Lupovitch


Navigating Rough Waters: Alexander Kohut and the Hungarian Roots of Conservative Judaism, Howard N. Lupovitch


Writing the History of Canadian Parks: Past, Present, and Future, Alan MacEachern


The Wake of Wellington: Englishness in 1852 (review), Allyson N. May


Review of In the Midst of Alarms: The Untold Story of Women and the War of 1812 by Dianne Graves., Katherine McKenna

Working Life at the Isthmus, Rideau Canal, 1827-1831, Katherine McKenna


GATT and the Cold War: Accession Debates, Institutional Development, and the Western Alliance, 1947–1959, Francine McKenzie

Lapidary Inscriptions: Rhetoric, Reality and the Baillies of Mellerstain, Barbara C. Murison

Conducting Archival Research in Hồ Chí Minh City: Some Personal Observations, Geoffrey Stewart


Christopher Dummitt. The Manly Modern: Masculinity in Postwar Canada., Jeffery Vacante


Du vrai au juste. La mémoire, l'histoire et l'oubli (Review), Jeffery Vacante

Unlikely Soldiers: How Two Canadians Fought the Secret War Against Nazi Occupation, Jonathan F. Vance

Submissions from 2007

A History of Success : Paul Tuerr: A German-Canadian Life, Ulrich Frisse


“Anyone not on the list might as well be dead”: Aboriginal Peoples and the Censuses of Canada, 1851–1916, Michelle A. Hamilton

In the King’s Service: Provisioning and Quartering the British Army in the Old Northwest, 1760-1773, Michelle A. Hamilton


“A Wealth of Historical Interest”: The Medical Artifact Collection at the University of Western Ontario, Michelle A. Hamilton and Rebecca Woods

Conflicting Imperatives: Black and White American Abolitionists Debate the Question of Slave Redemption, Margaret M. R. Kellow