History Publications


Research in History Publications covers a broad range of subjects, tracing and uncovering their changes over time. Researchers examine pasts of societies around the globe, focusing on culture, international relations, war, health, business, and environment.


Submissions from 2008


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


Archibald Campbell's Enquiry into the Original of Moral Virtue, Presbyterian Orthodoxy, and the Scottish Enlightenment, Anne Skoczylas

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

’This Ambitious Polish Jew’: Rethinking the Conversion and Career of Bishop Isaac Hellmuth, Monda Halpern


“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


Native Education and In-Classroom Coalition-Building, Susan M. Hill and Sabrina E.R Saunders


Close Fire Support: The Sexton Self-Propelled Gun and the 23rd Field Regiment, 1942-45, Andrew Iarocci

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

The Oriental Imaginary: Constructions of Female Bondage in Women’s Antislavery Discourse, Margaret M. R. Kellow

"We Are No Less Friendly to Liberty Than They": British Antislavery Activists Respond to the Crisis in the American Colonies, Margaret M. R. Kellow

Jews at the Crossroads: Tradition and Accommodation during the Golden Age of the Hungarian Nobility, 1729-1878, Howard N. Lupovitch


The Postal Age: The Emergence of Modern Communications in Nineteenth-Century America by David M. Henkin, Robert MacDougall

The All-Red Dream: Technological Nationalism and the Trans-Canada Telephone System, Robert MacDougall

The Wire Devils: Pulp Thrillers, the Telephone, and Action at a Distance in the Wiring of a Nation, Robert MacDougall


The Incendiary: The Misadventures of John the Painter, First Modern Terrorist (review), Allyson N. May


Review of Gender, Crime and Judicial Discretion, 1780-1830 by Deirdre Palk, Allyson N. May