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Authorized Heritage

Place, Memory, and Historic Sites in Prairie Canada

by Robert Coutts
edition: eBook
tagged: post-confederation (1867-), social history, historiography

"Authorized Heritage" analyses the history of commemoration at heritage sites across western Canada. Using extensive research from predominantly government records, it argues that heritage narratives are almost always based on national messages that commonly reflect colonial perceptions of the past. Yet many of the places that commemorate Indigenou …

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Early Papers on History, Volume 25

edited by Robert M. Doran, S.J. & John D. Dadosky, by Lonergan Research Institute
edition: Hardcover
tagged: theology, historiography, philosophy

In the mid- to late-1930s, while he was a student at the Gregorian University in Rome, Bernard Lonergan wrote a series of eight essays on the philosophy and theology of history. These essays foreshadow a number of the major themes in his life’s work.

 

The significance of these essays is enormous, not only for an understanding of the later trajecto …

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Towards a New Ethnohistory

Community-Engaged Scholarship among the People of the River

edited by Keith Thor Carlson; John Sutton Lutz; David M. Schaepe & Naxaxalhts’i – Albert “Sonny” McHalsie
edition: Hardcover
also available: Paperback eBook
tagged: native american studies, historiography, native american

"Towards a New Ethnohistory" engages respectfully in cross-cultural dialogue and interdisciplinary methods to co-create with Indigenous people a new, decolonized ethnohistory. This new ethnohistory reflects Indigenous ways of knowing and is a direct response to critiques of scholars who have for too long foisted their own research agendas onto Indi …

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Reading Canadian Women's and Gender History

edited by Nancy Janovicek & Carmen Nielson
edition: eBook
tagged: historiography, women

Inspired by the question of "what’s next?" in the field of Canadian women’s and gender history, this broadly historiographical volume represents a conversation among established and emerging scholars who share a commitment to understanding the past from intersectional feminist perspectives. It includes original essays on Quebecois, Indigenous, …

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