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Power, Place and Identity: Studies of Social and Legal Regulation in Quebec (1998)

Power, Place and Identity: Studies of Social and Legal Regulation in Quebec. Dirigé par Tamara Myers, Kate Boyer, Mary Anne Poutanen et Steven Watt. (1998)

Actes d'un colloque du Groupe d'histoire de Montréal, Montréal, mai 1996
Occasional Papers of the Montreal History Group
Numéro 3

 

Table des matières:

Kate Boyer. “Re-working Respectability: The Feminisation of Clerical Work and the Politics of Public Virtue in Early Twentieth-Century Montreal.”

Bettina Bradbury. “Debating Dower: Patriarchy, Capitalism and Widows’ Rights in Lower Canada.”

Donald Fyson. “The Biasees of Ancien Régime Justice: The People and the Justices of the Peace in the District of Montreal, 1785-1830.”

Peter Gossage. “Tangled Webs: Remarriage and Family Conflict in Nineteenth-Century Quebec.”

Suzanne Morton. “A Man’s City: Montreal, Gambling and Male Space in the 1940s.”

Mary Anne Poutanen. “The Geography of Prostitution in an Early Nineteenth-Century Urban Centre: Montreal, 1810-1842.”

Sarah Schmidt. “ ‘Private’ Acts in ‘Public’ Spaces: Parks in Turn-of-the-Century Montreal.”

Brian Young. “The Volunteer Militia in Lower Canada, 1837-50.”

 

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Power, Place and Identity: Studies of Social and Legal Regulation in Quebec.

 

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