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Bibliography

 

Collective Bibliography of the Montreal History Group

Please note, membership has changed over time.  This list reflects research that has been supported by the Group research projects

 

Forthcoming

Baillargeon, Denyse. “Splendeurs et misères de la ‘Revanche des berceaux’ ”, in A. Caumartin, J. Goyette, K. Hébert and M.-E. Lapointe (eds), Je me souviens. J’imagine. Montreal : Presses de l’Université de Montréal.

Baillargeon, Denyse. “The History of Women and Gender, and Nationalism in Quebec”, in Nancy Janovicek and Carmen Nielson (eds), A Companion to Canadian Women’s and Gender History. Toronto : University of Toronto Press.

Fahrni, Magda. « Les études de 1er cycle en histoire au Québec.  Réflexions d’une ancienne directrice du Département d’histoire de l’UQAM », Bulletin d’histoire politique, à paraître automne 2020.

Fahrni, Magda. « Ida Roth Steinberg », Dictionnaire biographique du Canada, à paraître.

Fahrni, Magda. Of Kith and Kin: A History of Families in Canada, Don Mills, Oxford University Press (sous presse, à paraître 2021).

Horner, Daniel.  “Trouble at the Edge of Town: Policing Montreal's Urban Periphery in the Middle of the Nineteenth Century.” Submitted for publication in Jon Stobart and Dag Lindstrom. Eds.,Micro-geographies of the Western City, 1750-1900, Routledge Press.

Kenny, Nicolas. “Constitutional Rights at the Kitchen Table: British Columbia Francophones and the Making of a Minority-Language Educational System,” Historical Studies in Education (Forthcoming, Autumn 2020). 

Kenny, Nicolas. "Tuning In: Emotion, Sound, and the Urban Landscape of Radio Broadcasting in Postwar Brussels,” in Katie Barclay and Jade Riddle (eds.), Urban Emotions and the Making of the City: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. New York: Routledge, Taylor and Francis, Forthcoming, 2021.

Madokoro, Laura. “Exceptions and Exceptionality: Adrienne Clarkson, Narration and the Promise of the Refugee Experience,” in States of Refuge edited by Vinh Nguyen and Thy Phu (forthcoming, University of Toronto Press).

Madokoro, Laura. “On Public Sanctuary: Exploring the Nature of Refuge in Precarious Times,” Research Handbook on the Law and Politics of Migration (forthcoming, Edward Elgar Publishing).

Rainville, P.-E. « De l’égalité formelle à l’égalité réelle : l’approche systémique du racisme et le combat pour la défense des droits humains au Québec », Nouvelles pratiques sociales, vol. 31, no 2 et vol. 32, no 1, automne 2020 (à paraître). 

Ross, Daniel. The Heart of Toronto: Remaking Downtown Yonge Street, UBC Press (in revision).

Roy, Sonya. "Une catégorie de chômeurs à part : les cols blancs de Montréal, 1930–1935", Labour/Le Travail, fall 2019.

Taschereau, Sylvie. “Le boulevard Saint-Laurent, une voie de pénétration dans la ville” in Claude Bellavance and Marc St-Hilaire (eds), Le Fait Urbain. Québec: Les Presses de l’Université Laval.

 

2020

Horner, Daniel. Taking to the Streets: Crowds, Politics, and the Urban Experience in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Montreal. McGill-Queen's University Press, 2020.

Kenny, Nicolas. “Saving the Steamship: Brussels’ Maison de la Radio and the Urban Emotions of a Broadcasting Institution,” International Journal of Heritage Studies 26.8 (2020), pp. 806-822, published online 11 December 2019.  

Lévesque, Andrée. « Éva Circé-Côté, première bibliothécaire de la Ville de Montréal », dans Marcel Lajeunesse et Éric Leroux, Pour une histoire des femmes bibliothécaires au Québec. Portraits et parcours de vies professionnelles, Montréal, PUQAM, 2020, p. 27-32.

Madokoro, Laura. “Citizens as Refugees: Troubling the Careful Divide, 1942-1945,” Journal of American Ethnic History 39(3) Spring 2020: 17 - 48.

Madokoro, Laura. ““Nothing to Offer in Return”: Refugees, human rights and genocide in Cambodia, 1975-1978,” International Journal, Spring 2020, https://doi.org/10.1177/0020702020933643.

Poirier, Valérie. "Expertise, Local Knowledge, and the Construction of the Automobile as an Environmental Risk in Montreal, 1960s–70s", Canadian Historical Review, Volume 101 Issue 3, September 2020, pp. 397-423.

Rainville, P.E., « "Un programme unique dans le monde entier" : le Congrès juif canadien, les Canadiens français catholiques et la lutte pour le droit à l’égalité "raciale" et religieuse au Québec (1945-1950), Histoire sociale/Social History, Vol. 57, No. 105, novembre 2020.

Rudy, Jarrett. "Le mouvement montréalais pour la « fermeture de bonne heure » des commerces. Genre, classe et régulation sociale du temps à l’époque libérale (1885-1909)", dans Martin Petitclerc, Louise Bienvenue, David Niget, Martin Robert et Cory Verbauwhede (dir.), Question sociale et citoyenneté. La dimension politique des régulations sociales (XIXe et XXe siècles), Québec, Presses de l’Université du Québec, 2020.

Taschereau, Sylvie. « Les coopératives de crédit et l'entrée des immigrants juifs dans l’économie montréalaise, 1911-1945 ». Claude Bellavance et Marc St-Hilaire (dir.), Le fait urbain, Québec, Centre interuniversitaire d'études québécoises (coll. « Atlas historique du Québec »), 2020. https://atlas.cieq.ca/le-fait-urbain/interactif/les-cooperatives-de-credit-et-l-entree-des-immigrants-juifsdans-l-economie-montrealaise-1911-1945.html

 

 

2019

Baillargeon, Denyse. Repenser la nation. L'histoire du suffrage féminin au Québec. Montreal: les éditions remue-ménage, 2019.

Baillargeon, Denyse. To Be Equals in Our Own Country: Women and the Vote in Quebec. Vancouver, UBC Press, 2019.

Fourot, Aude-Claire, Rémi Léger, Jérémie Cornut, and Nicolas Kenny (dirs.)Le Canada dans le Monde : Acteurs, idées, gouvernance. Presses de l’Université de Montréal, 2019.

Horner, Daniel. “To muse within these peaceful portals’: Urban Space, Public Order and the Makings of Montreal’s Viger Square, 1818-1870.” In Elizabeth Mancke, Jerry Bannister, Denis McKim and Scott See, eds., Unrest, Violence, and the Search for Social Order in British North America. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2019, 359-382.

Kenny, NicolasBruxelles et sa radio : émotions et sonorités, 1923-1960.  Bruxelles: CFC Éditions, 2019. 

Lévesque, Andrée. « The Transnational Experience of Some Canadian Communists », dans Left Transnationalism. The Communist International and the National, Colonial, and Racial Questions, dir. Et Oleksa Drachewych et Ian McKay, Montréal-Buffalo, MGQUP, 2019, p. 183-203.

Lévesque, Andrée. "Writing of the Self in New Brunswick and Québec", Acadiensis, 48, 1 (printemps 2019), p. 132-142.

Madokoro, Laura. “L'émergence du Canada sur la scène international” in Le Canada Dans le Monde: Acteurs, idées, gouvernance edited by Jeremie Cornut, Aude-Claire Fourot, Nicolas Kenny and Rémi Leger. Montréal: Presses de l’Université de Montréal, 2019: 385-402.

Madokoro, Laura. “Exclusion by Other Means: Medical Testing and Chinese Migration to Canada, 1947-1967,” Histoire Sociale, Social History 52(105) (2019): 155-170.

Madokoro, Laura. “On future research directions: Temporality and permanency in the study of migration and settler colonialism in Canada,” History Compass 17(1) (2019): 1-6.

Madokoro, Laura. “Peril and possibility: A contemplation of the current state of migration history and settler colonial studies in Canada,” History Compass 17(1) (2019): 1-8.

Madokoro, Laura. “The Politics of Sanctuary: John Surratt, the Catholic Church and the US Civil War,” in Undiplomatic History: The New Study of Canada and the World edited by Phil Van Huizen and Asa McKercher. Montreal – Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2019: 33-55.

Mills, Sean. “Democracy in Music: Louis Metcalf’s International Band and Montreal Jazz History” The Canadian Historical Review. 100, 3 (September 2019): 351-373.

Myers, Tamara. Youth Squad: Policing Children in the Twentieth Century. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2019.

Daniel Ross, ed., "Confronting Canadian Migration History", ActiveHistory, 2019.

Ricci, Amanda. “Making Global Citizens? Canadian Women at the World Conference of the International Women’s Year, Mexico City 1975,” in Undiplomatic History: New Histories of Canada in the World, eds. Asa McKercher and Philip Van Huizen, 206-229. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2019.

Ross, Daniel. “The Politics of Public Space: Toronto’s Yonge Street Pedestrian Mall, 1971-1974,” Urban History Review/Revue d’histoire urbaine 47: 1-2 (Fall/Spring 2018-19), pp. 89-102.

Ross, Daniel and Matthieu Caron, eds., “Special Issue: Bad behaviours and disorderly public spaces,” Urban History Review/Revue d’histoire urbaine 47: 1-2 (Fall/Spring 2018-19).

Taschereau, Sylvie avec la collaboration d’Yvan Rousseau, « The Hidden Face of Consumption : Extending Credit to the Urban Masses (1920s-1940s) ». Canadian Historical Review, 100, 4 (décembre 2019), p. 509-539.

 

2018

Fahrni, Magda. “Accident Prevention in Early Twentieth-Century Québec and the Emergence of Masculine Technical Expertise”, in Peter Gossage and Robert Rutherdale (eds), Masculine Histories in the Making: Emerging Themes in Canada. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2018, p. 46-63.

Fahrni, Magda. "The Second World War: Wartime Production and War Efforts", p. 37-73, in Dany Fougères et Roderick MacLeod, eds., Montréal : The History of a North American City (Montreal; Kingston : McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2018).

Fahrni, Magda. " ‘Victimes de la tâche journalière’ : la gestion des accidents du travail au Québec pendant la Grande Guerre", p. 296-306, dans Laure Machu, Isabelle Lespinet-Moret et Vincent Viet, dir., 1914-1918. Mains-d’œuvre en guerre (Paris, La Documentation française, 2018).

Horner, Daniel. “ 'Like a Thread of Gold'. Tracing Alfred Perry’s Lifelong Engagement with Montreal’s Politics of Ethnic Confrontation” in Stephan Gervais, Raffaele Iacovino and Mary Anne Poutanen (eds), Engaging with Diversity: Multidisciplinary Reflections on Plurality from Quebec. Bruxelles: Peter Lang Publishing, 2018, p, 327-346.

Horner, Daniel. “A Population Takes Flight: Irish Famine Migration in Boston, Montreal, and Liverpool, and the Politics of Marginalization and Criminalization.” In Idil Atak and James Simeon, eds. The Criminalization of Migration: Context and Consequences. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2018, 257-280.

Madokoro, Laura. “Contested Terrain: Debating Refugee Admissions in the Cold War” in A Nation of Immigrants Reconsidered: Immigration Policy, American Society, and the World from 1924 to 1965 edited by Maddalena Marinari, Madeline Hsu and Maria Christina Garcia. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 2018: 65-82.

Madokoro, Laura. “Women at Risk: Globalization, Gendered Fear, and the Canadian State,”Canadian Foreign Policy Journal (2018): 1-14.

Myers, Tamara. “Youth Consciousness, Delinquency, and the Montreal Miracle” in William Bush and David Tanenhaus, (eds), Ages of Anxiety: Delinquency in Global Perspective. New York: NYU Press, 2018, p. 81-100.

Poutanen, Mary Anne and Sherry Olson. "Shelter from the Hurry?  Hospitality in Montreal, 1836-1913”, in Richard Dennis, Deryck Holdsworth, and Phillip MacIntosh (eds), Architectures of Hurry. Mobilities and Modernity in Urban Environments. London and New York: Routledge, 2018, p. 154-171.

Stéphan Gervais, Raffaele Iacovino and Mary Anne Poutanen (eds) Engaging with Diversity: Multidisciplinary Reflections on Plurality from Quebec. Bruxelles: Peter Lang Publishing, 2018.

Poutanen, Mary Anne and Roderick MacLeod. “ 'Young Militant Children for Jewish Dignity'. Anti-Semitism and Resistance at Montreal’s Aberdeen School, 1913”, in Stéphan Gervais, Raffaele Iacovino and Mary Anne Poutanen (eds), Engaging with Diversity: Multidisciplinary Reflections on Plurality from Quebec. Bruxelles: Peter Lang Publishing, 2018, p. 347-366.

Rainville, Paul-Étienne. “Au nom de l’ordre ou de la liberté? Le Congrès juif canadien face à la répression des libertés civiles et des droits des minorités religieuses au Québec (1945-1954)”, Canadian Historical Review, 99, 2 (2018), p. 196-224.

Rainville, P.-E., « Une tradition de plus d’un demi-siècle : la Ligue des droits et libertés et la lutte contre le racisme et la discrimination au Québec », Revue Droits et libertés, juin 2019. 

Rudy, Jarrett, Nicolas Kenny, and Magda Fahrni, “‘An Ocean of Noise’: H.E. Reilley and the Making of a Legitimate Social Problem, 1911-1945”, Journal of Canadian Studies, 51, 2 (2018), p. 261-288, published online 19 December 2017. 

Taschereau, Sylvie. “Beyond the Historiographical Enclave? Studying Migration and Ethnicity in Quebec” in Stephan Gervais, Raffaele Iacovino and Mary Anne Poutanen (eds). Engaging with Diversity: Multidisciplinary Reflections on Plurality from Quebec. Bruxelles: Peter Lang Publishing, 2018, p. 55-78.

 

2017

Bernard, Jean-Philippe.  “Crise, État et territoires : les programmes de colonisation et la consolidation du pouvoir politique sur le territoire abitibien, 1923-1939”, in Harold Bérubé et Stéphane Savard (eds), Pouvoir et territoire au Québec depuis 1850. Québec: Septentrion, 2017, p. 125-160.

Fahrni, Magda.  "Robert C.H. Sweeny’s Why Did We Choose to Industrialize?: Montreal, 1819–1849 : A Round Table Commentary", Journal of the Canadian Historical Association / Revue de la Société historique du Canada, 28, 2 (2017) : 108–114.

Gettler, Brian. “Historical Research at the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada”, Canadian Historical Review , 98, 4 (2017), p. 641-674.

Kenny, Nicolas. “City Glow: Streetlights, Emotions and Nocturnal Life, 1880s-1910s”, Journal of Urban History, 43, 1 (2017), p. 91–114 (published online first, 10 April 2015)

Dominique Nantel Bergeron and Andrée Lévesque, “Louise Alphonsine Nantel, journaliste au tournant du XXe siècle”, Histoire sociale/Social History, 50, 102 (2017), p. 315-341.

Lévesque, AndréeFreethinker. The Life and Works of Éva Circé-Côté. Translated by Lazer Lederhendler. Toronto: Between the Lines, 2017.

Lévesque, Andrée and Dominique Bergeron-Nantel, « Louise Alphonsine Nantel, journaliste au tournant du XXe siècle », Histoire sociale/Social History, (automne 2017), p. 315-341.

Lévesque, Andrée. "Montreal Open City: Prostitution in the Metropolis in the 1920s", dans Trafficking in Women 1924-1926, The Paul Kinsie Reports for the League of nations, vol. 1, Eds. Jean-Michel Chaumont, Magali Rodriguez Garcia et Paul Servais, New York, ONU, 2017.

Madokoro, Laura. “Citizen Beings, Being Citizens: Reflections on Japanese Canadian Experiences in War and Peace” in A Witness to Loss: Race, Culpability, and Memory in the Dispossession of Japanese Canadians edited by Jordan Stanger-Ross and Pamela Sugiman. McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2017: 234-260.

Madokoro, Laura, Francine McKenzie and David Meren (eds). Dominion of Race. Rethinking Canada's International History. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2017.

Mona Gleason and Tamara Myers, (eds), Bringing Children and Youth into Canadian History: The Difference Kids Make. Toronto : Oxford University Press, 2017.

O'Neill, Stéphanie. " 'Y aura-t-il toujours des pauvres?': les transformations des discours sur la pauvreté en période de prospérité", Labour/Le Travail, 79, (2017), p. 157-184.

Poutanen, Mary Anne. "Building the Jewish Community and Claiming “Half the Kingdom »: Women’s Work, Diversity, and Social Justice in Montreal, 1917-2017", Federation CJA’s Centennial-Celebrating the 100th of Federation CJA – Together, 2017.

Poutanen, Mary Anne and Jason Gilliland. “Mapping Work in Early Twentieth-Century Montreal: A Rabbi, A Neighbourhood, and A Community”, Urban History Review/Revue d’histoire urbaine, 45, 2 (2017), p. 7-24.

Poutanen, Mary Anne. “Due Attention Has Been Paid to All Rules”: Women, Tavern Licences, and Social Regulation in Montreal, 1840-1860”, Histoire Sociale/Social History, L, 101 (2017), p.  43-68.

Poutanen, Mary, Anne Karen Herland and Mathieu Lapointe,  “Des voix étouffées: le travail du sexe à Montréal, d’hier à aujourd’hui”, in Annick Germain, Valérie Amiraux, and Julie-Anne Boudreau (eds), Vivre ensemble à Montréal: épreuves et convivialités. Montréal : Aux Éditions Atelier 10, 2017, p. 104-116.

Ricci, Amanda. “Un féminisme inclusif ? La Fédération des femmes du Québec et les femmes immigrantes ou racisées, 1966-1992”, Bulletin d’histoire politique, 25, 3 (2017), p. 102-123.

Rudy, Jarrett, Nicolas Kenny and Magda Fahrni, “‘An Ocean of Noise’: H.E. Reilley and the Making of a Legitimate Social Problem, 1911-1945,” Journal of Canadian Studies, 51, 2 (spring 2017): 261-288.

 

2016

Baillargeon, Denyse and Susanne Commend. “Un médicament monstrueux : débats publics et couverture médiatique de la tragédie de la thalidomide au Canada, 1961-1963.” Canadian Bulletin of Medical History/Bulletin canadien d’histoire de la médecine, 33, 1 (2016), p. 120-140.

Baillargeon, Denyse. “Réflexions féministes autour du conservatisme du Québec” in Francis Dupuis-Déri and Marc-André Éthier (eds), La guerre culturelle des conservateurs québécois. Montréal: M. Éditeur, 2016, p. 75-99.

Bouchard, Isabelle. “L’organisation des terres autochtones de la vallée du Saint-Laurent sous le Régime britannique”, Revue de la Société historique du Canada, 27, 1 (2016), p. 31-59

Bouchard, Isabelle. “Les chefs autochtones comme « seigneurs » : gestion des terres et de leurs revenus, 1760-1820”, in Benoît Grenier and Michel Morissette (eds), Nouveaux regards en histoire seigneuriale au Québec. Québec: Septentrion, 2016, p. 181-206 

Gettler, Brian. "Introduction : Nouveaux regards sur l’histoire autochtone", Recherches amérindiennes au Québec, vol. 46, 1 (2016), p. 3-5.

Gettler, Brian. "Les Autochtones et l’histoire du Québec: au-delà du négationnisme et du récit ‘nationaliste-conservateur’ ", Recherches amérindiennes au Québec, 46, 1 (2016), p. 7-18.

Gettler, Brian. “Economic Activity and Class Formation in Wendake, 1800-1950” in Magee Labelle and Thomas Peace (eds), From Huronia to Wendakes: Adversity, Migrations, and Resilience, 1650-1900. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2016, p. 144-81.

Gettler, Brian. “Innu Participation in the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean Fur Trade, 1888-1950” in Kristin Burnett and Geoff Read (eds), Aboriginal History: A Reader. 2nd ed., Don Mills, ON: Oxford University Press, 2016, p. 135-45.

Horner, Daniel. “Port Cities in Crisis: Considering Urban Governance, Modernity and Migration in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Montreal and Liverpool in a Transnational Context” in Nicolas Kenny and Rebecca Madgin  (eds), Cities Beyond Borders: Comparative and Tansnational Approaches to Urban History. London: Ashgate Press, 2016, p. 43-60.

Kenny, Nicolas. “Forgotten Pasts and Contested Futures in Vancouver”, British Journal of Canadian Studies, 29, 2 (2016), p. 175-97.

Kenny, Nicolas and Rebecca Madgin (eds). Cities Beyond Borders: Comparative and Transnational Approaches to Global Urban History. Aldershot: Ashgate Press, 2016. 

Madokoro, LauraElusive Refuge: Chinese Migrants in the Cold War. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2016.

Mills, Sean. A Place in the Sun: Haiti, Haitians, and the Remaking of Quebec. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2016.

Mills, Sean. Un place au soleil: Haïti, les Haïtiens et la refondation du Québec. Montreal: Mémoire D’encrier, 2016.

Mills, Sean. “Popular Internationalism: Grassroots Exchange and Social Movements”, in Karen Dubinsky, Sean Mills and Scott Rutherford (eds), Canada and the Third World: Overlapping Histories.Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2016, p. 246-266.

Karen Dubinsky, Sean Mills and Scott Rutherford (eds), Canada and the Third World: Overlapping Histories. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2016.

Lara Campbell, Tamara Myers, and Adele Perry (eds), Rethinking Canada: The Promise of Women’s History. 7th Edition, Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2016.

Poutanen, Mary Anne et Roderick MacLaeod. "Little Fists for Social Justice: Anti-Semitism, Community, and Montreal’s Aberdeen School Strike, 1913", Labour/Le Travail, 70 (2012), p. 61-99. Republished in Mona Gleason and Tamara Myers (eds.) The Difference Kids Make: Bringing Children and Childhood into Canadian History. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2016.

Ricci, Amanda. “Contesting the Nation(s): Haitian and Mohawk Women’s Activisms in Quebec”, in Barbara Molony et Jennifer Nelson, (eds), Women’s Activism and “Second Wave” Feminism: Transnational Histories. London: Bloomsbury Press, 2016, p. 273-294.

Ricci, Amanda. “Bâtir une communauté citoyenne: le militantisme chez les femmes autochtones pendant les années soixante et soixante-dix”, Recherches amérindiennes au Québec, 46, 1 (2016), p. 75-85.

Ross, Daniel. “‘Vive la vélorution!’ : Le Monde à bicyclette and the Origins of Cycling Advocacy in Montreal,” in Colin Coates, ed. Canadian Countercultures and the Environment Calgary. University of Calgary Press, 2016, p. 127-50.

Ross, Daniel. “Yonge Street Mall: Fun and failure of ‘70s pedestrian project”, Spacing Magazine (Winter 2016), p. 38-41.

Rudy, Jarrett, Stéphan Gervais and Christopher Kirkey, (eds.). Quebec Questions: Quebec Studies for the 21st Century Toronto. 2nd Edition, Oxford University Press, 2016.

 

2015

Baillargeon, Denyse. “Le peuple et l’argent du peuple: la première campagne de souscription pour la construction de l’hôpital Sainte-Justine, 1951”. Social History/Histoire sociale, 48, 97 (2015), p. 425-443.

Baillargeon, Denyse. “Les Québécoises et le vote”, Bulletin d’histoire politique, 23, 2 (2015), p. 165–72.

Baillargeon, Denyse. “ 'Aspirine arête la douleur vite!' Souffrance et soulagement dans les publicités pour Aspirine au Québec, 1920-1970 » in Alexandre Klein and Séverine Paraye (eds), Une histoire des pratiques de santé (XVIIIe-XXe siècles). État des lieux, comparatif et méthodologie des recherches francophones. Québec: Presses de l’Université Laval, 2015, p. 199-216.

Bradbury, Bettina. “ 'In England a Man Can Do as He Likes with His Property': Migration, Family Fortunes and the Law in Nineteenth-Century Quebec and the Cape Colony ” in Adele Perry, Karen Dubinsky and Henry Wu (eds), Within and Without the Nation: Canadian History as Transnational History. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2015, p. 145-167.

Bradbury, Bettina. “Twists, Turning Points and Tall Shoulders: Studying Canada and Feminist Family Histories”, Canadian Historical Review 96, 2 (2015), p. 257-285.

Fahrni, Magda. “Glimpsing Working-Class Childhood Through the Laurier Palace Fire of 1927: The Ordinary, the Tragic, and the Historian’s Gaze”, Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth, 8, 3 (2015), p. 426-50.

Fahrni, Magda. “La Première Guerre mondiale et l’intervention étatique au Québec. Le cas des accidents du travail ”, in Laurent Veyssière and Charles-Philippe Courtois (eds) Le Québec dans La Grande Guerre. Engagements, refus, héritages. Sillery: Septentrion, 2015, p. 131-41.

Lévesque, Andrée. “1924 L’Enquête Coderre” in Marie-Josée Des Rivières and Denis Saint-Jacques (eds), De la Belle Époque à la Crise. Chroniques de la vie culturelle à Montréal. Montréal: Nota Bene, p. 271-86.

Lévesque, Andrée. “Essai d’égo-histoire”, Canadian Historical Review, 96, 1 (2015), p. 91-108.

Lévesque, Andrée. “Éva Circé-Côté Littéraire” in Patrick Bergeron (ed.), Passées sous silence. Onze femmes écrivains à relire. Valenciennes: Presses universitaires de Valenciennes, p. 141-53.

Lévesque, Andrée. “Red Scares and repression in Québec, 1919-1939” in Barrie Wright, Susan Binnie, and Eric Tucker (eds), Canadian State Trials. Vol. IV. Toronto: Osgoode Hall Society, University of Toronto Press, p. 290-323.

Mills, Sean. “The End of Empire? Third World Decolonization and Canadian History”, in Adele Perry, Karen Dubinsky and Henry Yu, (eds), Inside and Outside of the Nation: Canadian History as Transnational History. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2015, p. 341-363.

Myers, Tamara. “Didactic Sudden Death: Children, Police and Teaching Citizenship in the Age of Automobility,” for special issue on children and death, Journal of the History of Children and Youth, 8, 3 (2015), p. 451-75. Guest edited by Kathleen Jones, Lydia Murdoch, and Tamara Myers.

Poirier, Valérie. “ 'L’autoroute est-ouest, c’est pas le progrès!': environnement et mobilisation citoyenne en opposition au projet d’autoroute est-ouest à Montréal, 1970-1971”, Bulletin d’histoire politique, 23, 2 (2015), p. 66-91.

Poirier, Valérie et Stéphane Savard. “Introduction. Le militantisme environnemental au Québec ou Comment l’environnement est devenu un enjeu politique”, Bulletin d’histoire politique, 23, 2 (2015), p. 15-31.

Poutanen, Mary Anne and Roderick MacLeod. "Rural Protestant Schools", in Brigitte Caulier, Andrée Dufour and Thérèse Hamel (eds.), L’École au Québec : éducation, identités et cultures (CIEQ, coll. « Les chantiers de l’Atlas historique du Québec », 2015.

Ross, Daniel. “ ‘Vive la vélorution !’ : Le Monde à bicyclette et les origines du mouvement cycliste à Montréal, 1975-1980”, Bulletin d’histoire politique, 23, 2 (2015), p. 92-112.  Winner of the CHA’s 2016 Jean-Marie Fecteau Prize.

 

2014

Baillargeon, Denyse. A Brief History of Women in Quebec. (Translated by W. Donald Wilson). Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2012.

Baillargeon, Denyse. “Les médecins québécois francophones et l’allaitement, 1900-1970: un discours à la fois autoritaire et ambigu” in Chantal Bayard and Catherine Chouinard (eds), La promotion de l’allaitement maternel: regards critiques. Montréal: Éditions du remue-ménage, 2014, p. 23-44.

Fahrni, Magda. “A Scholarly Tribute to Bettina Bradbury, Feminist Historian of the Family: A Roundtable Discussion. Introduction”, Labour/Le Travail, 74 (2014), p. 267-69.

Fahrni, Magda. “The Gendered Dimensions of Epidemic Disease: Influenza in Montreal, Canada, 1918-20”, in Maria-Isabel Porras-Gallo and Ryan A. Davis (eds), The Spanish Influenza Pandemic of 1918-1919: Perspectives from the Iberian Peninsula and the Americas. Rochester: University of Rochester Press, 2014, p. 230-47.

Horner, Daniel. “Shame Upon You as Men!: Competing Visions of Masculine Authority in the Aftermath of Montreal’s Gavazzi Riot”, in Willeen Keough and Lara Campbell (eds), Gender History: Canadian Perspectives. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Reprint.

Kenny, Nicolas. “Gouverner pour et par le corps”, in Léon Robichaud, Harold Bérubé and Donald Fyson (eds), La Gouvernance montréalaise : De la ville-frontière à la métropole. Montreal: Éditions MultiMondes, 2014, p. 57-70.

Kenny, Nicolas. The Feel of the City: Experiences of Urban Transformation. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2014.

Kenny, Nicolas. Urban History Review/Revue d’histoire urbaine 42, 2 (2014). Guest editor for special thematic issue on emotions and the city.

Myers, Tamara. “Local Action and Global Imagining: Youth, International Development, and the Walkathon Phenomenon in 1960s and 70s Canada”, Diplomatic History, 38 (April 2014), p. 282-293.

Myers, Tamara and Mona Gleason. “History of Childhood in Canada (Annotated bibliography)” in Heather Montgomery (ed.), Oxford Bibliographies in Childhood Studies. New York: Oxford University Press.

Poutanen, Mary Anne and Roderick MacLeod. Les gars et les filles font la grève à l’école Aberdeen de Montréal, 1913. (Translation by Sonya Roy, 2014).

Ross, Daniel. “Sex on Yonge: Examining the decade when Yonge Street was the city’s sin strip”, Spacing Magazine (Fall 2014), p. 24-27.

Ross, Daniel. “150 Years of Bikes in Toronto,” Spacing Magazine (Spring 2014), p. 40.

Ross, Daniel. “Panic on Love Street : Citizens and Local Government Respond to Vancouver’s Hippie Problem, 1967-68,” BC Studies, 180 (Winter 2013/14), pp. 11-41.

Young, Brian. Patrician Families and the Making of Quebec The Taschereaus and the McCords. Montreal- Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2014.

 

2013

Baillargeon, Denyse. “Medicine Advertising, Women’s Work and Women’s Bodies in Montréal Newspapers, 1919-39” in Cheryl Wrash and Dan Malek (ed.), Consuming Modernity, Changing Gendered Behaviours and Consumerism, 1919-1940. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2013, p 83-105.

Baillargeon, Denyse. “Persuader et contraindre. Les campagnes de souscription de l’Hôpital Sainte-Justine de Montréal, 1928-1950”, Canadian Bulletin of Medical History/Bulletin canadien d’histoire de la médecine, 30, 1 (2013), p. 9-30.

Fahrni, Magda. “Who Now Reads E.P. Thompson? Or, (Re)Reading The Making at UQAM”, Labour/Le Travail, 72 (2013), p. 37-42.

Fahrni, Magda and Martin Petitclerc. “Introduction. L’avenir (probable) du passé: le risque et l’histoire du Québec”, Globe. Revue internationale d’études québécoises, 16, 2 (2013), p. 11-25.

Gettler, Brian. “Money and the Changing Nature of Colonial Space in Northern Quebec: Fur Trade Monopolies, the State, and Aboriginal Peoples during the Nineteenth Century”, Social History/Histoire sociale /, 46, 92 (2013), p. 271-93.

Horner, Daniel. “If the Evil Now Growing Around Us Be Not Staid’: Montreal and Liverpool Confront the Irish Famine Migration as a Transnational Crisis in Urban Governance”, Social History/Histoire sociale, 12, 38, (2013), p. 83-100.

Horner, Daniel. “The Public Has The Right to Be Protected From A Deadly Scourge’: Debating Quarantine, Authority and Liberal Governance During the 1847 Typhus Outbreak in Montreal”, Journal of the Canadian Historical Association/Revue de la Société historique du Canada, 24, 1 (2013), p. 65-100.

Kenny, Nicolas. “Changing Cities, Moving Bodies: Industrial Modernity in Montreal and Brussels.” In Ulrike Krampl, Robert Beck and Emmanuelle Retaillaud-Bajac (eds), Les cinq sens de la ville : du moyen âge à nos jours. Tours: Presses universitaires François-Rabelais, 2013, p. 243-56.

Mills, Sean. “Quebec, Haiti, and the Deportation Crisis of 1974”, Canadian Historical Review, 94, 3 (2013), p. 405-35.

Mills, Sean. “De l’histoire à la poésie” (trans. Alexie Doucet), in Marie Hélène Poitras (ed.), Haïti, bonjour voisine! Montréal: Mémoire d’encrier, 2013, p. 379-384.

Poirier, Valérie. “‘Polio Hysteria’: la rentrée scolaire montréalaise de 1946 et l’épidémie de poliomyélite”, Canadian Bulletin of Medical History/Bulletin canadien d’histoire de la médecine, 30, 1 (2103), p.12-42.

Poutanen, Mary Anne et Roderick MacLeod. Kids on Strike at Montreal’s Aberdeen School, 1913

Rainville, Paul-Etienne. “À l’origine d’un mouvement social au Québec : la fondation de la Ligue des droits de l’homme”, dans Au Cœur Des Luttes (1963-2013). La Ligue des droits et libertés, 50 ans d’action, Montréal: Ligue des droits et libertés p. 11-18.  

Ricci, Amanda.  “Searching for Zion: Pan African Feminist Thought and Practice in English-speaking Black Montreal (1967-1977)”, Left History, 17, 1 (2013), p. 43-74.

Rudy, Jarrett. “Maternalisme, conflit de classes et les débuts de l’heure avancée à Trois-Rivières”, Revue d’histoire de l’Amérique française, 66, 3-4, (2013), p. 395-417.

 

2012

Baillargeon, Denyse. Brève histoire des femmes au Québec. Montréal: Boréal, 2012.

Baillargeon, Denyse. “Pratiques et modèles sexuels féminins au Québec au XXe siècle jusqu’à l’avènement de la pilule” in Jean-Philippe Warren (ed.), Histoires des sexualités au Québec au XXe siècle. Trois-Pistoles: Éditions VLB, 2012, p. 17-31.

Baillargeon, Denyse. “The Housewife and the Miraculous Pill: Advertising for Medicine and the Representation of Women’s Work and Bodies in Montréal Newspapers between the Wars” in Cheryl Wrash and Dan Malek (eds). Consuming Modernity, Changing Gendered Behaviours and Consumerism, 1919-1940. Vancouver: UBC Press, p. 78-101.

Bouchard, Isabelle. “Mobilité géographique missionnaire : comparaison du cas de l’Acadie et du Pays d’en Haut dans la seconde moitié du XVIIe siècle” in Nicolas Landry, Jacques Péret and Thierry Sauzeau (eds), Développement comparé des littoraux du golfe du Saint-Laurent et du Centre-Ouest français, d'hier à aujourd'hui. Moncton: Institut d’études acadiennes de l’Université de Moncton, 2012, p. 13-30. 

Bouchard, Isabelle. “Conflit de juridiction des Tamarois : ambiguïté du territoire de la mission illinoise”, in Rachel Caux and Dorothée Kaupp (eds), Sociétés, populations et territorialité. Actes des 15e et 16e colloques étudiants du Centre interuniversitaire d’études québécoises. Québec: CIEQ (« coll. Cheminements »), 2012, p. 13-20. 

Bradbury, Bettina. “Troubling inheritances: an illegitimate, Maori daughter contests her father’s will in the New Zealand courts and the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council.” Australia and New Zealand Legal History, 2012. (E-Journal).

Fahrni, Magda. “La Deuxième Guerre mondiale : territoires d’armement et de l’effort de guerre”, in Dany Fougères (ed.), Histoire de Montréal et de sa région : de 1930 à nos jours. Québec: Presses de l’Université Laval, 2012, p. 835-66.

Fahrni, Magda. “La lutte contre l’accident. Risque et accidents dans un contexte de modernité industrielle”, in David Niget and Martin Petitclerc (eds), Pour une histoire du risque, Québec, France, Belgique. Rennes; Québec: Presses universitaires de Rennes; Presses de l’Université du Québec, 2012, p. 181-202

Fahrni, Magda and Esyllt Jones (eds.). Epidemic Encounters: Influenza, Society, and Culture in Canada, 1918–20. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2012.

Gettler, Brian. “En espèce ou en nature? Les présents, l’imprévoyance et l’évolution idéologique de la politique indienne pendant la première moitié du XIXe siècle”, Revue d’histoire de L’Amérique française, 65, 4 (2012), p. 409-37.

Gettler, Brian. “La consommation sous réserve: les agents indiens, la politique locale et les épiceries à Wendake aux XIXe et XXe siècles”, Bulletin d’histoire politique, 20,3 (2012), p. 170-85.

Mills, Sean. “The Language of Liberation”, in Michèle Thériault (ed.), Actions that Speak: Aspects of Quebec Culture, the 1960s and 1970s. Montreal: Leonard; Bina Ellen Art Gallery, Concordia University, 2012, p. 11-49.

Myers, Tamara. “L’Escouade de la moralité juvénile de Montréal et la corruption des garçons dans les années 1940”, in Jean-Phillipe Warren (ed.), Histoires de la sexualité au Québec. Montréal: Éditions VLB, 2012.

Myers, Tamara. “Sole Power”, Canada’s History Magazine. 2012, 32–37.

Poutanen, Mary Anne et Roderick MacLeod. “Little Fists for Social Justice: Anti-Semitism, Community, and Montreal’s Aberdeen School Strike, 1913”, Labour/Le Travail, 70 (2012), p. 61-99.

Roy, Sonya (ed.) Manuel populaire de citoyenneté: réponse au conservatisme canadien. Winnipeg: Arbeiter Ring Publishing, 2012.

Rudy, Jarrett. “Do you have the time? Modernity, democracy and the beginnings of daylight saving time in Montreal, 1907-1928”, Canadian Historical Review, 93, 4 (2012), p. 531-54.

Taschereau, Sylvie. “Les années dures de la crise”, in Dany Fougères (ed.), Histoire de Montréal et de sa région. Sainte-Foy, Québec: Les Presses de l’Université Laval, 2012, p. 805-34.

Young, Brian. “Below the Academic Radar: Denis Vaugeois and Constructing the Conquest in the Quebec Popular Imagination”, in Phillip Buckner and John G. Reid (eds), Remembering 1759. The Conquest of Canada in Historical Memory. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2012, p. 226-50. 

 

2011

Baillargeon, Denyse. “La contraception au Québec et en France. Histoires et interprétations”, in Laurence Charton and Joseph Lévy (ed.), La contraception. Prévalence, prevention et enjeux de société. Québec: Presses de l’Université du Québec, 2011, p. 67-86.

Bradbury, Bettina. Wife to Widow: Lives, Laws, and Politics in Nineteenth-Century Montreal. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2011.

Fahrni, Magda. “Pandemic Influenza and the Urban Environment: Montreal, 1918-1920”, in Stéphane Castonguay and Michèle Dagenais (ed.), Metropolitan Natures: Urban Environmental Histories of Montreal. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2011, p. 68-81.

Fahrni, Magda, Naomi Black, Gail Cuthbert Brandt and Paula Bourne (ed.). Canadian Women: A History. 3rd ed. Toronto: Nelson Education, 2011.

Horner, Daniel. “Shame upon you as men!: Competing Visions of Masculine Authority in the Aftermath of Montreal’s Gavazzi Riot”, Social History / Histoire Sociale, 44 (2011), p. 29–52.

Kenny, Nicolas. “Industrialising Montreal: Corporeal Understandings of the Environment”, in Stéphane Castonguay and Michèle Dagenais (ed.), Metropolitan Natures: Urban Environmental Histories of Montreal. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2011, p. 51-67

Mills, Sean. Contester l’empire. Pensée postcoloniale et militantisme politique à Montréal, 1963-1972. (Translated by Hélène Paré). Montréal: Les Éditions Hurtubise, 2011.

Mills, Sean. “Québécoise deboutte! Feminism and Nationalism in Quebec, 1969-1975”, in Michael D. Behiels and Matthew Hayday (ed.), Contemporary Quebec: Selected Readings and Commentaries. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2001, p. 319-37.

Myers, Tamara. “Blistered and Bleeding, Tired and Determined: Visual Representations of Children and Youth in the Miles for Millions Walkathon”, Journal of the Canadian Historical Association, 22, 1 (2011), p. 245-275.

Poutanen, Mary Anne and Roderick MacLeod. “Accommodation and Conversion: French Protestants in Quebec’s Protestant Schools”, in Jason Zuidema (ed.), French-Speaking Protestants in Canada. Leiden: Brill, 2011, p. 223-241.

Rudy, Jarrett. “Unmaking Manly Smokes: Church, State, Governance, and the First Anti-Smoking Campaigns in Montreal, 1892-1914”, in Ed Montigny (ed.), Real Dope: Social, Legal, and Historical Perspectives on the Regulation of Drugs in Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2011, p. 59-81.

Rudy, Jarrett, Stéphan Gervais and Christopher Kirkey (ed.). Quebec Questions: Quebec Studies for the 21st Century Toronto. 1st ed. Oxford University Press, 2011.

Young, Brian. “Independence Anxiety: November 15, 1976 – The Parti Québécois Soars to Power”, in Mark Reid (ed.), 100 Days That Changed Canada. Toronto: Harper Collins, 2011, p. 149.

Young, Brian. “Sir Hugh Allan, Shipping Magnate, Railway Promoter, Financier, and Capitalist”, in J. Andrew Ross and Andrew D. Smith (ed.), Canada’s Entrepreneurs. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2011, p. 305-327. In collaboration with Gerald Tulchinsky and adapted from Dictionary of Canadian Biography Vol. 11.

 

2010

Baillargeon, Denyse. “Learning and Leisure on the Inside: Programs for Sick Kids at Sainte-Justine Hospital, 1920-1960”, in Leslie Paris, Tamara Myers, Mona Gleason and Veronica Strong-Boag (eds), Lost Kids: Vulnerable Children and Youth in Canada, the United States and Australia. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2010, p. 117-35.

Baillargeon, Denyse. “Quebec Women of the Twentieth Century: Milestones in an Unfinished Journey”, in Jarrett Rudy, Stéphan Gervais and Christopher Kirkey (eds), Quebec Questions: Studies in the 21st Century. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2010, p. 231-248.

Baillargeon, Denyse. “ ‘Une opposition regrettable’. L’inspection médicale des écoliers à Montréal, 1920-1960”, in Fernando Lopez Mora (ed.), Modernidad, Ciudadania, Desviaciones Y Desigualdades; Por un Analisis Comparativo de las Dificultades des Paso a la Modernidad Ciudadana. Cordoba: Universidad de Cordoba, 2010, p. 437-50.

Bouchard, Isabelle. “Fin de « l’âge héroïque » : nouvelle situation missionnaire dans la seconde moitié du XVIIe siècle” in Jérôme Boivin, Valérie Lapointe-Gagnon, Mélissa Morin and Patrick-Michel Noël, (eds), Actes du 9e colloque étudiant du Département d’histoire. Colloque de l’Association étudiante de 2e et 3e cycle du Département d’histoire tenu à l’Université Laval du 5 au 7 février 2009. Québec: ARTEFACT/CÉLAT, 2010, p. 201- 219 
    

Bourbeau, Amélie. “Autorité, genre et expertise : le cas de l’assistance catholique à Montréal ”, Revue d’histoire de l’Amérique française, 63, 2-3 (2009-2010), p. 331-360.

Bourbeau, Amélie (ed.). Engagement et contestation : la jeunesse franco-ontarienne (1960-1993). Documents historiques 101. Sudbury: Société historique du Nouvel-Ontario, 2010.

Hébert, Karine. “Elsie Reford, une bourgeoise montréalaise et métissienne : un exemple de spatialisation des sphères privée et publique”, Revue d’histoire de l’Amérique française,  63, 2-3 (2009-2010), p. 275-303.

Hébert, Karine et Julien Goyette (eds). Histoire et idées du patrimoine. Entre régionalisation et mondialisation. Québec: Multimondes, 2010.

Horner, Daniel. “Solemn Processions and Terrifying Violence: Spectacle, Authority and Citizenship during the Lachine Canal Strike of 1843”, Urban History Review/ Revue d’histoire Urbaine, 38, 2 (2010), p. 36-47.

Lambert, Maude-Emmanuelle. “Québécoises et ontariennes en voiture !: l’expérience culturelle et spatiale de l’automobile au féminin (1910-1945)”, Revue d’histoire de l’Amérique française, 63, 2-3 (2009-2010), p. 305-30.

Lévesque, Andrée. Éva Circé-Côté : femme de lettres, libre-penseuse. Montréal : Éditions du remue-ménage, 2010.

Mills, Sean. The Empire Within. Postcolonial Thought and Political in Sixties Montreal. Kingston-Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2010.

Myers, Tamara, M. Gleason, L. Paris and Veronica Strong-Boag (eds). Lost Kids: Vulnerable Children and Youth in Canada and the United States. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2010.

Myers, Tamara. “Nocturnal Disorder and the Curfew Solution: A History of Juvenile Sundown Regulations in Canada”, in Tamara Myers, M. Gleason, L. Paris and Veronica Strong-Boag (eds). Lost Kids: Vulnerable Children and Youth in Canada and the United States. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2010, p. 95-114.

Myers, Tamara, Mona Gleason and Adele Perry (eds). Rethinking Canada: The Promise of Women’s History. 6th ed. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2010.

Poutanen, Mary Anne, Annmarie Adams, Valerie Minnett and David Theodore, “ ‘She must not stir out of a darkened room’: The Redpath Mansion Mystery”, Material Culture Review, 72 (2010), p. 12-24.

Young, Brian. “ ‘The De-Access of Information’: Culture, Privacy and Using Ministerial Papers in Quebec’s Archives Nationales”. Conference Balance between Historical Research and Privacy, Agència Catalana de Proteccio de Data, Parlament de Catalunya, Barcelone, 20 January 2009, published on line 2010. https://www.apd.cat/media/2118.pdf.

Young, Brian. “Thinking about Power in Post-Rebellion Quebec, 1837-1867”, in Jarrett Rudy, Stéphan Gervais and Christopher Kirkey (eds), Quebec Questions: Studies in the 21st Century. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2010, p. 34-46.

 

2009

Baillargeon, Denyse. Babies for the Nation: The Medicalization of Motherhood in Quebec, 1910-1970. Traduit par W. Donald Wilson. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2009.

Baillargeon, Denyse. “Éduquer les enfants, discipliner les parents: les rapports famille-école à Montréal, 1910-1960”, Historical Studies in Education/ Revue d’histoire de l’éducation, 2, 21(2009), p. 46‑64.

Baillargeon, Denyse. “La médicalisation de la maternité au Québec comme enjeu de pouvoir (1910-1970)”, in Hachimi Sanni Yaya (ed.), Pourvoir médical et santé totalitaire : conséquences socio-anthropologiques et éthiques. Québec: Presses de l’Université Laval, 2009, p. 177‑203.

Baillargeon, Denyse. “La médicalisation de la maternité au Québec, 1910-1970 : autour de la notion de risque”,  in Michel Oris and al (eds), Une démographie au féminin. A female demography. Risques et opportunités dans le parcours de vie. Brussels: Peter Lang, 2009, p. 299‑320.

Baillargeon, Denyse. “Les collèges classiques : nouveaux regards sur une vieille institution”, Historical Studies in Education/ Revue d’histoire de l’éducation, 21, 1 (2009), p. 1‑3.

Constant, Jean-François et Michel Ducharme (eds) A Project of Rule Called Canada: The Liberal Order Framework and Historical Practice. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2009.

Constant, Jean-François (ed.). Liberalism and Hegemony: Debating the Canadian Liberal Revolution. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2009.

Fahrni, Magda. “Reflections on the Place of Quebec in Historical Writing on Canada”, in Christopher Dummitt and Michael Dawson (eds). Contesting Clio’s Craft: New Directions and Debates in Canadian History. London: Institute for the Study of the Americas, 2009, p. 1‑20.

Fyson, Donald. “Domination et adaptation: les élites européennes au Québec, 1760-1841”, in Claire Laux and al (eds). Servir outre-mer : les élites européennes dans les colonies. Berne: Peter Lang, 2009, p. 167-196.

Fyson, Donald. “The Legal Profession and Penal Justice in Quebec City, 1856-1965: From Modernity to Anti-Modernity”, in Constance Backhouse and Wesley Pue (eds). The Promise and Perils of Law: Lawyers in Canadian History Law. Toronto: Irwin, 2009, p. 141-157.

Fyson, Donald. “The Trials and Tribulations of Riot Prosecutions: Collective Violence, State Authority and Criminal Justice in Quebec, 1841-1892”, in Susan Binnie and Barry Wright (eds). Canadian State Trials. Vol. III. Toronto: Osgoode Society / University of Toronto Press, 2009, p. 161-203.

Kenny, Nicolas. “From Body and Home to Nation and World: The Varying Scales of Transnational Urbanism in Montreal and Brussels at the turn of the 20th century”, Urban History, 36, 2 (2009), p. 223‑42.

Lévesque, Andrée. “Éva Circé-Côté, journaliste montréalaise au-delà de la singularité”, in Josette Brun (ed.). Interrelations femmes-médias dans l’Amérique française. Québec: Les Presses de l’Université Laval, 2009, p. 105‑27.

Lévesque, Andrée. “Les Midinettes de 1937: culture ouvrière, culture de genre, culture ethnique”, in Yvan Lamonde and Denis Saint-Jacques (eds). 1937: un tournant culturel. Québec: Les Presses de l’Université Laval, 2009, p. 71-88.

Mills, Sean. “Democracy, Dissent and the City: Cross-Cultural Encounters in Sixties Montreal”, in M. Athena Palaeologu (ed.). The Sixties in Canada: A Turbulent and Creative Decade. Montréal: Black Rose, 2009, p. 150-164.

Mills, Sean and al. (eds). New World Coming: the Sixties and the Shaping of Global Consciousness. Toronto: Between the Lines, 2009.

Myers, Tamara. “Sex, Gender, and the History of the Adolescent Body: 30 Years After’ The Crime of Precocious Sexuality’ ”, Journal of the History of Children and Youth, 2, 1 (2009), p. 95‑102.

Myers, Tamara. “Women and Kids in the Court: Feminist History and Anthony Platt’s ‘The Child Savers’ ”, in Anthony Platt (ed.). The Child Savers: The Invention of Delinquency. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutger’s University Press, 2009, p. 213-224.

Poutanen, Mary Anne and Annmarie Adams. “Architecture, Religion and Tuberculosis in Ste-Agathe-des-Monts, Quebec”, Scientia Canadensis, 32, 1 (2009), p. 1‑19.

Poutanen, Mary Anne, Sherry Olson, Raphael Fischler and Kevin Schwartzman. “Tuberculosis in Town: Mobility of Patients in Montreal, 1925-1950”, Social History/ Histoire sociale, 42, 83 (2009), p. 69‑106.

Taschereau, Sylvie. “ ‘Plutôt s’endetter sur l’honneur’. Le débat sur la loi Lacombe (1900-1903) et les origines de la société de consommation au Québec”, Social History/ Histoire sociale, 42, 84 (2009), p. 389‑422.

Young, Brian. “Up from the Ashes: Early Disaster Image Offered Glimpse of Things to Come”, in Mark Reid (ed.). 100 Photos that Changed Canada. Harper Collins, 2009, p. 6-7.

 

2008

Baillargeon, Denyse. “Working for Pay and Managing the Household”, in Bryan Palmer and Joan Sangster (eds), Labouring Canada : class, gender, and race in Canadian working-class history. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2008, p. 223‑39.

Bradbury, Bettina. “Widows at the Hustings: Gender, Citizenship, and the Montreal By-Election of 1832”, in Rudolph M. Bell and Virginia Yans (eds), Women on their Own. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Being Single. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2008, p. 82‑113.

Fahrni, Magda. “Introduction”, in Magda Fahrni and Robert Rutherdale (eds), Creating Postwar Canada: Community, Diversity, and Dissent, 1945-1975. Vancouver : University of British Columbia Press, 2008, p. 1‑20.

Fahrni, Magda and Robert Rutherdale (eds). Creating Postwar Canada: Community, Diversity, and Dissent, 1945-1975. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2008.

Fahrni, Magda and Yves Frenette. “ ‘Don’t I long for Montreal’: l’identité hybride d’une jeune migrante franco-américaine pendant la Première Guerre mondiale”, Social History/ Histoire sociale, 41, 81 (2008), p. 75‑98.

Fyson, Donald. “Jeremy Cockloft’s Cursory Observations”, Society Pages: The Magazine of the Literary and Historical Society of Quebec. 20 (2008), p. 3‑5.

Fyson, Donald and Yvan Rousseau. “L’État au Québec à travers le temps et dans l’espace: propositions préliminaires”, in Donald Fyson and Yvan Rousseau (eds), L’histoire de l’État au Québec. Perspectives d'analyse et expériences historiques. Québec: Centre interuniversitaire d’études québécoises, 2008, p 3-6.

Fyson, Donald. “L’État et la justice au Québec, 1857-1965”, in Donald Fyson and Yvan Rousseau (eds), L’histoire de l’État au Québec. Perspectives d'analyse et expériences historique. Québec: Centre interuniversitaire d’études québécoises, 2008, p. 14-19.

Fyson, Donald. “La violence entre hommes et la justice au Québec, 1780-1850”, in Antoine Follain and al. (eds), La violence et le judiciaire: discours, perceptions, pratiques. Rennes: Presses de l’Université de Rennes, 2008, p. 241‑49.

Fyson, Donald. “The Canadiens and British Institutions of Local Governance in Quebec, from the Conquest to the Rebellions”, in Michael Gauvreau and Nancy Christie (eds), Transatlantic Subjects: Ideas, Institutions and Identities in Post-Revolutionary British North America. Montréal-Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2008, p. 45‑82.

Fyson, Donald. “Une ville du pouvoir impérial, 1764-1841”, in Michel De Waele and Martin Pâquet (eds), Québec, Champlain, le monde. Québec: Presses de l’Université Laval, 2008, p. 167‑86.

Fyson, Donald and Yvan Rousseau (eds), L’histoire de l’État au Québec. Québec: Centre interuniversitaire d’études québécoises, 2008.

Gettler, Brian. “L’argent, l’État, et les Autochtones: la tentative gouvernementale de monétisation des relations dans les années 1820 et 1830”, in Alain Beaulieu and Maxime Gohier (eds), Les actes du colloque « Les Autochtones et l’État ». Montréal: La Chaire de recherche du Canada sur la question territoriale autochtone, 2008, p. 3-26.

Hébert, Karine. Impatient d’être soi-même. Les étudiants montréalais, 1895-1960. Québec: Presses de l’Université du Québec, 2008.

Poirier, Valérie. “La Société pour vaincre la pollution comme mouvement démocratique et critique de la société de consommation (1970-1980)”, Bulletin du RCHTQ, 34, 1 (2008), p. 4‑14.

Poutanen, Mary Anne and Roderick MacLeod. “ ‘Proper Objects of this Institution’ : Working Families, Children, and the British and Canadian School in Nineteenth-Century Montreal”,  Historical Studies in Education/ Revue d’histoire de l’éducation,  2, 20 (2008), p. 22‑54.

Young, Brian. “Revisiting Feudal Vestiges in Urban Quebec”, in Nancy Christie (ed.), Transatlantic Subjects. Ideas, Institutions, and Social Experience in Post-Revolutionary British North America. Montréal : McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2008, p. 133-158.

 

2007

Baillargeon, Denyse. Naître, vivre, grandir. Sainte-Justine 1907-2007. Montréal: Boréal, 2007.

Bourbeau, Amélie. “Les parcours variés de la professionnalisation de l’assistance privée à Montréal (1930-1950)”, Conference proceedings, Modernité, citoyenneté, déviances et inégalités. Pour une analyse comparative des difficultés du passage à la modernité citoyenne. (Canada, Espagne, France, Belgique). Université de Cordoue, 2007.

Constant, Jean-François. “Beyond the City: Defining Metropolis in Canada and Belgium in the Nineteenth Century”, in Lars Nilsson (ed.), Urban Europe in Comparative Perspective. Stockholm: Stads- och kommunhistoriska institutet, 2007.

Fyson, Donald. “Les dynamiques politiques locales et la justice au Québec entre la Conquête et les Rébellions”,  Bulletin d’histoire politique, 15, 3 (2007), p. 337‑46.

Gettler, Brian. “The Attitude of Canadian Courts Towards Aboriginal Oral Tradition: The Delgamuukw Case”, in Alain Beaulieu and Maxime Gohier (eds), La recherche relative aux Autochtones : perspectives historiques et contemporaines, Montréal, CREQTA, 2007, p. 51‑81.

Hébert, Karine. “Elsie Reford, au-delà des jardins”, in Elsie : une oeuvre hommage de Dominique Blain / Elsie : A Tribute by Dominique Blain, Rimouski : Musée régional de Rimouski, 2007, p. 68‑83.

Kenny, Nicolas. “Entre misère et splendeur: les banlieues industrielles et l’image de la ville moderne, Montréal et Bruxelles au tournant du 20e siècle”, Études canadiennes/Canadian Studies, 60 (2007), p. 181‑96.

Lambert, Maude-Emmanuelle. “Un ménage petit bourgeois de la Belle époque: valeurs, pratiques culturelles et consommation d’une famille francophone”, Revue d’histoire de l’Amérique française, 61, 1 (2007), p. 37‑65.

Poutanen, Mary Anne and Valerie Minnett. “Swatting Flies for Health: Children and Tuberculosis in Early Twentieth-Century Montreal”, Urban History Review/ Revue d’histoire urbaine., 36, 1 (2007), p. 32‑45. Reprinted in Jim Opp and John Walsh (eds) Home, Work, and Play:  Situating Canadian Social History in the 3rd Edition. Toronto:  Oxford University Press, 2015, p. 47-62.

Rudy, Jarrett. “La fabrication d’un cigare à Montréal au tournant du vingtième siècle”, in Catherine Ferland (ed.), Tabac et fumées : regards multidisciplinaires et indisciplinés sur le tabagisme XVe au XXe siècles. Sainte-Foy: Les Presses de l’Université Laval, 2007, p. 111-142.

Young, Brian. “Patrician Elites and Power in Nineteenth-Century Montreal and Quebec City”, in Ralf Roth and Robert Beachy (eds), Who Ran the Cities? City Elites and Urban Power Structures in Europe and North America, 1750-1940. Aldershot et Burlington: Ashgate Publishing, 2007, p. 229- 246.

 

2006

Baillargeon, Denyse. “Indispensable but not a Citizen: the Housewife in the Great Depression”, in Mona Gleason and Adele Perry (eds), Rethinking Canada: The Promise of Women’s History. 5th ed., Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2006, p. 179‑94.

Baillargeon, Denyse. “L’histoire des montréalaises: un chantier en construction”, in Serge Jaumain and Paul-André Linteau (eds). Vivre en ville. Bruxelles et Montréal aux XIXe et XXe siècles. Bruxelles: Peter Lang, 2006, p. 113‑36.

Baillargeon, Denyse. “L’inspection médicale des écoliers à Montréal entre 1920 et 1960”, in Les actes du colloque Modernité, citoyenneté, déviances et inégalités : pour une analyse comparative des difficultés du passage à la modernité citoyenne, Cordoue 27–29, avril 2006.

Bourbeau, Amélie, Denyse Baillargeon and Gilles Rondeau. “Motivation et formation des travailleurs sociaux francophones: quelques parcours pionniers (1942-1961)”, Intervention, 125 (2006), p. 169‑79.

Bradbury, Bettina. “The Children of Single Parents a Century ago as Seen through the 1901 Census”, in Peter Baskerville and Eric Sager (eds), Household Counts: Canadian Households and Families in 1901. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2006.

Bradbury, Bettina. “Women at the Hustings: Gender, Citizenship, and the Montreal By-Elections of 1832”, in Mona Gleason et Adele Perry (eds), Rethinking Canada: The Promise of Women’s History. 5th ed., Oxford University Press, 2006, p. 73‑94.

Constant, Jean-François. “Entre mémoire et avenir. La nation aux expositions de Bruxelles et Montréal (1880 et 1884)”, in Serge Jaumain and Paul-André Linteau (eds), Vivre en ville. Bruxelles et Montréal aux XIXe et XXe siècles. Bruxelles: Peter Langm 2006, p. 351‑71.

Fahrni, Magda. “Les femmes et la ville en temps de guerre et en temps de paix. Montréal dans les années 1940”, in Serge Jaumain and Paul-André Linteau (eds), Vivre en ville. Bruxelles et Montréal aux XIXe et XXe siècles. Bruxelles: Peter Lang, 2006, p. 151‑66.

Fyson, Donald. Magistrates and Police and People: Everyday Criminal Justice in Quebec and Lower Canada, 1764-1837. Toronto: Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History / University of Toronto Press, 2006.

Hébert, Karine. “Esprit universitaire ou esprit étudiant. La recherche d’identité des étudiants de l’Université McGill et de l’Université de Montréal (1900-1960)”, in Yves Gingras and Lyse Roy (eds), Les transformations des universités du XIIIe au XXIe siècle. Québec: Presse de l’Université du Québec, 2006, p. 133‑56.

Julien Goyette and Karine Hébert. “Le patrimoine au Bas-Saint-Laurent, entre histoire et actualité”, L’Estuaire, 66  (2006), p. 3‑8.

Kenny, Nicolas. “La représentation de l’industrie dans les guides bruxellois et montréalais au tournant du 20e siècle”, Cahiers de la Fonderie: Destination Bruxelles. Le tourisme, un secteur d’avenir, 34, (2006), p. 16-21.

Kirkland, Elizabeth. “A Home Away from Home:Defining, Regulating, and Challenging Femininity at the Julia Drummond Residence in Montreal, 1920–1971”, Urban History Review/Revue d’histoire urbaine, 34, 2 (2006), p. 1-17.

Lévesque, Andrée. Red Travellers: Jeanne Corbin and Her Comrades. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2006.

Myers, Tamara. Caught: Montreal’s Modern Girls and the Law, 1869-1945. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2006.

O’Donnell, Lorraine. Prospecting for Heritage: Project Report. Québec : Québec Anglophone Heritage Network., 2006.

Poutanen, Mary Anne. “Containing and Preventing Contagious Disease: Montreal’s Protestant School Board and Tuberculosis, 1900-1947”, Canadian Bulletin of Medical History, 32, 2 (2006), p. 401-428.

Rudy, Jarrett. “Manufacturing French Canadian Tradition: Tabac Canadien and the Construction of French-Canadian Identity, 1880-1950”, Social History/ Histoire Sociale, 39, 77 (2006), p. 205‑34. Translated in French by Isabelle Malo, published on line, Fabriquer la tradition canadienne-française: le tabac canadien et la construction de l’identité canadienne-française, 1880-1950.

Taschereau, Sylvie. “Échapper à Shylock : La Montreal Hebrew Free Loan Association entre xénophobie et intégration, 1911-1912”, Revue d’histoire de l’Amérique française 4, 59 (2006), p. 451‑80. Winner of the 2006 Prix Guy-et-Liliane-Frégault of the Institut d’histoire de l’Amérique française.

Taschereau, Sylvie. “Habiter, prendre pied, s’établir : les commerçants et manufacturiers juifs de Montréal, 1918-1930”, in Yves Gingras and Lyse Roy (eds), Les transformations des universités du XIIIe au XXIe siècle. Québec: Presse de l’Université du Québec, 2006, p.237-258.

Young, Brian. “L’éducation à la citoyenneté et l’historien professionnel: quelques hypothèses”, in Éric Bédard and Julien Goyette (eds), Parole d’historiens. Anthologie des réflexions sur l’histoire au Québec. Montréal: Les Presses de l’Université de Montréal, 2006, p. 399‑406.

Young, Brian. “Teaching about Racism and Anti Semitism in the Context of Quebec’s History Programs”, Canadian Issues/Thèmes Canadiens, (2006), p. 91‑96.

 

2005

Bradbury, Bettina. “Colonial Comparisons: Rethinking Marriage, Civilization and Nation in 19th century White-Settler Societies.” In Rediscovering the British World, edited by Phillip Buckner and G. Frances, 135–58. Calgary: University of Calgary Press.

Bradbury, Bettina and Tamara Myers, ed. Negotiating Identity in 19th and 20th Century Montreal. Vancouver: University of British Columbia.

Fahrni, Magda. Household Politics: Montreal Families and Postwar Reconstruction. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

———, ed. Revue d’histoire de L’Amérique Française 58 (4): 465–73. Guest editor, special issue: Explorer la consommation dans une perspective historique.

Fahrni, Magda, Suzanne Morton and Joan Sangster. “Feminism and the Making of Canada : Historical Reflections/Le féminisme et le façonnement du Canada: réflexions sur l’histoire.” Atlantis 30 (1): 3–6.

Fyson, Donald. “À la recherche de l’histoire dans les bibliothèques numériques: les leçons de Notre mémoire en ligne.” Revue d’histoire de L’Amérique Française 59 (1-2): 95–113.

———. “À la recherche de l’histoire du Canada: un historien face à Notre mémoire en ligne.” Fac-Similé 27: 29–38.

———. “Judicial Auxiliaries Across Legal Regimes: From New France to Lower Canada.” In Entre justice et justiciables: Les auxiliaires de la justice du Moyen Âge au XXe siècle, edited by Claire Dolan, 383–403. Québec: Presses de l’Université Laval.

———. “Searching for Canada’s Past: A Historian’s Take on Early Canadiana Online.” Facsimile 27: 27–35.

———. “The Judicial Prosecution of Crime in the Longue Durée: Quebec, 1712-1965.” In La régulation sociale entre l’acteur et l’institution: Pour une problématique historique de l’interaction, edited by Jean-Marie Fecteau and Janice Harvey, 85–119. Québec: Presses de l’Université du Québec.

Fyson, Donald with Pierre Deslauriers. “Quebec.” In World Book Encyclopedia, Q:10–34. Chicago: World Book Publishing.

Hébert, Karine. “From Tomorrow’s Elite to Young Intellectual Workers : The Search for Identity among Montreal Students, 1900-1958.” In Negociating Identities in 19th and 20th Century Montreal, edited by Bettina Bradbury and Tamara Myers, 202–31. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

———. “Une organisation maternaliste au Québec. La Fédération nationale Saint-Jean-Baptiste et la bataille pour le vote des femmes.” Labrys. Études Féministes 7.

Hébert, Karine with Sophie Doucet. “L’histoire du féminisme au Canada et au Québec. Bibliographie commentée.” Labrys. Études Féministes 7.

Lévesque, Andrée. Madeleine Parent: Activist. Toronto: Sumach Press.

———. “Social Relations in Quebec from 1900 to 1939 as seen through the eyes of a Woman of Letters: Eva Circé-Côté,”.” Zeitschrift Für Kanada-Studien 25 (2): 36–46.

Mills, Sean. “French Canadians and the Beginning of the War of 1812: Revisiting the Lachine Riot.” Histoire Sociale / Social History 38 (75).

———. “When Democratic Socialists Discovered Democracy: The League for Social Reconstruction Confronts the Quebec Problem.” Canadian Historical Review Spring.

Morton, Suzanne. “From Infant Homes to Day Care: Child Care in Halifax.” In Mothers of the Municipality: Women, Work and Social Policy in Post-1945 Halifax, edited by Judith Fingard and Janet Guildford, 169–88. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Myers, Tamara. “Embodying Delinquency: Boys’ Bodies, Sexuality, and Juvenile Justice History in Early Twentieth-Century Quebec.” Journal of the History of Sexuality (USA) 14 (4): 383–414.

———. “Regulation, Agency, and the Transformation of Care for ‘Predelinquent’ Girls.” In La régulation sociale entre l’acteur et l’institution/Agency and Institutions in Social Regulation, edited by Jean-Marie Fecteau and Janice Harvey, 343–56. Sainte-Foy, QC: Presses de l’Université du Québec.

Myers, Tamara and Mary Anne Poutanen. “Cadets, Curfews, and Compulsory Schooling: Mobilizing Anglophone Children in WWII Montreal.” Histoire Sociale/Social History 76: 367–98.

O’Donnell, Lorraine. “Le voyage virtuel. Les consommatrices, le monde de l’étranger et Eaton à Montreal, 1880-1980.” Revue d’histoire de L’Amérique Française 58 (4): 535–68.

———. “The QCGN Documentation Centre: Current Status and Proposed Development Plan.” Quebec City: Quebec Community Groups Network.

Rudy, Jarrett. The Freedom to Smoke: Tobacco Consumption and the Construction of Identities in Industrial Montreal, 1888-1950. Montreal-Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Taschereau, Sylvie. “‘Behind the Store’: Montreal Shopkeeping Families Between the Wars.” In Negotiating Identities in 19th and 20th Century Montreal, edited by Bettina Bradbury and Tamara Myers, 235–88. Vancouver: UBC Press.

———. “Les sociétés de prêt juives de Montréal, 1911-1945.” Revue d’histoire Urbaine/Urban History Review 22 (2).

Young, Brian. “Death, Burial, and Protestant Identity in an Elite Family: The Montreal McCords.” In Negotiating Identities in 19th and 20th-Century Montreal, edited by Bettina Bradbury and Tamara Myers, 101–19. Vancouver; Toronto: UBC Press.

2004

Baillargeon, Denyse with Élise Detellier. “La famille québécoise d’hier à aujourd’hui (1900-2000).” In Familles en transformations. La vie après la séparation des parents. Sainte-Foy: Centre de recherche sur l’adaptation des jeunes et des familles à risque (JEFAR), Presses de l’Université Laval.

Bourbeau, Amélie. “‘Tuer le taudis qui nous tuera’ : l’importance du foyer familial pour la santé nationale, 1945-1960.” Cahiers d’histoire XXIII (2): 103–20.

Bradbury, Bettina. “Canadian Families.” In Oxford Companion to Canadian History, edited by Gerry Hallowell. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

———. “Itineraries of Marriage and Widowhood in Nineteenth-century Montreal.” In Mapping the Margins: Families and Social Discipline in Canada, 1700-1975, edited by Nancy Christie and Michael Gauvreau, 103–40. Montreal; Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

———. “Social, Economic, and Cultural Origins of Contemporary Families.” In Families: Changing Trends in Canada, edited by Maureen Baker. Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson.

Fahrni, Magda. “‘Elles sont partout’: les femmes et la ville en temps d’épidémie, Montréal, 1918-1920.” Revue d’histoire de L’Amérique Française 58 (1).

Fyson, Donald. “Attorney-General / Solicitor-General; Courts of Law, Provincial and Local; Criminal Law; Federal Court of Canada; Riot; and Roncarelli v Duplessis.” In The Oxford Companion to Canadian History, edited by Gerald Hallowell, 55 –, 160–61, 164–65, 215, 545, 548–49. Toronto: Oxford University Press.

Hébert, Karine. “Carabines, poutchinettes co-eds ou freshettes sont-elles des étudiantes? Les filles à l’Université McGill et à l’Université de Montréal (1900-1960).” Revue d’histoire de L’Amérique Française 57 (3).

Kenny, Nicolas. “‘Je cherche fortune’: Identity, Counterculture and Profit in Fin-de-siècle Montmartre.” Urban History Review/ Revue d’histoire Urbaine 32 (2).

Lévesque, Andrée. “Militer.” In Le Siècle des féminismes, edited by Éliane Gubin. Paris: Les Éditions de l’Atelier.

Mary Anne Poutanen, and Roderick MacLeod. A Meeting of the People: School Boards and Protestant Communities in Quebec, 1810-1998. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Mills, Sean. “Québécoises Deboutte!: Le Front de libération des femmes du Québec, le Centre des femmes et le nationalisme.” Translated by Christian Bérubé. Mens : Revue d’histoire Intellectuelle de L’Amérique Française 2.

Morton, Suzanne. “Gambling; Halifax Explosion; Leisure; Separate Spheres.” In Oxford Companion to Canadian History, edited by Gerald Hallowell. Toronto: Oxford University Press.

———. “Identité sexuée et pouvoir. Genre et classe sociale, sexualité, citoyenneté, nation et colonialisme.” Translated by Pierre R. Desrosiers. Revue d’histoire de L’Amerique Française 57 (4): 627–40.

———. “Nova Scotia and Its Unmarried Mothers, 1945-1975.” In Mapping the Margins: The Family and Social Discipline in Canada, 1700-1975, edited by Nancy Christie and Michael Gauvreau, 327–48. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s Press.

Myers, Tamara. “Juvenile Delinquency–-Juvenile Delinquents Act 1908.” In Oxford Companion to Canadian History, edited by Gerald Hallowell. Toronto: Oxford University Press.

O’Donnell, Lorraine. “Fe-mail: Women in Eaton’s Toronto Mail-order Catalogues. Before E-Commerce: A History of Canadian Mail-order Catalogues.” Edited by John Willis and Catherine Cole. Canadian Museum of Civilization. http://www.civilization.ca/cpm/catalog/cat2202e.html/{{E}2809D}.

———. Research Capacity and Quebec’s English-Speaking Communities: Launching A New Development Initiative. Quebec City: Quebec Community Groups Network.

Rudy, Jarrett. “Cigarette; Industrialization and Technology.” In Tobacco: Scribner’s Turning Points in History Series.

Young, Brian. “Antoine-Aimé Dorion.” In New Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford University Press.

———. “Overlapping Identities: the Quebec Civil Code of 1866, its reception and interpretation.” In Le Code Napoléon, un ancêtre vénéré? Mélanges offerts à Jacques Vanderlinden, edited by Régine Beauthier and Isabelle Rorive, 259–84. Bruxelles: Bruylant.

2003

Baillargeon, Denyse. “Les grèves du textile au Québec: 1946, 1947 et 1952.” In Madeleine Parent, Militante, edited by Andrée Lévesque, 45–59. Montréal: les éditions du remue-ménage.

———. “Maternalisme et État-providence. Le cas du Québec.” Sextant (Revue Du Groupe Interdisciplinaire d’études Sur Les Femmes, Université Libre de Bruxelles) 20: 113–47.

———. “Orphans in Québec: On the margin of which family?” In Mapping the Margins ? : Families and Social Discipline in Canada, 1700-1970, edited by Michael Gauvreau and Nancy Christie. Montréal et Kingston: McGill-Queens.

———. “We Admire Modern Parents. The École des Parents du Québec and the Postwar Québec Family, 1940-1949.” In Canada’s Postwar Interregnum. Reconstruction or Restoration?, edited by Michael Gauvreau and Nancy Christie. Montréal; Kingston: McGill-Queens.

Fyson, Donald with Vincent Côté and André Roy. “Initiation critique aux ressources Internet en sciences humaines.” Faculté des Lettres, Université Laval. http://www.icarish.ulaval.ca/.

Hébert, Karine. “Between the Future and the Present: Montreal University Student Youth and the Post-war Years, 1945-1960.” In Cultures of Citizenship in Post-war Canada, 1940-1955, edited by Nancy Christie and Michael Gauvreau. dir: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Kenny, Nicolas. “Writing Citizenship with Lightning: Mass Culture and the Politics of Exclusion in Progressive America.” Cahiers d’histoire 22 (2).

Lévesque, Andrée. “Dans le mouvement étudiant à McGill.” In Madeleine Parent, militante, edited by Andrée Lévesque, 21–44. Montréal: Éditions du remue-ménage.

———. “Du Rouge sur la ‘Main’ pendant les années trente.” Bulletin Des Chercheurs et Chercheuses En Histoire Du Travail Au Québec (RCHTQ), 39–51.

———, ed. Montréal: Éditions du remue-ménage.

Mills, Sean. “August 1st, 1930: The Majestic Arrival of the R-100 to Canada.” Beaver Magazine.

Mills, Sean with Brian Young. “The Political and Ideological History of Canada, 1840-1945.” In McCord Museum’s ClioClic project, pp–. 49.

Morton, Suzanne. At Odds: Gambling and Canadians, 1919-1969. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Poutanen, Mary Anne. “‘Unless She Gives Better Satisfaction’: Teachers, Protestant Education, and Community in Rural Quebec, Lochaber and Gore District, 1863-1945.” Historical Studies in Education.

Taschereau, Sylvie. “Migrations et relations ethniques.” In Le Québec. Son patrimoine. Ses modes de vie et ses productions culturelles, edited by Denise Lemieux with Gilles Bibeau, Michelle Comeau, François-Marc Gagnon, Fernand Harvey, Gilles Marcotte and Marc-André Lessard. Québec: Les Presse de l’Université Laval/Les Éditions de l’IQRC.

Young, Brian. “Museum Resources Through the Eyes of an Historian.” In Workshop Proceedings, edited by Victoria Dickinson and Desmond Morton, 23:69–76. Montreal: McCord Museum.

———. Respectable Burial: Montreal’s Mount Royal Cemetery. Montreal; Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

———. Une mort très digne. L’histoire du cimetière Mont-Royal. Translated by Marie-Cécile Brasseur. Montréal et Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

2002

Baillargeon, Denyse. “Beyond Romance: Courtship and Marriage in Montréal between the Wars.” In Rethinking Canada: The Promise of Women’s History, edited by Veronica Strong-Boag, Mona Gleason and Adele Perry, 4th ed., 203–19. Toronto: Oxford University Press.

———. “Care of Mothers and Infants in Montreal Between the Wars: The Visiting Nurses of the Metropolitan Life, Milk Deposits and Assistance maternelle.” In Quebec Since 1800. Selected Readings, edited by Michael D. Behiels, 193–209. Toronto: Irwin Publishing.

———. “Entre la ‘Revanche ’ et la ‘Veillée’ des berceaux : Les médecins québécois francophones, la mortalité infantile et la question nationale, 1910-1940.” Canadian Bulletin of Medical History/Bulletin Canadien d’histoire de La Médecine (No. Spécial La Santé Des Enfants) 19 (1): 113–37.

———. “Indispensable but not a Citizen: the Housewife in the Great Depression.” In Contesting Canadian Citizenship. Historical Readings, edited by Dorothy E. Chunn, Robert Adamoski and Robert Menzies, 179–98. Peterborough: Broadview Press.

———. “Les Gouttes de lait de Montréal. Une institution médicale aux multiples usages.” In Espace et temps de la maternité, edited by Francine Descarrie and Christine Corbeil, 337–58. Montréal: Éditions du Remue-ménage.

Bourbeau, Amélie and Geneviève Couture. “Vivre au bord du canal de Lachine. Souvenirs et modes de vie, 1930-1970 (Rapport de recherche - Parcs Canada)).”

Bradbury, Bettina. “Women’s Workplaces: The Impact of Technological Change on Working-Class Women in the Home and in the Workplace in Nineteenth Century Montreal.” In Rethinking Canada: The Promise of Women’s History, edited by Veronica Strong-Boag, Mona Gleason and Adele Perry, 4th ed., 21–134. Toronto: Oxford University Press.

Fahrni, Magda. “Counting the Costs of Living: Gender, Citizenship, and a Politics of Prices in 1940s Montreal.” Canadian Historical Review 83 (4): 483–504.

Fyson, Donald. “Urban Elites And Local Power: The Montreal Magistracy, 1764-1830.” In Le phénomène urbain au Québecé Échelles, approches et matériaux, edited by Claude Bellavance and Marc St-Hilaire, 24–26. Québec: CIEQ.

Hébert, Karine. “A Maternalist Organization in Quebec : The Fédération Nationale Saint-Jean-Baptiste and the Struggle for Women’s Suffrage.” In Quebec since 1800. Selected Readings, edited by Michael Behiels, 469–91. Toronto: Irwin Publishing.

Lévesque, Andrée. “Célébrations et manifestations des camarades. La culture internationale et l’identitaire communistes au Canada pendant l’entre-deux-guerres.” Labour/Le Travail 49: 83–92.

———. “Le travail des femmes à l’heure de la mondialisation néo-libérale.” Canadian Women’s Studies/Cahiers de La Femme – Women, Globalization and International Trade XXI–XXII (4): 51–61.

———. “Mères célibataires et infanticides à Montréal 1914-1930.” In Femmes et Justice pénale XIXe-XXe siècles, edited by C. Bard et al, 97–109. Rennes: Presses universitaires de Rennes.

Mary Anne Poutanen, and Roderick MacLeod. “Upstairs for Hebrew, Downstairs for English: The Jewish Community of Ste-Sophie, Quebec, and Strategies for Public Education.” Journal of Canadian Jewish Studies X.

Poutanen, Mary Anne. “Images du danger dans les archives judiciaires: Comprendre la violence et la vagabondage dans un centre urbain du début du 19e siècle, Montréal (1810-1842).” Revue d’histoire de L’Amérique Française 55 (3).

———. “Regulating Public Space in Early Nineteenth-Century Montreal: Vagrancy Laws and Gender in a Colonial Context.” Histoire Sociale/Social History 35: 69.

Young, Brian. “The Defeat of George-Etienne Cartier in Montreal-East in 1872.” In Reading Canada’s History: The Contested Past, edited by Marlene Shore. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Excerpt Reprint.

2001

Baillargeon, Denyse. “Sur les berceaux je veille : les aides-maternelles de la Fédération nationale Saint-Jean-Baptiste et la professionnalisation des domestiques, 1928-1940.” Sextant (Revue Du Groupe Interdisciplinaire d’études Sur Les Femmes, Université Libre de Bruxelles) 15 (16): 203–34.

Bourbeau, Amélie. “Plus que parfaites: un siècle de services domestiques à Montréal.” Cap-Aux-Diamants 66: 64–65.

Bradbury, Bettina. “Gender at Work at Home: Family Decisions, the Labour Market and Girls’ Contributions to the Family Economy.” In Family Patterns, Gender Relations, edited by Bonnie Fox, 2nd ed. Toronto: Oxford University Press.

———. “Gender at Work at Home: Family Decisions, the Labour Market, and Girls’ Contributions to the Family Economy.” In Canadian Working Class History Selected Readings, edited by Laurel Sefton MacDowell and Ian Radforth, 2nd ed. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press, Inc.

Fyson, Donald. “Jurys, participation civique et représentation au Québec et au Bas Canada: les grands jurys du district de Montréal (1764-1832).” Revue d’histoire de L’Amérique Française 55 (1): 85–120.

———. “La paroisse et l’administration étatique sous le Régime britannique (1764-1840).” In Atlas historique du Québec: La paroisse, edited by Serge Courville and Normand Séguin, 25–39. Sainte-Foy: Presses de l’Université Laval.

Fyson, Donald with Laura Winer and Yves M. Giroux. “Qui s’intéresse à la recherche en pédagogie universitaire dans le contexte des TIC? État de la question.” In Actes du colloque Recherche en pédagogie universitaire, 6–9. Montréal: CRÉPUQ.

Fyson, Donald with Sylvio Normand. “Le droit romain comme source du Code Civil du Bas-Canada.” Revue Du Notaire 103: 87–113.

Hébert, Karine. “Le maternalisme, une solution féminine à la Crise? La réponse de la Fédération nationale Saint-Jean-Baptiste.” Bulletin d’histoire Politique 9 (2): 52–62.

Hébert, Karine and Sophie Doucet. “L’histoire du féminisme au Canada et au Québec. Bibliographie commentée.” Mens. Revue d’histoire Intellectuelle de L’Amérique Française 2 (1): 125–44.

Lévesque, Andrée. “The Brothel as Workplace in Montreal in the Interwar Years.” In Canada. Confederation to Present. An Interactive History of Canada, edited by B. Hesketh and C. Hackett. CD-ROM.

Mills, Sean. “‘Preach the World’: Canadian Imperialism and Missionary Outreach at the Montreal Diocesan Theological College, 1892-1903.” Journal of the Canadian Church Historical Society 1.

Morton, Suzanne. “Courtship and Weddings in the Interwar Period.” In Canadian History in Multimedia: 1867 to Present. Chinook Multimedia.

Myers, Tamara. “Deserting Daughters: Runaways and the Red Light District of Montreal before 1945.” In Child Welfare and Social Action: Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, edited by Pat Starkey and Jon Lawrence, 15–35. Liverpool: University of Liverpool Press.

———. “Retorts, Runaways and Riots: Patterns of Resistance in Canadian Reform Schools for Girls.” Journal of Social History (USA) 34 (3): 669–97.

———. “The Historical Record and Adolescent Girls in Montreal’s Red Light District.” In Framing Our Past: Constructing Canadian Women’s History in the Twentieth Century, edited by Kate O’Rourke, Sharon Anne Cook and Lorna McLean, 228–31. Montreal; Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Rudy, Jarrett. “Unmaking Manly Smokes: Church, State, Governance, and the First Anti-Smoking Campaigns in Montreal, 1892-1914.” Journal of the Canadian Historical Association 12: 95–114.

Taschereau, Sylvie with Eliane Gubin and Valérie Pielle. “L’immigration à Bruxelles dans les années trente : le cas particulier des commerçants étrangers.” Cahier d’histoire Du Temps Présent (Revue Scientifique d’histoire Contemporaine de La Belgique et de Ses Cultures) 9: 1–62.

Young, Brian. “Bourgeois Visions of Urban Space in Nineteenth-Century Quebec.” In Shifting Boundaries: Place and Space in the Francophone Cultures of Canada, edited by Jaap Lintvelt and François Par. Amersterdam; New York: Rodopi.

———. “‘Everyman’s Trope: The Quebec Act of 1774’.” Cahiers Du PÉQ, Programme d’études Sur Le Québec 21: 13–16.

2000

Baillargeon, Denyse. “No calor do debate: A maternidade em perspectiva.” Translated by Tania Navarro-Swain. Textos de Historia, Revista Da Pos-Graduaçâo Em Historia Da UNB., No Spécial: Feminismo:Teorias E Perspectivas 8 (1): 139–55.

Bradbury, Bettina. “Feminist Historians and Family History in Canada in the 1990’s.” Journal of Family History 25 (3): 362–83.

———. “Gender at Work at Home: Family Decisions, the Labour Market, and Girls’ Contributions to the Family Economy.” In Family Patterns, Gender Relations, edited by Bonnie Fox, 2nd ed. Oxford University Press.

———. “Single Parenthood in the Past: Canadian Census Categories, 1891-1951 and the ‘Normal’ Family.” Historical Methods, Special Issue on the Canadian Families Project 33 (4): 211–17.

Fyson, Donald. “Les historiens du Québec face au droit.” Revue Juridique Thémis 34 (2): 295–328.

Lévesque, Andrée. “La Division internationale et la division sexuelle du travail dans la mondialisation des marché.” Les amis du monde diplomatique (Online).

———. “Réflexion sur la biographie historique en l’an 2000.” Revue d’Histoire de L’Amérique Française LIV (1): 95–102.

Morton, Suzanne. “Faire le saut: la biographie peut-elle être de l’histoire sociale?” Revue d’histoire de L’Amerique Française 54 (1): 103–09.

———. “Gender, Place and Region: Thoughts on the State Women in Atlantic Canadian History.” Atlantis 25 (1): 119–28.

———. “The June Bride as the Working-Class Bride: Getting Married in a Halifax Working-Class Neighbourhood in the 1920s.” In Canadian working class history: selected readings. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press. Reprint.

Taschereau, Sylvie. “Nouveau regard sur les relations judéo-québécoises : le commerce comme lieu d’échanges, Montréal 1900-1940.” In Juifs et Canadiens Français dans la société québécoise, edited by Pierre Anctil, Ira Robinson and Gérard Bouchard, 33–50. Sillery: Les éditions du Septentrion.

Young, Brian. “L’université et le musée: une cohabitation difficile.” In Les musées en mouvement. Nouvelles conceptions, nouveaux publics (Belgique, Canada), edited by Serge Jaumain. Bruxelles: Éditions de l’Université de Bruxelles.

1999

Baillargeon, Denyse. “L’Assistance maternelle de Montréal. Un exemple de marginalisation des bénévoles dans le domaine des soins aux accouchées.” Dynamis, International Journal of History of Science and Medicine, No Spécial, Mujeres Y Salud. Prácticas Y Saberes/Women and Health. Practices and Knowledges, 379–400.

———. Making Do. Women, Family and Home in Montreal during the Great Depression. Translated by Yvonne Klien. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press.

———. “Praticiennes et patientes. Les femmes et la santé dans l’historiographie québécoise.” Revue d’histoire de L’Amérique Française 53 (1): 47–59.

———. “Que faire maintenant ?” Policy Options/Options Politiques 20 (2): 47–49.

Fyson, Donald. “L’adminstration de la justice 1800-1867.” Les 150 Ans Du Barreau de Québec 1849-1999, Special Issue of Cap-Aux-Diamants, 35–40.

Fyson, Donald with Sylvio Normand. “Le droit romain et la codification du droit privé: les sources des codificateurs.” In Perceptions historiques et historiographiques de la question agraire à Rome: le droit romain et la propriété, edited by Ella Hermon, 175–83. Pavie: Amministrazione di Athenæum.

Hébert, Karine. “Maternalisme et droit de vote. L’exemple de la Fédération nationale Saint-Jean-Baptiste.” In Actes Du Colloque Annuel Du Département d’histoire de L’Université de Montréal, 59–63. Montréal: AEDDHUM.

———. “Une organisation maternaliste au Québec. La Fédération nationale Saint-Jean-Baptiste et la bataille pour le vote des femmes.” Revue d’histoire de L’Amérique Française 52 (3): 315–44.

———. “Une organisation maternaliste au Québec. La Fédération nationale Saint-Jean-Baptiste et la bataille pour le vote des femmes.” Revue d’histoire de L’Amérique Française 52 (3): 315–44.

Lévesque, Andrée. “Norman Bethune: Hero of the Depression.” In Compass Points. Navigating the 20th Century, edited by Robert Chodos, 160–3. Toronto: Between the Lines.

———. Scènes de la vie en rouge. L’époque de Jeanne Corbin (1906-1944). Montréal: remue-ménage.

———. “Tableaux de femmes sur toile de fond sexuée. Les femmes peintres du XVIIIe siècle à la période moderne.” Sextant 11: 41–67.

Morton, Suzanne. “Separate Spheres in a Separate World: African-Nova Scotian Women in Nineteenth-Century Halifax.” In Atlantic Canada After Confederation: The Acadiensis Reader, Volume Two Third Edition, edited by Phillip A. Buckner, Gail G. Campbell and David Frank. Fredericton: Acadiensis Press.

———. “‘To take an Orphan’: Gender and Family Roles Following the 1917 Halifax Explosion.” In Gendered Pasts Historical Essays in Femininity and Masculinity in Canada, edited by Kathryn McPherson, Cecilia Morgan and Nancy M. Forestell, 106–22. Don Mills: Oxford University Press.

Myers, Tamara. “The Voluntary Delinquent: Parents, Daughters and the Montreal Juvenile Delinquents’ Court in 1918.” Canadian Historical Review 80 (2): 242–68.

O’Donnell, Lorraine. “Becoming a Historian: A Canadian Manual for Women and Men.” Edited by Franca Iacovetta and Molly Ladd-Taylor. Ottawa: Canadian Historical Association; American Historical Association,; the Canadian Committee on Women’s History. Contributor.

O’nDonnell. “English-Speakers in the Quebec/Chaudière-Appalaches Region: A Needs Assessment.” In Voice of English-speaking Quebec/Human Resources Development Canada, 132 p. Quebec City.

Poutanen, Mary Anne. “The Homeless, The Whore, The Drunkard, and the Disorderly: Contours of Female Vagrancy in the Montreal Courts, 1810-1842.” In Gendered Pasts: Historical Essays in Femininity and Masculinity in Canada, edited by Kathryn McPherson, Cecilia Morgan and Nancy Forestell. Don Mills: Oxford University Press.

Young, Brian. “Les anglophones et l’historiographie Québec/Canada.” In Échanges culturels entre les deux solitudes, edited by Marie-Andrée Beaudet. Québec: Université Laval.

1998

Baillargeon, Denyse. “Gouttes de lait et soif de pouvoir. Les dessous de la lutte contre la mortalité infantile à Montréal, 1910-1953.” Canadian Bulletin of Medical History/Bulletin Canadien d’histoire de La Médecine 15: 27–56.

———. “On s’est rencontré simplement ….” No. Spécial de Cap-Aux-Diamants, “Tomber En Amour” 55: 10–13.

Bradbury, Bettina. “Elderly Inmates and Care giving Sisters: Catholic Institutions for the Elderly in Nineteenth Century Montreal.” In On The Case: Case Files and Social History, edited by Franca Iacovetta and Wendy Mitchinson. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Fahrni, Magda. “The Romance of Reunion: Montreal War Veterans Return to Family Life, 1944-1949.” Journal of the Canadian Historical Association (New Series) 9: 187–208.

Hébert, Karine. “La médicalisation : de l’hygiène privée à la santé publique.” Cahiers d’histoire, No. Spécial, Nouvelles Approches En Histoire de La Médecine et de La Santé : L’exemple de La Médicalisation de La Société En France et En Europe: XVIIIe-XIXe Siècles 18 (1): 43–53.

Lévesque, Andrée. “Les québécoises et les débuts de l’État providence.” Edited by Frauen und Staat, Brigitte Studer. Itinera XX. University of Berne: 175–83.

Morton, Suzanne. “Dominick Healey.” In Dictionary of Canadian Biography, XlV:465–66. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

———. “Separate Spheres in a Separate World: African-Nova Scotian Women in Nineteenth-Century Halifax.” In Family Matters: Papers in Post-Confederation Canadian Family History, edited by Lori Chambers and Edgar-Andre Montigny. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press.

Morton, Suzanane and Jeff Keshen, ed. Don Mills: Addison-Wesley.

Morton, Suzanne and Ian McKay. “The Maritimes: Expanding the Circle of Resistance.” In The Workers’ Revolt in Canada, 1917-1925, edited by Craig Heron, 43–86. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Myers, Tamara. “Qui t’a débauchée?: Female Adolescent Sexuality and the Juvenile Delinquents’ Court in Early Twentieth-Century Montreal.” In Family Matters: Papers in Post-Confederation Canadian Family History, edited by Ed Montigny and Lori Chambers, 377–94. Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press.

Young, Brian. “L’éducation à la citoyenneté et l’historien professionnel: quelques hypothèses.” In À propos de l’histoire nationale, edited by Robert Comeau and Bernard Dionne, 57–64. Sillery: Septentrion.

1997

Baillargeon, Denyse with Michèle Dagenais. “Introduction.” No. Spécial Des Cahiers d’histoire, Sous La Direction de Denyse Baillargeon et Michèle Dagenais, État: De Nouvelles Perspectives En Histoire Canadienne 1 (2): 5–8.

Bradbury, Bettina. “Wife to Widow: Class, Culture, Family and the Law in Nineteenth-Century Quebec.” Grandes Conférences Desjardins, No. 1. Programme d’études sur le Québec de l’Université McGill, 1–45.

———. “Women’s Workplaces: The Impact of Technological Change on Working-Class Women in the Home and in the Workplace in Nineteenth Century Montreal.” In Rethinking Canada: the Promise of Women’s History, edited by Veronica Strong-Boag and Anita Clair Fellman. Toronto: Oxford University Press.

Fahrni, Magda. “‘Ruffled’ Mistresses and ‘Discontented’ Maids: Respectability and the Case of Domestic Service, 1880-1914.” Labour/Le Travail 39. Spring: 69–97.

Fyson, Donald. “Les structures étatiques locales à Montréal au début du XIXe siècle.” Les Cahiers d’histoire 17 (1–2): 55–87.

Lévesque, Andrée. “Réflexions sur l’histoire des femmes dans l’histoire du Québec.” Revue d’Histoire de L’Amérique Française LI: 271–84.

———. Stanley Bréhaut Ryerson: jeune militant et intellectuel, 1929-1939. Edited by Robert Comeau and Robert Tremblay. Montreal.

Myers, Tamara. “Prisons, Reformatories, and Convents: The Origin and Nature of Nineteenth Century Female Incarceration Facilities in Montreal.” In Es Igual Pero Distinto: Essays in the Histories of Canada and Argentina, edited by David Sheinin and Carlos A. Mayo, 108–27. Peterborough: Frost Centre for Canadian Heritage; Development Studies.

Young, Brian. A Short Walking Tour of the Village of Stanbridge East and places of interest in the vicinity. Missisquoi Historical Society.

———. “Cross-generational Biography as a Vehicle for Understanding Historical Process.” In La Création biographique / Biographical Creation, edited by Marta Dvorak, 247–52. Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes.

———. “Romanticism, Home, and Death : Elements in the Lives of the Anglophone Elite in Early Victorian Montreal.” Australian-Canadian Studies 15 (1): 37–48.

1996

Baillargeon, Denyse. “Fréquenter les Gouttes de lait. L’expérience des mères montréalaises.” Revue d’histoire de L’Amérique Française 50 (1): 29–68.

———. “Histoire et historiennes.” Bulletin de L’Association Des études Canadiennes 18 (4): 16–17.

———. “‘If You Had no Money, You Had no Trouble, Did You?’: Montréal Working-Class Housewives during the Great Depression.” In Canadian Women: A Reader, edited by Wendy Mitchinson et al, 251–68. Toronto: Harcourt Brace.

———. “La sélection et la substitution de support.” In Actes du XXIVe congrès de l’Association des archivistes du Québec (Montréal, 8 au 9 juin 1995) : Sélection, préservation. Des choix rentables pour aujourd’hui et pour demain, 155–56. Québec: Association des archivistes du Québec.

———. “Les politiques familiales au Québec. Une perspective historique.” Lien Social et Politiques-RIAC 36: 21–32.

———. “Les rapports médecins-infirmières et l’implication de la Métropolitaine dans la lutte contre la mortalité infantile, 1909-1953.” Canadian Historical Review 77 (1): 33–61.

———. “Table ronde. L’histoire des femmes: 25 ans de recherche et d’enseignement.” Cahiers d’histoire 16 (1): 50–51.

Lévesque, Andrée. “Le travail des femmes a une histoire : l‘industrialisation.” Chroniques Féministes (Bruxelles) LX: 5–6.

Morton, Suzanne. “Separate Spheres in a Separate World: African-Nova Scotian Women in Nineteenth-Century Halifax.” In Canadian Women: A Reader, edited by Wendy Mitchinson et al. Toronto: Harcourt Brace Jovanovitch.

1995

Baillargeon, Denyse. “Intégrer la théorie à l’enseignement de l’histoire des femmes: quelques suggestions.” In Teaching Women’s History: Challenges and Solutions/L’enseignement de l’histoire des femmes: Défis et solutions, edited by Bettina Bradbury et al, 185–90. Athabasca University.

———. “voies/x parallèles. L’histoire des femmes au Québec et au Canada anglais, 1970-1995.” Sextant 4: 133–68.

Bradbury, Bettina. “Creating a More Inclusive History - An overview of the challenges and solutions faced in integrating class, race and gender into survey courses.” In Teaching Women’s History, edited by Bettina Bradbury, Ruby Heap et al. Athabasca: Athabasca University.

———. Familles ouvrières à Montréal: Age, genre et survie quotidienne pendant la phase d’industrialisation. Translated by Christiane Teasdale. Montréal: Boréal.

———. “From civil death to separate property: Changes in the legal rights of married women in nineteenth century New Zealand.” New Zealand Journal of History 29 (1): 40–66.

———. “Gender at Work at Home: Family Decisions, the Labour Market, and Girls’ Contributions to the Family Economy.” In Readings in Canadian History: Post Confederation, edited by Douglas Francis and Donald B. Smith, 6th ed., 217–36. Toronto: Harcourt Brace. Reprint.

———. “The Home as Workplace.” In Labouring Lives. Work and Workers in Nineteenth-Century Ontario, edited by Paul Craven. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

———. “Welfare and Survival in the Great Depression.” In The Suburb of Happy Homes: Burnaby: Centennial Themes, edited by Len Evendon. Burnaby: Community; Economic Development Center; Center for Canadian Studies, Simon Fraser University.

———. “Widowhood and Canadian Family History.” In Intimate Relations: Family and Community in Planter Nova Scotia, 1759-1800, edited by Margaret Conrad. Fredericton: Acadiensis Press.

Lévesque, Andrée. “Biographies ouvrières, biographies féministes.” In Bulletin du RCHTQ, 3:49–50.

———. Résistance et transgression. Études en histoire des femmes au Québec. Montréal: Éditions du Remue-ménage.

Morton, Suzanne. Ideal Surroundings: Domestic Life in a Working-Class Suburb in the 1920s. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

———. “Old Women and their Place in Nova Scotia, 1881-1931.” Edited by Donna Smyth. Atlantis 20 (1): 21–38.

Morton, Suzanne and Janet Guildford. “Atlantic Women’s History Bibliography.” Acadiensis 24 (2): 142–80.

Young, Brian. “L’influence anglaise.” In Québec : Guide Gallimard, 54–55. Paris: Gallimard.

———. “New Wine or Just New Bottles? A Round Table on Recent Texts in Canadian History.” Journal of Canadian Studies 30 (4): 194–98.

Young, Brian and John Dickinson. “Sociedad y economia preindustrial.” In La sociedad canadiense bajo el regimen frances, edited by Carlos A. Mayo, 165–84. Rosario, Argentina: Biblioteca Norte Sur.

———. “Y-a-t-il une nouvelle histoire du Québec?” Bulletin d’histoire Politique 4 (2): 7–11.

1994

Baillargeon, Denyse. “Care of Mothers and Infants in Montreal Between the Wars: The Visiting Nurses of the Metropolitan Life, Milk Deposits and Assistance maternelle.” In Caring and Curing, Historical Perspectives on Women and Healing in Canada, edited by Diane Dod and Deborah Gorham, 163–82. Ottawa: Presses de l’Université d’Ottawa.

———. “L’histoire ouvrière et le RCHTQ.” In Bulletin du RCHTQ, 20:9–10. 1.

———. “‘Les Gardes’ de la Métropolitaine.” In Ces femmes qui ont bâti Montréal, edited by Maryse Darsigny et al, 162–63. Montréal: Remue-ménage.

———. “Les ménagères montréalaises au temps de la crise.” In Ces femmes qui ont bâti Montréal, edited by Maryse Darsigny et al, 200–202. Montréal: Remue-ménage.

Bradbury, Bettina. “Women and Technological Change in Nineteenth Century Montreal.” In Women, Work and Place, edited by Audrey Kobayashi and Linda Peake. Montreal; Kingston: McGill-Queen’s.

Lévesque, Andrée. “Eva Circé-Côté; Bella Hall Gauld; Yvette Charpentier; Solidarité féminine.” Edited by M. Darsigny et al. Montréal: Ed. du remue-ménage.

———. “Les québécoises et leur citoyenneté. La citoyenneté selon Éva Circé-Côté.” In La Politique des droits. Citoyenneté et construction des genres aux 19e et 20e siècles, edited by Hans Ulrich Jost, Monique Pavillon and François Valloton, 89–104. Paris: Éditions Kimé.

———. Making and Breaking the Rules. Women in Quebec, 1919-1939. Translated by Yvonne Klein. Toronto: McClelland; Stewart. Translation of La Norme et les déviantes, 1989.

———. “Québec.” In Canadian History: A Reader’s Guide, edited by Doug Owram, 2:268–95. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Morton, Suzanne. “‘Never Handmaidens’: The Victorian Order of Nurses and the Massachusetts-Halifax Health Commission after the Explosion.” In Ground Zero: A Reassessment of the 1917 Explosion in Halifax Harbour, edited by Alan Ruffman and Colin D. Howell, 195–206. Halifax.

———. “Separate Spheres in a Separate World: African-Nova Scotian Women in Nineteenth-Century Halifax.” In Separate Spheres: Women’s Worlds in the 19th Century Maritimes, edited by Janet Guildford and Suzanne Morton. Fredericton: Acadiensis Press.

Morton, Suzanne and Janet Guildford, ed. Separate Spheres: Women’s Worlds in the 19th Century Maritimes. Fredericton: Acadiensis Press. Second printing, 1997; Third Printing, 2003.

O’Donnell, Lorraine. “Towards Total Archives: The Form and Meaning of Photographic Records.” Archivaria 38: 105–18.

Young, Brian. The Politics of Codification: The Lower Canadian Civil Code of 1866. Montreal; Kingston: The Osgoode Society for Legal History; McGill-Queen’s University Press.

1993

Baillargeon, Denyse. “Histoire orale et histoire des femmes: itinéraires et points de rencontre.” Recherches Féministes, Numéro Thématique Temps et Mémoire Des Femmes 6 (1): 53–68.

———. Ménagères au temps de la crise. 2nd ed. Montréal: Éditions du Remue-ménage.

———. “Québec en mal d’enfants: la médicalisation de la maternité.” In. Montréal: Éditions du Remue-ménages.

Bradbury, Bettina. “Pigs, Cows and Boarders. Non-wage forms of Survival among Montreal Families, 1861-1881.” In Family Patterns, Gender Relations, edited by Bonnie Fox, 93–193. Toronto: Oxford University Press.

———. “The Family Economy and Work in an Industrializing City, Montreal in the 1870’s.” In Interpreting Canada’s Past: Volume II. Post-Confederation, edited by J. M. Bumsted, 136–65. Toronto: Oxford University Press. Reprint.

———. “The Fragmented Family: Family Strategies in the Face of Death, Illness and Poverty, Montreal, 1860-1885.” In Family Patterns, Gender Relations, edited by Bonnie Fox, 87–89. Toronto: Oxford University Press. Reprint.

———. “Women and the History of their Work in Canada: Some Recent Books.” Journal of Canadian Studies 28 (3).

———. Working Families. Age, Gender and Daily Survival in Industrializing Montreal. Toronto: McClelland; Stewart.

Bradbury, Bettina with Alan Stewart, Evelyn Kolish and Peter Gossage. “Property and Marriage: The Law and Practice in early Nineteenth Century Montreal.” Histoire Sociale/ Social History XXVI: 9–39.

Fyson, Donald. “Eating in the City: Food Provisioning in Montreal in the Early Nineteenth Century.” Québec: Musée de la civilisation, 47–59.

Lévesque, Andrée. “Norman Bethune et les projets de médecine sociale au Québec pendant la crise économique.” Socialisme. L’engagement Social et Politique Des Médecins. Belgique et Canada, XIXème et XXème Siècles, II, 41–50.

———. “Norman Bethune: Hero of the Depression.” Compass.

Morton, Suzanne. “Separate Spheres in a Separate World: African-Nova Scotian Women in Nineteenth-Century Halifax.” Acadiensis. Spring, 61–83.

Myers, Tamara. “Women Policing Women: A Patrol Woman in Montreal in the 1910s.” Journal of the Canadian Historical Society. Ottawa, 229–45.

Taschereau, Sylvie. “L’arme favorite de l’épicier indépendant. Éléments d’une histoire sociale du crédit à Montréal, 1920-1940.” Revue de La Société Historique Du Canada 3: 265–92.

1992

Baillargeon, Denyse. “‘If you had no money, you had no trouble, did you?’: Montréal Working-Class Housewives during the Great Depression.” Women’s History Review 1 (2): 217–37.

———. “La Crise ordinaire: les ménagères montréalaises durant la Crise des années trente.” Labour/Le Travail 30: 135–62.

———. “Les infirmières de la Métropolitaine au service des Montréalaises, Les bâtisseuses de la cité.” In Actes du colloque “Les bâtisseuses de la cité”, Section d’études féministes, congrès de l’Acfas, 79:107–20. ACFAS, Les Cahiers Scientifiques. Montréal.

Bradbury, Bettina. Canadian Family History. Selected Readings. Toronto: Copp Clark Pitman.

———. “Gender at Work at Home: Family Decisions, the Labour Market, and Girls’ Contributions to the Family Economy.” In Canadian Family History. Selected Readings, edited by Bettina Bradbury, 177–98. Toronto: Copp-Clark-Pitman.

———. “Mourir chrétiennement. La vie et la mort dans les établissments catholiques pour personnes âgées à Montréal au XIXe siècle.” Revue d’histoire de L’Amérique Française 46 (1): 143–75.

———. “Pigs, Cows and Boarders. Non-wage forms of Survival among Montreal Families, 1861-1881.” In The Challenge of Modernity: A Reader in Post-Confederation Canada, edited by Ian McKay, 65–91. Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson. Reprint.

———. “Women and Wage Labour in a Period of Transition: Montreal, 1861-1881.” In Re-appraisals in Canadian History: Post Confederation, edited by Angus Gilbert. Toronto: Prentice-Hall Canada Ltd. Reprint.

Fyson, Donald. “Du pain au madère. L’alimentation à Montréal au début du XIXe siècle.” Revue d’histoire de L’Amérique Française 46 (1): 67–90.

Fyson, Donald with Brian Young. “Origins, Wealth and Work.” In The McCord Family: A Passionate Vision, edited by Pamela Miller et al, 26–53. Montreal: McCord Museum of Canadian History.

Lévesque, Andrée. “La littérature comme document historique: Écrits de trois prostituées. Mogador (1824-1909), Neel Doff (1858-1942), Maimie Pinzer (1885-?).” In Entre l’histoire et le roman: la littérature personnelle, edited by M. Frédéric, 177–200. Bruxelles: Université Libre de Bruxelles, Centre d’Etudes canadiennes.

Morton, Suzanne. “The June Bride as the Working-Class Bride: Getting Married in a Halifax Working-Class Neighbourhood in the 1920s.” In Canadian Family History. Selected Readings, edited by Bettina Bradbury, 360–79. Toronto: Copp Clark Pitman.

———. “Women on their Own: Single Mothers in Working-Class Halifax in the 1920s.” Acadiensis 2: 90–107.

Young, Brian. “George-Étienne Cartier: Montreal Bourgeois.” In Change and Continuity: A Reader on Pre-Confederation Canada, edited by Carol Wilton, 380–88. Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson.

———. “Positive Law, Positive State: Class Realignment and the Transformation of Lower Canada, 1815-1866.” In Colonial Leviathan: State Formation in mid-nineteenth- century Canada, edited by Allan Greer and Ian Radforth, 50–63. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Young, Brian with Pamela Miller, Donald Fyson, Donald Wright and Moira McCaffrey. The McCord Family: A Passionate Vision/La famille McCord: une vision passionnée. Montreal: McCord Museum of Canadian History.

Young, Brian, Stanley Triggs, Conrad Graham, and Gilles Lauzon. Victoria Bridge: The Vital Link/Le pont Victoria: un lien vital. Montreal: McCord Museum of Canadian History.

1991

Lévesque, Andrée. “Deviant Anonymous: Single Mothers at the Hôpital de la Miséricorde in Montreal, 1929-1939.” In Rethinking Canada, edited by A. Clair Fellman and Veronica Strong-Boag, 2nd ed. Copp Clark.

———. “Historiography: History of Women in Quebec since 1985.” Quebec Studies XII: 83–91.

———. “La santé des femmes pendant les années trente: les mères célibataires de l’Hôpital de la Miséricorde à Montréal.” Bulletin Du Regroupement Des Chercheurs-Res En Histoire Des Travailleurs et Des Travailleuses Du Québec, 7–17.

———. “Le mouvement de réformes sociales et la marginalisation des prostituées à Montréal.” In Normes et Marginalités. Comportements féminins aux 19e et 20e siècles. Actes du Colloque “Normes et Marginalités”, 85–94. Bruxelles: ULB.

———. “Preface.” In The Church in Quebec, by Gregory Baum, 7–10. Ottawa: Novalis.

Taschereau, Sylvie. “Immigration et communautés ethno-culturelles.” In Guide d’histoire du Québec du régime français à nos jours. Bibliographie commentée, edited by Jacques Rouillard, 223–32. Montréal: Éditions du Méridien. Republished in 1993: 203-211.

Young, Brian. “Deux aspects de la citoyenneté au Québec: les droits de propriété d’une institution religieuse et ceux des étrangers.” In Citoyenneté et nationalité: Perspectives en France et au Québec, edited by Dominique Colas, Claude Emeri and Jacques Zylberberg, 161–78. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France.

Young, Brian with John Dickinson. “Periodization in Quebec History: A Reevaluation.” Quebec Studies 12: 1–10.

1990

Bradbury, Bettina. “Anne Molson.” In Dictionary of Canadian Biography. Vol. XII. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

———. “Gender at Work at Home: Family Decisions, the Labour Market and Girls’ Contributions to the Family Economy.” In Canadian and Australian Labour History, edited by Gregory S. Kealey and Greg Patmore. Sydney: Australian-Canadian Studies.

Lévesque, Andrée. “Communisme et socialisme au Québec pendant les années trente.” Bulletin Du Groupe d’Histoire et de Sociologie Du Communisme. Bruxelles: Université Libre de Bruxelles, 1–7.

———. “Deviant Anonymous: Single Mothers at the Hôpital de la Miséricorde in Montreal, 1929-1939.” In The Challenge of Modernity, edited by Ian McKay, 289–304. Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson. Reprint.

———. “Le Québec et le monde communiste: Cowansville 1931.” In Le droit de se taire. Histoire des communistes au Québec, edited by B. Dionne and R. Comeau, 407–21. Montréal: VLB.

Taschereau, Sylvie with Paul-André Linteau. “Les transformations économiques de Montréal.” In Atlas historique du Canada, vol. III : Jusqu’au coeur du XXe siècle, 1891-1961, edited by Deryck W. Holdsworth and Donald Kerr. Montréal: Presses de l’Université de Montréal. Plate 14, (also in simulataneously released English version ).

Young, Brian. “Dimensions of a Law Practice: Brokerage and Ideology in the Career of George-Étienne Cartier.” In Beyond the Law: Lawyers and Business in Canada 1830-1930, 92–111. Toronto: The Osgoode Society.

———. “The Business of Law in Missisquoi and the District of Bedford before 1861.” In Proceedings of the Missisquoi Historical Society, 20:10–24.

1989

Bradbury, Bettina. “Surviving as a Widow in Nineteenth-Century Montreal.” Revue d’histoire Urbaine/Urban History Review 3: 148–60.

Lévesque, Andrée. “Deviant Anonymous: Single Mothers at the Hôpital de la Miséricorde in Montreal, 1929-1939.” In Delivering Motherhood: Ideology and Maternal Practice in 19th and 20th Century Canada. The Challenge of Modernity, edited by A. Lévesque, K. Arnup and R. Pierson. London: Croom Helm, Routledge Keagan Paul. Reprint.

———. “Éteindre le ‘Red Light’: les réformateurs et la prostitution à Montréal, 1865-1925.” Revue d’histoire Urbaine 3: 191–201.

———. La Norme et les déviantes. Des femmes au Québec pendant l’entre-deux-guerres. Montréal: Editions du remue-ménage.

———. “Le Québec et le monde communiste: Cowansville, 1931.” In Le Droit de se taire. Histoire des communistes au Québec, edited by R. Comeau and B. Dionne. Montréal: VLB.

Lévesque, Andrée with Katherine Arnup and Ruth Pierson. Delivering Motherhood: Ideology and Maternal Practice in 19th and 20th Century Canada. London: Croom Helm, Routledge Keagan Paul.

Morton, Suzanne. “The Halifax Relief Commission and Labour Relations during the Reconstruction of Halifax, 1917-1919.” Acadiensis 18 (2): 73–93.

———. “The Halifax Relief Commission and Labour Relations during the Reconstruction of Halifax, 1917-1919.” Edited by Michael Earle. Fredericton: Acadiensis Press. Reprint.

Taschereau, Sylvie with Bruno Ramirez. “Les minorités : le multiculturalisme appliqué.” In L’ère des libéraux : le pouvoir fédéral de 1963 à 1984, edited by Dorval Brunelle and Yves Bélanger, 383–404. Montréal: Presses de l’Université du Québec.

Young, Brian. “Getting Around Legal Incapacity: The Legal Status of Married Women in Trade in Mid-Nineteenth Century Lower Canada.” In Canadian Papers in Business History, edited by Peter Baskerville, 1:1–16. Victoria: Public History Group.

1988

Bradbury, Bettina. “Note critique: l’heure des monopoles.” Revue d’histoire de L’Amerique Française 41 (3): 403–8.

Morton, Suzanne. “Labourism and Economic Action: The Halifax Shipyards Strike of 1920.” Labour/Le Travail 22: 67–98.

Taschereau, Sylvie. “L’histoire de l’immigration au Québec : une invitation à fuir les ghettos.” Revue d’histoire de L’Amérique Française 41 (4): 575–89.

Young, Brian and John Dickinson. “A Short History of Quebec.” In. Toronto: Copp Clark Pitman.

Young, Brian with John Dickinson and Sam Allison. Workbook: Diverse Pasts: A History of Quebec and Canada. Toronto: Copp Clark Pitman.

1987

Bradbury, Bettina. “Women’s History and Working Class History.” Labour/Le Travail 19: 23–43.

Lévesque, Andrée. “Le Bordel: Milieu de travail contrôlé.” Labour/Le Travail XX: 13–31.

Taschereau, Sylvie. “Pays et patries. Mariages et lieux d’origine des Italiens de Montréal, 1906-1930.” Coll. Études Italiennes. Montréal: Université de Montréal.

Young, Brian. “Conflict and Consensus: Lake Champlain from the Canadian Perspective.” In Lake Champlain: Reflections on our Past, edited by J. G. Versteeg, 143–52. Burlington, Vt: Center for Research on Vermont.

Young, Brian with G. Blaine Baker, Kathleen Fisher and Vince Masciotra. Sources in the Law Library of McGill University for a Reconstruction of the Legal Culture of Quebec, 1760- 1890. Faculty of Law; Montreal Business History Project, McGill University.

1986

Lévesque, Andrée. “Prescribers and Rebels: Attitudes to European Women’s Sexuality in New Zealand, 1860-1916.” In Women in History: Essays on European Women in New Zealand, edited by B. Brookes et al. Wellington: Allen; Unwin.

Young, Brian. In its Corporate Capacity: the Seminary of Montreal as a Business Institution, 1816-1876. Montreal; Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

———. “Law in the Round.” Acadiensis, 155–65.

Young, Brian and John Dickinson. Diverse Pasts. 2nd ed. Toronto: Copp Clark Pitman.

1985

Bradbury, Bettina. “Commentaire sur l’histoire des travailleurs, des femmes et de la famille.” Histoire Des Travailleurs Quebecois, Bulletin Du RCHTQ 32-33: 77–84.

1984

Bradbury, Bettina. “Pigs, Cows and Boarders. Non-wage forms of Survival among Montreal Families, 1861-1881.” Labour/Le Travail 14: 9–46.

———. “Women and Wage Labour in a Period of Transition: Montreal, 1861-1881.” Histoire Sociale / Social History 33: 115–32.

Lévesque, Andrée. “Deviant Anonymous: Single Mothers at the Hôpital de la Miséricorde in Montreal, 1929-1939.” Historical Papers/Communications Historiques (CHA/SHC), 168–84.

———. “Mères ou malades: les québécoises de l’entre-deux-guerres vues par les médecins.” Revue d’histoire de L’Amérique Française 1: 23–37.

———. Virage à gauche interdit. Les communistes, les socialistes et leurs ennemis au Québec, 1929-1939. Montréal: Boréal.

1982

Bradbury, Bettina. “The Fragmented Family: Family Strategies in the Face of Death, Illness and Poverty, Montreal, 1860-1885.” In Childhood and Family in Canadian History, edited by Joy Parr. Toronto: McClelland; Stewart.

Lévesque, Andrée and David Sheppard, ed. Norman Bethune: His Time and His Legacy. Norman Bethune son époque et son héritage. Ottawa: Association canadienne d’hygiène publique.

Young, Brian. George-Étienne Cartier: Bourgeois Montréalais. Translated by André D’Allemagne. Montréal: Boréal Express.

1981

Lévesque, Andrée. “Prescribers and Rebels: Attitudes to European Women’s Sexuality in New Zealand, 1860-1916.” Women’s Studies International Quarterly (Oxford) IV (2): 133–43.

Young, Brian. George-Étienne Cartier: Montreal Bourgeois. Montreal; Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

1980

Lévesque, Andrée. “Le Québec et le monde communiste: Cowansville, 1931.” Revue d’histoire de L’Amérique Française 2: 171–82.

1979

Bradbury, Bettina. “The Family Economy and Work in an Industrializing City, Montreal in the 1870’s.” Canadian Historical Association, Historical Papers.

Young, Brian. “Federalism in Quebec: the First Years after Confederation.” In Canadian History Since Confederation: Essays and Interpretations, edited by Bruce Hodgins and Robert Page, 17–27. Toronto: Oxford University Press. Reprint.

1978

Lévesque, Andrée with Erik N. Olssen. “History of the New Zealand Family.” In Families in New Zealand Society, edited by P. Koopman-Boyden, 1–25. Wellington: Methuen.

Young, Brian. “Federalism in Quebec: the First Years after Confederation.” In Early Canadian and Australian Federalism: the Social Basis for Change, edited by Bruce Hodgins and W. H. Heick. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press.

———. “Les Franco-Américains en Nouvelle-Angleterre.” Histoire Des Travailleurs Québécois 1 (1).

———. Promoters and Politicians: the North-Shore Railways in the History of Quebec 1854-85. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

1977

Lévesque, Andrée. “Problems in New Zealand Women’s History.” Women’s Studies Newsletter. Auckland, NZ.

1976

Lévesque, Andrée. “Grandmother Took Ergot: An Historical Perspective on Abortion in New Zealand, 1897-1939.” Broadhseet. Auckland, NZ, 18–22.

———. “Playing God With A stethoscope: Women and the Medical Profession in New Zealand, 1887-1922.” Broadsheet. Auckland, NZ, 25–30.

1972

Young, Brian. “Railway Politics in Montreal, 1867-1878.” Historical Papers/ Communications Historiques, 88–107.

1971

Young, Brian. “Le Globe and Mail et le Québec, 1935-1939.” Revue d’histoire de L’Amérique Française 25 (1): 96–105.

1970

Young, Brian. “The Defeat of George-Etienne Cartier in Montreal-East in 1872.” Canadian Historical Review 51 (4).

1969

Young, Brian. “Confederation in Paperbacks.” Canadian Journal of History.

1967

Young, Brian. “C. George McCullagh and the Leadership League.” Edited by Ramsay Cook. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

1966

Young, Brian. “C. George McCullagh and the Leadership League.” Canadian Historical Review.

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