Bradbury, Bettina and Tamara Myers, eds. Negotiating Identities in 19th and 20th-Century Montreal
Vancouver: University of British Columbia, 2005.
Table of contents
Bradbury, Bettina. “Widows Negotiate the Law: The First Year of Widowhood in Ealry 19th Century Montreal.
Harbec, Marie-Eve. “The Ideal Education to Construct an Ideal World: Dunham Ladies’ College and the Anglican Elite of the Montreal Dioces, 1860-1913.”
Hébert, Karine. “ From Tomorrow’s Elite to Young Intellectual Workers: the Search for Identity among Montreal Students, 1900-1958.”
Ingram, Darcy. “Saving the Union’s Jack: The Montreal Sailors’ Institute and the Homeless Sailor, 1862-1898.”
Morton, Suzanne with Anna Shea. “Keeping Me ‘out of public or semi-public places’: The Montreal Day Shelter for Homeless Men, 1931-34.”
Myers, Tamara. “On Probation: the Rise and Fall of Female Jewish Anti-Delingquency Work in Interwar Montreal.”
Poutanen, Mary Anne. “Bonds of Friendship, Kindship and Community: Gender, Homelesness, and Mutual Aid in Early Nineteenth-Century Montreal.”
Rudy, Jarrett. “Women Smokers in Montreal: transformations in liberalism, mass consumption and gendered space, 1888 to 1950.”
Taschereau, Sylvie. “Behind the store: Montreal shop-keeping families between the wars.”
Young, Brian. “The Meaning of Death and Burial to a Patrician Family.”