American Review of Canadian Studies

A quarterly publication presenting original research on topics relating to Canada and the humanities and social sciences. This is the official journal of the Association for Canadian Studies in the United States. Academic interest.

Articles from Vol. 36, No. 1, Spring

Books Received
ANTHROPOLOGY Palsson, Gisli. Travelling Passions: The Hidden Lifes of Vilhjalmur Stefansson. Lebanon, NH: University Press of New England, 2006. 392 pp. $35.00 cloth. ART Halkes, Petra. Aspiring to the Landscape: On Painting and the Subject...
Mitigating but Not Rethinking: George W. Norris, Tommy Douglas, and the Great Plains
The careers of George W. Norris of Nebraska and Tommy Douglas of Saskatchewan, two extraordinary Prairie progressives, cover nearly a century of political activism, and tell us something about both what was possible and what was never even considered...
Nathanson, Zukor, and Famous Players: Movie Exhibition in Canada, 1920-1941
For many years, during the heyday of the indoor, single-screen facility, exhibitors focused on providing the public a quality movie-going experience, in terms of the films screened and the environment in which those films (1) were "consumed" (Valentine;...
U.S. Newspaper Coverage of the Canadian Health System-A Case of Seriously Mistaken Identity?
Canada's health system is an important reflection of its values, principles, and its overall national character. It. is said to be a "key distinguishing characteristic" of the country according to a Canadian Senate report in September 2001 (Crossette...
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