Recent Publications in Canadian Labour History/ Travaux Recents En Histoire Des Classes Populaires Canadiennes

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Recent Publications in Canadian Labour History/ Travaux Recents En Histoire Des Classes Populaires Canadiennes


Lonardo, Michael, Sweeney, Robert C. H., Labour/Le Travail


Books / Livres

Aubin, Georges et Marcel Rheault. Medecins et patriotes 1837-1838. Quebec, Septentrion, 2006, 354 p.

Bouchard, Russel. La longue marche du peuple oublie : enthnogenese et spectre culturel du peuple Metis de la Borealie. Saguenay, R Bouchard, 2006, 213 p.

Brun, Josette. Vie et amort du couple en Nouvelle-France, Quebec et Louisbourg au XVIIIe siecle. Montreal, McGill-Queen's University Press, 2006, xii-188 p.

Campeau, Georges. From UI to EI: Waging War on the Welfare State. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2005. xiii, 235 p.

Clavette, Suzanne (dir.) L'affaire silicose par deux fondateurs de Relations : un episode marquant de l'histoire sociale du Quebec, precurseur de la Greve de l'amiante. Quebec, Les Presses de l'Universite Laval, 2006, xviii-437 p.

Collectif CourtePointe. Pointe Saint-Charles : un quartier, des femmes, une histoire communautaire. Montreal, Editions du remue-menage, 2006, 286 p.

Cooper, Afua. La pendaison d'Angelique : l'histoire de l'esclavage au Canada et de l'incendie de Montreal. Montreal, Editions de l'Homme, 2007, 309 p.

Cyr, Marc-Andre. La presse anarchiste au Quebec (1976-2001). Montreal, Editions Rouge et Noir, 2006, 222 p.

Dansereau, Bernard. Contributions a l'histoire du Syndicat des chargees, charges de cours de l'Universite du Quebec a Montreal. Montreal, SCCUQ, 2007, 50 p.

Dawson, Nelson-Martin. Feu, fourrures, fleaux et foi foudroyerent les Montagnais. Histoire et destin de ces tribus nomades d'apres les archives de l'epoque coloniale. Quebec, Septentrion, 2005, 262 p.

Desilets, Christian et Denis Ledoux. Histoire des normes du travail au Quebec de 1885 a 2005. De l'Acte des manufactures a la Loi sur les normes du travail. Quebec, les Publications du Quebec, 2006, 319 p.

Durflinger, Serge Marc. Fighting from Home: The Second World War in Verdun, Quebec. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2006. xvi, 279 p.

Gravel, Denis. Histoire de la FAECUM (1976-2006). Une federation en marche. Montreal, Societe de recherche historique Archiv-Histo, 2006, 185 p.

Gouter, David. Guarding the Gates: The Canadian Labour Movement and Immigration, 1872-1934. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2007. xi, 273 p.

Hak, Gordon. Capital and Labour in the British Columbia Forest Industry, 1934-74. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2007. 258 p.

Hewitt, Steve. Riding to the Rescue: The Transformation of the RCMP in Alberta and Saskatchewan, 1914-1939. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2006. xiv, 205 p.

Levesque, Andree. Red Travellers: Jeanne Corbin and Her Comrades. Trans. Yvonne M. Klein. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2006. xiv, 233 p.

Lorenzetti, Luigi, Anne-Lise Head-Konig et Joseph Goy. (dir.) Marche, migrations et logiques familales dans les espaces francais, canadien et suisse, 18e-20e siecles. Berne, Peter Lang, 2005, viii-324 p.

MacIsaac, Teresa. A Better Life: A Portrait of Highland Women in Nova Scotia. Sydney, NS: Cape Breton University Press, 2006. 203 p.

Mackay, Julien S. Notaires et patriotes 1837-1838. Quebec, Septentrion, 2006, 256 p.

Melancon, Benoit. Les yeux de Maurice Richard : une histoire culturelle. Montreal, Fides, 2006, 276 p.

Morin-Pelletier, Melanie. Briser les ailes de l'ange. Les infirmieres militaires canadiennes (1914-1918). Montreal, Athena editions, 2006, 192 p.

Morgan, Madeleine. La colere des douces : la greve des infirmieres de l'hopital Sainte-Justine en 1963. Montreal, CSN, 2003, 215 p.

Rajala, Richard A. Up-Coast: Forests and Industry on British Columbia's North Coast, 1870-2005. Victoria: Royal BC Museum, 2006. viii, 294 p.

Roby, Yves. Histoire d'un reve brise? : Les Canadiens francais aux Etats-Unis. Quebec, Septentrion, 2007, 148 p.

Stephen, Jennifer A. Pick One Intelligent Girl: Employability, Domesticity and the Gendering of Canada's Welfare State, 1939-1947. …

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