In the Department of History
Baltimore’s Secessionist Moment: Conservatism and Political Networks in the Pratt Street Riot and Its Aftermath
Book chapter by Frank Towers. Published November 2021.
Mpilo Walter Benson Rubusana: South Africa’s First Black Parliamentarian
Book chapter by Timothy Stapleton. Published September 2021.
Sexual Health in Britain’s West African Colonial Army (1898-1960)
Journal article by Timothy Stapleton. Published July 2021.
The “Abolition Riot” Redux: Voices, Processes
Journal article by Lyndsay Campbell. Published April 2021.
Complex Agency in the Great Acceleration: Women and Energy Transition in the Ruhr Area after 1945
Book chapter by Petra Dolata. Published July 2021.
Press, Power, and Culture in Imperial Brazil
Book edited by Hendrik Kraay, Celso Thomas Castilho, and Teresa Cribelli. Released April 2021. Chapter eight is also written by Hendrik Kraay.
The editors presented the book at the Núcleo de Estudos da Edição, Literatura e Imprensa, UNICAMP, Brazil. Link to the recording of this event (in Portuguese) here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YS5g1bK6nVQ
Sustainability in the Anthropocene: From Forests to the Globe
Book chapter by Petra Dolata. Published May 2021.
Brazil’s Historians in North America, 1980-2019: A Survey of Their Careers
Journal Article by Hendrik Kraay. Released March 2021.
Understanding the Recent History of Energy Security in the Arctic
Book chapter by Petra Dolata. Published February 2021.
Behind the Enigma
New book by John Ferris. Released Oct 2020.
Special Issue on Conservatism in the Civil War North
Journal co-edited by Frank Towers and Andrew Wiley in Civil War History, September 2020.
Death and Disorder: A History of Early Modern England, 1485–1690
New Book Published by Ken MacMillan
Constructing Early Anglo-Saxon Identity in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicles
Journal publication by Courtnay Konshuh in The Land of the English Kin, Studies in Wessex and Anglo-Saxon England in Honour of Professor Barbara Yorke. Released April 2020.
Remaking of North American Sovereignty: State Transformation in the 1860s
Book co-edited by Frank Towers and Jewel Spangler.
Bystander Interventions and Literary Portrayals: White Slaves in Brazil, 1850s-1880s
Article by Hendrik Kraay in Slavery and Abolition: A Journal of Slave and Post-Slave Studies
Canada's Legal Pasts: Looking Forward, Looking Back
New Book Co-Edited by Lyndsay Campbell
Imagining the Sudan in British Film, 1925–53
Article by Zach Bates, PhD Candidate in Journal of British Cinema and Television
The Most Beautiful Face of Socialism’: Katarina Witt and the Sexual Politics of Sport in the Cold War
Contribution by Annette Timm in The Whole World was Watching: Sport in Cold War
Tripwires and Whisky Tenors: Student-Faculty Relationships in Alberta’s Normal Schools During the 1930s
Article by Shawn Brackett, PhD Candidate, in Historical Studies in Education Journal
The History of Medicine and Healthcare: Selected Papers
Book edited by Lesley Bolton, William J. Pratt, and Frank W. Stahnisch. Released March 2021.
Creating the Future of Health: The History of the Cumming School of Medicine at the University of Calgary, 1967-2012
Book by Robert Lampard, David B. Hogan, Frank W. Stahnisch, and James R. Wright Jr. Published February 2021.
Bedside and Community: 50 Years of Contributions to the Health of Albertans by the University of Calgary
Book edited by by Diana J. Mansell, Frank W. Stahnisch, and Paula Larsson. Published February 2020.
A New Field in Mind A History of Interdisciplinarity in the Early Brain Sciences
Book written by Frank W. Stahnisch. Published March 2020.
Psychiatry and the Legacies of Eugenics Historical Studies of Alberta and Beyond
Book edited by edited by Frank W. Stahnisch and Erna Kurbegović. Published July 2020.
Selected Papers on the History of Medicine and Healthcare (2014)
Book edited by William J. Pratt, Lesley Bolton, and Frank W. Stahnisch. Released November 2019. "Sebastian K. Littmann (1931-1986): A Pioneering Advocate of Family and Community Psychiatry in North America" is also co-written by Frank W. Stahnisch.