In the Department of History
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