Settling and unsettling memories : essays in Canadian public history /
edited by Nicole Neatby and Peter Hodgins.
imprint
Toronto, ON : University of Toronto Press, c2012.
description
xii, 652 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.
ISBN
0802038166 (pbk.), 080203893X (bound), 9780802038166 (pbk.), 9780802038937 (bound)
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imprint
Toronto, ON : University of Toronto Press, c2012.
isbn
0802038166 (pbk.)
080203893X (bound)
9780802038166 (pbk.)
9780802038937 (bound)
contents note
Pt. 1. Remembering the heroic past: Commemorating the woman warrior of New France: Madeleine de Verchères, 1690s-1920s / Colin M. Coates; 'Of slender frame and delicate appearance': The placing of Laura Secord in the narratives of Canadian Loyalist tradition / Cecilia Morgan; Re-membering dead heroes: Quebec City's monument to Short-Wallick / Jason F. Kovacs and Brian S. Osborne; Dugua vs Champlain: The construction of heroes in Atlantic Canada, 1904-2004 / Ronald Rudin -- Pt. 2. Pedagogies of nation: 'If I'm going to be a copy, why do I have to learn religion and history?': Schools, citizenship, and the teaching of Canada history / Ken Osborne; Saving the nation through national history: The case of Canada: a people's history / Lyle Dick; Playing with 'Nitro': The racialization of Chinese Canadians in public memory / Timothy J. Stanley; Democratizing the past? Canada's history on the World Wide Web / Sasha Mullally -- Pt. 3. Visualizing and revising the past: The art of nation-building: Canadian history painting, 1880-1914 / H. V. Nelles; Tricky myths: Settler pasts and landscapes of innocence / Eva Mackey; Settler monuments, indigenous memory: Dis-membering and re-membering Canadian art history / Ruth B. Phillips; Ethnic minorities and wartime injustices: Redress campaigns and historical narratives in late twentieth-century Canada / Ian Radforth -- Pt. 4. Cashing in on the past: 'The Normandy of the New World': Canada steamship lines, antimodernism, and the selling of Old Quebec / James Murton; Cashing in on antiquity: Tourism and the uses of history in Nova Scotia, 1890-1960 / Ian McKay; 'Leaving the past behind': From Old Quebec to 'La Belle Province' / Nicole Neatby; Peace, order, and good banking: Packaging history and memory in Canada commercial advertising / Ira Wagman -- Pt. 5. Entertaining the past: Why must Halifax keep exploding?: English-Canadian nationalism and the search for a usable disaster / Peter Hodgins; The pasat is an imagined country: Reading Canadian historical fiction written in English / Renée Hulan.
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7628981
 
Includes bibliographical references (p. [615]-647).

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