Leaders in Learning: Publications of Faculty & Staff

History 2002-2003


Dyczok, M. 2002. The Court Battle for the Future of Ukrainian Television. RFE/RL Media Matters 2 (33) Cosman, C. Available: http://www.rferl.org/mm/2002/08/33-300802.html

Dyczok, M. 2003. Ukraine's Media Landscape. Society in Transition. Social Change in Ukraine in Western Perspectives. Wsevolod W. Isajiw. Toronto: Canadian Scholar's Press Inc. 283-304.


Emerson, R.L. 2002. The Scientific Interests of Archibald Campbell, 1st Earl Of Islay and 3rd Duke of Argyll. Annals of Science [Great Britain] 59 (1): 21-56.


Flath, J.A. 2002. Managing Historical Capital in Shandong: Museum, Monument, and Memory in Provincial China. Public Historian 24 (2): 41-59.


Forster, B., and K. Inwood. 2003. The Diversity of Industrial Experience: Cabinet and Furniture Manufacture in Late Nineteenth-Century Ontario. Enterprise & Society: The International Journal of Business History 4 (2): 326-371.


Hall, R., and S.W. Shelton. 2002. The Rising Country: The Hale-Amherst Correspondence, 1799-1825. Toronto: The Champlain Society. 487 pp.


Hyam, R., and P. Henshaw. 2003. The Lion and the Springbok: Britain and South Africa since the Boer War. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 396 pp.


Hernandez-Saenz, L.M. 2002. Matters of Life and Death: the Hospital of San Pedro in Puebla, 1790-1802. Bulletin of the History of Medicine 76 (4): 669-697. Available at ISI:000179423400001.


Karakacili, E. 2002. Peasants, Productivity and Profit in the Open Fields of England: A Study of Economic and Social Development. Journal of Economic History 62: 538-543.


Krats, P.V. 2002. Have Doctorate Will Travel: Reflections on Life as an Itinerant History Professor. Canadian Historical Association Bulletin 28 (2): 21-22.


MacEachern, A. 2003. Fox Avenue. London Street Names: An Illustrated Guide. M. Baker, and H.B. Neary. Toronto: James Lormier and Co. 42-43.

MacEachern, A. 2003. The Institute of Man & Resources: An Environmental Fable. Charlottetown, PEI: Island Studies Press. 142 pp.

Maceachern, A. 2002. Voices Crying in the Wilderness: Recent Works in Canadian Environmental History. Acadiensis 31 (2): 215-226.


McKellar, S. 2003. Surgical Limits: The Life of Gordon Murray. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. 270 pp.


Bowlus, A.J., T. Day, K. McKenna, and D. Wright. A. Bowlus. 2003. The Economic Costs and Consequences of Child Abuse in Canada. Report to the Law Commission of Canada. The Law Commission of Canada: Ottawa, Ontario.

McKenna, K., and D.R. Blessing. 2002. Mapping a Research Journey: Violence Against Women as a Public Health Issue. Violence Against Women: New Canadian Perspectives. K. McKenna, and J. Larkin. Toronto: Inanna Publications. 285-304.

McKenna, K., and T. Day. 2002. The Health-Related Economic costs of Violence Against Women in Canada: The Tip of The Iceberg. Violence Against Women: New Canadian Perspectives. K. McKenna, and J. Larkin. Toronto: Inanna Publications. 313-350.


McKenzie, F. 2003. Coming of Age: Independence and Foreign Policy in Canada and Australia, 1931-1945. Parties Long Estranged: Canada and Australia in the Twentieth Century. F. McKenzie, and M. MacMillan. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press. 34-61.

McKenzie, F. 2002. Redefining the Bonds of Commonwealth 1939-1948: The Politics of Preference . New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 351 pp.

McKenzie, F., and M. MacMillan. 2003. Parties Long Estranged: Canada and Australia in the Twentieth Century. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press. 288 pp.


Millman, B. 2002. The Lloyd George War Government, 1917-1918. Totalitarian Movements and Political Religions 3 (3): 99-126.


Reynard, P.C. 2003. Probing the Boundaries of Environmental Concerns: Reactions to Hydraulic Public Works in Eighteenth-century France. Environment and History, U.K. 9 (3): 251-273.


Ruud, C. 2003. Cross-currents of French, Austrian and Russian Security Policing, 1750-1900. The Cultural Gradient: The Transmission of Ideas in Europe, 1750-1900. C. Evtuhov, and S. Kotkin. Lanham, Md: Rowman & Littlefield. 131-144.


Thompson, N. 2002. The Continental System as a Sieve: the Disappearance of Benjamin Bathurst in 1809. International History Review 24 (3): 528-557.


Vance, J. K. Laybourn, and K. Thompson. 2003. Canadian Historical Works of 2001. Annual Bulletin of Historical Literature. 86. Oxford: Blackwell/The Historical Associaion. 177-180 pp.

Vance, J. 2003. A Gallant Company: The True Story of "The Great Escape". 3rd Ed. ed. New York: Simon and Schuster / iBooks. 352 pp.

Vance, J. 2003. The Soldier as Novelist: Literature, History and the Great War. Canadian Literature: A Quarterly of Criticism and Review 179: 22-37.


Wardhaugh, R. 2003. Balancing Both Sides of the Ledger: J.W. Dafoe and Mackenzie King. Mackenzie King, Citizenship, and Community. J. English, and K. McLaughlin. Toronto: Robin Brass Studio. 80-98.

Wardhaugh, R. 2003. Bush Parties and Booze Cruizes: A Look at Leisure in a Prairie Small Town. The Trajectories of Rural Life: New Perspectives on Rural Canada. R. Blake, and A. Nurse. Regina: Canadian Plains Research Centre. 73-84.


Cooper, J.I., and J. Woycke. 2003. James McGill of Montreal: Citizen of the Atlantic World . Ottawa: Borealis Press. 185 pp.

Woycke, J. 2003. Au Naturel: The History of Nudism in Canada. Etobicoke, Ont: Federation of Canadian Naturists and Anecdote Productions. 266 pp.