Leaders in Learning: Publications of Faculty & Staff

The University of Western Ontario

History: 1995-1996



Avery, D.H., and R.D. Hall. 1996. Coming of Age: Readings in Canadian History Since World War II. Toronto, ON: Harcourt Brace & Company. ix, 464 pp. Includes bibliographical references.



Guinsburg, T.N. 1996. Efficient, Effective, and Ethical Practice in Lifelong Learning. Canadian Journal of University Continuing Education 22 (1): 67-75.



Hahn, E.J. 1995. Rudolf von Gneist 1816-1895: Ein politischer Jurist in der Bismarckzeit. IUS Commune. Max-Planck-Instituts Für Europäische Rechtsgeschichte. Studien Zur Europäischen Rechtsgeschichte. Nr 74. Frankfurt, Germany: Vittorio Klostermann. 298 pp. German text.



Avery, D.H., and R.D. Hall. 1996. Coming of Age: Readings in Canadian History Since World War II. Toronto, ON: Harcourt Brace & Company. ix, 464 pp. Includes bibliographical references.



Hilborn, K.H.W. 1996. The Quest for "Equality": From Robespierre to Rae and Beyond: How An Unattainable Ideal Has Threatened Freedom. C-Far Canadian Issues Series, 35. Toronto, ON: Citizens for Foreign Aid Reform. 91 pp.



Kellow, M.M.R. 1996. The Divided Mind of Antislavery Feminism: Lydia Maria Child and the Construction of African American Womanhood. Discovering the Women in Slavery: Emancipating perspectives on the American past. P. Morton. Athens, Georgia: University of Georgia Press. 107-128.



Neary, P.F. 1995. "Like stepping back": Newfoundland in 1939. Newfoundland Studies 11 (1): 1-12. Reprinted in A Country of Limitations: Canada and the World in 1939. N. Hillmer, R. Bothwell, R. Sarty, and C. Beauregard. Ottawa, ON: Canadian Committee for the History of the Second World War. 165-181.

Neary, P.F. 1996. Newfoundland in the North Atlantic World, 1929-1949. (paperback with minor editorial changes). Montreal, PQ: McGill-Queen's University Press. 459 pp. Includes index and bibliography.

Neary, P.F. 1996. White Tie and Decorations: Sir John and Lady Hope Simpson in Newfoundland, 1934-1936. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press. 373 pp. Includes bibliographical references and index.



Ogelsby, J.C.M. 1996. America: no common history but much in common. Libro De Amigos: Homenaje a Guillermo Morón. Caracas: Academia Nacional de la Historia. 351-365.

Ogelsby, J.C.M. The Legacy of History: Two Americas or One? Proceedings of the 64th Annual Couchiching Conference. Orillia, Ontario: 10 August 1995-13 August 1995. D. Glynn. Couchiching Institute. 22-28.



Pospielovsky, D.V. September 1995. L'Eglise russe aujourd'hui. Le Messager 172 (III): 198-231. Russian text.

Pospielovsky, D.V. October 1995. Impressions of the Contemporary Russian Orthodox Church: Its Problems and Its Theological Education. Religion, State and Society 23 (3): 249-262.

Pospielovsky, D.V. July 1995. The Russian Orthodox Church in the 20th Century. Moscow: Respublika. 495 pp. Russian text.



Ruud, C.A. 1995. Fin de siècle Culture And the Shaping of Rachmaninoff. Studies in Music From the University of Western Ontario 15: 23-37.

Ruud, C.A. 1996. Russian Entrepreneur: Moscow Publisher Ivan Sytin. 2nd ed. Moscow Terra: Russian Businessman. 303 pp. Russian text.



Grendler, P., and A. Santosuosso. 1995. Italy since 1350 (Section 28). The American Historical Association's Guide to Historical Literature, Volume One. 3rd ed. M.B. Norton, and P. Gerardi. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. 889-916.

Santosuosso, A. 1995. Giovanni Della Casa and His Lost Portrait by Titian. Bibliothèque D'Humanisme et Renaissance 57 (1): 111-118.

Santosuosso, A. 1996. Kadesh Revisited: Reconstructing the Battle Between the Egyptians and the Hittites. The Journal of Military History 60: 423-444.



Shatzmiller, M. 1996. Marriage, Family, and the Faith: Women's Conversion to Islam. Journal of Family History 21 (3): 235-266.

Shatzmiller, M. 1995. Women and Property Rights in Al-Andalus and the Maghrib: Social Patterns and Legal Discourse. Islamic Law and Society 2 (3): 219-257.



Steele, I.K. 1995. The British Parliament and the Atlantic Colonies to 1760: New Approaches to Enduring Questions. Parliamentary History 14: 29-46.