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ERIN MORTON and SUZANNE MORTON

Note des codirecteurs

FORUM – Acadiensis@50

 

JERRY BANNISTER

Introduction

MICHAEL POPLYANSKY

Le tournant transnational en historiographie acadienne

HEIDI MACDONALD

Atlantic Canadian Women and Gender History:

Where Is It Going and Where Should It Be Going?

DANIEL SAMSON

Building Research and Community Networks:
Putting Acadiensis at the Centre of a Digital Community

FORUM – FAIRE FACE AU PASSÉ

 

MARTH WALLS

The TRC, Reconciliation, and the Shubenacadie Indian Residential School

NICOLE LANG

Enseigner l’histoire de l’Acadie au Canada atlantique

PETER L. TWOHIG

COVID-19 and the Labour of Care

FORUM – L’HISTOIRE EN DIALOGUE

 

MERCEDES PETERS

A Thought-Exercise in Decolonization:
Reflections from a Mi’kmaw Historian Revisiting the Acadiensis Readers

STEPHEN DUTCHER

Reflections on My 18 Years with Acadiensis

COURTNEY MRAZEK

A Coffee with John Reid

ARTICLES DE RECHERCHE

 

WILLEEN KEOUGH

Newfoundland Landsmen Sealing: Interrogating the Limits
of Ecomasculinity in the Late 20th and Early 21st Centuries

LEANNA THOMAS

Disrupting the Archives and Loosening the Evangeline Knot:
Finding an Undercurrent in Antoine-J. Léger’s
Elle et lui and Une fleur d’Acadie

PRÉSENT ET PASSÉ

 

RAYMOND B. BLAKE

The End of Politics? Political Campaigns in
Newfoundland and Labrador

NOTE CRITIQUE

 

JANIS THIESSEN

Canadian History Podcasts