1 edition of Canadian studies bibliographies. found in the catalog.
Canadian studies bibliographies.
|Contributions||Grimard, Jacques., Jurkovis, Joseph J., Moldenhauer, John A., Canada. Dept. of External Affairs., Carleton University. Institute of Canadian Studies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings)|
From modest colonial beginnings, literature in Canada has arrived at the center stage of world literature. Works by English-Canadian writers -- both established writers such as Margaret Atwood and new talents such as Yann Martel -- make regular appearances on international bestseller lists. French-Canadian literature has also found its own voice in the North American and francophone worlds. Michel, Bergeron. "Current Bibliography of Canadian Church History " Historical Studies 67 (): B1-B Carlson, Keith Thor. Melinda Marie Jette, and Kenichi Matsui. "An Annotated Bibliography of Major Writings in Aboriginal History, " Canadian Historical Rev 1(): Hiller, Harry H., and Simon Langlois.
This is the guide for Dr. Nicole Smith. General Encyclopedias, Companions, and Guides for Canadian Literature: The Oxford Companion to Canadian LiteratureAuthor: Carol Hargis. Digital Scholarship Examples of digital scholarship at the UW and where to get assistance with any phase of your project.; FAQ Short, simple how-to and demos of frequently asked questions about using the Libraries and information resources.; Graduate Funding Info Service Assistance with locating funding for research, tuition, travel, and other graduate school-related : Sion Romaine.
The Main Library holds the majority of books for Canadian Studies. Most of these books are on the 2nd floor or in the providing an incomparable research tool for students and researchers of US and Canadian history. Bibliography of British and Irish History. The Bibliography of British and Irish History provides bibliographic data on Author: Caroline Stirling. The London Journal of Canadian Studies (LJCS) is an interdisciplinary fully peer reviewed, open access journal specialising in Canadian history, politics, culture and society and has been published annually since Many leading UK Canadianists based at the University of London and UCL have been associated with it during its year history.
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Published by the International Council for Canadian Studies and organized into 12 broad subject categories. Since"Canadiana lists and describes a wide variety of publications produced in Canada, or published elsewhere but of special interest or significance to Canada.
These include books, periodicals, sound recordings, and : Elizabeth Gibson. The second part focuses on national identity and political culture, including the role of Canadian studies as a discipline, adapting its critical method to Canadian political culture.
The first two parts culminate in the positive articulation, in Part 3, of author's own conception, one that is at once more utopian and more tragic than that of Author: Penny Haggarty.
is a valuable selection aid for the development of library collections, for compiling bibliographies on Canadian studies and for acquiring Canadian publications includes ISBN and ISSN information, the numbering systems used by book dealers and publishers to identify books.
Introduction to Canadian studies: selective bibliography. Rev. by the Institute of Canadian Studies, Carleton UniversityGrimard, J. Le Canada par le livreMoldenhauer, J.A.A survey of microform resources in Canadian studies disciplinesJurkovic, J.J.
Canadian studies: series bibliography. Other Titles: Bibliographies des études canadiennes. Canadian literature--Black authors Social capital (Sociology)--Canada Universities and colleges--Environmental aspects--Canada Violence--Canada Homeless youth--Canada.
To find bibliographies on a topic, look for the subdivision bibliography following a subject heading. Reference books--Canada--Bibliography Minorities--Canada--BibliographyAuthor: Elizabeth Gibson. OCLC Number: Description: pages in various pagings ; 28 cm: Contents: Introduction to Canadian studies bibliographiesDunton, D.
Introduction to. Progress began in the academic years of and when bibliography classes at McGill University Canadian studies bibliographies. book School, under the direction of Marion Higgins, listed some relevant items (BCB).
These were arranged under 31 broad subjects (themselves alphabetically arranged) and, within each category, entries were ordered alphabetically by.
Canadian reference sources: an annotated bibliography: general reference works, history, humanities Z B65 REF Also available online via the Library Catalogue Canadian studies: foreign publications and theses Z M65 REFAuthor: James Watson.
Current Canadian Bibliographies Africana Canadiana: A Select Bibliography of Literature by African-Canadian Authors,in English, French, and Translation PSB5 C56 13th floor, RobartsAuthor: Jesse Carliner. Includes topical bibliographies. Canada's diverse peoples: a reference sourcebook.
A chronological look at immigration to Canada. Each chapter ends with a timeline, glossary, several primary documents, and bibliography. This book is available in print or online. Canadian Encyclopedia.
An essential source for background information on. The Journal of Canadian Studies/Revue d'études canadiennes was the first Canadian Studies journal in the country. The journal has a long history of being deeply committed to interdisciplinary perspectives, bilingual presentation of research, and the scholarly study of Canada.
The mandate of the JCS/REC is twofold: it aims to publish the best scholarship about Canadian history, culture and. Groups in Canada Susceptible to Poverty and Why - Sociology bibliographies - in Harvard style.
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Toronto: McClelland and Stewart. ISBN "This book bibliography is the only up-to-date reference that reflects both the broad range of topics studied and the wide variety of source materialsnow available on the subject of Canadian politics This book bibliography contributes significantly to our understanding of Canadian politics during Author: Gregory S.
Mahler. "[This volume] fills a void in Canadian music bibliography. It is comprehensive, current and well organized Morey has given us a wide-ranging overview, replete with succinct and useful annotations Essential for music libraries and for those libraries which support a Canadian Studies programme."Cited by: 5.
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The log should clearly indicate what you searched and where you searched. For example, if you were researching the topic wage gap, you might search the library catalogue and the database Academic Author: Lindsay Tripp.
The Field of German-Canadian Studies from A Bibliography English Sources Books: Antor, Heinz, Sylvia Brown, John Considine, and Klaus Stierstorfer, eds. Refractions of Germany in Canadian Literature and Culture.
This resource bibliography with over descriptive annotations on Canada, a product of a conference on Canadian Studies held at the University of Maine, Orono, in September,is designed to make teachers of social studies and other fields at both the elementary and secondary levels more aware of the variety of available teaching materials on Canada, dating from the 's through Women in Canada: A Bibliography, By Carol Mazur and Sheila Pepper.
3rd ed. Toronto: OISE Press, p. Description: This is a broad bibliography covering all topics relevant to women's studies in Canada. Coverage: Includes: Journal and magazine articles, theses, government publications, book chapters and other print.
When you become a CESA member you will receive a subscription to Canadian Ethnic Studies/Études ethniques au Canada, a journal published three times a year.
The Journal includes scholarly articles, research notes, book reviews, and bibliographic information in both English and French. CRITICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MATER IALS ON CHINA (April,22 PP) A variety of materials are available to provide background information on the countries and cultures from which most New Canadian students come.
This report describes a selection of such books and films on China aimed at a general audience of readers rather than at specialists.p. ; 23 cm Cover title Issued as: Hungarian Studies Review, v. 25, no. (Spring-Fall ) Supplement to: Canadian studies on Hungarians, / compiled by John MiskaPages: As Gorman and Howe point out in Collection Development for Libraries, national bibliographies are found in most countries that have an organized publishing trade (Gorman ,).
For instance, the National Library of Canada has compiled Canadiana, the national bibliography of Canada, since