The Corvette

The Corvette is a peer-reviewed undergraduate history journal seeking to publish the best scholarship produced by University of Victoria students concerning the past. We are interested in all methods and fields of inquiry.

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CBC's Jo-Anne Roberts interviews Corvette editors!

The editors of The Corvette were interviewed by Jo-Ann Roberts for CBC's All Points West on April 9, 2013.  The interview is available at:  
Posted: 2013-04-22

The Corvette Goes To Sea (Digitally)

The Corvette Issue 1 is now available online, for free, in full.  Special limited-edition physical copies available at the UVic History Department Office: Clearihue B245.  
Posted: 2013-04-08 More...

The Corvette on Social Media

Did you know we're on Facebook and Twitter?  
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Vol 2, No 1

Table of Contents

Full Issue PDF
Dean's Message PDF
Dr. John A. Archibald 1
Editor's Introduction PDF
Ben Fast, Rayleen Lister 2-3
“Staggering Between Anarchy and Starvation”: An Examination of the Experience of German Civilians under the Allied Blockade of the First World War, 1916-1919 PDF
Charlotte Cass 4-14
Historicity of Survival Theory: African Culture in Religious Experience PDF
Michael Cronk 15-27
The Emergence of Gender Role Anxieties in the Weimar Republic PDF
Sarah Fitterer 28-39
The Public Face of the Royal Canadian Air Force: The Importance of Air Shows and Demonstration Teams to the R.C.A.F. PDF
Luke F. Kowalski 40-58
The Iranian Revolution, 1979: Memory, Desire, and a Search for Identity PDF
Jessica Singh 59-67
Performing for the State: Censorship of the French Theatre under Napoleon PDF
Margaret Sproule 68-80

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