Vol 3, No 1 (2011)

A Note from the Editors

As we have worked this past year to launch The Graduate History Review, we have benefited immensely from the help and support of many. We would like to acknowledge in particular the efforts of a few:

  • Brad Van Vugt, for his help with the development of the website
  • James MacGregor (Public Knowledge Project), for his patient and helpful responses to endless questions about Open Journal Systems
  • Inba Kehoe, Scholarly Communications Librarian, and the UVic Library for hosting and support
  • Tylor Richards and Sean Addie for the design of the GHR logo, as well as the development of promotional materials that have helped to spread the word about the journal
  • Our Editorial Advisory Committee -- Christa Hunfeld, Derek Murray, Elizabeth Clemo, Tylor Richards, and Sean Addie -- for all their hard work as well as for their ongoing commitment to the journal
  • Our Faculty Advisor, Dr. Penny Bryden, and all the members of the Faculty Advisory Board
  • The UVic Graduate Student Society and Graduate History Student Union for financial support and facilitation

We would also like to acknowledge the founding editors of Preteritus: A Graduate History Journal, Elizabeth Della Zazzera and Sara Regnier-McKellar. Preteritus provided the foundation upon which the GHR could grow and develop.

Of course, we would also like to thank all of our authors, reviewers, and readers, whose interest in and commitment to the GHR is essential.

Happy reading,

Lisa Pasolli and Sarah Lebel Van Vugt

Co-Editors

Table of Contents

Front Matter PDF
 
A Note from the Editors
 

Articles

Liberty and Community:The Political Ideas of Nineteenth-Century Canadian Temperance Movements PDF
Adam James Coombs
A Nation of Employees: The Rise of White-Collar Workers and the Perceived Crisis of Masculinity in the 1950s PDF
Thomas Andrew Joyce
Politicizing Pronatalism: Exploring the Nazi Ideology of Women through the Lens of Visual Propaganda, 1933-1939. PDF
Katherine M. Rossy

Research Notes

The Artistic and Literary Transformation of Nineteenth-Century Paris PDF
Michelle Rosner
“Slaying the Sun Woman”: The Legacy of Annie Mae Aquash PDF
Bryan Rindfleisch


The Graduate History Review EISSN 1925-2455

Formerly Preteritus: 2009-2010