Making Western Canada
Essays on European Colonization and SettlementBook - 1996
This ground-breaking collection demonstrates the research interests of a new generation of scholars. Stressing such themes as gender, race and class, the book is compelling evidence that Western Canadian history is far more complex and subtle than its depiction in the traditional literature. The contributors emphasize the way society has been made, and the extent to which is was--and is--the product of human agency rather than possessing an intangisble existence beyond the interaction of groups of people.
Publisher: Toronto : Garamond, c1996
Branch Call Number: 971.2 MAK
Characteristics: 282 p. : ill