A Concise History of Canada

A Concise History of Canada
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Margaret Conrad
436 g
216x140x18 mm
Cambridge Concise Histories

Introduction: a cautious country; 1. Since time immemorial; 2. Natives and newcomers, 1000-1661; 3. New France, 1661-1763; 4. A revolutionary age, 1763-1821; 5. Transatlantic communities, 1815-1849; 6. Coming together, 1850-1885; 7. Making progress, 1885-1914; 8. Hanging on, 1914-1945; 9. Liberalism triumphant, 1945-1984; 10. Interesting times, 1984-2010.
Margaret Conrad's history of Canada begins with a challenge to its readers. What is Canada? What makes up this diverse, complex and often contested nation-state? What was its founding moment? And who are its people? Drawing on her many years of experience as a scholar, writer and teacher of Canadian history, Conrad offers astute answers to these difficult questions. Beginning in Canada's deep past with the arrival of its Aboriginal peoples, she traces its history through the conquest by Europeans, the American Revolutionary War and the industrialization of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries to its prosperous present. Despite its successes and its popularity as a destination for immigrants from across the world, Canada remains a curiously reluctant player on the international stage. This intelligent, concise and lucid book explains just why that is.
Margaret Conrad is Professor Emerita at the University of New Brunswick, Canada and has published widely in the fields of Canadian and women's history. Her publications include Atlantic Canada: A History, with James K. Hiller (2010), History of the Canadian Peoples, with Alvin Finkel (2009), No Place Like Home: The Diaries and Letters of Nova Scotia Women, with Toni Laidlaw and Donna Smyth (1988), and George Nowlan: Maritime Conservative in National Politics (1986). A founding member of the Editorial Board of Atlantis: A Women's Studies Journal, she was also instrumental in the founding of the Planter Studies Centre at Acadia University, where she was a member of the history department from 1969 to 2002. She held the Canada Research Chair in Atlantic Canada Studies at the University of New Brunswick (2002-09) and Nancy's Chair at Mount Saint Vincent University (1996-1998). An Officer of the Order of Canada since 2004, she is also a member of the Royal Society of Canada.

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