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Book Review: Official commemoration without conflict is rare. Struggling over how best to know ourselves is not unique to the twenty-first century. Cecilia Morgan, a professor at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, recounts in Commemorating Canada how Canadians have always grappled with making meaning of their shared and divisive history.
Book Review: In From Treaties to Reserves, D.J. Hall focuses on Alberta and details the critical period during which the newly formed Canadian state transformed Indigenous peoples from their own selves into menials confined to reserves for the convenience of white newcomers who were determined to have their land.
Book Review: It’s a storyline straight out of a Robert Louis Stevenson novel — a mysterious and seemingly bottomless pit that just might be filled with a fortune in pirate booty.
Book Review: Author Debra Komar is a practising forensic anthropologist, and this is an engrossing book that weaves historical records into a fascinating story. Her research shows how the suspect’s social status afforded him preferential treatment from both the legal system and the press.