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Sue Heffernan talks about one of her favorite books, The Gender of Breadwinners by Joy Parr.
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Book Review: No one had ever seen anything like it. Nor would anyone again, until 1945, when an atomic bomb nicknamed “Little Boy” was dropped on Hiroshima, Japan.
Book Review: Historian Warren Elofson compares late nineteenth-century cattle frontiers in Western Canada and northern Australia. There are many physical similarities between the regions, but Elofson goes beyond discussions of the environment to produce a social history including the raucous culture that develops when there is gender imbalance.
Book Review: With the reintroduction of wild bison to Banff National Park in February 2017, this book offers a timely reflection on the efforts made by so many people to return this magnificent beast to its historic home.
Book Review: Andrew Scott dives into the history of utopian British Columbia settlements, unpacking 150 years of alternative and experimental communities that have both flourished and failed on B.C. soil.