Issue 1 (2010)

Editorial Introduction:

Tony Tremblay, "New Brunswick at a Critical Crossroads"

Invited essays:

Margaret Conrad, Natalie Dubé, David Northrup, and Keith Owre, “‘I want to know my bloodline’: New Brunswickers and Their Pasts”

Herménégilde Chiasson, “Une Acadie triangulaire: Essai de géo-esthétique”

Donald Savoie, “Le Nouveau-Brunswick: pour que cette crise serve à quelque chose” / “New Brunswick: Let’s Not Waste a Crisis.” (available in both French and English)

Julian Walker, “The Once and Future New Brunswick Free Press”

Refereed articles:

Jula Hughes, “Gender Equality in Sports: A Human Rights Lawyer’s Perspective”

Greg Marquis, “Uneven Renaissance: Urban Development in Saint John, 1955-1976”

Glen Nichols, “Identity Across Genres, Across Communities: Two Musical-Theatre Adaptations and the Performance of English and Acadian History in New Brunswick”

Corey Slumkoski, “‘…a fair show and a square deal’: New Brunswick and the Renegotiation of Canadian Federalism, 1938-51”

Will C. van den Hoonaard and Deborah K. van den Hoonaard, “Creative Integration: Persian Bahá’í Newcomers in New Brunswick”

 

Thanks to Jeff Hart and Jeffrey Carleton (St. Thomas University) for our website design,and to Mike Nason (Electronic Text Centre, University of New Brunswick) for OJS support. Special thanks in this issue go to Patrick Toner for proofreading, and to Linnet Humble, Alison Forshner, and Sarah Millican for research and editorial assistance.

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