Vol. XXX, No. 1 Autumn/Automne 2000

Table of Contents

Front Matter
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Contributors / Collaborateurs

Forum

Back to the Future: The New History of Atlantic Canada
3
"Limited Identities" Revisited: Regionalism and Nationalism in Canadian History
P. A. Buckner
4
Is Atlantic Canadian History Possible?
James K. Hiller
16
Development, Deconstruction and Region: A Personal Memoir
Colin D. Howell
23
The Three Wise Men of Maritime Literature: A Personal Tribute
Gwendolyn Davies
31
Focusing on their Roots: University of New Brunswick Historians and Regional History
Judith Fingard
38
Dalhousie University and the Flowering of Atlantic Provinces Historiography, 1960-1980
E. R. Forbes
45
Organizing Historical Memory in the Maritimes: A Reconnaissance
D. A. Muise
50
Back to the Future: A Discussion
61
Atlantic Canada’s Historical Writing Today: No Howe?
Gerald Friesen
64
L’Acadie perdue; Or, Maritime History’s Other
P. D. Clarke
73

Review Essays / Notes critiques

Sciences du pouvoir, pouvoir des sciences : quelques tendances de l’historiographie canadienne des sciences
Martin Pâquet
92
Beyond the Margins: Re-Framing Canadian Art History
Lianne McTavish
104

Bibliography

Recent Publications Relating to the History of the Atlantic Region
Patricia L. Belier, Joan Ritcey, John MacLeod, Sharon Clark
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