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Franco Americans Of New England

Author: Yves Roby
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
ISBN: 0773574298
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What became of these millions of immigrant descendants? In "The Franco-Americans of New England" Yves Roby describes the first-person accounts of French Canadians' immigration to New England, as well as those of their descendants, and the Franco-Americans. Roby seeks to explain the genesis and evolution of this group and raises insightful questions regarding not only the Franco-Americans but also the integration of ethnocultural groups into Canadian society and the future of North American Francophonies.

Overcoming Rejection

Author: Frank Hammond
Publisher: Impact Christian Books Incorporated
ISBN: 9780892281053
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"Overcoming Rejection" is a battle plan for defeating the devil in one's own life. This book provides a practical understanding as to the complications within oneself created by the wounds of rejection.

Whylah Falls

Author: George Elliott Clarke
ISBN: 9781554470952
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Whylah Falls is a mythic community in the heart of Black Nova Scotia, populated with larger-than-life characters: lovers, murderers and muses. George Elliott Clarke’s sensuous narrative sings with the rhythm of blues and gospel, spinning a complex, absorbing tale of unrequited love, earthy wisdom, devouring corruption and racial injustice. This is a rare and beautiful collection of poetry, as much in demand twenty years after its publication as it was when first released. It has inspired an acclaimed CBC-Radio drama, a popular stage play, and a feature film, One Heart Broken Into Song.

Least Wanted

Author: Mark Michaelson
Publisher: Steidl / Edition7L
ISBN: 9783865212917
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Punks, sneaks, mooks and miscreants. Hookers, stooges, grifters and goons. Men and women, elderly and adolescent, rich and poor, but mostly poor. These are the "Least Wanted." Their portraits make up a small part of Mark Michaelson's collection of over 10,000 American mugshots from the 1870s to the 1960s. Created as utilitarian instruments, and meant to be destroyed when obsolete, they survive as remnants of a bygone era of hard-copy originals, extraordinary visual windows on the past, and riveting physical artifacts, often accompanied by municipal ephemera. They are glued to cards and manuscripts, typed on and rubber stamped. Each suspect has been measured and fingerprinted, documented and classified. Bored, sheepish, proud, coy, tough, defiant, bounced, bloodied, bruised, broken and innocent faces--innocent until proven guilty--stare back at the camera with unmistakable individuality. This is central casting for the "Late Late Show" of unvarnished reality, and the lineup is full of small-timers, those who have fallen through the cracks. Each subject, each image, is a person, a portrait, a trace, a crime, a clue, a moment, an expression, a frame, a mustache, a mother, a father, a son or a daughter. Each image is evidence, documentation. A record of people and of stories dismissed by history and rescued here. A century of American souls, filed and forgotten, until now. Contributors include Ian McEwan and New Yorker contributor Malcolm Gladwell.

Paul Lazarsfeld 1901 1976

Publisher: Editions L'Harmattan
ISBN: 2296358977
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Ce livre présente les différents aspects et les différentes phases de l'influence profonde exercée dans les sciences sociales par le psychosociologue et le sociologue mathématicien Paul Lazarsfeld. Il s'agit d'une biographie intellectuelle et d'un essai de bilan sociologique. Au fil des contributions, les apports de Lazarsfeld à la sociologie des communications de masse, à l'analyse du vote par technique du panel et comme cas particulier de l'analyse empirique de l'action, son rapport paradoxal à la sociologie compréhensive, sa conception de la méthodologie, son type d'enseignement si particulier, sont présentés par les auteurs dont certains sont de grands sociologues ayant connu personnellement Lazarzsfeld. - Nombreux articles en anglais -

Losing North

Author: Nancy Huston
Publisher: Virago Press
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A brilliant series of essays examining the life and language of cultural exile.

Aphrodite S Island

Author: Anne Salmond
ISBN: 9780520271326
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An in-depth look at the European discovery of the South Pacific island of Tahiti and all the ideas it came to represent in European minds regarding sexuality, the exotic, and the nobility of the so-called savages; also examines Tahitian attitudes toward the visitors and the impact of their interactions with each other.

A Town Called Asbestos

Author: Jessica van Horssen
Publisher: UBC Press
ISBN: 0774828447
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For decades, manufacturers from around the world relied on asbestos from the town of Asbestos, Quebec, to produce fire-retardant products. Then, over time, people learned about the mineral’s devastating effects on human health. Dependent on this deadly industry for their community’s survival, the residents of Asbestos developed a unique, place-based understanding of their local environment; the risks they faced living next to the giant opencast mine; and their place within the global resource trade. This book unearths the local-global tensions that defined Asbestos’s proud and painful history to reveal the challenges similar resource communities have faced – and continue to face today.

Mcgill And Its Story 1821 1921

Author: Cyrus MacMillan
Publisher: Camp Press
ISBN: 1408686422
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Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

Volkswagen Blues

Author: Jacques Poulin
ISBN: 9781896951423
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A 2005 Canada Reads Selection In this classic road novel, Jacques Poulin tells the story of a man in search of his brother. The geographical journey — through Detroit, into Chicago, on to St. Louis, along the Oregon Trail and into California — becomes a metaphor for the exploration of the history of the French in North America.