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20th Atlantic Canada Studies Conference
Images of Atlantic Canada / Représentations du Canada atlantique en évolution

St. Thomas Universtiy and the University of New Brunswick
Fredericton: May 1 - 3

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Access to digital back issues of Acadiensis

Acadiensis Digital Archives

The entire back catalogue of Acadiensis is now available online. Access to the most recent five years of the journal is limited to current subscribers, both individual and institutional. Individual subscribers should send their name and email address to James Kerr at jkerr@unb.ca to receive a username and password to access the most recent material on the site. Institutional subscribers should send the name and email address of a contact person, as well as the IP range of their institutions.



NEW BOOKS FROM
ACADIENSIS PRESS

The Education of an Innocent:
An Autobiography by E.R. "Ernie" Forbes


The Nova Scotia Planters in the Atlantic World,
1759-1830

Edited by T. Stephen Henderson
and Wendy G. Robicheau

Making Up the State:
Women in 20th-Century Atlantic Canada

Edited by Janet Guildford & Suzanne Morton


ABOUT ACADIENSIS

"a host of valuable articles on the Atlantic area . . .
a veritable renaissance in Maritime regional history"

— J.M.S. Careless, University of Toronto


"some of the finest articles being written today in Canadian history"
— D.A. Muise, A Reader's Guide to Canadian History

ISSN: 0044-5851