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- 2Sims, Daniel
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- 1Allen, Tana Joy
- 1Anderson, Greg J.
In 1932, coal miners inside of Alberta's Crowsnest Pass struck for 195 days over working conditions. I use a multi-perspective approach and found my analysis on the basis of community to increase our understanding on industrial disputes. I explore the strike from the viewpoint of coal operators,...
A Hushed Whisper and a Resounding Silence: A Comparative Study of Holocaust Memorialization in Serbia and CroatiaDownload
This project evaluates how the Holocaust has been memorialized in Serbia and Croatia since the disintegration of Yugoslavia. Memorialization is physically manifested at sites and institutions of public memory, most notably museums, memorials, and monuments. This investigation examines how the...
Astronomy was a culturally prominent practice during the nineteenth century in Britain. In this thesis I examine the development of astronomy in one area, Wales. Astronomy became an important subject in the lecturing industry that emerged during the century as lecturers promoted astronomical...
Across the Great Water: Indigenous Tobacco and Haudenosaunee Diplomacy in Early Modern England, 1550-1750Download
The impacts of the transatlantic movement of Indigenous Peoples and goods has yet to be fully realized by scholars of the early modern world. Beginning in the sixteenth century, thousands of Indigenous Peoples and an immeasurable amount of goods and technologies moved eastward to Europe. Upon...
Amicitiae Cultus Ingenuus Est: The Proper Cultivation of Emperors, Patrons and Friends as Strategy and Mirage in the Works of Q. Aurelius SymmachusDownload
The late fourth-century Roman senator Q. Aurelius Symmachus (c. 340-402 CE), author of the Orations, Relations and Letters, is undoubtedly an important source for late Roman patronage and its cultivation. This thesis seeks to explain why these phenomena should be so clearly visible in these...
An Analysis of the Early Diplomatic Policies of Soviet Russia and China on the Chinese Eastern Railway, 1917-1925Download
This thesis explores the evolution of Soviet diplomatic policies with respect to the disputed ownership of the Chinese Eastern Railway, and the responses of the three Chinese political authorities in Beijing, Guangzhou and Fengtian from 1917 to 1925. It restructures the analysis of available...
This dissertation examines atheist identity and ideology in eighteenth-century France up to 1776 through an analysis of numerous atheist texts, including several little-known clandestine works and the more familiar books of Jean Meslier, Julien Offray de La Mettrie and the Baron d’Holbach. It...