Contesting Canadian Citizenship

Historical Readings

Robert Adamoski (Redaktør) ; Dorothy Chunn (Redaktør) ; Robert Menzies (Redaktør)

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The editors' collective grasp of a diverse literature-and their choice of contributors-translates into an intellectually coherent collection of essays. The subject matter could not be more timely. The new scholarship is there, and the issues raised will challenge both academic and general readers. -- Susan E. Houston, York University

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Acknowledgments Part I: Citizenship in Theory and History 1. Rethinking the Citizen in Canadian Social History (Robert Menzies, Dorothy E. Chunn and Robert Adamoski) 2. Three Stories of Canadian Citizenship (Janine Brodie) Part II: Constituting the Canadian Citizen 3. 'The Citizenship Debates': The 1885 Franchise Act (Veronica Strong-Boag) 4. From the Nation to the Citizen: Quebec Historical Writing and the Shaping of Identity (Ronald Rudin) 5. Indigenous Citizenship and History in Canada: Between Denial and Imposition (Claude Denis) Part III: Domesticity, Industry and Nationhood 6. Scaffolding Citizenship: Housing Reform and Nation Formation in Canada, 1900-1950 (Sean Purdy) 7. Unemployment and the New Industrial Citizenship: A Review of the Ontario Unemployment Commission, 1916 (Jennifer Stephen) 8. Indispensable but not a Citizen: The Housewife in the Great Depression (Denyse Baillargeon) 9. Time, Swimming Pools, and Citizenship: The Emergence of Leisure Rights in Mid-Twentieth Century Canada (Shirley Tillotson) Part IV: Pedagogies of Belonging and Exclusion 10. "The Good Citizen": Masculinity and Citizenship at Frontier College, 1899-1933 (Lorna R. McLean) 11. Education for Motherhood: Creating Modern Mothers and Model Citizens (Katherine Arnup) 12. Constructing Normal Citizens: Sex Advice for Postwar Teens (Mary Louise Adams) 13. Black Nova Scotian Women's Schooling and Citizenship: An Education of Violence (Bernice Moreau) Part V: The Boundaries of Citizenship 14. The Child - The Citizen - The Nation: The Rhetoric and Experience of Wardship in Early Twentieth Century British Columbia (Robert Adamoski) 15. Creating Social and Moral Citizens: Defining and Treating Delinquent Boys and Girls in English Canada, 1920-65 (Joan Sangster) 16. Sex And Citizenship: (Hetero)Sexual Offences, Law and 'White' Settler Society in British Columbia, 1885-1940 (Dorothy E. Chunn) 17. 'Unfit' Citizens and the BC Royal Commission on Mental Hygiene, 1925-28 (Robert Menzies) Contributors Index

Om forfatteren

Robert Adamoski teaches in the Criminology Department at Kwantlen University College. Dorothy E. Chunn is a professor emerita of sociology in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Simon Fraser University. Robert Menzies is a member of the School of Criminology at Simon Fraser University.