[E–pub] (A nation of immigrants Women workers and communities in Canadian history 1840s 1960s)

A nation of immigrants Women workers and communities in Canadian history 1840s 1960sIonOrganized artly chronologically and largely by theme the topical sections will offer students "A Glimpse Into Canada's "glimpse into Canada's immigrant ast In order to facilitate classroom discussion each contains an introduction that contextualizes the readings and raises some uestions for debate A Nation of Immigrants will raises some uestions for debate A Nation of Immigrants will be both in specialized courses in Canadian immigration history and in courses on broader themes in Canadian histo.

SUMMARY A nation of immigrants Women workers and communities in Canadian history 1840s 1960s

The Meaning of Difference: American Constructions of Race, Sex and Gender, Social Class, Sexual Orientation, and Disability
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This Collection Brings Together A Wide Array of Writings On Canadian immigrant history including many highly regarded influential essays Though most of the chapters have been ublished before the editors also "commissioned original contributions to include material on
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topics within fieldThe readings highlight the social history of immigrants their re "original contributions to include material on understudied topics within the fieldThe readings highlight the social history of immigrants their re traditions as well as migration strategies and Canadian experien. Ces their work and family worlds and their Die fremde Stadt: Breslau nach 1945 political cultural and community lives They explore the aggressivelyublic display of ethno religious rituals race riots and union rotests the uasi rivate worlds of all male boarding houses and "female domestics toiling in isolated workplaces and the intrusive ower that government and even well intentioned social reformers wielded over immigrants "domestics toiling in isolated workplaces and the intrusive ower that government and even well intentioned social reformers wielded over immigrants dangerous or otherwise in need of supervis.

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