Changing Women, Changing History: A Bibliography of the History of Women in Canada
Changing Women, Changing History is a bibliographic guide to the scholarship, both English and French, on Canadian's women's history. Organized under broad subject headings, and accompanied by author and subject indices it is accessible and comprehensive.
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2nd edition Alberta Anne Archives Association Atlantis au Québec Autumn Barbara Beaver Bibliography Books British Columbia Canadian Historical Canadian Journal Canadian Studies Canadian Woman Studies Canadian Women Carleton University Catherine Century Changing Church Class Culture d'histoire Early Economy Education Elizabeth Essays Fall Family Female Feminism Feminist Research femmes France Gender Girls historians Home Immigrant Indian Institute Issues James Jean John Journal of Canadian Labour Linda Lives Manitoba March Margaret Mary McClelland and Stewart Medical Micheline Montréal Movement Native Nineteenth Century Nursing Ontario Organization Ottawa Past Patricia Perspectives Pioneer Policy Politics Prairie Prentice Public Publishing Québec Readings recent recherche Reprinted Resources for Feminist Rights Roles Ruth scholars School Science Selected Sexual siècle Social Society Sociology Sport Spring Story Strong-Boag Summer Susan Teachers Toronto Press Travail Union University of Toronto University Press Vancouver Veronica West Winnipeg Winter Women in Canada Women's History Workers World Writing York