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Oliver Cromwell and the Print Culture of the Interregnum
When the second Protectoral Parliament offered the crown to Oliver Cromwell, he, despite his conservative impulses, rejected it. Why would a man who believed in the ancient constitution and hoped to stabilize the British ...
Making the scene : Yorkville and Hip Toronto, 1960-1970
For a short period during the 1960s Toronto’s Yorkville district was found at the centre of Canada’s youthful bohemian scene. Students, artists, hippies, greasers, bikers, and “weekenders” congregated in and around the ...
The Empire Within: Montreal, the Sixties, and the Forging of a Radical Imagination
This thesis explores the wide variety of ways in which radical intellectuals and activists in Montreal used and adapted Third World decolonization theory to build a broad movement of solidarity and anti-colonial resistance ...