News from 2010

December 6: Postdoctoral fellow Luiza Antonie presents her poster An Automated Record Linkage System for the Canadian Census at the Workshop for Women in Machine Learning in Vancouver.

December: Peter Baskerville (U of Alberta) and K. Inwood prepare for the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council a Knowledge Synthesis Report on the Digital Economy entitled: Canada’s Digital Heritage: The Nation’s Historical Data in an International Context.

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News from 2009

November: Christina Wakefield defends her History MA thesis at Online the University of Victoria Talking on Their Fingers: A Study of the Ontario Deaf According to the 1891 Canadian Census. Christina contributed to the 1891 census project in its early stages.

October: Josh MacFayden successfully defends his U of Guelph PhD thesis Fashioning Flax: Industry, Region, and Work in North American Fibre and from Linseed Oil, 1850-1930. The thesis wholesale jerseys examines the flax, fiber cheap jerseys and linseed oil commodity chain and the millers, farmers and First Nations who participated in it.

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News from 2008

Asylums and the Insane: The View from wholesale NFL jerseys the Census is the topic of Chelsea Jack’s MA major paper. Chelsea is database manager for the 1871 Census project.

Guelph professor Richard Reid wholesale NBA jerseys publishes his new book Freedom for Themselves: Black North Carolina Soldiers and Their Families in the Civil War (Chapel Hill: University memcache of North Carolina Press).

Graeme Morton publishes Scotland is Britain: the Union and Unionist-Nationalism, 1807-1907 in the Journal of Irish and Scottish Studies, v1 n1 (2008), pp. 127-141.

Graeme Morton publishes The Moral Foundations of Constitutional Change in Canada and Scotland at the End of the Twentieth Century in the International Review of Scottish Studies, v 33, pp. 87-122

Guelph News professor Douglas McCalla publishes Economy and Empire: Britain and Canadian Development, 1783-1971 in Canada and the British Empire, edited by Phillip Buckner (Oxford University Press).

Guelph professor Douglas McCalla publishes Des Pays d’En Haut au Haut-Canada: la formation d’une économie de herramienta colonisation in Histoire, économie & société v28 n4, pp. 87-107.

Post-doctoral fellow Michelle Hamilton publishes Borders Within: First Nations and Anthropology in Victorian Ontario in Lines Drawn Upon the Water: The First Nations Experience in the Great Lakes Borderlands, ed. K. Hele (Kitchener: Wilfrid Laurier Press), Trufa 191-204.

Dr. Stuart McCook in History has published Chronicle of a plague foretold: crop wholesale MLB jerseys epidemics and the environmental history of coffee in the Americas in Dmitrija the journal Varia Historia (2008).

Guelph professor Kevin James publishes Outwork in Ireland: New Perspectives in Essays in Irish Labour History: A Festschrift for Elizabeth and John W. Boyle, ed F. Lane, F. Devine and N. Puirseil (Dublin: Irish Academic Press), 103-17.

Ian Keay of Queen’s University and Kris Inwood publish The Devil is in the Details: Assessing Early Industrial Performance across International Borders in Cliometrica v2 n2 (July lumikuuro 2008) pp.85-117.

Guelph faculty Catherine Carstairs and Norman Smith cheap MLB jerseys have cheap NFL jerseys published a special issue of the journal The Social History of Alcohol and Drugs with selected papers from a meeting hosted at Guelph last year.

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News from 2007

Post-doctoral fellow Michelle Hamilton publishes her ground-breaking article ‘Anyone Not on the List Might As Well Be Dead’: Aboriginal Peoples and the Censuses of Canada, 1851–1916 in the Journal of the Canadian Historical Association 18 (1): 57-79.

Asher Kirk-Elleker completes his History MA thesis in 2007 on the topic A Measure of Well-Being: An Anthropometric Study of Living Conditions in Canada at the wholesale nfl jerseys Turn of the cheap jerseys Twentieth Century. Asher is contributing to the construction of the 1891 census sample.

Guelph professor Kevin James publishes his definitive study Handloom Weavers in Ulster’s Linen Industry, 1815-1914 (Dublin: Four Courts Press).

John Cranfield and Kris Inwood publishes The Great Transformation: A Long-Run Perspective on Physical Well-Being in Canada in Economics and Human Biology v5 n2 (July 2007), pp. 204-228.

Guelph professor Richard Reid‘s article “Black Veterans in Post-Civil War North Carolina” has appeared in L.M. Loague and M. Barton, ed., The Civil War Veteran: A Historical Reader (New York: New York University Press).

Guelph professor wholesale jerseys John Cranfield releases his paper Factors Influencing the Body Mass Index of Adults in Canada as an Agricultural Policy Research Network report CMD-07-08.

Guelph professors Henry Thille and Kris Inwood, along with co-author Herb Emery from the University of Calgary, publish Hecksher-Ohlin in Canada: New Estimates of Regional Wages and Land Prices in the Australian Economic History Review v47 n1 (Feb. 2007), college pp. 22-48.

James Yool defends his Economics MA research paper An Anthropometric Study of the Standard of Living New and Degree of Marginality in Ontario and Quebec, 1870-1900.

Guelph professor wholesale jerseys China Femi Kolpao has released three books: The Aftermath of Slavery: Transitions and Transformations in Southeastern Nigeria (ed w Chima J Korieh, Trenton NJ: Africa World Press), African Agency and European Colonialism: Latitudes of Negotiations Peppers and Containment (ed w Kwabena O. Akurang-Parry, University Press of America) and The Aftermath of Slavery:Transitions and Transformations in Southeastern Nigeria (co-ed w Chima J Korieh, Trenton NJ: Africa cheap jerseys World Press).

An international workshop The Generation of Record Linkage from Systematic Sources Evcille?tirilmesi is held in Guelph March 5 and March 6.

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