Two New History Articles
The latest issue of The Nashwaak Review (Vol. 28/29), contains two articles of mine. One is “The Overlooked Importance of the Turning Points Before Québec, 1759” and the other is “Thinking green (and not) in 18th-Century Louisbourg”. Both started out as conference papers; the first given in London in 2009 and the second in Québec in 2008.
Stewart Donovan, editor of The Nashwaak Review, has made both of those pieces, and others by other authors, available as pdfs on the journal’s web site. Here’s the link.