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Reviews the book "The Science of Human Diversity: A History of the Pioneer Fund" by Richard Lynn.
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The Societe Medico-Psychologique, which emerged in 1852 under the Second Empire, served as a means of professional identity for asylum psychiatry. It was the first alienist learned society in French history and psychiatry's first attempt at association. Designed as a medical specialist organization,...
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This article first considers the significance of historical experience in academic studies, including postcolonial studies, concluding with Jane M. Jacobs that “the structures of power that gave rise to empire live on in a more disorganised fashion.” They live on in an organized way, too, in tha...
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In the winter of 1866 Prince Edward Island was swept by rumours of an attack by the Fenian Brotherhood, Irish American rebels intent on using an invasion of British North America to loosen Britain's hold on Ireland. Unlike other parts of British North America, the handling of the Fenian Scare o...
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Discusses debates on the rights of women in the 1790's in England, contrasting the positions of radicals and conservatives. In the use of political concepts such as liberty, equality, and rights applied to women, each side defined these terms on the basis of their own presuppositions. For radicals, ...
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Rev. of From white Australia to Woomera: the story of Australian immigration, by James Jupp
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Rev. of Wandering back: a history of Dock, Hills River, Mill River, Rosebank, by The Three Rivers Historical Society, and By the Old Mill Stream: history of Wellington, 1833-1983, by the Wellington Senior Citizen's Committee
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