2010 Historical Papers (eds. Brian Gobbett, Bruce L. Guenther, Robynne Rogers Healey)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

PAPERS
PANEL DISCUSSION: The Cleric in Recent Fiction
CSCH PRESIDENT’S ADDRESS

 
Please Note
The following papers were presented to the Canadian Society of Church History in 2010, but were not made available for publication: Bruce Douville, “‘We’re Pushers of Christ’: Yorkville as a Mission Field, 1966-1971”; Chris Miller, “‘We are Christians and we are citizens’: Negotiating the Boundaries of Religious Identity within the United Church of Canada’s China Campaign, 1968-1969”; Marlene Epp, “Recipes for Religion: Foodways, Cookbooks and Mennonite Identity”; Barbara Murison, “‘Shaped by their Scottish education’: Enlightenment, Evangelicalism and the Ministers of Early Nova Scotia”; Robert Dennis, “Faith on the Prairies: Roman Catholic Engagement with the CCF during the 1930s and 1940s”; Richard Allen, “‘God’s truth comes to us in fragments’: Salem Bland and the Stormy Passage of a Liberating Mind, 1903-1950”; Andrew Eason, “A Cradle of Empire? The Salvation Army and Imperialism, 1878-1914”; Richard Enns, “‘Then shall the wilderness be glad and blossom as the rose’: Presbyterian Hopes for Indian Education at Regina, 1891-1910”; Rhonda Semple, “Connecting Through Disconnections: Cultural and Religious Meanings in London Missionary Society Work in Almora, UP, India”; Robynne Rogers Healey, “‘I am getting a considerable of a Canadian they tell me’: Connected Understandings in the Nineteenth-Century Quaker Atlantic”; James Tyler Robertson, McMaster University, “Band of Brothers: Connection and Tension within Methodism during the War of 1812”; Susan Fitzpatrick-Behrens, “Cross-Cultural Catholic Cooperative Development: From Antigonish to Guatemala”; Catherine LeGrand, “Development, Liberation Theology and the Peasant Movement for Agrarian Reform: Quebec Catholic Missionaries in Honduras, 1955-1975”; Ruth Compton Brouwer, “‘Reason over Passion’: CUSO’s Divided Response to the Nigerian Civil War, 1967-1970”; and Donna Kerfoot, “Caroline Fry: A Practical Theology of the Sacraments.”

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