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Liberalism and hegemony : debating the Canadian liberal revolution

Author: Jean-François Constant; Michel Ducharme
Publisher: Toronto : University of Toronto Press, ©2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"In 2000, Ian McKay, a highly respected historian at Queen's University, published an article in the Canadian Historical Review entitled "The Liberal Order Framework: A Prospectus for a Reconnaissance of Canadian History." Written to address a crisis in Canadian history, this detailed, programmatic, and well-argued article had an immediate impact on the field. Proposing that Canadian history should be mapped through
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jean-François Constant; Michel Ducharme
ISBN: 9780802098825 0802098827 9780802095893 0802095895
OCLC Number: 1044191036
Description: vi, 473 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: A project of rule called Canada --
The Liberal Order Framework and historical practice / Michel Ducharme and Jean-François Constant --
'The Liberal Order Framework: A propectus for a reconnaissance of Canadian history', reproduction of Canadian Historical Review 81 (2002): 617-45 / Ian McKay --
In hope and fear: Intellectual history, liberalism, and the Liberal Order Framework / Jerry Bannister --
Rights talk and the Liberal Order Framework / E.A. Heaman --
After 'Canada': Liberalisms, Social Theory, and Historical Analysis / Bruce Curtis --
The Municipal Territory: A product of the Liberal Order? / Michèle Dagenais --
The Nature of the Liberal Order: State formation, Conservation, and the Government of Non-Humans in Canada / Stephane Castonguay and Darin Kinsey --
Missing Canadians: Reclaiming the A-Liberal past / R.W. Sandwell --
Women, Racialized people, and the making of the Liberal Order in Northern North America / Adele Perry --
A Persistent antagonism: First Nations and the Liberal Order / Robin Jarvis Brownlie --
'Variants of Liberalism' and the Liberal Order Framework in British Columbia / Robert McDonald --
Canada as a Long Liberal Revolution: On Writing the history of Actually Existing Canadian Liberalisms, 1840s-1940s / Ian McKay
Responsibility: edited by Jean-Francois Constant and Michel Ducharme.

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"In 2000, Ian McKay, a highly respected historian at Queen's University, published an article in the Canadian Historical Review entitled "The Liberal Order Framework: A Prospectus for a Reconnaissance of Canadian History." Written to address a crisis in Canadian history, this detailed, programmatic, and well-argued article had an immediate impact on the field. Proposing that Canadian history should be mapped through a process of reconnaisance, and that the Canadian state should be understood as a project of liberal rule in North America, the essay prompted debate immediately upon publication. Liberalism and Hegemony assembles some of Canada's finest historians to continue the debate sparked by McKay's essay.

The essays collected here explore the possibilities and limits presented by "The Liberal Order Framework" for various segments of Canadian history, and within them, the paramount influence of liberalism throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries is debated in the context of aboriginal history, environmental history, the history of the family, the development of political thought and ideas, and municipal governance.

Like McKay's "The Liberal Order Framework," which is included in this volume with a response to recent criticism, Liberalism and Hegemony is a fascinating foray into current historical thought and provides the historical community with a book that will act both as a reference and a guide for future research."--pub. desc.

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