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  • Popular Pedagogy in Canadian Television: A Feminist Critical Discourse Analysis of Trailer Park Boys 

    Haddow, Andrew
    This major research paper studied the representations of masculinity in the Canadian television program Trailer Park Boys from the perspective of public pedagogy and education. Motivated by a desire to expose how patriarchal ...
  • Field family fonds, 1803-1846 

    Cameron, Chantal (2017-01-18)
    Fonds contains material about the Field family. Most of the material concerns Charles Field(s) and consists of correspondence and legal documents. A land deed for the purchase of land in Grimsby by Ralph Field (son of ...
  • Finding Aid - Robert George Malcomson Papers, 1790s-2009 (non-inclusive) 

    Unknown author ()
    Materials related to military and naval operations of the 1812 era, research of the late Robert Malcomson, Canadian author and historian. Materials include photocopies of materials relating to the War of 1812, photographs ...
  • Finding Aid - Dr. Frederick C. Drake Papers 

    Unknown author ()
    Materials related to military operations of the 1812-era, research of the late Dr. Frederick C. Drake, of the History Department at Brock University. Original folder titles, pertaining to an institutions call numbers, ...
  • Finding Aid - Sir Isaac Brock Facial Reconstruction Project, n.d. 

    Unknown author ()
    A series of 8 sketches from the Sir Isaac Brock Facial Reconstruction Project - These include: Tracing of Gerrit Schipper miniature portrait The craniolateral view of average Caucasian male skull Craniolateral view ...

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