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New volume of London Journal of Canadian Studies available online

Alison Major

The new issue of the London Journal of Canadian Studies is available as a free open access download from UCL Press, the UK's first fully-open access university press. 

Published by UCL Press, The LJCS is an interdisciplinary journal specialising in Canadian history, politics and society and has been published annually since 1984. Many leading UK Canadianists have been associated with it during its 30-year history. 

Each volume of the LJCS is officially published in November (although articles may appear on-line before then). Volumes of the LJCS are all themed issues, with each volume consisting of at least five refereed articles addressing a topic of interest to Canadians, Canadianists and anyone with a general interest in Canada. 




pp. 1-5(5) 
Authors: MacDonald, Edward; Reid, John G.; Summerby-Murray, Robert

From Universal to Regional: Theoretical Perspectives on Regeneration and Heritage 
pp. 6-16(11) 
Authors: Williams, Michael; Humphrys, Graham

Reconstructing Heritage and Cultural Identity in Marginalised and Hinterland Communities: Case Studies from Western Newfoundland 
pp. 17-38(22) 
Author: Baehre, Rainer

Travelling in Time to Cape Breton Island in the 1920s: Protest Songs, Murals and Island Identity 
pp. 39-63(25) 
Authors: MacKinnon, Richard; MacKinnon, Lachlan

Regenerating Cultural Identity through Industrial Heritage Tourism: Visitor Attitudes, Entertainment and the Search for Authenticity at Mills, Mines and Museums of Maritime Canada 
pp. 64-89(26) 
Author: Summerby-Murray, Robert

Come Hell or High Water: Identity and Resilience in a Mining Town 
pp. 90-109(20) 
Author: Skeard, Janelle