13 April 2008

MA theses and PhD dissertations - part 6

I've just been digging around the Library and Archives Canada theses portal lately, and came up with the following MAs and PhDs with specific reference to Canadian military history (some have direct links to their PDFed versions):

Robert Douglas Allin, "Implementing NORAD, 1956-1962: The Bureaucratic Tug of War for Access and Influence", MA thesis, Carleton University, 1998 [direct PDF link];

Eric Amyot, "La bataille pour le Québec : Vichy, la France libre et les Canadiens français, 1940-1945", PhD dissertation, McGill University, 1998 [direct PDF link];

Murray E. Angus, "Living in the world of the tiger: The Methodist and Presbyterian Churches in Nova Scotia and the Great War, 1914-1918", MA thesis, Dalhousie University, 1993;

Peter Michael Archambault, "Mutiny and the Imperial Tradition: The Canadian Naval Mutinies of 1949 and the Experience of Mutiny in the Royal Navy"; MA thesis, University of New Brunswick, 1992;

Martha Armstrong, "A Tale of Two Videos: Media Event, Moral Panic and the Canadian Airborne Regiment"; MA thesis, McGill University, 1998 [direct PDF link];

Monique Audet, "Les dépenses militaires au Canada, 1937-1978", MSc thèse, Université du Québec à Montréal, 1981;

Martin F. Auger, "Prisoners of the Home Front: A Social Study of the German Internment Camps of Southern Quebec, 1940-1946", MA thesis, University of Ottawa, 2000 [direct PDF link];

Arnaud Balvay, "L'epée et la plume : amérindiens et soldats des troupes de la Marine en Louisiane et au Pays d'en Haut (1683-1763)", PhD thèse, Université Laval, 2004;

Dean Andrew Chappelle, "The most brilliant of successes: The Planning and Implementation of the Battle of Amiens, 8-11 August, 1918", MA thesis, University of New Brunswick, 1992;

Andrew B. Godefroy, "Defence and Discovery: Science, National Security, and the Origins of the Canadian Rocket and Space Program, 1945-1974", PhD dissertation, Royal Military College of Canada, 2004;

Robert James Allen Harding, "Glorious Tragedy: Newfoundland's Cultural Memory of the Battle of Beaumont Hamel, 1916-1949", MA thesis, Dalhousie University, 2004;

William Anthony March, "The Evolution of a College: HMCS Royal Roads, 1940-1948", MA thesis, University of Victoria, 1993;

Andrea Lee McIntosh, "...and the equivalent for women: Constructing the Gender of the Female Combat Arms Officer", MA thesis, York University, 1993;

Andrew Peter Podolsky, "Site of Imagination: The Fortress at Louisbourg and Stories of Empire", PhD dissertation, Northwestern University, 1998;

Brian Andrew Rafuse, "A small place, wretchedly fortified: Annapolis Royal in the Early British Period, 1710-1749", MA thesis, Queen's University, 1983;

Julie Anne Redstone-Lewis, "The Creation of the Women's Royal Canadian Naval Service and its Role in Canadian Naval Intelligence and Communications, 1939-1945", MA thesis, Wilfrid Laurier University, 2007;

Roy Rempel, "Searching for a Counterweight: Canadian-German Defence and Security Policy Relations and Cooperation in the Cold War Era", PhD dissertation, Queen's University, 1993;

Andrew Richter, "The Evolution and Development of Strategic Thinking at the Department of National Defence, 1950-1963", PhD dissertation, York University, 1998 [direct PDF link];

Robert Allen Rutherdale, "The Home Front: Consensus and Conflict in Lethbridge, Guelph and Trois-Rivières during the Great War", PhD dissertation, York University, 1995; and

David Allan Wilson, "The Development of Tank-Infantry Co-Operation Doctrine in the Canadian Army for the Normandy Campaign of 1944", MA thesis, University of New Brunswick, 1992.

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