24 September 2008

MA theses and PhD dissertations - part 23

More results from the Library and Archives Canada theses portal - MAs and PhDs with specific reference to Canadian military history (some have direct links to their PDFed versions):
Craig Chouinard, "Shipyard Struggles: The Origins of the Maritime Marine Worker's Federation in Saint John, N.B., 1939-1947", MA thesis, University of New Brunswick, 1995;
Charles Alexander Cotton, "The Divided Army: Role Orientations among Canada's Peacetime Soldiers", PhD thesis, Carleton University, 1980;
Jérôme Coutard, "Des valeurs en guerre : presse, propaganda et culture de guerre au Québec, 1914-1918", PhD thèse, Université Laval, 1999;
Deborah Emily Cowen, "Welfare Warriors: Genealogies and Geographies of the Soldier and Social Citizenship in Canada", PhD dissertation, University of Toronto, 2005;
James Samuel Cox, "The Transformation of Canadian Defence Intelligence since the End of the Cold War", MA thesis, Royal Military College of Canada, 2004;
John E. Craig, "Public Opinion in Manitoba and the Approach to War, 1931-1939", MA thesis, University of Toronto, 1952;
Craig McLeod Frank Jones, "Canada in United States Strategy: Canada's Alliance Participation in NATO & NORAD from 1945 to the 1987 White Paper", MA thesis, Queen's University, 1987;
Craig Leslie Mantle, "Bagpipes and limestone: The History of the 253rd Battalion, Queen's University Highlanders, C.E.F.", MA thesis, Queen's University, 2002;
Craig Maskill, "Where one Scot comes, others soon follow: The 42nd Royal Highland Regiment (Black Watch) and the Settlement of the Nashwaak River Valley, 1783-1823", MA thesis, University of New Brunswick, 1999; and
Craig Irwin Stevenson, "Those now at war are our friends and neighbours: The Views of Evangelical Editors in British North America toward the American Civil War, 1861-1865", MA thesis, Queen's University, 1997.

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