Feminism and the Making of Canada: Historical Reflections/Le féminisme et le façonnement du Canada: Réflexions sur l'histoire

  • Magda Fahrni Magda Fahrni, Université du Québec à Montréal, is the author of Household Politics: Montreal Families and Postwar Reconstruction (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, forthcoming 2005).
  • Suzanne Morton Suzanne Morton is a member of the history department at McGill University where she teaches Canadian gender and social history. Her current work explores the development of twentieth century welfare services through the career of social worker Jane B Wisdom.
  • Joan Sangster Joan Sangster teaches working-class and women's history at Trent University, where she is director of the Frost Centre for Canadian Studies and Native Studies. She is currently researching a book on women and wage labour in the post World War II period.
Published
2012-03-01
Section
Original Research