Atlantic Canada Studies
SLAUNWHITE, Stefanie (2017), The intricacies of intergration: the case of Graham Creighton High School
HANRAHN, Amber, (2015), Atlantic Parlour Culture: Loci of Power
HUDAK, Magen Lilli, (2014), "Cow Bay's Ocean Playground": the shifting landscape of Silver Sands Beach, 1860s - present
MACDONALD, Carole E., (2014) The legacy of Gordon Sidney Harrington 1909-1925
SEWELL, Raymond Gilbert, (2014), Representing the Confederation Bridge
JOHNSON, Caitlin, (2013), Voices of the North Shore: The Lobster Fishery of Pictou County
SHEARS, Robert H.J., (2013), Examination of a Contested Landscape: Archaeological Prospection on the Eastern Shore of Nova Scotia.
BROWNLOW, Bridget E. (2012), Secularization, Co-education and Conflict Management at Saint Mary's University: 1967-1970.
HARRIS, Timothy, (2012), Toward a National Championship: Charlottetown Junior Hockey Development 1930-34.
TAYLOR, Aaron, (2012), French Vernacular Architecture in Pre-Deportation Acadia.
TAYLOR, Carolyn, (2012), "United We Stand, Divided We Fall?": Activism Among Aboriginal Women in Nova Scotia, 1970-1985.
BISHOP-GREENE, Colette M., (2011), Designating Heritage Buildings: An Evaluation of the Designation Criteria for the Halifax Regional Municipality.
GACHIRA, Peter, (2011), A Phenomenological Study of Selected International Student-Athletes at Saint Mary's University.
SIMPSON, Cynthia, (2011), The treatment of Halifax's poor house dead during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
WOODMAN, JESSICA, (2010), Radical Ambivalence in Atlantic Canadian Literature.
JESSOP, Pat, (2009), C. Anthony Law and 'An Artist's Paradise'.
CAMPBELL, Catherine Jennifer, (2008), Reading the Waves: Fluid Regionalism in Twentieth-Century Maritime Literature.
CORRA, Lisa, (2008), News to Make a Difference: The Environment and The 4th Estate, 1969-1977.
JONES, David R., (2008), Frontiers, Oceans and Coastal Cultures: A Preliminary Reconnaissance.
ANDERSON, Julielynne Marie, (2007), "Prosecuting vice; etc." Emma Stirling's Work for Children, Youth and Young Women, 1894-95.
CRAWFORD, Jennifer Elizabeth, (2007), Sex Cells: A postmodern feminist analysis of Nova Scotia's sex education curricula, 1970 and 2004.
FAWSON, F.J., (2006), Local Economies, Local Governance and Community: Defining Community in Nova Scotia.
FITZGERALD, Paul, (2006), This is the News: Donald Marshall, The Supreme Court and Troubles on the Water at Burnt Church.
NUDELL, Zoë, (2006), Colonization Embodied: Diabetes in Sheshatshiu.
BOUTILIER, Alex, (2005), The Citadel on Stage: The Rise and Decline of the Garrison Theatre in Halifax.
THOMSON, Joyce, (2005), My Heart has a Strange Courage: Challenging the Female Life-Course in Depression-Era Halifax.
GRAHAM, Glenn, (2004), Cape Breton Fiddle Music: The Making and Maintenance of a Tradition.
KHOLKHOEVA, Larissa, (2004), Literary Dialects in Frank Parker Day's Rockbound and Ernest Buckler's The Mountain and the Valley.
KIERANS, Kim, (2004), Endangered Weeklies: A Case Study of Three Maritime Weekly Newspapers.
LUDLOW, Peter, (2004), "Cautious but Willing": Archbishop James Morrison, Fourth Bishop of Antigonish.
THOMPSON, Peter, (2004), Perceptions of the Environment in Maritime Literature.
BISSON, Brooke, (2003), L'Union Fait la Force: Acadian Music as a Cultural Symbol and Unifying Factor.
COFFIN, Michelle, (2003), United They Stood, Divided They Didn't Fall: Culture and Politics in Mi'kmaq Nova Scotia, 1969-1988.
THOMPSON, Marie, (2003), The Fall and Rise of the Cape Breton Fiddler: 1955-1982.
BULLERWELL, Wendy, (2002), A Critical Examination of ArchWay - Nova Scotia's Database of Archival Descriptions.
MARSHALL, Fiona, (2002), Nova Scotia's Lightkeeping Heritage: An Assessment of the Life and Work of Evelyn Richardson.
ROBICHAUD, Ronald, (2002), Deportation Era Acadian Community Leaders: An Arrested Continuity.
STATES, David, (2002), Presence and Perseverance: Blacks in Hants County, Nova Scotia 1871-1914.
BEATON, Meaghan, (2001), The Canso Causeway: Regionalism, Reconstruction, Representations, and Results.
MOWATT-DENSMORE, Shaunna, (2001), "Sustainable Tourism for Small Towns in the Maritimes."
RICHARDSON, Judith, (2001), Shades of Grey: Shedding Light on Old Struggles and New Oppositions.
DODDS, Colin, (2000), The Cost of Crime in Nova Scotia.
MacCULLOCH, Carol, (2000), Institutionalizing Failure: The evolution of the workers' compensation system in Nova Scotia.
NICHOLSON, Andrew, (2000), Dreaming of "the Perfect City": The Halifax Civic Improvement League 1905-1949.
MacDONALD, Sharon, (1999), Hidden Costs, Hidden Labours: Women in Nova Scotia During Two World Wars.
HALLET, Megan, (1998), The Davison Family of Wallace and Pictou: A Case Study in Maritime Enterprise.
BERRY, Kimberly, (1997), "She's No Lady": The Experience and Expression of Gender Among Women Taxi Drivers.
DEMBLING, Jonathan, (1997), Joe Jimmy Alec Visits the Gaelic Mod and Escapes Unscathed: The Nova Scotia Gaelic Revivals.
MYERS, James, (1997), Hard Ball: The Cape Breton Colliery League 1936-1939.
POWERS, Timothy, (1997), Conscious Choice of Convenience: The Relocation of the Mushua Innu of Davis Inlet, Labrador.
RAFUSE, Nicole, (1997), Decoding the Life Lines of Almira Bell's 1833-1836 Diaries: Barrington, Nova Scotia.
FINNIGAN, Mary Frances, (1996) "To Live Somewhere Else": Migration and Cultural Identity in Alistair MacLeod's Fiction.
FISHER, Victor, (1996), Conservation, Recreation, Access, and Elitism: McNabs Island as a Case Study.
GABRIEL, Gerald, (1996), Towards a Community Approach to Tourism Development in Atlantic Canada.
HOOD, David, (1995), The Fiscal Legacy of School Reform in Victorian Halifax.
JOHNSTON, Ian, (1995), The Politics of the Link: An Examination of the Fixed Connection in Prince Edward Island.
LOUCKS, Laura, (1995), Coastal Community Based Decision-Making; Values for Sustainable Coastal Zone Management.
MacLEOD, Heather, (1995), Past Nature: Public Accounts of Nova Scotia's Landscape 1600-1900.
McGUIGAN, Peter, (1995), Cardinal James McGuigan: Tormented Prince of the Church.
McNUTT, Mitchell, (1995), The Ties that Bind: Land, Family and Community in Onslow Township 1760-1830.
THEISSEN, Andrew, (1995), G.I. Smith and Economic Development in Nova Scotia.
ARSENEAU, Catherine, (1994), The Origins and Early Development of the Nova Scotia Museum 1868-1940.
PITT, Anthony, (1994), Co-operative Housing: The Social Imperative.
SETTLE, Victor, (1994), Halifax Shipyards 1918-1978: An Historical Perspective.
ALLEN, Gillian, (1993), Laws, Logs and Lumber: A History of Forest Legislation in Nova Scotia.
CARLING, John, (1993), The Entrepreneurial Middle Class in Nova Scotia: An Economic and Social Profile.
GOODINE, Carol, (1993), The Origins of the Atlantic School of Theology.
INGALLS, Sharon, (1992), Distorted Images: Attitudes Towards the MicMac in Nova Scotia, 1788-1900.
JOHNSON, Eleanor, (1992), Mi'kmaq.
KRISTIANSEN, Erik, (1991), Time, Memory and Transformation: Representations of Development in the Nova Scotia Novel.
LATTA, Peter, (1991), A Labour Aristocracy: Skilled Labour in Amherst, Nova Scotia, 1891-1914.
SHARPE, Errol, (1991), From the Past to the Future: Rethinking Rural Society and Social Change.
TWOHIG, Peter, (1991), Health and the Health Care Delivery System: The MicMac in Nova Scotia.
WILLIAMS, Beverley, (1991), Leisure as a Contested Terrain in Late Nineteenth Century Halifax.
ALEXANDER, Laurie, (1989), An Interdisciplinary Approach to Maritime Women's Diaries: Laura Wood, Victoria Ross, L. M. Montgomery.
CAPLAN, Ronald, (1989), The Function of Narrative Obituary Verse in Northern Cape Breton, 1894-1902.
MORLEY, Fred, (1988), Contrasts in Growth and Development: New England Versus Atlantic Canada.
O'NEILL, Brian, (1988), The Myth and Reality of Offshore Oil and Gas Development: A Critical Inquiry into the Political Economy of Hydrocarbon Resource Development in the Offshore Regions of Newfoundland and Nova Scotia.
ARCHIBALD, Timothy, (1987), A Question of Staying or Leaving: Rural Decline in Guysborough County, 1881-1931.
SMITH, Michael, (1987), Female Reformers in Victorian Nova Scotia: Architects of a New Womanhood.
WRIGHT, Mary Ellen, (1987), The Response of Truro's Families to Economic and Social Change: A Nova Scotian Community, 1861-1891.
WHITE, Terrence, (1986), A Central Nova Scotian County and the Landward Pull: The Case of Colchester, 1867-1925.