International Themes and Issues


The Canadian Historical Association is the editor of this new series. Each volume will be a concise, focused, comprehensive overview of a topic or issue that is of international significance and broad interest in the study of history. Rather than coming from a single national viewpoint, the approach is comparative. The series editor is Beverly Lemire.
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Building Better Britains?: Settler Societies in the British World, 1783-1920
Building Better Britains?: Settler Societies in the British World, 1783-1920
By Cecilia Morgan
This concise text explores the spread of settler colonies within the British Empire over the course of the nineteenth century, specifically those in New Zealand, Canada, South Africa, and Australia.
Published Sep 2016
Shaping the New World: African Slavery in the Americas, 1500-1888
Shaping the New World: African Slavery in the Americas, 1500-1888
By Eric Nellis
Shaping the New World introduces students to the origins, growth, and consolidation of African slavery in the Americas and race-based slavery's impact on the economic, social, and cultural development of the New World.
Published Jul 2013
The Shock of War: Civilian Experiences, 1937-1945
The Shock of War: Civilian Experiences, 1937-1945
By Sean Kennedy
In The Shock of War: Civilian Experiences, 1937-1945, Sean Kennedy shifts the reader's focus from the battlefields of the Second World War to the civilian experience.
Published Apr 2011
A World Beyond Borders: An Introduction to the History of International Organizations
A World Beyond Borders: An Introduction to the History of International Organizations
By David MacKenzie
This short and well-written overview provides essential information on the history of international organizations (IOs), with particular focus on the League of Nations, the development of the United Nations, and the UN system.
Published Nov 2010