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Introducing a new series coming soon to Canadian Historical Review University of Toronto Press, Journals and the editorial board of Canadian Historical Review are pleased to announce a new series coming in December 2011 to the Canadian Historical Review. A Life in History/ La vie d'historien In the new series, 'A Life in History', prominent members of the historical profession in Canada who have recently retired have been invited to reflect upon their very distinguished careers. Among other things, they have been asked to look back and consider what led them to become historians. They will also discuss the changes and continuities they have witnessed over the years in their respective fields and offer readers their assessment of the present 'state of things.' This new series will be a regular feature of CHR and will interest a wide group of readers and lead to a creative and stimulating dialogue about the practice of Canadian history, both within and outside of the academy. The first articles in this informative new series - "Is History Another Word For Experience? Morton's Confessions" by Desmond Morton and "It was all about me: Making History Relevant" by Margaret Conrad - will be published in CHR 92.4 December 2011. __________________________________________ The Canadian Historical Review Offering a comprehensive analysis on the events that have shaped Canada into its current state, The Canadian Historical Review is a benchmark in the exploration of Canadian society and its institutions. Each issue contains a series of insightful articles which examine Canadian history from both a multicultural and multidisciplinary perspective, along with in-depth reviews of books that are of importance to all those interested in Canadian history. With its wide-ranging study of Canadian history from its varying perspectives, the Canadian Historical Review is a necessary tool in the study of one of the quiet makers of twentieth century history. With works dating back to 1897, Canadian Historical Review Online is an incredible resource that addresses the research needs of contemporary historians, professors, and students worldwide. CHR Online is a comprehensive, fully searchable archive of Canadian history,including thousands of articles, reviews, and commentaries written by some of Canada's most influential historians. For more information on CHR or for submissions information, please contact Canadian Historical Review University of Toronto Press - Journals Division 5201 Dufferin St., Toronto, ON Canada M3H 5T8 Tel: (416) 667-7810 Fax: (416) 667-7881 Fax Toll Free in North America 1-800-221-9985 email: email@example.com www.utpjournals.com/ch UTP Journals on Facebook www.facebook.com/utpjournals and Twitter www.twitter.com/utpjournals Join us for advance notice of tables of contents of forthcoming issues, author and editor commentaries and insights, calls for papers and advice on publishing in our journals. Become a fan and receive free access to articles weekly through UTPJournals focus.