The Spring 2022 issue of Historical Studies in Education/Revuew d’histoire de l’éducation is now online! Le numéro du printemps 2022 est disponible!

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Marie-Hélène Brunet, Message from the Editor 34.1




Eric Farr, “Were It Not for the Spirit of the Boys…There Would Have Been No Story”: Memory and Childhood in Residential School Narratives


Brianna Lafoon, “What Porto Rico Can Do for the United States”: The Imperial Roots of the School Survey and Statistics Movement in the United States, 1898-1915


Rebecca Faye Ralph, “Neither Unimportant nor Uninstructive”: An Examination of the Socio-Political Context and Content of Rev. Moses Harvey’s 1885 Newfoundland History Textbook for Schools


Book Reviews

James A. Onusko, Boom Kids: Growing Up in the Calgary Suburbs, 1950-1970 | Tarah Brookfield

Carl E. James, ed., Colour Matters: Essays on the Experiences, Education, and Pursuits of Black Youth | Alana Butler

Jose Cole, Hall-Dennis and The Road to Utopia: Education and Modernity in Ontario | Rose Fine-Meyer

Jill Pellew and Miles Taylor, eds., Utopian Universities: A Global History of the New Campuses of the 1960s | Glen A. Jones

Allyson D. Stevenson, Intimate Integration: A History of the Sixties Scoop and the Colonization of Indigenous Kinship | Lynn Lemisko

Survivors of the Assiniboia Indian Residential School and Andrew Woolford, eds., Did You See Us? Reunion, Remembrance, and Reclamation at an Urban Indian Residential School | Jackson Pind

Leslie A. Boehm, Toward the Health of a Nation: The Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation – The First Seventy Years | Peter L. Twohig

Martyn Lyons, The Typewriter Century: A Cultural History of Writing Practices | Julie Zatzman

Nicolas Landry, Marie-Esther Robichaud. Une éducatrice acadienne et son temps, 1929-1964 | Marc Lavoie

Olivier Lemieux, Genèse et legs des controverses lieés aux programmes d’histoire du Québec (1961-2013) | Laurie Pageau