Newfoundland and Labrador Studies

Volume 31, Number 2

FALL 2016

CONTENTS

The Reconstruction of the Vessel Indeavour
ROBERT HALLIDAY

“The best stories . . . we’ve known the end from the beginning”: Lisa Moore’s Caught and the Rise of the Surveillance Society
HERB WYILE

Démographie de l’île de Miquelon 1816-1850
NICOLAS LANDRY

RESEARCH NOTE
lities: Theorizing Life Writing at the Confluence of Decolonial and Post-Colonial Approaches in Newfoundland and Labrador
VICKI HALLETT

DOCUMENT
A Harvard Economist’s Advice to Smallwood: A Letter from Raymond Vernon, 1964
JEFF A. WEBB and JAMES P. FEEHAN

REVIEW ESSAY
Wonderful things girls do to guys, Deodorant, face scrubs, and dyes, And “hexagonal calcite eyes”?: A Review Essay of Three Poetry Collections (and the Preoccupations of Male Poets?)
PAUL CHAFE

EXHIBIT REVIEW

“Beaumont-Hamel and the Trail of the Caribou: Newfoundlanders and Labradorians at War and at Home 1914–1949.” The Rooms.
JAMES E. CANDOW

BOOK REVIEWS
Patrick Warner. One Hit Wonders.
FRANCESCA BOSCHETTI

Lisa Moore. Flannery.
CHERYL COWDY

George Murray. Wow Wow and Haw Haw. Illus. Michael Pittman.
MELANIE HURLEY

Mary Dalton. Edge: Essays, Reviews, Interviews.
ROBERT MCGILL

Phillip McCann. Island and Empire: Education, Religion, and Social Life in Newfoundland, 1800–1855.
TERRY MURPHY