Newfoundland and Labrador Studies

Volume 31, Number 1

SPRING 2016

CONTENTS

The Transculturized Self: Charles O’Neill Conroy’s Peruvian Education
ALBERT BRAZ

“a terrain of jagged, fearful aspect”: Reconsidering Patrick Kavanagh’s Gaff Topsails
PAUL CHAFE

William Eppes Cormack (1796–1868): A Biographical Account of the Early Years
INGEBORG MARSHALL and ALAN G. MACPHERSON

A Reconsideration of Surveillance in Michael Winter’s This All Happened: What Actually Happened?
THOMAS HALFORD

The Whaling Station at Hawke Harbour, Labrador: A Case Study in the Unsustainable Exploitation of Marine Natural Resources
ANTHONY B. DICKINSON and CHESLEY W. SANGER

DOCUMENT

Governor Sir Humphrey Walwyn’s Account of His Meetings with Churchill and Roosevelt, Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, August 1941
MELVIN BAKER and PETER NEARY

REVIEW ESSAY

Unchanging Verities: Studies of Newfoundland Politics, 1949–2015
EDWARD ROBERTS

BOOK REVIEWS

Raymond B. Blake. Lions or Jellyfish: Newfoundland–Ottawa Relations Since 1957
DOUGLAS BROWN

María Jesús Hernáez Lerena, ed. Pathways of Creativity in Contemporary Newfoundland and Labrador
HERB WYILE

James McLeod. Turmoil, as Usual: Politics in Newfoundland and Labrador and the Road to the 2015 Election
ALEX MARLAND