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Volume 36, Number 2 (2021)

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Contents

Articles

“Spectacles of Degeneracy:” Unpacking Evidence for Historical Sex Work in St. John’s, Newfoundland
Johanna Cole, Madeleine Mant

Post-Confederation Newfoundland(er) Identity, 1949–1991
Shannon Conway

Research Note

The First Civilian Hospital in St. John’s: Riverhead Hospital, 1814–1888
Melissa McDonald

Documents

Governor Sir Humphrey Walwyn on United States Bases in Newfoundland, 15 October 1945
Melvin Baker, Peter Neary

Book Reviews

George Elliott Clarke. The Quest for a “National” Nationalism: E.J. Pratt’s Epic Ambition, “Race” Consciousness, and the Contradictions of Canadian Identity.
Tony Fabijančić

Ursula A. Kelly. The Foresters’ Scribe: Remembering the Newfoundland Forestry Companies through the First World War Letters of Regimental Quartermaster Sergeant John A. Barrett.
Jenny Higgins

Gemma Hickey. Almost Feral.
Craig Jennex

Bonnie Morgan. Ordinary Saints: Women, Work, and Faith in Newfoundland.
Lynne Marks

Keith Mercer. Rough Justice: Policing, Crime, and the Origins of the Newfoundland Constabulary.
Greg Marquis

Performance/Film/Exhibition Reviews

Perchance Theatre. The Power of One. Danielle Irvine, artistic director. 
Tracy O’Brien

Little Orphans. Directed by Ruth Lawrence; written by Emily Bridger; produced by Jennifer Hawley, Sherry White. Imagine That Productions. 
Jamie Skidmore