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Contributors include Brigitte Caulier (Laval), Nancy Christie (Trent), Kenneth Draper (Alliance University College, Calgary), Jean-Marie Fecteau (Quebec a Montreal), Michael Gauvreau (McMaster), Ollivier Hubert (Montreal), Christine Hudon (Sherbrooke), Hannah Lane (New Brunswick), Roberto Perin (York), Gilles Routhier (Laval), and Eric Vaillancourt (Quebec a Montreal)
A social history of Protestantism and Catholicism in Canada since 1800
Michael Gauvreau is professor of history, McMaster University, and the author and editor of numerous works, including Mapping the Margins: The Family and Social Discipline in Canada and The Catholic Origins of the Quiet Revolution. Ollivier Hubert is a
"Gauvreau and Hubert masterfully introduce a collection that places Canada in the midst of new methods, theories, and understandings of Christianity in modern societies. This volume demonstrates both the diversity of ways in which religion found purpose in people's lives and locates the nation in a wider international scholarship on religion." Callum G. Brown, University of Dundee