An invaluable writing guide that ensures Canadian students master the best current practices in historical research and writing
Thoroughly revised and updated, the fifth Canadian edition of Writing History continues to provide history students with the most current and important information available on researching and writing history assignments, including article reviews, journal responses, proposals, document analysis, and historical research papers.
William Kelleher Storey is a professor in the Department of History at Millsaps College in Jackson, MS. His principle research interests are the environmental and technological aspects of imperialism. Professor Storey has been recognized by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, and he has also won the Millsaps Distinguished Professor Award and the Mississippi Humanities Council Teacher Award.
Mairi Cowan is an associate professor, teaching stream, in the Department of Historical Studies at the University of Toronto Mississauga, where she currently serves as the program director of history. She is a historian of the late medieval and early modern world, with a particular interest in the social and religious histories of Scotland and New France. As a teaching-stream professor, she also conducts research on how best to teach and learn history, and has recently begun a new project that investigates the effectiveness of different kinds of feedback on students' work.
*Note: reviews are for the fourth Canadian edition
"[A]n intelligent, thoroughly thought-out, and very useful guide." --Mark G. Spencer, Brock University
"Very readable. . . . The text itself is an example of good writing style, with clarity of argument, plenty of clear examples, and good advice." --Gary K. Waite, University of New Brunswick