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Alvin Finkel

Alvin Finkel has taught Canadian history at Athabasca University since 1978. His main areas of research and teaching are the history of social policy, labour history, and Western Canadian history. Best known for his co-authorship with Margaret Conrad of the two-volume History of the Canadian Peoples, his other publications include The Social Credit Phenomenon in Alberta and Our Lives: Canada after 1945. His latest book is Social Policy and Practice in Canada: A History.

Books by Alvin Finkel

Compassion

A Global History of Social Policy

by (author) Alvin Finkel

The Frontier of Patriotism

Alberta and the First World War

edited by Adriana A. Davies & Jeff Keshen
contributions by David Borys, Juliette Champagne, Brett Clifton, Catherine C. Cole, Rory Cory, Duff Crerar, Michael Dawe, L. James Dempsey, Antonella Fanella, Alvin Finkel, Ryan Flavelle, David Gallant, Stephen Greenhalgh, Jarett Henderson, Mark Osborne Humphries, Chris Hyland, Kathryn Ivany, Allan Kerr, Norman Knowles, J. Whitney Lackenbauer, Robert Lampard, Michale Lang, Kassandra Luciuk, Rod McLeod, John Matthews, Peter McKenzie-Brown, Sean Moir, Patricia Myers, Allan Rowe, Robert Rutherdale, Amy Shaw, Donald J. Smith, Paul Stortz, Doug Styles, Ken Tingley, Aritha van Herk, Donald G. Wetherell & Anthony Worman

Social Policy and Practice in Canada

A History

by (author) Alvin Finkel

Our Lives

Canada after 1945

by (author) Alvin Finkel

Working People in Alberta

A History

edited by Alvin Finkel

The Chamberlain-Hitler Collusion

by (author) Alvin Finkel & Clement Leibovitz
introduction by Christopher Hitchens

The West and Beyond

New Perspectives on an Imagined Region

edited by Alvin Finkel, Sarah Carter & Peter Fortna

The The West and Beyond

New Perspectives on an Imagined Region

edited by Alvin Finkel, Sarah Carter & Peter Fortna

Our Lives: Canada after 1945

First Edition

by (author) Alvin Finkel

The Social Credit Phenomenon

by (author) Alvin Finkel

Business and Social Reform in the Thirties

by (author) Alvin Finkel