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Bothwell, Robert (Selkirk)

BOTHWELL, Robert (Selkirk)

BOTHWELL, Robert (Selkirk). Canadian, b. 1944. Genres: History, Biography. Career: University of Toronto, ON, Canada, lecturer, 1970-72, assistant professor, 1972-75, associate professor, 1975-81, professor of history, 1981-, member of executive committee of Trinity College, 1988-90; CJRT-FM, Toronto, academic broadcaster, 1989-99. Publications: (with B. Alexandrin) A Bibliography of the Material Culture of New France, 1970; (with Hillmer) Canada's Foreign Policy, 1919-1939, 1978; Pearson: His Life and World (biography), 1978; (with W. Kilbourn) C.D. Howe: A Biography, 1979; (with I. Drummond and J. English) Canada since 1945: Power, Politics, and Provincialism, 1981, rev. ed., 1989; Eldorado: Canada's National Uranium Company, 1984; (with D.J. Bercuson and J.L. Granatstein) The Great Brain Robbery: The Decline of Canada's Universities, 1984; A Short History of Ontario, 1986; (with Drummond and English) Canada, 1900-1945, 1987; Years of Victory, 1987; Loring Christie: The Failure of Bureaucratic Imperialism, 1988; Nucleus: This History of Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, 1988; (with Granatstein) Pirouette: Pierre Trudeau and Canadian Foreign Policy, 1990; Laying the Foundations, 1991; Canada and the United States: The Politics of Partnership, 1992; Canada and Quebec, 1995, rev. ed, 1998; The Big Chill: Canada and the Cold War, 1998; Traveller's History of Canada, 2001. EDITOR: (with M. Cross) Policy by Other Means, 1972; (with N. Hillmer) The In-Between Time, 1975. Address: International Relations Program, Trinity College, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada M5S 1H8. Online address: [email protected]

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