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War Memories explores the patchwork formed by collective memory public remembrance private recollection and the ways in which they form a com- plex composition of observations initiatives and experiences. Offering an international perspective on war commemoration contribu- tors consider the process of assembling historical facts and subjective experi- ences to show how these points of view diverge according to various social cultural political and historical perspectives. Encompassing the representa- tions of wars in the English-speaking world over the last hundred years this collection presents an extensive yet integrated reection on various types of commemoration and interpretations of events. Essays respond to common questions regarding war memory how and why do we remember war What does commemoration tell us about the actors in wars How does commemoration reect contemporary societys culture of war War Memories disseminates current knowledge on the performance interpretation and rewriting of facts and events during and after wars while focusing on how patriotic fervour resistance conscientious objection injury trauma and propaganda contribute to the shaping of individual and collective memory. Stphanie A.H. Blanger is associate professor at the Royal Military College of Canada and co-editor of Military Operations and the Mind War Ethics and Soldiers Well-Being. Rene Dickason is professor of British cultural and media history at Rennes 2 University. Joe Clark statesman businessman writer and politician served as the sixteenth prime minister of Canada from 4 June 1979 to 3 March 1980. Despite his relative inexperience Clark rose quickly in federal politics gain- ing a seat in the House of Commons in the 1972 election and winning the leadership of the Progressive Conservative Party only four years later. This volume collects a number of signicant speeches from Joe Clarks illustrious career in Parliament. It captures over forty years of his public service from when he was a rookie member of Parliament to his time as the prime minister a cabinet minister and the senior statesman of the House of Commons. His speeches are arranged in thematic areas such as parliamen- tary accountability foreign affairs constitutional debates and the economy. Insightful and wide-ranging A Man of Parliament demonstrates that Joe Clarks inuence on Parliament continues to shape contemporary policy debates. Jonathan Rose is associate professor of political studies at Queens University. Hugh Mellon 19562014 was associate professor of political science at the University of Western Ontario. 3 3 M Q U P F A L L 2 0 1 6 S P E C I F I C AT I O N S February 2017 978-0-7735-4794-0 37.95A CDN 37.95A US 28.99 paper 978-0-7735-4793-3 125.00S CDN 125.00S US 96.00 cloth 6 x 9 576pp 6 photos Ebook available M I L I TA R Y S T U D I E S P O L I T I C A L S C I E N C E War Memories Commemoration Recollections and Writings on War edited by stphanie a.h. blanger and rene dickason Shaping individual and collective war memories through the art of commemoration. S P E C I F I C AT I O N S Queens Policy Studies Series School of Policy Studies September 2016 978-1-55339-516-4 39.95A CDN 39.95A US 30.99 paper 6 x 9 256pp Ebook available A Man of Parliament Selected Speeches from Joe Clark edited by jonathan rose and hugh mellon An anthology of poignant and important speeches from Canadas sixteenth prime minister. P O L I T I C A L S C I E N C E P O L I C Y S T U D I E S