Margaret Conrad is a professor emerita in history at the University of New Brunswick. Her recent publications include A Concise History of Canada (Cambridge University Press, 2012) and, with others, Canadians and Their Pasts (University of Toronto Press, 2013), an exploration of how Canadians engage history in their everyday lives.
Articles by Margaret Conrad
- Atlantic Hustle (April 2014)
A review of Harrison McCain: Single-Minded Purpose, by Donald J. Savoie, and Failures and Fiascos: Atlantic Canada’s Biggest Boondoggles, by Dan Soucoup
- Hellfire in Shediac (June 2013)
A review of The Ballad of Jacob Peck by Debra Komar
- History Does Matter (October 2008)
The future of the past in Atlantic Canada.