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1 LADD, James D Modern Military Techniques. SARSON, Peter. BRYAN, Tony. Amphibious Techniques.
Lerner Pub., 1985, 
LADD, James D. Amphibious Techniques; illustrations by Peter Sarson & Tony Bryan. Minneapolis: Lerner Pub. Co., (1985). Pp 48. Illustrated. 8vo, ill. permabound. In the Modern Military Techniques series. Vg. 10.00

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2 LADD, James D Modern Military Techniques. SARSON, Peter. BRYAN, Tony. Amphibious Techniques. ex-lib.
Lerner Pub., 1985, 
LADD, James D. Amphibious Techniques. Illustrations by Peter Sarson & Tony Bryan. Minneapolis: Lerner Pub. Co., (1985). Pp 48. Illustrated. 8vo, ill. permabound. In the Modern Military Techniques series. Ex-library else vg 7.00

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3 CHAPMAN, Earl John, and Ian Macpherson McCULLOCH (eds.) McLEOD, D. Peter McCULLOCH, Ian Macpherson THOMPSON, James Bard of Wolfe's Army : James Thompson, Gentleman V olunteer, 1733-1830. First Edition in dustjacket, double signed, ex-library
Robin Brass Studie, Montreal, 2010, ISBN:9781896941639 
CHAPMAN, Earl John, and Ian Macpherson McCULLOCH (eds.). A Bard of Wolfe's Army : James Thompson, Gentleman V olunteer, 1733-1830. Foreword by Dr. D. Peter MacLeod, Historian, Pre-Confederation, Canadian War Museum. Publishedin collaboration with the Stewart Museum (The Fort, Ile-Ste-Helene, Montre al) and the 78th Fraser Highlanders. Montreal : Robin Brass Studio, (2010).First Edition. Pp (10),[xi]-xxiv,(2),3-361,(1). Illustrated (some in colou r),. Maps. Index. 8vo, orange-brown cloth, maroon lettering to frnt bard and spine, vignette to front board. "As a young grenadier in His Majesty's 78th Regiment of Foot (Fraser's Highlanders), Sergeant James Thompson took part in the capture of Louisbourg, 1758, the battle of the Plains of Abraham at Quebec, 1759, and the battle of Sillery, 1760. Later he experienced the American blockade of Quebec by Generals Richard Montgomery and Benedict Arnold during the Revolutionary War. Thompson remained in Quebec the rest of his life. His anecdotes form one of the most interesting personal accounts of soldiering during the Seven Years' War, and his journal offers a first-hand view of life in Quebec in the years that followed. An astute observer with an eye for a humorous story, by the time he reached old age he was sought out by governors general and royalty to recount his stories of earlier times. Editors Earl Chapman and Ian McCulloch not only present Thompson's anecdotes in one volume for the first time, but they also present a wealth of explanation and historical background to bring the period to life and placeThompson's experiences in context." (from the dj). Contents : Foreword; In troduction; Part One : A "Brother Soldier...", James Thompson and the WolfeLegacy. A C olour Album. Part Two : "Whack Went the Broadsword!" : THe Rem iniscences of Sergeant James Thompson. 1. Raised for Overseas Service, 1757; 2. Winter Quarters, Connecticut Colony, 1757-58; 3. The Siege and Captureof Louisbourg, 1758 (pp 133-163); 4. Winter Quarters, New York Colony, 175 8-59; 5. The Siege and Battle for Quebec, 1759; 6. Winter Garrison and the Battle of Sillery, 1759-60; 7. The Reduction of Montreal, 1760; 8. Garrisoning the St. Lawrence, 1760-63; 9. The American Revolution and Siege of Quebec, 1775-76; 10. Miscellanea; Part Three : Biographical Notes. Appendices: Appendix A: Anecdote 38 - Memorandum of the Most Arduous Services Performedbv James Thompson; Appendix B: List of Anecdotes. Ex-library (library stic ker, library stamp to top edge, and discard stamp), bookplate [Editors' signed limited edition of 200 copies, this being number 103. Signed by both editors], else very good in unclipped dustjacket. 45.00

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4 STRECKER, James HOGAN, Peter Bones to Bury: poems and sculpture by James Strecker
Mosaic Press, Oakville, ON, 1984, 
STRECKER, James. Bones to Bury ; poems and sculpture by James Strecker. Pphotographs by Peter Hogan. Oakville, ON: Mosaic Press, (1984). Pp. 86. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated silver card covers. Vg. 15.00

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5 JAMES, Peter Dead Simple
Macmillan, Chatham, Kent, 0, ISBN:1405051639 
JAMES, Peter. Dead Simple. Chatham, Kent: Macmillan, (2004). Pp.(8),1-369,[370],(6). 8vo, black cloth. Signed by James without inscription on title page. Vg in slightly creased dj with ISBN crossed out with marker. 75.00

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6 CROOKS, Peter (ed.) CURTIS, Edmund OTWAY-RUTHVEN, A.J. LYDON, James Government, War and Society in Medieval Ireland : Essays by Edmund Curtis, A.J. Otway-Ruthven and James Lydon. First Edition in dustjacket
Four Courts Press, Dublin, 2008, ISBN:9781846821059 
CROOKS, Peter (ed.). Government, War and Society in Medieval Ireland : Essays by Edmund Curtis, A.J. Otway-Ruthven and James Lydon. (Dublin) : Four Courts Press, (2008). First Edition. Pp (4),5-407,(9). Map. Index. 8vo, blackcloth, silver lettering to spine. "In the late twelfth century, Ireland wa s absorbed into the dominions of the kings of England. This seminal development transformed the social and political life of the island, with implications that resonate to the present day. How are we to interpret this formative period of Irish history? In the course of the twentieth century, three successive occupants of the Lecky chair of history in Trinity College, Dublin, sought to provide answers. Modern scholarship remains deeply indebted tothe pioneering work of Edmund Curtis, A.J. Otway-Ruthven and James Lydon. This volume brings together twenty-one of their most influential essays on the social, institutional and political character of the English colony in medieval Ireland. The editor's introduction explores the careers of ‘The Lecky Professors’ and assesses their intellectual legacy. This is an indispensable collection of essays for all those interested in the history of Ireland and Britain in the Middle Ages." (from the dj). Contents : Introduction : The Lecky professors (by Peter Crooks). Prologue: Irish history and its popular versions (by Edmund Curtis). Part I. Government. 1. Ireland and the English crown, 1171-1541 (by James Lydon). 2. The chief governors of medieval Ireland (by A.J. Otway-Ruthven). 3. William of Windsor and the Irish parliament (by James Lydon). 4. The medieval Irish chancery (by A.J. Otway-Ruthven). 5. Anglo-Irish shire government in the thirteenth century (by A.J. Otway-Ruthven). 6. The native Irish and English law in medieval Ireland (by A.J. Otway-Ruthven). Part 2. War. 7. Knight service in Ireland (by A.J. Otway-Ruthven). 8. Royal service in Ireland (by A.J. Otway-Ruthven). 9. The hobelar : an Irish contribution to medieval warfare (by James Lydon). 10. An Irish army in Scotland, 1296 (by James Lydon). 11. Irish levies in the Scottish wars, 1296-1302 (by James Lydon). 12. Edward I, Ireland and the war inScotland, 1303-1304 (by James Lydon). 13. Richard II's expeditions to Irel and (by James Lydon). 14. Richard, duke of York, as viceroy of Ireland, 1447-1460 : with unpublished materials for his relations with native chiefs (by Edmund Curtis). Part 3. Society. 15. The character of Norman settlement in Ireland (by A.J. Otway-Ruthven). 16. The organization of Anglo-Irish agriculture in the middle ages (by A.J. Otway-Ruthven). 17. The English and Ostmen in Ireland (by Edmund Curtis). 18. The clan system among the English settlers in Ireland ( Edmund Curtis). 19. The spoken languages of medieval Ireland (by Edmund Curtis). 20. The problem of the frontier in medieval Ireland (by James Lydon). 21. The middle nation (by James Lydon). Further reading. 22. Government, war and society in English Ireland, 1171-1541 : a guide to recent work (by Peter Crooks). Very good in dustjacket. 35.00

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7 RIDLER, Neil B. (ed.) MATHEWS, Ralph SACOUMAN, R. James TONER, Peter Issues in Regional / Urban Development of Atlantic Canada. Social Science Monograph Series, Volume II, Spring 1978
Division of Social Science, University of New Brunswick at Saint John, Saint John, N.B., 1978, ISBN:0920114032 
RIDLER, Neil B. (ed.). Issues in Regional/Urban Development of Atlantic Canada. Social Science Monograph Series, Volume II, Spring 1978. Saint John, N.B.: Division of Social Science, University of New Brunswick at Saint John,1978. Pp [1]-136. 8vo, blue and white card covers. Contents : Peter Toner' s “Historical Character of New Brunswick People: a Preliminary Report.”; R.James Sacouman's “Co-operative Community Development among Nova Scotian Pr imary Producers 1891-1940: a Critical Comparison.” [Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana, 1500]; Ralph Mathews's “The Pursuit of Progress: Newfoundland's Social and Economic Development in the Smallwood Era.”; M. Gary Davis's “The Bureaucracy as Friction on Industrial Development Projects.”; Roger Peterson's “Transportation and Development in Atlantic Canada.”; Paula C. Felt's “National Parks as a Development Tool in Atlantic Canada: a Review of Some Basic Questions.”; Robert Garland's “Government Centralization in New Brunswick.”; Donald J. Grady's “Community Organization as Political Praxis: a Nova Scotia Experience in 'Citizens' Participation'.”; Jan Malcolm Davis's “Consideration in the Investigation, Analysis and Planning of the Central Areas of Maritime Cities.” Wear to spine, else very good. 20.00

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8 ST. CLAIR, James O., and Yvonne C. LeVERT LeVERT, Yvonne C. RANKIN, Peter Nancy's Wedding Feast and Other Tasty Tales. Double-signed.
Cape Breton University Press, in partnership with CBC Radio, Sydney, N.S., 2007, ISBN:9781897009222 
ST. CLAIR, James O., and Yvonne C. LeVERT. Nancy's Wedding Feast and Other Tasty Tales. Illustrated by Peter Rankin. (Sydney, N.S.) : Cape Breton University Press, in partnership with CBC Radio, (2007). First Edition. Pp [1]-224. Illustrated. Index. 8vo, illustrated brown card covers. "Food and memory are the recipes of shared experience. Together they conjure the richnessof oral tradition evoking the time and place where stories are told – the smells of kitchens, the sense of remembering what binds, what is preserved and what remains to be made. We are what we eat. In the act of cooking and eating we fashion the past inside the kitchens of the present. Food and thestories it evokes reveal the state of a place, the ethics of caring, the d istribution of wealth, the sense of possibility, the ingredients of stories– of hardship, class, ingenuity, diversity, nature, invention, celebration , the elite and everyday." - from the dj. Very good. Signed with inscriptions from both authors to Nova Scotia culinary author Marie Nightingale, on the title page. 16.00

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9 ST. CLAIR, James O., and Yvonne C. LeVERT. LeVERT, Yvonne C. RANKIN, Peter Nancy's Wedding Feast and Other Tasty Tales. Illustrated by Peter Rankin
Cape Breton University Press, in partnership with CBC Radio, Sydney, N.S., 2007, ISBN:9781897009222 
ST. CLAIR, James O., and Yvonne C. LeVERT. Nancy's Wedding Feast and Other Tasty Tales. Illustrated by Peter Rankin. (Sydney, N.S.) : Cape Breton University Press, in partnership with CBC Radio, (2007). First Edition. Pp [1]-224. Illustrated. Index. 8vo, illustrated brown card covers. "Food and memory are the recipes of shared experience. Together they conjure the richnessof oral tradition evoking the time and place where stories are told – the smells of kitchens, the sense of remembering what binds, what is preserved and what remains to be made. We are what we eat. In the act of cooking and eating we fashion the past inside the kitchens of the present. Food and thestories it evokes reveal the state of a place, the ethics of caring, the d istribution of wealth, the sense of possibility, the ingredients of stories– of hardship, class, ingenuity, diversity, nature, invention, celebration , the elite and everyday." - from the dj. Very good. 14.00

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10 THE NEW YORKER) THURBER, James. ARNO, Peter. ADDAMS, Charles. New Yorker Cartoons. ltd wartime ed.
1945, 
(THE NEW YORKER). The New Yorker Cartoons with The Talk of the Town. Special Edition for the Armed Forces. S.l.: s.n., [1945]. Pp [192]. 8vo, ill. boards. "This is No. 2754 of a limited edition of an anthology produced under wartime conditions at the request of the Army, Navy and Marine Corps and delivered gratis by them to our Armed Forces overseas. This edition, identical with the original, except for the board covers, is made available in the United States and to civilians for the first time- THE NEW YORKER." -label affixed to rear paste-down. Rubbed with wear to extremities, lightly soiled, slight smudging internally, else vg. 50.00

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11 HILLER, James and Peter NEARY (eds.) COAKER, W.F. McDONALD, Ian RYAN, Shannon Newfoundland in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries : Essays in Interpretation. First Edition, Hardcover
University of Toronto Press, Toronto , 1980, ISBN:0802054862 
HILLER, James and Peter NEARY, (eds.) Newfoundland in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries : Essays in Interpretation. Toronto : University of Toronto Press, (1980). First Edition. Pp (6),[vii]viii,(2),[3]-289,(3). Maps andtables in the text. 8vo, green patterned cloth. Issued without dj. Chapter s : Neary's "The Writing of Newfoundland History: An Introductory Survey" ,"The French and American Shore Questions as Factors in Newfoundland Histor y" and "Party Politics in Newfoundland, 1949-1971: A Survey and Analysis"; Hiller's "Confederation Defeated: The Newfoundland Election of 1869" and "The Railway and Local Politics in Newfoundland, 1870-1901"; Shannon Ryan's "The Newfoundland Salt Cod Trade in the Nineteenth Century"; Ian McDonald's "W.F. Coaker and the Balance of Power Strategy: The Fishermen's Protective Union in Newfoundland Politics"; R.M. Elliott's "Newfoundland Politics in the 1920s: The Genesis and Significance of the Hollis Walker Enquiry"; DavidAlexander's "Newfoundland's Traditional Economy and Development to 1934" a nd "The Collapse of the Saltfish Trade and Newfoundland's Integration into the North American Economy". With bibliography and index. Very good, clean and tight. 60.00

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12 HILLER, James and Peter NEARY (eds.) NEARY, Peter ELLIOTT, R.M. ALEXANDER, David Newfoundland in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries : Essays in Interpretation. First Edition, Paperback
Toronto, 1980, ISBN:0802063918 
HILLER, James and Peter NEARY, (eds.) Newfoundland in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries : Essays in Interpretation. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, (1980). Pp. (6),[vii]viii,(2),[3]-289,(3). 8vo, white and green card covers. Chapters : Neary's "The Writing of Newfoundland History: An Introductory Survey" , "The French and American Shore Questions as Factors in Newfoundland History" and "Party Politics in Newfoundland, 1949-1971: A Survey and Analysis"; Hiller's "Confederation Defeated: The Newfoundland Election of 1869" and "The Railway and Local Politics in Newfoundland, 1870-1901"; Shannon Ryan's "The Newfoundland Salt Cod Trade in the Nineteenth Century"; Ian McDonald's "W.F. Coaker and the Balance of Power Strategy: The Fishermen's Protective Union in Newfoundland Politics"; R.M. Elliott's "Newfoundland Politics in the 1920s: The Genesis and Significance of the Hollis Walker Enquiry"; David Alexander's "Newfoundland's Traditional Economy and Development to 1934" and "The Collapse of the Saltfish Trade and Newfoundland'sIntegration into the North American Economy". With bibliography and index. Very good. With letter from Neary laid-in 20.00

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13 CORNELL, Paul G. and L.A. JOHNSON. (eds.). ACHESON, T.W. CAMERON, James M. OLIVER, Peter Ontario History : The Quarterly Journal of the Ontario Historical Society. Vol. 61, No. 3, September 1969
Ontario Historical Society, Toronto, 1969, 
CORNELL, Paul G., and Leo A. JOHNSON, (eds.). Ontario History : The Quarterly Journal of the Ontario Historical Society. Vol. LXI, No. 3, September 1969. Toronto : Published Quarterly by the Society, 1969. Pp [121]-180. Maps.8vo, white and green printed card covers. Contents : Tory Hatchet Man: Ho ward Ferguson on The Whitney Backbenches (by Peter Oliver); "The Battle of Windsor" ([1837] by R. Alan Douglas); John Baldwin: Portrait of a Colonial Entrepreneur (by T. W. Acheson); An Introduction To The Study of Scottish Settlement of Southern Ontario - A Comparison of Place Names (by James M. Cameron); plus book notes, etc. Rubbed, pencilled notes, else very good. 8.00

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14 HILLER, James Acadiensis 11:2 NEARY, Peter McFARLAND, Joan Origins of the Pulp and Paper Industry in Newfoundland
1982, 1982 
HILLER, James. "The Origins of the Pulp and Paper Industry in Newfoundland." An article in Acadiensis, Vol.11, No.2, Spring 1982, pp. 42-68, with map, tables.

Also:
Peter Neary's "Canadian Immigration Policy and the Newfoundlanders, 1912-1939" (pp.69-83);
Joan McFarland's review essay "Underdevelopment and Economic Theory in Atlantic Canada".

Also : Naomi Griffiths' "Longfellow's Evangeline: The Birth and Acceptance of a Legend" (pp.28-41);
a document by Roscoe Fillmore "Early Socialism in the Maritimes" edited by Nolan Reilly;
Robert H. Babcock's "The Saint John Street Railwaymen's Strike and Riot, 1914" (pp.3-27);
Colin D. Howell's review essay "Film and History in Atlantic Canada";
Hugh Tuck's review essay "Cape Breton : History and Tradition" (pp.109-117);
Carman Miller's review essay "The Atlantic Provinces and the Problem of 'Regionalism'" (pp.130-134);
Murray Young's review of Graeme Wynn's Timber Colony (pp.103-109).

Very good. For the issue 10.00

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15 HOWARD, James H. Smithsonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 195 LE CLAIRE, Peter Ponca Tribe
US Government Printing Office, 1965, 
HOWARD, James H. The Ponca Tribe. Smithsonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 195. In collaboration with Peter Le Claire, tribal historian and other members of the tribe. Washington: US Government Printing Office, 1965. Pp. 191. Illustrated with 24 plates, 5 in text figures and i map. 8vo, green cloth, gilt titles to spine. Spine ends lightly bumped, faint dampstaining to the cloth, owner's name inked to the front paste-down, else vg. 30.00

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16 Inverness County - Art) RANKIN, Peter RANKIN, Jimmy St.CLAIR, James, introd Portfolios : Drawings by Peter Rankin, Jimmy Rankin, Johnny Gillis, B
0, 
(Inverness County - Art). Portfolios : Drawings by Peter Rankin, Jimmy Rankin, Johnny Gillis, Barrie Fraser. N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. [1982?]. Pp 2 leaves + 24 b/w reproductions. Large oblong 8vo, card covers.
Respectively from Mabou Coal Mines, Mabou, North East Mabou, and East Lake Ainslie. Introduction by James St.Clair of Mull River. Six drawings by each, dated from 1980 to 1982.
Vg to fine. 17.50

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17 Inverness County - Art) RANKIN, Peter RANKIN, Jimmy St.CLAIR, James, introd Portfolios : Drawings by Peter Rankin, Jimmy Rankin, Johnny Gillis, B
0, 
(Inverness County - Art). Portfolios : Drawings by Peter Rankin, Jimmy Rankin, Johnny Gillis, Barrie Fraser. N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. [1982?]. Pp 2 leaves + 24 b/w reproductions. Large oblong 8vo, card covers. Respectively from Mabou Coal Mines, Mabou, North East Mabou, and East Lake Ainslie. Introduction by James St.Clair of Mull River. Six drawings by each, dated from 1980 to 1982. Edgeworn, else vg. 15.00

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18 DELGADO, James P. NEWMAN, Peter C. (Foreword by). Racers and Rovers : 100 Years of the Royal Vancouver Yacht Club. in dj.
Douglas & McIntyre, 2003, ISBN:1-55054-988-X 
DELGADO, James P. Racers and Rovers : 100 Years of the Royal Vancouver Yacht Club. Foreword by Peter C. Newman. Vancouver/Toronto: Douglas & McIntyre,(2003). Pp 212, including frontis., illustrated endpapers with current mem bers names listed, and numerous b/w and/or colour illustrations to text, some full page. 4to, blue cloth. "A passion for boats and boating led to the formation of the Vancouver Yacht Club in 1903, just seventeen years after Vancouver was incorporated. In 1906, the club was granted a Royal Charter and became the Royal Vancouver Yacht Club. In 2003, club members celebrate a hundred years of recreational sailing and power boating in and around the west coast, as well as competing in various Olympic and Paralympic races, and word championships events. Lavishly illustrated with 122 colour and 106 black-and-white photos, Racers and Rovers tells the story of the Royal Vancouver Yacht Club, its famous members and its famous boats." -from the dust jacket. Vg in dj. 40.00

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19 JOHNSON, Bruce, Julia LAPALME, Barbara LOUNDER, et al. MacSWAIN, James SILLER, Bernard DYKHUIS, Peter, curator Re-Make, Re-Model : Assembled Work by Bruce Johnson, Julie Lapalme, BarbaraLounder, James MacSwain, and Bernard Siller : Art Gallery of Nova Scoita, Fred C. Manning Gallery (4), 13 February - 11 April 1999
Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, 1999, ISBN:0888715323 
JOHNSON, Bruce, Julia LAPALME, Barbara LOUNDER, James MacSWAIN, and BernardSILLER. Re-Make, Re-Model : Assembled Work by Bruce Johnson, Julie Lapalme , Barbara Lounder, James MacSwain, and Bernard Siller : Art Gallery of NovaScoita, Fred C. Manning Gallery (4), 13 February - 11 April 1999 . Curator : Peter Dykhuis. [Director's Foreword by Bernard Riordon]. Halifax: Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, 1999. Pp. [1]-16. Illustrated in black and white. Triple column and quadruple column. Square 8vo, stapled brown card covers with silver titles to front. "This exhibitions is located far away in time and space from Cubist collages yet the questions of politics and context are as important as ever. The works in 'Re-make/Re-model' are, literally, shaped by the artists' choice of disparate materials as well as the narrative silhouette of the assembled work. Through their practices, these artists re-make, re-model, and re-arrange found materials, consumer items, photo images, and dead-tech wate with the intent of producing critical, humourous, and poeticc comments on the cultural and material contexts in which they live and work." - from the introduction. Very good. 10.00

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20 MEIER, Augustrine, Thomas St. Jamews O'CONNOR, and Peter L. VanKATWYK (eds.O'CONNOR, Thomas St. James VANKATWYK, Peter L. Spirituality and Health : Multidiscplinary Explorations. signed
Wilfred Laurier University Press, Waterloo, Ontario, 2005, ISBN:0889204772 
MEIER, Augustrine, Thomas St. Jamews O'CONNOR, and Peter L. VanKATWYK (eds.Spirituality and Health : Multidiscplinary Explorations. (Waterloo, ntario ) : Wilfred Laurier University Press, (2005). Pp (4),v-xx,1-316. Index. 8vo, illustrated white card covers, brown spine lettered in white. Contents : Part 1 Faith Perspectives and Challenges. 1. Towards a joint paradigm reconciling faith and research (by Thomas St. James O'Connor and Elizabeth Meakes). 2. A critical dialogue between theology and psychology (by Paul J. Rennick). 3. Assessing plurality in spirituality definitions (by Pam McCarroll,Thomas St. James O'Connor, and Elizabeth Meakes). 4. Spirituality and fami ly medicine (by Cheryl Levitt). 5. Congregational life after abuse (by Carol Penner). 6. Islamic spiritual care in a health care setting (by Nazila Isgandarova). Part 2. Spiritual Practices in Health Care. 7. Communication inspiritual care among people with dementia (by Ellen Bouchard Ryan, Lori Sc hindel-Martin, and Amanda Beaman). 8. Spirituality and addiction (by Lori Edey). 9. Spirituality in occupational therapy (by Sue Baptiste). 10. Using a labryinth in spiritual care (by Ingrid Bloos). 11. A wholistic approach to healing : an individual, family, and community model (by Calvin Morrisseau). Part 3. Fron tiers and Research. 12. Old religion, new spirituality, and health care (by Carlton F. Brown). 13. God-talk in the spiritual care of palliative patients (by Colleen Lashmar). 14. Measuring and assessing suffering in arthritic patients (by Beverley Clarke [and others]). 15. Psychosomatics and the spiritual entities of the human psyche (by Marie-Line Morin)./ 16. Life-threatening illness : a dangerous opportunity (by Beverly Musgrave). 17. The neurobiology of consciousness and spiritual transformation in healing (by Stephen M. Sagar). A little underlining, else very good. Signedwith inscription by Augustine Meier. 30.00

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