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Bettina Bradbury

Bettina Bradbury teaches women’s studies and gender history at York University, and is the author of many articles on the history of families and widowhood. Her book, Working Families: Age, Gender and Daily Survival in Industrializing Montreal (McClelland and Stewart, 1993), received both the John A. Macdonald prize for the best book on Canadian history published in 1993, and the Harold A. Innis prize for the most outstanding book published with an Aid to Scholarly Publications Grant in English that year.

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Source: Gilbert Stelter, 1997

Books written by Bettina Bradbury