Digitizing past issues: Volume 28 (2009) now online

2010-01-10

The MASA journal has been published in print format since 1975.

As part of our effort to make back issues of the MASA Journal available to a broader reading public, we are undertaking a process of digitizing and uploading past editions of the journal. From today, you will find online versions of the ten articles published in Volume 28 (2009) on this website. Click on the "ARCHIVES" link at the top of the page to find the article listing. Individual articles are available in PDF format.

Volume 28 of the MASA Journal was dedicated to the memory of Pamela Margaret Mason (1946-2008). From the original dedication:

Pam was pursuing an M.A. degree in the Department of Anthropology [at the University of Manitoba] and her thesis research focused on fourth wave feminist peace movements. She was a contributing author to the 2006, 2007, and 2008 editions of the MASA Journal. As a student, peer, friend, and mentor Pam made invaluable contributions to the Depratment. Her zest for life and learning was an inspiration to all who knew her. (Cynthia Worsley and Ashleigh Czyrnyj)

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