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S. M. Straker, KEPLER'S OPTICS: A STUDY IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY NATURAL PHILOSOPHY. 1971.
S. M. Straker, A "New Physiognomy of Servitude": Some Comments on a New Philosophy of Science, 4S Review, vol. 2, pp. 5-11, 1984.
S. Straker, Stephen Straker fonds. 2005.
S. Straker, Kepler, Tycho, and the 'Optical Part of Astronomy': the Genesis of Kepler's Theory of Pinhole Images, Archive for History of Exact Sciences, vol. 24, pp. 267-293, 1981.
S. Straker, Optics and Methodology in the 17th Century, Science, vol. 170. pp. 1074-1076, 1970.
D. J. Steinberg, Woodside, A., and al, et, In search of Southeast Asia: a modern history. New York: Praeger Publishers, 1971.
F. H. Soward, Conference on Canadian-American Affairs, Pacific Affairs, vol. 13. pp. 240-241, 1940.
F. H. Soward, Frederick H. Soward fonds. 1925.
A. Smith, Historians and theory: A comment - Remarks on the papers presented at the session 'The Politics of History', Theory and Historiography Network, Fifth European Social Science History Conference, Humboldt University, Berlin, March 2004, RETHINKING HISTORY, vol. 9, pp. 485-490, 2005.
A. Smith, Circumstances Differs and Circumstance Counts: The National/Transnational Interface in European and North American Historical Writing, in Theory and Historiography Network, European Social Science History Conference, Amsterdam, 2006.
A. Smith, Seven Narratives in North American History: Thinking the Nation in Canada, Quebec, and the United States, in Writing the Nation: a Global Perspective , S. Berger Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007, pp. 63-83.
A. Smith, National Imaginaries in a Globalizing Age: New World Adaptation and the Case of English Canada, in Conference on National Myths and Globalization, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University, 2009.
A. Smith, Canada : an American nation?: essays on continentalism, identity and the Canadian frame of mind. Montreal: MQUP, 1994, p. vi+398-vi+398.
A. Smith, Seven Narratives in North American History: Thinking the Nation in Canada, Quebec, and the United States, in Major Theme 2b, Myth, History, and the Historian's Responsibility, International Congress of Historical Sciences, 20th Quinquennial Meeting, Sydney, 2005.
A. Smith, Historians and Theory: A Comment, Re-thinking History, vol. 9, no. 4, pp. 485-490, 2005.
A. Smith, Understanding Particularist Persistence in Transcultural Contact Fields: Does Language Difference Matter?, in Theory and Historiography Network, European Social Science History Conference, Lisbon, 2008.
A. Smith, Conceptualizing Identitarian Complexity in the Geolinguistic Regions of the Western Hemisphere: The Spanish-, Portuguese-, and English-speaking Americas on Common Analytical Ground, in Spaces-Communities-Discourses: Charting Identity and Belonging in the Americas, J. Raab and Hertlein, S. Arizona State University: Bilingual Press, 2016, pp. 139-177.
A. Smith, Le Canada: une nation américaine?. Sainte-Foy, Québec: Presses de l'Université Laval, 2005.
A. Smith, The Fact That Matters: Power Asymmetry in the Canadian-American Relationship and How Canada Handles it, in Conference on Contemporary Inter-American Discourses, Zentralinstitut für Regionalforschung, Sektion Nord - und Iberoamerika, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität, Erlangen-Nürnberg, 2004.
A. Smith, Why North America is not 'North American': Comparisons with the 'Europeanness' of Europe and What They Reveal, in International Association of Inter-American Studies Biennial Conference, University Of Guadalajara, 2012.
A. Smith, From Guthrie to Greenberg: Canadian High Culture and the End of Empire, in Canada and the End of Empire, P. Buckner Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2004, pp. 206-215.
A. Smith, Anglophone Americas: a Preliminary Look at Cultural Power and Particularist Persistence in a Continuous Transnational Language Field, in International American Studies Association World Congress, University of Lisbon, 2007.
A. Smith, Conceptualizing National Persistence in Identity-Complicating Regional Zones: Why Discussion of North America's Interactions and Drives Has a Profile and Prominence its Counterparts Lack, in International Association of Inter-American Studies Biennial Conference, University of California, Santa Barbara, 2016.
A. Smith, Continentalism, Oxford Companion to Canadian History. Oxford University Press, Toronto, pp. 154-155, 2004.
A. Smith, Towards an Integrated Inter-American Conceptual Framework? Language Area Study and What it May Mean, in International Association of Inter-American Studies Conference, University of Duisburg-Essen, 2010.

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