Volume 15, Number 2, 1993 Femmes et traditions Women & Tradition

Table of contents (22 articles)


  1. Femmes et traditions / Women & Tradition
  2. La tradition du secret
  3. Médecine domestique et pratiques sociales entourant la reproduction chez les Québécoises
  4. 25 Good Reasons Why Beer is Better than Women and Other Qualities of the Female: Gender and the Non-Seriousness of Jokes
  5. Getting Started: Outfitting the Bride in Seaside
  6. Rencontre de la tradition et du modernisme: les vêtements dans la Beauce du XXe siècle
  7. Les chanteuses haïtiennes à Montréal: des témoins d’une culture
  8. ‘A Very Lone Worker’: Woman-Centred Thoughts on Helen Creighton’s Career as a Folklorist
  9. Voices Not our Own
  10. Evangeline as Identity Myth

Notes de recherche / Research Notes

  1. Souffrir pour être belle: une tradition féminine toujours d’actualité
  2. Compte rendu d’enquête : une collection de vêtements gaspésiens (1867-1940)

Texte de conférence / Conference Paper

  1. La place des rituels dans les soins au cours du cycle de vie

Comptes rendus / Book Reviews

  1. Gary R. BUTLER, Saying isn’t believing. Conversation, Narrative and the Discourse of Belief in a French Newfoundland Community (St-John’ s, Institute of Social and Economic Research, Memorial University of Newfoundland, 1991, xi+199 p. (Social and Economic Studies n° 42), ISBN 0-919666-66-3)
  2. Susan PEARCE (ed.), Objects of Knowledge: New Research in Museum Studies (London, The Athone Press, 1990, 234 p., ISBN 0-485-90001-7)
  3. Charlotte Allen WILLIAMS, Florida Quilts (Gainesville, University Press of Florida, 1992, xii + 232 p., 137 colour, 82 b&w photographs, preface, bibliography, index, $44.95 cloth, $24.95 paper)
  4. Joan Newlon RADNER, ed., Feminist Messages: Coding in Women’s Folk Culture (Urbana and Chicago, University of Illinois Press, 1993, ISBN 0-252-01957-1 (hardcover), 0-252-06267- 1 (paperback), xv + 309 p.)
  5. Nancy SCHMITZ, Irish for a Day: Saint Patrick’s Day Celebrations in Québec City 1765-1990 (Québec, Carraig Books, 1991, xii(+) 295 p., photos, illustrations, bibliography, indexes, $19.95)
  6. Brian SWANN (ed.), On the Translation of Native American Literatures (Washington, Smithsonian Institution Press, 1992, 478 p., (hardcover) ISBN 1-56098-074-5)
  7. Julian RICE, Deer Women and Elk Men: The Lakota Narratives of Ella Deloria (Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press, 1992, 211 p., ISBN 0-8263-1362-0)
  8. Susan STEINFIRST, Folklore and Folklife: A Guide to English-Language Reference Sources (New York, Garland Publishing Inc., 1992 (Garland Folklore Bibliographies, vol. 16; Garland Reference Library of the Humanities, vol. 1429), ISBN 0-8153-0068-9)
  9. Harriet NE, with Gloria L. CRONIN, illustrations by Terry REFFELL, Tales of Molokai: The Voice of Harriet Ne, (La’ie, Hawai’i, Institute for Polynesian Studies, 1992,171 p., preface, introduction, map, glossary, and index, ISBN 0-939154- 50-1)

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