Volume 25, Number 2, 2003 Language and Culture / Langue et culture

Table of contents (25 articles)


  1. Language and Culture: Shifting Boundaries in a Postmodern World
  2. Langue et culture : déplacer les frontières dans le monde postmoderne
  3. Sport’s Impact on the Francophoneness of the Alberta Francophone Games (AFG)
  4. “We Speak English”: Language and Identity Processes in Northern Ireland’s Muslim Community
  5. Zustreech or Encounters of a Transnational Kind: Negotiating Ukrainianness in Western Canada
  6. The Songs of Their Fathers
  7. Song of Transformation: Performing Iroquoian Identity Through Non-Traditional Song
  8. “Music is Language and Language is Music”: Language Attitudes and Musical Choices in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
  9. Paths of Speech: Symbols, Sociality and Subjectivity among the Muinane of the Colombian Amazon
  10. La féminisation des titres et fonctions dans la Francophonie : de la morphologie à l’idéologie

Notebook / Carnet de notes

  1. Double traîtrise ou double appartenance ? Le patrimoine des protestants francophones au Québec

Reviews / Comptes rendus

  1. Robin Hood: A Mythic Biography. By Stephen Knight. (Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 2003. Pp. xxi + 247, notes, works cited, index, ISBN 0-8014-3885-3, cloth.)
  2. Have Not Been The Same: The CanRock Renaissance, 1985-1995. By Michael Barclay, Ian A. D. Jack and Jason Schneider. (Toronto: ECW Press, 2001. Pp. vii + 757, annotated table of contents, black/white and colour photographs, selected critical discography, interview schedule, bibliography, cast of characters, index, ISBN 1-55022-475-1, pbk.)
  3. The Sámi People: Traditions in Transition. By Veli-Pekka Lehtola. (Translated by Linna Weber Muller-Wille, Aanaar-Inari: Kustannus-Puntsi, 2002. Pp. 136, ill., ISBN 952-5343-11-1.)
  4. The Annotated Classic Fairy Tales. By Maria Tatar, editor and translator. (New York & London: W. W. Norton & Company, 2002. Pp. 448, ISBN: 0-393-051-633, hardcover.)
  5. Peeking Through the Keyhole. The Evolution of North American Houses. By Avi Friedman and David Krawitz. (Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2002. ISBN 0-773-524-398, cloth.)
  6. Irene Avaalaaqiaq/Myth and Reality. By Judith Nasby. (Montréal, MacGill-Queen’s University Press, 2002. Pp. xiv + 129, map, illustrations, photographs, appendices, ISBN 0-7735-2440-1.)
  7. Whistling Banjoman: George Hector. By Anne Fawcett. (Gagetown: Otnabog Editions, 1999. Pp 124, ISBN 0-9685999-0-7, pbk.)
  8. Spirit Wrestlers Voices: Doukhobor Pioneers’ Strategies for Living. By Koozma Tarasoff. (Legas Publishing, Ottawa, 2002. Pp. xvi + 480, illustr. photographs, graphics, diagrams, maps, ISBN 1-896031-12-9, hardcover. CD-ROM to accompany, but not available at time of review.)
  9. Out in Theory: The Emergence of Lesbian and Gay Anthropology. By Ellen Lewin and William L. Leap, eds. (Urbana and Chicago, University of Illinois Press, 2002. Pp. 329, ISBN 0-252-07076-3, pbk.)
  10. Women and Tradition: A Neglected Group of Folklorists. By Carmen Blacker and Hilda Ellis Davidson, eds. (Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 2000. Pp. 285, photographs, index,k ISBN 0890897395.)
  11. Corvées et quêtes. Un parcours au Canada français. Par Jeanne Pomerleau, préface de Jocelyne Mathieu (Montréal : Éditions Hurtubise HMH, Cahiers du Québec, collection Ethnologie, 2002. 430 p., ISBN 2-89428-590-6.)
  12. Des visages. Essai d’anthropologie. Par David Le Breton. (Paris, Anne-Marie Métailié, collection « Suites Sciences Humaines », 2003 [1ère édition 1992]. 334 pages, ISBN 2-86424-467-5.)
  13. Le regard entravé. Littérature et anthropologie dans les premiers textes sur la Nouvelle-France. Par Paolo Carile. (Sillery, Septentrion, 2000. 223 p., index, ISBN 88-7999-268-X.)
  14. Seul et avec l’autre. La vie en colocation dans un quartier populaire de Québec. Par Madeleine Pastinelli. (Québec, CELAT et Presses de l’Université Laval, collection Intercultures, 2003. ISBN 2-7637-7975-1.)

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