Volume 34, Number 1-2, 2012

Table of contents (18 articles)


  1. Ethnographic Things : Objects and Subjects in Haida History
  2. Mexicans with Sweaters, Working in the Oil/Tar Sands, In Newfoundland’s Third Largest City : Regionalism, Narrative, and Imagination in Fort McMurray, (Texas?)
  3. “Once I’m there I can find out where I am” : Place Making and the Homeless Geographies of a Downtown Toronto Street Kid Community
  4. “I lit the candle with fire from my heart” : Observing Yom Hashoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day) at a Jewish Home for the Aged
  5. La « Revengeance » des duchesses : Une mise en scène carnavalesque hors Carnaval
  6. Of Ideas and Objects
  7. Un patrimoine culturel immatériel émergent : Le Courir du Mardi gras de Faquetaigue, en Louisiane
  8. “The mill whistle was blowing and the Germans were coming” : Industrial Soundscapes, World War II, and Remembrance in Corner Brook, Newfoundland
  9. La mémoire de l’esclavage dans l’espace public : Initiatives pour sa patrimonialisation à Bordeaux (France) et à Port-au-Prince (Haïti)
  10. Prayer and Power : A New Women’s Tradition in a Ukrainian Village
  11. Patrimoine partagé et carnaval caribéen
  12. Residual Radicalism : Labour Song-Poems of Industrial Decline

Carnet de notes  / Notebook

  1. La migration transnationale d’un patrimoine vivant : Le cas de la fête du Ngondo des peuples sawa célébrée à Montréal et à Douala

Comptes rendus  / Reviews

  1. Christie Davies. Jokes and Targets. (Bloomington: 2011, Indiana University Press. 328 pp. ISBN: 978-0-253-22302-9)
  2. Herb MacDonald. Cape Breton Railways. An Illustrated History. (Sydney: 2012, Cape Breton University Press. Pp. 260. ISBN: 978-1-897009-67-3)
  3. Alison R. Marshall. The Way of the Bachelor: Early Chinese Settlement in Manitoba. (Vancouver: 2011, University of British Columbia Press. Pp. xv-226. ISBN 978-0-7748-1916-9)
  4. Jon Bartlett and Rika Ruebsaat. Dead Horse on the Tulameen: Settlers Verse From BC’s Similkameen Valley. (Princeton: 2011, Canadian Folk Workshop. Pp. 293. ISBN: 978-0-9877255-0-9)
  5. Tim ingold. Being Alive: Essays on Movement, Knowledge and Description. (London: 2011, Routledge. Pp. 288. ISBN: 978-0-4155768-4-0)

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