Material Culture Review

Volume 74-75, 2012

Table of contents (20 articles)

Front Matter

Editorial / Éditorial

  1. Editorial / Éditorial


  1. Material Culture and Mobility


  1. “Precision,” “Perfection,” and the Reality of British Scientific Instruments on the Move During the 18th Century
  2. Trade Cards in 18th-Century Consumer Culture:: Circulation, and Exchange in Commercial and Collecting Spaces
  3. Moving toward the Museum in 18th-Century Germany
  4. A Different Way of Sitting:: American Patent Folding Chairs of the 19th Century
  5. Transported Art:: 19th-Century Italian Sculptures Across Continents and Cultures
  6. Holding on to Objects in Motion:: Two Māori Musical Instruments in the Peabody Essex Museum
  7. Heralds of Doom
  8. Consumption, Collection, Creativity:: Micro-Local Practices within Children’s Bedroom Play in Urban Vancouver
  9. Plaster Cast Collections from the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition in Context:: Examining Culturally Determined Significance through Environment and Time
  10. Mobile Stones:: The Uses and Meanings of Earth Science Teaching Specimens
  11. A Body in Motion:: The Afterlives of the Tomb of Henry Howard, Earl of Northampton

Research Reports / Essais de compte rendu d’exposition

Research Note / Note de recherche

Exhibition Review / Compte rendu d’exposition

Book Review / Compte rendu de livre

Contributors / Auteurs

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