Volume 6, numéro 2, 2015 Shaping Canadian Foodways: Traditions and New Directions

Sommaire (9 articles)

  1. Editor's Introduction

Research & Essays on Shaping Canadian Foodways and Food Decisions

  1. Register-Bending in Québec Food Culture: translating nun’s farts and sunofabitch’s ears into something anyone would want to eat
  2. 'Our Strength comes from the Land':  the Hybrid Culinary Traditions of the Six Nations of Grand River in the Early Twentieth Century
  3. ‘How to Keep a Husband on Packaged Foods’ and Other Lessons: Gendered Education in the Canadian National Exhibition’s Women’s Division during the Kate Aitken Era, 1920s-1950s

Canadian Literary Meals  / Lettres Canadiennes au menu

  1. The Female Emigrant’s Guide and Hints on Canadian Housekeeping by Catharine Parr Traill. Toronto: McClear and Company, 1854

Book Reviews  / Compte-rendus

  1. #foodcrisis: A graphic novel about global food security, Evan D. G. Fraser (writer), Scott Mooney (artist), John Perlock (inks, pencils), Rocco Commisso (pencils), 2014, 140 p.
  2. Nourrir la machine humaine : Nutrition et alimentation au Québec, 1860 – 1945. Durand, Caroline. McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2015, 302 pages.
  3. Growing Resistance: Canadian Farmers and the Politics of Genetically Modified Wheat, Emily Eaton, University of Manitoba Press, 2013, 187 p.
  4. The Urban Homesteading Cookbook. Michelle Catherine Nelson, Douglas & McIntyre, 2015, 256 p.