Material Culture Review

Volume 77-78, 2013

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Front Matter

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Editorial / Éditorial

  1. Editorial / Éditorial

Articles

  1. Rise of the Eco-Comics : The State, Environmental Education and Canadian Comic Books, 1971-1975
  2. “One of the best advertising mediums the country can have:” : Postage Stamps and National Identity in Canada, New Zealand and Australia
  3. Moderne et officiel ? Autour d’Eugène Beaudouin à l’ambassade de France au Canada
  4. Labour and the Commemorative Landscape in Industrial Cape Breton, 1922-2013
  5. Living Memorials to the Civil War Dead : Case Studies in the District of Columbia and the Commonwealth of Virginia
  6. The Use of Material Culture and Recovering Black Maine
  7. “I Have Sometimes Seen the White Cloth Winding Over the Rollers ... and I Have Thought it Beautiful” : Reading the Mill Girls’ Narratives as Artifacts of Material Rhetoric
  8. Les effets de la règlementation de la culture  : l’exemple de la production de vin en Calabre
  9. Crafting Spanish Female Identity : Silk Lace Mantillas at the Crossroads of Tradition and Fashion

Research Report / Rapport de recherche

  1. Exploring Location Patterns of Gasoline Stations on Virginia’s Eastern Shore : Field Logistics and Lessons Learned

Research Note / Note de recherche

  1. Hay Barracks in Newfoundland

Exhibition Review / Compte rendu d’exposition

  1. Colonizing the Museum? : Contemporary Art, Heritage and Relational Museology

Book Reviews / Comptes rendus de livre

  1. Meredith Marie Neuman. Jeremiah’s Scribes: Creating Sermon Literature in Puritan New England.
  2. William Closson James. God’s Plenty: Religious Diversity in Kingston.
  3. Jeffrey Todd Knight. Bound to Read: Compilations, Collections, and the Making of Renaissance.
  4. Christina Bates. A Cultural History of the Nurse’s Uniform.
  5. Gail Caskey Winkler. Capricious Fancy: Draping and Curtaining the Historic Interior, 1800-1930.
  6. Anne Marie Lane Jonah and Chantal Véchambre. French Taste in Atlantic Canada, 1604-1758: A Gastronomic History / Le goût français au Canada atlantique, 1604-1758 : une histoire gastronomique.
  7. Pierre Pageau. Les Salles de cinéma au Québec, 1896-2008.
  8. Charles M. Schulz et Nat Gertler. Snoopy. Les trésors du chien le plus célèbre du monde.
  9. Emmanuel Pierrat et Michel Reuss. Les nouveaux cabinets de curiosités.
  10. Véronique Borboën, Esther Trépanier, Christian Chenail, Michel Desjardins, Marie Dooley, Philippe Dubuc, Yves Jean Lacasse et al. Mode et apparence dans l’art québécois, 1880-1945.

Contributors / Auteurs

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Back Matter

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