Material Culture Review

Volume 80-81, 2014–2015

Sommaire (22 articles)

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Front Matter

  1. Front Matter

Articles

  1. M. Lillian Burke (1879-1952): Three Lost Chéticamp Carpets
  2. Toward A History of Canadian Wallpaper Use: Mechanization 1860-1935
  3. Vinyl Records and Old Computers as Material Culture: Perspectives on Collecting and Donations to Museums
  4. Gaspereau Fishing on the Southwest Margaree: Gathering at the River
  5. Changing Identity Through Material Culture: Folklore, the Fur Trade, and the Internet
  6. Le musée de région au Québec et les Premières Nations. Le cas du Musée de Charlevoix

Back Matter

  1. Back Matter

Articles

  1. Early Christian Perceptions of Sacred Spaces
  2. La dialectique de la tradition et de la modernité dans un bourg français au tournant des XIX e et XX e siècles : consommation et alimentation à Ancy-le-Franc
  3. Genèse de l’économuséologie
  4. Tourist Photography in Peru: An Actor-Network Theory Approach to Images Posted Online

Research Reports

  1. Partible Objects: A Wayana Dance Costume Used as Shaman’s Device (Tropenmuseum inventory number 401-86a)
  2. Bootspurs of the Early Modern Period Newfoundland
  3. The Daily Grind: The Rotary Quern and Nova Scotia’s Scots

Exhibition Review

  1. “The Cartography of the Unseen”

Book Review

  1. Review of Solecki, Sam. 2015. A Truffaut Notebook. Montréal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press. Pp. xii. 340, b/w photographs, notes, chronology, bibliography, index, English, hardcover, ISBN 9780773546240.
  2. Review of Swyripa, Frances. 2010. Storied Landscapes: Ethno-Religious Identity and the Canadian Prairies. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press. Pp. 296. Maps and black-and-white photographs. Lists of illustrations, list of maps, list of image credits, acknowledgments, introduction, conclusion, endnotes, index. ISBN 978-0-88755-720-0 (paper) $29.95; ISBN 978-0-88755-191-8 (cloth) $55; ISBN 978-0-88755-3004 (e-book) $29.95.
  3. Review of Framing Fraktur – Pennsylvania German Material Culture and Contemporary Art. 2015. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. Pp. 112, full colour, hardcover, 26.2 x 21.1 x 1.3 cm. ISBN-10: 0812247450.
  4. Not Just Tea, Tobacco, and Salt / Review of Douglas McCalla. 2015. Consumers in the Bush: Shopping in Rural Upper Canada. Montréal and Kingston. McGill-Queens University Press. pp. 296.
  5. Review of Terry, Andrea, 2015. Family Ties: Living History in Canadian House Museums. Montréal: McGill-Queens University Press. 264 pp., 40 photographs, avail. hardcover, soft cover, and e-book. ISBN 9780773545625.

Contributors / Auteurs

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