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International Journal of Canadian Studies Revue internationale d'études canadiennes Numéros 1995 Issues Spring / Printemps Women in Canadian Les femmes et la société Fall / Automne Society canadienne Aboriginal
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International Journal of Canadian Studies Revue internationale d'études canadiennes Numéros 1995 Issues Spring / Printemps Women in Canadian Les femmes et la société Fall / Automne Society canadienne Aboriginal Peoples and Canada Les peuples autochtones et le Canada Nom /Name To order /Abonnement 30 $ per year, two issues per year (35 $ outside Canada) 30 $ par année, deux numéros par année (35 $ à l'extérieur du Canada) Adresse /Address N de carte de crédit/credit Card # Date d'expiration/expiry Date Signature Please return to / Prière de retourner au : Conseil international d'études canadiennes / International Council for Canadian Studies 325 Dalhousie Street, 8th Floor / 325, rue Dalhousie, 8 e étage Ottawa, Ontario, KIN 6E2 Material History Review 41 (Spring 1995) I Revue d'histoire de la culture matérielle 41 (printemps 1995) 100 // has been correctly said that: 'if you don t know where you have been, you don t know where you are going. ' Knowledge of our collective history is essential if we are to move forward, and Labour/Le Travail consistently provides the best research and analysis of labour and working-class history, drawing important links between work, family and community aspects of our lives. Nancy Riche, Vice-President, Canadian Labour Congress JOURNAL OF CANADIAN LABOUR STUDIES Labour/Le Travail is the official publication of the Canadian Committee on Labour History. Since it began publishing in 1976, it has carried many important articles in the field of working-class history, industrial sociology, labour economics, and labour relations. Although primarily interested in a historical perspective on Canadian workers, the journal is interdisciplinary in scope. In addition to articles, the journal features documents, conference reports, an annual bibliography of materials in Canadian labour studies, review essays, and reviews. While the main focus of the journal's articles is Canadian, the review essays and reviews consider international work of interest to Canadian labour studies. Many oflabour's articles are illustrated. Recent issues have included: BD. Palmer, Homage to E.P. Thompson ; Charles Tilly, Softcore Solipsism ; Nicholas Rogers, Plebeians and Proletarians in 18th-century Britain ; Melvyn Dubofsky, Old Deal, New Deal: The Evolution of the Liberal State in the Modem United States. Subscribers for 1995 will receive Labour/Le Travail 35 (Spring 1995) and Labour/Le Travail 36 (Fall 1995) - articles by Paul Axelrod, Gary Kinsman, William K. Carroll and R.S. Ratner, Don Wells, Alvin Finkel and others. Subscription rates: Individual $20 (Foreign $30 US); Institution $30 (Foreign $40 US); Student/Retired/Unemployed $15 (Foreign $25). GST exempt All Back Issues available. Complete sets at special price. Sample issue available on request. MASTERCARD accepted or make cheque payable to: Canadian Committee on Labour History, History Dept., Memorial University, St John's, NF, Canada A1C 5S7 Articles are abstracted and indexed America: History and Life; Alternative Press Index; Arts and Humanities Citation Index ; Canadian Index; Canadian Periodical Index; Current Contents / Arts and Humanities; Historical Abstracts; Human Resource Abstracts; PAIS Bulletin; PAIS Foreign Language Index; Sage Public Administration Abstracts; Work Related Abstracts. Material History Review 41 (Spring 1995) I Revue d'histoire de la culture matérielle 41 (printemps 1995) 101 IP Transformation The Transformation series presents original research on science and technology history and issues in Canada through refereed monographs or collections of shorter studies, consistent with the museum's thematic framework The Transformation of Canada . No. 1 Babaian, S. Radio Communication in Canada: An Historical and Technological Survey ($10) No. 2 Dewalt, B. Building a Digital Network: Data Communications and Digital Telephony, ($10) No. 3 Dewalt, B. Technology and Canadian Printing: A History from Lead Type to Lasers ($15) No. 4- Wilson, G. A History of Shipbuilding and Naval Architecture in Canada ($15) Transformation provides access to research undertaken by staff curators and researchers for the purposes of museum collection, exhibit and programme development. Copies of these publications are available while quantities permit (price includes GST). A cheque or money order payable to the National Museum of Science and Technology must accompany all orders and should be addressed to: La série Transformation présente les travaux originaux de recherche sur l'histoire des sciences et de la technologie au Canada et sur les questions qui s'y rattachent, sous forme de monographies examinées ou de collections d'études plus succinctes s'inscrivant dans le cadre thématique du Musée «La transformation du Canada». N 1 Babaian, S. Radio Communication in Canada: An Historical and Technological Survey (10,00$) N 2 Dewalt, B. Building a Digital Network: Data Communications and Digital Telephony, (10,00$) N 3 Dewalt, B. Technology and Canadian Printing: A History from Lead Type to Lasers (15,00$) N 4- Wilson, G. A History of Shipbuilding and Naval Architecture in Canada (15,00 $) Transformation donne accès aux travaux de recherche entrepris par les conservateurs et les chercheurs du Musée pour les fins de la collection du Musée et de l'élaboration d'expositions et de programmes. Une quantité limitée de ces publications est toujours disponible (le prix indiqué comprend la TPS). Veuillez joindre à chaque commande un chèque ou mandat-poste à l'ordre du Receveur général du Canada et addresser le tout à i Finance Division Transformation National Museum of Science and Technology P.O. Box 9724, Ottawa Terminal Ottawa, Ontario Division des finances - Transformation Musée national des sciences et de la technologie C.P. 9724, Terminus d'ottawa Ottawa (Ontario) Jk Material History Review 41 (Spring 1995) / Revue d'histoire de la culture matérielle 41 (printemps 1995) 102 Material History Review The Material History Review provides a venue for refereed articles and research reports encompassing a range of approaches in interpreting the past through an analysis of Canadians' relationships to their material world. Critical reviews of books, exhibitions, and historic sites, artifact studies and reports on collections encourage the use of material evidence in understanding historical change and continuity. MHR is distributed to more than 250 universities, research institutes, museums, and libraries, in 30 countries. It is indexed in America: History and Life, Journal of American History, Technology and Culture's Current Bibliography in the History of Technology, and Annual Bibliography of Ontario History. MHR is also indexed on the CHIP database, available through the Canadian Heritage Information Network (CHIN]. Subscription Rates (Canadian subscribers please add 7% GST) One-Year Two-Year Three-Year * * Individuals $18.00 $32.00 $46.00 Institutions $30.00 $52.00 $77.00 Back Issues $ 8.50 $ 8.50 $ 8.50 * Rates valid until December 31,1995. The Material History Review is published twice a year. Cheques or money orders should be made payable to the National Museum of Science and Technology. Please allow four weeks for back orders. Subscriptions and related correspondence should be addressed to: Finance Division (MHR) National Museum of Science and Technology P.O. Box 9724, Station T Ottawa, Ontario Credit card orders (including name, card number, expiry date, amount and signature] can be faxed to: Finance Division (MHR), Submission of Manuscripts Correspondence concerning contributions, author guidelines and editorial matters should be addressed to the Managing Editor, Material History Review, at the above address. Revue d'histoire de la culture matérielle La Revue d'histoire de la culture matérielle présente des articles et des travaux de recherche ayant fait l'objet de rapports critiques, qui proposent différentes façons d'aborder l'étude et l'interprétation du passé par l'analyse des rapports unissant les Canadiens et leur monde matériel. Des critiques de livres, d'expositions et de lieux historiques, des études d'objets et des articles sur les grandes collections canadiennes favorisent l'utilisation de témoins matériels dans l'interprétation du changement et de la continuité historiques. La Revue est envoyée à plus de 250 universités, instituts de recherche, musées et bibliothèques dans 30 pays. Elle est répertoriée dans America : History and Life, Journal of American History, dans la «Current Bibliography in the History of Technology» publiée dans Technology and Culture, et dans Annual Bibliography of Ontario History. Elle figure également dans la base de données CHIP, accessible par l'entremise du Réseau canadien d'information sur le patrimoine (RCIP). Tarifs d'abonnement (au Canada, ajouter TPS de 7 p. 100) Un an Deux ans Trois ans * * Particuliers 18,00$ 32,00$ 46,00$ Établissements 30,00 $ 52,00 $ 77,00 $ Anciens numéros 8,50 $ 8,50 $ 8,50 $ * Tarifs en vigueur jusqu'au 31 décembre 1995 inclus. La Revue paraît deux fois l'an. Les chèques ou mandats postaux doivent être faits à l'ordre du Musée national des sciences et de la technologie. Il faut compter quatre semaines pour la livraison des anciens numéros. Toute correspondance au sujet des abonnements doit être envoyée à l'adresse suivante : Division des finances (RHCM) Musée national des sciences et de la technologie C.P. 9724, succursale T Ottawa (Ontario) K1G 5A3 Les commandes payées par carte de crédit (comprenant nom, numéro et date d'expiration de la carte, montant et signature) peuvent être acheminées par télécopieur à la Division des finances, au (613) Présentation des manuscrits Toute correspondance concernant les articles ou leur présentation, ainsi que les questions rédactionnelles, doit être adressée au directeur administratif, Revue d'histoire de la culture matérielle, à l'adresse mentionnée plus haut. ISSN $9.00 9,00 $ Canada
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