Contributors / Collaborateurs

Contributors / Collaborateurs

JOHN B. COLLINS is Curatorial Assistant, Canadian Art, at the National Gallery of Canada. His graduate work at Carleton University was on Canadian industrial design.

JEAN-ROCH CYR est étudiant au doctorat à l'Université de Montréal. Il effectue présentement ses recherches de thèse sur la colonisation agricole au Nouveau-Brunswick entre 1930 et 1940.

JOYCE TAYLOR DAWSON is a researcher, lecturer and embroiderer who specializes in the embroideries of early Canada. She is proprietor and conservator at the Textile Conservancy, Dundas, Ontario.

ROBERT S. ELLIOT is a curator (History of Technology) at the New Brunswick Museum, Saint John.

DAVID J. GOA is Curator of Folk Life at the Provincial Museum of Alberta, Edmonton.

RICHARD MACKINNON teaches Folklore and Museum Studies at the University College of Cape Breton and is a doctoral candidate in Folklore and Material Culture at Memorial University of Newfoundland.

RICHARD E. MORLAN is Curator of Plains Archaeology, Archaeological Survey of Canada, Canadian Museum of Civilization.

BRENDA ORR is Curator of the Moncton Museum, Moncton, New Brunswick.

JOHN SUMMERS is Interpretive Supervisor (Domestic), Historic Fort York, and holds a Masters Degree in Museum Studies from the University of Toronto.

MARY TIVY is currently on leave from her position as Assistant Director of the Museum and Archives of Games at the University of Waterloo to pursue a Ph.D. in Cultural History and Folklore.

A.J.B. JOHNSTON is a historian at Fortress Louisbourg National Historic Park, Louisbourg, Nova Scotia.

ROBERTB. KLYMASZ, a folklorist, is Curator of the East European Programme at the Canadian Centre for Folk Culture Studies, Canadian Museum of Civilization.

JIM WARDROP is Head, History, at the Royal British Columbia Museum (formerly the British Columbia Provincial Museum), Victoria.