Contributors / Collaborateurs

Contributors / Collaborateurs

SHARON BABAIAN is a historian and researcher at the National Museum of Science and Technology.

RON BURNETT is the president of the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design. His most recent book is Culture of Visions: Images, Media and the Imaginary.

DUNCAN FERGUSON CAMERON, FMA, FCMA, is a Canadian museologist, teacher, author and consultant.

NICOLE CLOUTIER est historienne de l'art. Détentrice d'un doctorat en histoire de l'Université de Montréal, elle travaille dans le domaine de la muséologie depuis plus de vingt ans.

BRYAN DEWALT is a historian and researcher at the National Museum of Science and Technology.

MARK FERGUSON lives in St John's, where he researches the fisheries and fisheries heritage of Newfoundland.

DAVID JARRAWAY is an associate professor of English at the University of Ottawa, and has published widely in the fields of modern American poetry and contemporary gay and lesbian writing. He is the author of Wallace Stevens and the Question of Belief: "Metaphysician in the Dark."

PAUL NATHANSON, of Montreal, holds degrees in art history and religious studies. His doctoral research explored the relationship between religion and culture.

BRIAN OSBORNE is a professor of geography at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, with a research interest in the creation of national identities.

GERALD POCIUS is editor in chief of Material History Review and co-director of the Centre for Material History Studies at Memorial University of Newfoundland in St John's.

HELEN S. SCHWARTZ is a historical consultant for the Strong Museum in Rochester, New York. She was the historian and writer for the award-winning exhibit, When Barbie Dated G.I. Joe: America's Romance with Cold War Toys.

JOHN SUMMERS is curator of the Maritime Museum of Upper Canada in Toronto. His research interests include historic small craft, nineteenth-century boat building and the amplification of material culture methodology to watercraft studies.