Contributors / Collaborateurs - Contributors / Collaborateurs

Contributors / Collaborateurs

Contributors / Collaborateurs

Alan F.J. Artibise teaches Canadian history at the University of Victoria and is editor of the Urban History Review.

Anita Campbell, a graduate student in Laval University's Centre d'études sur la langue, les arts et les traditions populaires [CÉLAT], has worked on material culture projects at the Glenbow-Alberta Institute and for Parks Canada in Ottawa and Louisbourg.

Yvan Chouinard travaille à l'Inventaire des Biens culturels au ministère des Affaires culturelles du Québec.

Robert Griffin, formerly Curator of the British Columbia Forest Museum in Duncan, B.C. is Industrial History Technician at the British Columbia Provincial Museum.

Judy Keenlyside is author of a forthcoming History Division Paper in the National Museum of Man's Mercury Series, Selected Canadian Spinning Wheels in Perspective: An Analytical Approach.

Zane Lewis, Social History Curator at the British Columbia Provincial Museum, has organized that museum's exhibit on "Yesterday's Child."

Dianne Newell, newly appointed editor of IA: Journal of the Society for Industrial Archaeology, is completing her doctorate in history at the University of Western Ontario.

Peter Priess is an archaeologist in the Prairie Regional Office of Parks Canada who is currently working on Lower Fort Garry.

Ivan W. Sayers is Curator of History at the Vancouver Centennial Museum.

Robert Shipley has carried out research on Canadian war memorials since 1976.

Richard Stuart, a historian with the Prairie Regional Office of Parks Canada, is presently carrying out research on buildings in Dawson, Yukon Territory.