Contributors / Collaborateurs - Contributors / Collaborateurs

Contributors / Collaborateurs

Contributors / Collaborateurs

Robert H. Babcock is Chairman of the Department of History, University of Maine at Orono.

Francis Back, illustrateur à Montréal, a travaillé pour l'Office national du film et Radio-Canada et se spécialise dans les sujets historiques.

Gregg Finley, formerly Chief Curator of History at the New Brunswick Museum, is currently pursuing doctoral studies in material history at the University of New Brunswick.

David Flemming is a curator at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic in Halifax.

Claudia Haagen, formerly Registrar at the Nova Scotia Museum, is pursuing graduate studies at the University of British Columbia.

Janet Holmes is a curatorial assistant in the Canadiana Department of the Royal Ontario Museum.

Eileen Marcil poursuit sa thèse de doctorat à l'université Laval sur la construction navale au Québec au dix-neuvième siècle.

Jocelyne Mathieu, professeur au sein du programme d'arts et traditions populaires du département d'histoire de l'université Laval, a obtenu son doctorat à l'École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales à Paris.

Debra McNabb, a graduate student at the University of British Columbia, is now living in Glace Bay and preparing an architectural history of Sydney, Nova Scotia, for the Old Sydney Society.

Davie Neufeld is a consultant in engineering and transportation history working in the prairie region.

Alison Prentice teaches at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. She and Marta Danylewycz, whose research on Quebec informs much of the article presented here, are involved in a major comparative study of the history of teachers and teaching in Quebec and Ontario.

Sharon Reilly is Curator of History and Technology at the Manitoba Museum of Man and Nature.

Peter E. Rider of the National Museum of Man is currently working on an urban history of Charlottetown.

Frances Roback, an assistant curator in the Cultural History Department of the Glenbow Museum, has been researching the Canadian musical instrument industry as a personal interest.

David-Thiery Ruddel is Quebec Historian in the History Division, National Museum of Man.

Anita Rush, a graduate of the Master of Museum Studies programme at the University of Toronto, is currently a Master of Public Administration student at Carleton University.

Hilary Russell has researched various aspects of nineteenth-century domestic life for the Historical Research Division, National Historic Parks and Sites, Parks Canada.

Robert D. Turner is Industrial History Curator at the British Columbia Provincial Museum.

Luce Vermette est historienne à la Direction des parcs et lieux historiques nationaux à Ottawa.