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LABOUR/LE TRAVAIL JOURNAL OF CANADIAN REVUE D'ÉTUDES LABOUR STUDIES OUVRIÈRES CANADIENNES SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER/OFFRE SPÉCIALE While the supply lasts, new subscribers may purchase sets of the journal at a special bargain rate of $260.Avec tout nouvel abonnement, l'abonné peut aussi acquérir la série complète de la revue pour le prix modique de 260$ aussi longtemps que nos réserves de numéros anciens ne seront pas épuisées. Subscribers for 1993 will receive/Les abonnés pour 1993 recevront: Labour/Le Travail 31 (Spring/Printemps 1993) will include articles by Rusty Bitterman, Christina Burr, Terry Wotherspoon, Ann Porter, and Ralph Peter Guntzel.Labour/Le Travail 32 (Fall/Automne 1993) will include articles by David Frank, W.J.C. Cherwinski, and Joan Sangster. 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Material History Review 37 (Spring 1993) I Revue d'histoire de la culture matérielle 37 (printemps 1993) 85 THE AMERICAN REVIEW C g J OF CANADIAN STUDIES Interdisciplinary quarterly journal published by the Association for Canadian Studies in the United States (ACSUS) devoted to scholarly discussion of issues relating to Canada. Articles accessible to non-specialists share space with others more specialized in nature. Extensive book review section keeps readers of all disciplines informed of recent publications in the field of Canadian studies. Editor: Lee Briscoe Thompson University of Vermont Associate Editor (Book Reviews): Robert W. Thacker St. Lawrence University Managing Editor: Richard I. Hunt University of Vermont 4 issues per year: $45.00—individuals $90.00—institutions The Review is distributed free of charge to all members of ACSUS. Back issues are available. 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ACSUS Material History Review 37 (Spring 1993) I Revue d'histoire de la culture matérielle 37 (printemps 1993) BridgingTechnology and Culture The International Quarterly of the Society for the History of Technology Far-reaching interdisciplinary studies Technology and Culture presents historical and social studies of technology, drawing on the expertise of various specialists: historians, sociologists, curators, archivists, and engineers. Their contributions—on topics ranging from architecture to agriculture to aeronautics—provide a broad-based and authoritative resource to enhance your own research. Timely and enduring research tools Each issue of Technology and Culture offers readers an extensive review section, featuring some 30-40 book reviews and reviews of museum exhibitions. 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Material History Review 37 (Spring 1993) I Revue d'histoire de la culture matérielle 37 (printemps 1993) 89 Forthcoming inMaterial History Review 38, Fall 1993 Articles planned for this issue include: Influence of Hudson's Bay Company Dress Goods on Carrier and Coast Salish Dress, 1830-1850 by Nicholette Prince; The John Sebastian Helmcken Medical Collection: The Material History of Nineteenth Century Medical Practitioner's Armamentarium by David Farrell; The Material Culture of the Welsh Community in the Three Canadian Cities of Ottawa, Montreal and Toronto by Paul Birt; and Ambrotypes: Positively Capturing the Past by Philippe Maurice. Also included will be a full complement of exhibit and book reviews. Your subscription guarantees your copy. Why not let a colleague know about this informative issue? Simply consult the inside back cover for ordering details. À venir dans laRevue d'histoire de la culture matérielle n° 38, automne 1993 Au nombre des textes à paraître : Influence of Hudson's Bay Company Dress Goods on Carrier and Coast Salish Dress, 1830-1850, de Nicholette Prince; The John Sebastian Helmcken Medical Collection: The Material History of Nineteenth Century Medical Practitioner's Armamentarium, de David Farrell; The Material Culture of the Welsh Community in the Three Canadian Cities of Ottawa, Montreal and Toronto, de Paul Birt; et Ambrotypes: Positively Capturing the Past, de Philippe Maurice. Vous y trouverez également de nombreux comptes rendus d'ouvrages et d'expositions. En vous abonnant, vous aurez l'assurance de recevoir votre exemplaire. Et pourquoi ne pas parler à vos collègues de cette précieuse mine de renseignements? Reportez-vous aux instructions de commande à la troisième couverture. Material History Review 37 (Spring 1993) I Revue d'histoire de la culture matérielle 37 (printemps 1993) 90 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' relationship 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. The Review 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). 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