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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONSDEMANDE DE COMMUNICATIONS A special issue oî Material History Review (No. 44, Fall 1996) will be devoted to the subject of "Housing." Intended to coincide with the opening of a major exhibit on Domestic Technology at the National Museum of Science and Technology, the issue will highlight current research in Housing employing interdisciplinary methods in Material History/Culture. Topics might include the interpretation of cities, neighbourhoods, or houses as artifacts of material culture; technology, food, decorative arts, textiles, and other "stuff of everyday life at home; and, questions of diffusion, production, intention, function, class, meaning, and difference as they are expressed through the material world of Canadian domestic life. Interested researchers should send a 250-word abstract by December 15,1995, to the guest editor: Annmarie Adams School of Architecture McGill University 815 Sherbrooke St. W. Montréal, Québec H3A 2K6 tel. (514) 398-6706 fax (514) 398-7372 Preliminary papers submitted by February 2, 1996, will be submitted to peer review. Final submissions will be due by mid-April 1996. Un numéro spécial de la Revue d'histoire de la culture matérielle (n° 44, automne 1996) sera consacré au « logement » et doit coïncider avec l'ouverture d'une importante exposition sur la technologie domestique au Musée national des sciences et de la technologie. Il fera le point de la recherche qui se fait actuellement sur le logement à l'aide de méthodes interdisciplinaires en matière d'histoire, y compris l'histoire de la culture matérielle. Les sujets peuvent comprendre l'interprétation de villes, de quartiers ou de maisons en tant qu'objets de culture matérielle, la technologie, les aliments, les arts décoratifs, les textiles et autres objets de la vie de tous les jours au foyer, ou encore des questions de diffusion, de production, d'intention, de fonction, de classe, de signification et de différence, bref les sujets exprimés par le milieu matériel de la vie domestique au Canada. Les chercheurs et chercheuses intéressés devraient faire parvenir un résumé de 250 mots de leur communication, au plus tard le 15 décembre 1995, à la rédactrice invitée : Annmarie Adams École d'architecture Université McGill 815, rue Sherbrooke ouest Montréal (Québec) H3A 2K6 Téléphone : (514) 398-6706 Télécopieur : (514) 398-7372 Les communications préliminaires soumises avant le 2 février 1996 seront étudiées par un comité de lecture. Les dernières communications devront nous parvenir avant la mi-avril 1996. Material History Review 42 (Fall 1995) I Revue d'histoire de la culture matérielle 42 (automne 1995) 137 M*% * * ,?¥•> «toi ™ ™ « g — — nim'iiii.i'm SCIENCE & SCIENCES^ TECHNOLOGY TECHNOIXXHE Trofis/oNirafioii 3 1 The Transformation series presents original research on science and technology history and issues in Canada through refereed monographs or collections of shorter studies, consistent with the museum's thematic framework "The Transformation of Canada." No. 1 Babaian, S. Radio Communication in Canada: An Historical and Technological Survey. 1992. ($10) No. 2 Dewalt, B. Building a Digital Network: Data Communications and Digital Telephony, 1950-1990. 1992. ($10) No. 3 Dewalt, B. Technology and Canadian Printing: A History from Lead Type to Lasers. 1995. ($15) No. 4 Wilson, G. A History of Shipbuilding and Naval Architecture in Canada. 1995. ($15) Transformation provides access to research undertaken by curators and researchers for the purposes of museum collection, exhibit and program development. A limited quantity of these publications is available (price includes GST). A cheque or money order payable to the National Museum of Science and Technology must accompany all orders and should be addressed to: Finance Division — Transformation National Museum of Science and Technology P.O. Box 9724, Station T Ottawa, Ontario K1G5A3 La série Transformation présente les travaux originaux de recherche sur l'histoire des sciences et de la technologie au Canada et sur les questions qui s'y rattachent, sous forme de monographies examinées ou de collections d'études plus succinctes s'inscrivant dans le cadre thématique du Musée « La transformation du Canada ». N ° l Babaian, S. Radio Communication in Canada : An Historical and Technological Survey. 1992. (10,00$) N ° 2 Dewalt, B. Building a Digital Network : Data Communications and Digital Telephony, 1950-1990. 1992.(10,00$) N° 3 Dewalt, B. Technology and Canadian Printing : A History from Lead Type to Lasers. 1995. (15,00$) N° 4 Wilson, G. A History of Shipbuilding and Naval Architecture in Canada. 1995. (15,00$) Transformation donne accès aux travaux de recherche entrepris par les conservateurs et les chercheurs pour les fins de la collection du Musée et de l'élaboration d'expositions et de programmes. Une quantité limitée de ces publications est toujours disponible (le prix indiqué comprend la TPS). Veuillez joindre à chaque commande un chèque ou mandat-poste à l'ordre du Musée national des sciences et de la technologie et adresser le tout à la Division des finances - Transformation Musée national des sciences et de la technologie C.P. 9724, Succursale T Ottawa (Ontario) K1G5A3 Canada Material History Review 42 (Fall 1995) I Revue d'histoire de la culture matérielle 42 (automne 1995) 138 The Journal of Military History formerly Military Affairs beginning our sixtieth year; comprehensively indexed, 1937-1994 approximately 200 pages per issue covering all aspects of the history of warfare mailed in January, April, July, and October quarterly book reviews and recent journal articles list annual index and dissertations list SOME REGENT STUDIES: "Canada as a Military Partner: Alliance Politics and the Campaign toRecapture the Aleutian Island of Kiska," by G. R. Pen-as "Social Misfits: Veterans and Soldiers' Families in Servile Russia," by E. K.Wirtschafter "The CIA and the 'Secret War' in Laos: The Battle for Skyline Ridge, 1971-1972," by W. M. Leary Material History Review 42 (Fall 1995) I Revue d'histoire de la culture matérielle 42 (automne 1995) 139 sponsored by the Society for Military History "Shattered Images: Officers of Royal Marines, 1867-1913," by D. F. Bittner"At the Crossroads: Anglo-Australian Naval Relations, 1945-1971, by A. Cooper"The Militarization of the Elizabethan State," by J. S. Nolan "Women in Combat: The World War II Experience in the United States, GreatBritain, Germany and the Soviet Union," by D. Campbell Individual memberships in the Society for Military History are #US 25.00 per year. Institutional subscriptions are #US 45.00. Write to: The Journal of Military History, George C. Marshall Library, Lexington, Virginia, U.S.A. 24450-1600 (or telephone 540/464-7468; fax 540/644-7330) Canadian Historical Association s<K Société historique d u Canada Founded in 1922, the Canadian Historical Association (CHA) is an internationally recognized, bilingual association committed to encouraging historical research and public interest in history, promoting the preservation of historic sites and buildings, and publishing historical works and documents. It lobbies archives, museums, governments, and granting agencies in the interest of historians, particularly on issues relating to the preservation of heritage materials and public access to historical documents. Many members are professional historians, but the CHA also encourages anyone with an interest in history to join. Membership categories include professional, sustaining, general, student, and emeritus as well as affiliated society and institutional members. All members receive: • the Association's Bulletin, a newsletter with topical articles, information on forthcoming conferences, fellowships and research grants, and news from historians and archives across Canada. • the annual Journal of the CHA with the best papers presented at the annual conference; • an average of two Historical Booklets annually as well as booklets from Canada's Ethnic Group series. Other services include a subscription service to numerous learned journals, and a defence fund to protect members when legal costs arise from their work. For more information please contact the Canadian Historical Association 395 Wellington Street Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0N3.Fax: (613) 567-3110 Tel: (613) 233-7885 Material History Review 42 (Fall 1995) I Revue d'histoire de la culture matérielle 42 (automne 1995) 140 I N T R O D U C I N G O U R L A T E S T E X H I B I T Canada's Memorial Theatre and Broadcast Centre is the centrepiece of the Canadian War Museum s expansion and outreach plans - it will connect us with the world. THE $11 MILLION PASSING THE TORCH CAMPAIGN will make the Museum available to all Canadians, wherever they are. Using the latest technology, tap into our 11,000 piece war art collection, join a group on a live satellite link with peace-keepers in the field, look up the history of Canada's wartime sacrifices on the nation's first memorial database, explore the rest of our 500,000 artifacts. Making our past come alive -we're virtually there! Formore information, contact THE FRIENDS OF THE CANADIAN WAR MUSEUM (819) 776-8618 Material History Review 42 (Fall 1995) I Revue d'histoire de la culture matérielle 42 (automne 1995) 141 PASSING T H E T O R C H Honouring, Educating, looking to The Future 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' relationships 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. MHR 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). Subscription Rates (Canadian subscribers please add 7% GST; outside Canada, please pay in $US) One-Year Two-Year Three-Year 1995 1995-1996* 1995-1997* Individuals $18.00 $32.00 $46.00 Institutions $30.00 $52.00 $77.00 Back Issues $ 8.50 $ 8.50 $ 8.50 * Rates valid until December 31,1995. The Material History Review is published twice a year. Cheques or money orders should be made payable to the National Museum of Science and Technology. Please allow four weeks for back orders. Subscriptions and related correspondence should be addressed to: Finance Division (MHR)National Museum of Science and Technology P.O. Box 9724, Station T Ottawa, Ontario KlG 5A3 Credit card orders (including name, card number, expiry date, amount and signature) can be faxed to: Finance Division (MHR), 613 990-3635. Submission of Manuscripts Correspondence concerning contributions, author guidelines and editorial matters should be addressed to the Managing Editor, Material History Review, at the above address. Revue d'histoire de la culture matérielle La Revue d'histoire de la culture matérielle présente des articles et des travaux de recherche ayant fait l'objet de rapports critiques, qui proposent différentes façons d'aborder l'étude et l'interprétation du passé par l'analyse des rapports unissant les Canadiens et leur monde matériel. Des critiques de livres, d'expositions et de lieux historiques, des études d'objets et des articles sur les grandes collections canadiennes favorisent l'utilisation de témoins matériels dans l'interprétation du changement et de la continuité historiques. La Revue est envoyée à plus de 250 universités, instituts de recherche, musées et bibliothèques dans 30 pays. 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