Contributors / Collaborateurs - Contributors / Collaborateurs

Contributors / Collaborateurs

Contributors / Collaborateurs

ANNA ADAMEK, a native of Cracow, Poland, studied the history of literature at Jagiellonion University. She is the library reader services assistant at the National Museum of Science and Technology.

ANNMARIE ADAMS is author of Architecture in the Family Way: Doctors, Houses and Women, 1870-1900. She is an associate professor at the School of Architecture at McGill University in Montreal.

MARION H. BARCLAY is the chief conservator at the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa. She has published and lectured widely on many subjects related to conservation.

BOZENA BILINSKA-KORNAS holds a degree in political science from Jagiellonion University in Cracow, Poland. She is the library technical literature assistant at the National Museum of Science and Technology.

LAURA BRANDON is the chief curator, and former curator of War Art, at the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa.

RANDALL C. BROOKS is the curator of Physical Sciences and Space at the National Museum of Science and Technology. He has a particular interest in astronomical instrumentation.

JANE L. COOK is the SSHRC post-doctoral Material Culture Research Fellow at the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada, and also a research associate at the McCord Museum of Canadian History and Kings Landing Historical Settlement, specializing in the interpretation of Canadian cultural history through the study of furniture.

TIM COOK is a graduate of the Wax Studies program at the Royal Military College of Canada, now working at the National Archives of Canada. He is preparing a book on the Canadian Corps and gas warfare in the First World War.

R. JOHN CORBY, born and educated in the United Kingdom, immigrated to Canada in 1947, where he worked at the National Research Council from 1948 to 1967. He was the curator of Industrial Technology at the National Museum of Science and Technology from 1968 to 1985.

BRYAN DEWALT is the curator of Communications at the National Museum of Science and Technology.

JOHN FLEMING teaches in the French Department at the University of Toronto. He has a particular interest in the material history of eighteenth-century French Canada.

JACQUES R. GIARD is the director of the Centre for Industrial Design Research at Carleton University in Ottawa.

ROBIN INGLIS is the director of the North Vancouver Museum and Archives and the past editor in chief of Material History Review.

SUSAN JAMES is a Master's-level graduate of the School of Architecture at McGill University. Formerly with the National Museum of Science and Technology, she is now an exhibit designer for AldrichPears Associates in Vancouver.

EDWARD J. KEALL is the head of the Near Eastern and Asian Civilizations Department at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto.

RHONA RICHMAN KENNEALLY is a doctoral candidate at the School of Architecture at McGill University in Montreal.

BARBARA KLEMPAN is a lecturer for the Conservation of Cultural Materials Program at the University of Canberra in Australia.

FRANZ KUNGENDER is a museum and heritage consultant with a strong interest in technological history, particularly that of agriculture.

RICHARD MACKINNON is an associate professor at the Culture, Heritage and Leisure Studies department at the University College of Cape Breton in Sydney. His research interests include vernacular architecture, material culture and the regional culture of Cape Breton Island.

TERRY MACLEAN is the chair of the Culture, Heritage and Leisure Studies department at the University College of Cape Breton in Sydney.

JEAN-FRANÇOIS MORE AU, archéologue, est le doyen des Études des cycles supérieurs et de la Recherche à l'Université du Québec à Chicoutimi, où il dirige aussi le Laboratoire d'archéologie.

ELISABETH NAUD est historienne de l'art et chargée de cours à l'Université du Québec à Montréal.

BRIAN S. OSBORNE is a professor of geography at Queen's University in Kingston, with a research interest in landscape, symbolism of place and the construction of national identities.

WALTER PEDDLE is the curator of History at the Newfoundland Museum and a research associate at the Centre for Material Culture Studies at Memorial University in St John's.

LYDIA SHARMAN is an associate professor in the Department of Design Art at Concordia University. She has worked as a professional designer in London, New York and Montreal.

CORY SILVERSTEIN is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Anthropology at McMaster University in Hamilton.

LOUISE TROTTTER est historienne, muséologue et conservatrice de la collection reliée à l'énergie et aux ressources minières au Musée national des sciences et de la technologie.