Contributors / Collaborateurs - Contributors / Collaborateurs

Contributors / Collaborateurs

Contributors / Collaborateurs

SHARON BABAIAN is a historian and reseacher at the National Museum of Science and Technology in Ottawa.

DUNCAN FERGUSON CAMERON, FMA, FCMA, is a writer, teacher and frequent commentator on museum studies. He lives in Calgary, Alberta.

TASSLYN L. FRAME is a doctoral candidate in history at Case Western Reserve University, in Cleveland, Ohio. Her dissertation deals with the construction of national identities and social memories in national museums—primarily the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C.

A. J. B. JOHNSTON, author of many books on eighteenth-century Louisbourg, is a historian at Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia.

DENIS LABORDE est un ethnologue associé au Laboratoire d'anthropologie des institutions et des organisations sociales du Centre national de la recherche scientifique à Paris.

BARBARA LE BLANC est ethnologue et professeur au Département des sciences de l'éducation de l'Université Sainte-Anne.

DAVID LOWENTHAL is Emeritus Professor of Geography and Honorary Research Fellow at University College, London, and author of The Past is a Foreign Country and The Heritage Crusade and the Spoils of History.

TERRY MACLEAN hold a PhD in Museum Studies from the University of Leicester. He is currently an associate professer in the Department of Culture, Heritage and Leisure studies at the University College of Cape Breton, and author of the book Louisbourg Heritage: From Ruins to Reconstruction.

LUCIE K. MORISSET is a professor at the Department of Urban and Tourism Studies at the University of Quebec at Montreal. Her publications include Arvida, cité industrielle: une épopée urbaine en Amérique.

MICHAEL S. NASSANEY is an associate professor of anthropology at Western Michigan University and director of the Southwest Michigan Historical Landscape Project.

PAUL NATHANSON of Montreal holds degrees in art history and religious studies. He is the author of Over the Rainbow: The Wizard of Oz as a Secular Myth of America.

CAROL A. NICKOLAI is a PhD candidate in anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania. Her research interests include landscape, gender, material culture and public archaelogy.

LUC NOPPEN is a professor in the School of Architecture at Laval University. His publications include Québec, de roc et de pierres: la capitale en architecture, which he co-authored with Lucie K. Morisset.

SUSAN PEARCE joined the Department of Museum Studies at the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom inl984 and is now Dean of the Faculty of Arts in 1996.

CAMERON PULSIFER is Senior Historian at die Canadian War Museum in Ottawa.

PHILIP V. SCARPINO is chair and associate director of Public History at Indiana University in Indianapolis.

LOUISE TROTTIER 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.

LAURIER TURGEON, historien et eumologue, enseigne au Département d'histoire de l'Université Laval et dirige le Centre d'études interdisciplinaires sur les lettres, les arts et les traditions des francophones en Amérique du Nord.

DIANE TYE is an associate professor in the Department of Folklore at Memorial University of Newfoundland in St John's.