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The Social Practice of Crafting: Gender, Class, and Race in Western Craft
This study provides an analysis of Western amateur crafting as a social practice that is informed by a complex matrix of historical, social, cultural, ideological, and economic influences. A historical overview of amateur ...
"Living History" in Canada: Representing Victorian Culture in the Multicultural Present
In this study, I investigate the institutional relationship between heritage, living history, and memory in Canadian living history museums, specifically, historic homes that represent Victorian material culture in the ...
Regulated Freedoms & Disrupted Rituals: Histories of Media Arts Censorship in English Canada
This thesis revisits the effects of moving image regulation, exploring its histories in Canada with an interest in the intersections between arts practitioners and legal processes in the administration of culture. During ...