Query : GN 3.5 UL 2014
- Beauregard, Annie1
- Brière, Andréanne1
- Carignan, Maude1
- Llorca Loureiro, Iria1
- Michaux, Emmanuel1
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology3
- Biological Anthropology1
- Environmental studies1
- Gender Studies1
Neither Amerindian nor EuroCanadian: a neomoderne approach to culturalism in Canada
In a post-structural perspective that is part of historical anthropology, this thesis describes the phenomenon of recent ethnicisation of groups that identify themselves as being misled in eastern Canada. The aim is to understand this event by addressing it as a cultural process and qualifying it as...
Commercial catalogues as a popular consumer catalyst: the example of kitchen and dining room furniture, 1920-1960
The success of commercial catalogues among the population shows an extraordinary contribution of these mass communication vectors to the history of everyday life. As part of our study, we explore kitchen and dining room furniture contained in a selected corpus of retail catalogues dated between 1920...
Eco-tourism and environmental conservation: the case of Isla Arena, Campeche, Mexico
This memory explores the subject of changes in socio-environmental relations within the community of Isla Arena in the State of Campeche in Mexico. This work is based on the political ecology approach, allowing for the analysis of environmental narratives and practices. Since the creation of the Bio...
Kitchen in the Campesina de ViCos de los Andes Peruvian Community: between local ‘tradition’ and global globalisation
Since prehispanic times, farmers in the Community of ViCos in Peruvian Andes have developed practices and eating habits with which they have been identified. Throughout history, local cooking has been the result of the incorporation and abandonment of inputs, techniques, utensils, knowledge and beha...
Ownership of Inuit domestic space: socio-cultural issues in Kangirsujuaq, Nunavik
The aim of this research is to explore the inhabited nature of the Inuit of the community of Kangirsujuaq, Nunavik, Quebec. More specifically, this research looks at how they live in their home space through their ability to own their homes. The habits of the Kangirsujuarmiut show strong cultural re...