Les magazines, l'imaginaire du voyage et la culture moyenne au Canada, 1925-1960

Publications

Site Internet

Ce site est l’une des publications majeures. Il a été créé par le service « Enhanced Web Development Service » de l’Université de Strathclyde et le contenu a été essentiellement conçu par Cristina Judge.

Inventaire

Nous avons fait l’inventaire du contenu des titres choisis des magazines « Mayfair » et « La Revue moderne » sur notre site: http://search.middlebrowcanada.org/ms-fr/. Ces données, issues des tables des matières des magazines, seront disponibles sur le site du CSÉC : Collaboratoire scientifique des écrits du Canada, basé à l’Université d’Alberta. Notre projet est l’un des projets pilote du CSÉC.

Livre

Un contrat a été signé avec la maison d’édition « Liverpool University Press » pour la publication d’une monographie qui s’intitule, pour le moment, « Magazines, Travel and Middlebrow Culture: Canadian Periodicals 1925-1960 ».

Numéro thématique d’un journal

Notre proposition pour un numéro thématique intitulé « Imprimé, mobilité et culture moyenne / Print culture, mobility, and the middlebrow » a été approuvée par le comité de rédaction de la Revue internationale des études canadiennes . Ce numéro double paraîtra en automne 2013 et contiendra 13 articles préparés pour notre séminaire de recherche.

Chapitre de livre

Hammill, Faye and Michelle Smith. 'Canadian Magazines, Cosmopolitanism, and Travel.'  Submitted for publication in The Oxford Handbook of Canadian Literature, ed. Cynthia Sugars.

Articles

Smith, Michelle. 'Mainstream Magazines, Middlebrow Fiction, and Leslie Gordon Barnard’s "The Winter Road."' Studies in Canadian Literature (Autumn 2012): 7-30.

Smith, Michelle and Hannah McGregor. ‘Middlebrow Aspiration in Martha Ostenso’s Magazine Fiction.’  International Journal of Canadian Studies (Autumn 2013). In press.

Smith, Michelle. 'Fiction and the Nation: The Construction of Canadian Identity in Chatelaine and Canadian Home Journal during the 1930s and 1940s.'  British Journal of Canadian Studies. (Spring 2014). In press.

Présentations et sessions de conférence

Hammill, Faye and Danielle Fuller. 'Developments and Innovations in Canadian Literary Study.' Plenary address. 'Where is Here Now?: Canadian Literary Study Today' symposium. British Library: Eccles Centre for American Studies. 12 Sept 2011.

Hammill, Faye and Michelle Smith. 'Magazines, Travel, and Middlebrow Culture: Places to Start.' Space/Place/Play Conference, Ryerson University, Toronto, 28-29 Oct. 2011.

Hammill, Faye. 'Wilderness / Sophistication.' Eccles Lecture, British Association for Canadian Studies annual conference, 4-6 April 2012. A published version is forthcoming in the Eccles Centre lecture series.

Smith, Michelle and Kirsten MacLeod. 'The Magazine, The Archive, and the Middlebrow.' Invited workshop presentation. The Popular and The Middlebrow conference, Newcastle University, 12 April 2012.

Smith, Michelle. 'A Selected Class of Traveller: Canadian Magazines and the Culture of Aspiration.'  Magazines, Travel, and Middlebrow Culture Colloquium, Carleton University, Ottawa, 24-25 May 2012.

Hammill, Faye. 'Modes de Paris: fashion, distinction and excess in mainstream Canadian periodicals.' Editing Modernism in Canada Colloquium, Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris, 28-30 June 2012.

Smith, Michelle. 'The Pursuit of Elegance: Advice and Advertisements for Parisian Travel in Canadian Magazines of the 1920s and 1930s.'  Editing Modernism in Canada Colloquium, Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris, 28-30 June 2012.

Smith, Michelle. 'Knowledge well-worth travelling mountainous seas to acquire': Paris, Mayfair, and the Culture of Aspiration.  European Society for Periodical Research, University of Ghent, 5-6 October 2012.

Hammill, Faye. Contribution about Canadian magazines, roundtable on 'Fashion, Material Culture and National Identity', Modernist Studies Association annual conference, Las Vegas, 18-21 October 2012.

Smith, Michelle. 'Representations of Mobility in Canadian Magazines during the Second World War.' War Group Seminar Series, Centre for the Social History of Health and Healthcare, University of Strathclyde and Glasgow Caledonian University. 7 Nov. 2012.

Hammill, Faye. 'Schiaparelli in Montreal: Fashion, Modernism, and the Middlebrow in Canadian Magazines.' Alternative Modernisms conference, Cardiff University. 15-18 May 2013.

Alexander, Rachael. 'The quest for the perfect home: consumption, consumerism and advertising in Ladies' Home Journal and Canadian Home Journal.' Advertising and Consumer Culture conference, University of York. 31 May 2013

Hammill, Faye. '"the easy allure of flivver dressing": Originality, mass production, and Canadian fashion reporting.' AHRC Network symposium: 'Dress: Art and Industry'. University of Exeter. 11 July 2013

Hammill, Faye, Paul Hjartarson and Hannah McGregor. Seminar on 'The Everyday versus the Event: Magazines, Fashionability, and the Digital Turn.'  Modernist Studies Association annual conference, University of Sussex. 29 August - 1 September 2013.

Nous avons également donné des versions de nos présentations au Canadian Literature Reading Group de l’Université de Strathclyde.

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