FSAC 2005 – Programme

Twenty-ninth réunion annuelle
Université Sainte-Anne – Church Point, Nova Scotia
May 19-22 2005

 

 

 Wednesday – Thursday – Friday – Saturday – Sunday

 

 

– Rooms: All sessions will be held in the Louis-R.-Comeau Library building.

 

 

Wednesday May 18

 

 

Registration

6:30-8:00 p.m.  – Room B27

 

 

Thursday May 19

 

 

Registration

8:30-9:00 a.m.  – Room B27

 

9:00-10:30 a.m.

 

Session 1A Food as Performance

Chair: Philip Hiscock – Room B31

 

Ian Brodie Tim Hortons’ Patronage as Cultural Performance

Holly Everett The Good, the Bad and the Citizen

Jodi McDavid Food as Facilitator in Campus Rites and Expressions

 

Session 1B Group Performance and Transmission

Chair / Présidente : Anne-Hélène Kerbiriou – Room B34

 

Marie-Christine Gagnon L’automobile, prolongement de la maison? Étude ethnologique de l’aménagement intérieur de l’automobile

Mona-Élise Sévigny Le Noël du campeur ou le père Noël en pédalo

Geneviève Saint-Jacques-Thériault La vente de garage: interactions et transferts d’objets

 

 

10:30-10:45 a.m.

 

Pause (- Room B27)

 

10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

 

Session 2A Dynamics of Tradition

Chair: David Gregory – Room B31

 

Natalie Kononenko Computer-Assisted Experiments in Variation

Mariya Lesiv The Ukrainian Easter Egg Pysanka: Its Transformation in Canada

Daniela Moisa La Maison du Pays d’Oas comme forme d’affirmation de la réussite, dans le contexte de la mobilité étendue (Roumanie, 1970-2004)

 

Session 2B Marriage: Ritual and Custom

Chair / Présidente : Luisa Del Giudice – Room B34

 

Pauline Greenhill Make the Night Hideous: Charivari and Death in Manitoba

Jean-Pierre Pichette De la Mégère apprivoisée (1594) au Roman de Julie Papineau (1995 [1826]). Origines d’un rituel du mariage franco-ontarien

Evelyn Osborne Uncovering Adult Issues in Children’s Kissing Games: The Case of “King William was King George’s Son”

 

12:15-1:30 p.m.

 

Lunch / Dîner (Building # 9 Cafétéria or other)

 

FSAC Executive Meeting

 

1:30-3:00 p.m.

 

Session 3A Depiction in Song : Between Legend and History

Chair / Présidente : Beverly Diamond – Room B31

 

David Gregory Myth or History? Broadside Balladry and the Search for Robin Hood, 1795-1888

Philip Hiscock “Gonna be a Time Tonight”: Newfoundland Songs about Parties

Peter Narváez “Shoot the Cat”: Ballad Variant or Ecotype?

 

Session 3B Tourism : Travel Around the Self

Chair / Présidente : Laurier Turgeon – Room B34

 

Christine Bricault La Route des vins de Brome-Missisquoi (Cantons-de-l’Est, Québec)

Karine Laviolette Des Québécois à Gravelbourg

Habib Saidi Silence, on re-tourne: théât-réalité er re-tourisme en Tunisie

 

3:00-3:15 p.m.

 

Pause (- Room 27)

 

3:15-4 :45 p.m.

 

Session 4A Music and Musicians : Memories (Re)discovered

Chair: Yves Bergeron – Room B31

 

Jean-François Plante Les Musiciens militaires en Nouvelle-France

Paul-André Dubois Les Manuscrits de chant religieux de l’abbé Pierre Maillard (v. 1710-1762). Témoins de la vie chrétienne dans les missions micmaques d’Acadie à la fin du Régime français

Beverly Diamond Recovering Memory? Remixing Tradition

 

Session 4B Narrative : Current Contexts, Different Sources

Chair / Présidente : Jodi McDavid – Room B34

 

James Moreira Bridging Oral History and Prehistory: Contemporary Field Interviews in Research on Early Native Hunting Practices

Lynda Strukoff Non-Ethnography as Ethnography: Making Use of a Punk Rock Tour Diary

Anya Zub “If you don’t have anything nice to say, come sit next to me”: Gossip and Talk in Residence

 

4:45-5:00 p.m.

 

Pause

 

5:00-6:30 p.m.

 

Session 5A Student Meeting

Chairs: Jodi McDavid / Christine Bricault – Room B31

 

Session 5B Professionals Meeting (including faculty)

Chairs: Jamie Moreira / Laurier Turgeon – Room B34

 

7:00 p.m.

 

Official welcome from the Rector of Université Sainte-Anne (Building # 3)

 

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Friday May 20

 

 

9:00-10:30 a.m.

 

Session 6C Round Table: The work of the Canada Research Chairs

Chair: Michael Taft, Building # 1, Théâtre

 

Beverly Diamond Traditional Music / Ethnomusicology, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Saint-John (July / juillet 2002)

Laurier Turgeon Patrimoines ethnologiques des francophones d’Amérique, Université Laval, Québec (June / juin 2003)

Jean-Pierre Pichette Oralité des francophonies minoritaires d’Amérique, Université Sainte-Anne, Pointe-de-l’Église (July / juillet 2004)

Richard MacKinnon Intangible Cultural Heritage, University College of Cape-Breton, Sydney (October / octobre 2004)

 

10:30-10:45 a.m. / 10h30 à 10h45

 

Pause (Building  # 1)

 

10:45 a.m.-11:45 p.m.

 

Session 7A Museology and Research

Chair: Natalie Kononenko, Building # 1, Théâtre

Yves Bergeron Naissance de l’ethnologie et émergence de la muséologie au Québec (1936-1945)

Michael Taft Constructing the Ethnographic Thesaurus: The Work to Date

 

12:00-6:30 p.m.

 

Excursion to the site of the village of Belle-Isle, and tours of Port-Royal and Fort Anne: Presentation on Acadian material culture, 1679-1755, by Marc Lavoie, director of the archaelogical excavation programme

 

7 p.m.

 

Banquet (Building  # 9, Cafétéria)

 

Remise du prix Marius-Barbeau : Awarding of the Marius Barbeau Medal

 

Five Acadian songs from Port-au-Port Peninsula (Newfoundland)

 

Artistes de la Baie Sainte-Marie

 

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Saturday May 21

 

 

9:00-10:30 a.m.

 

Session 8A Perceptions and Practices: Women and Tradition in Atlantic Canada

Chair: Jamie Moreira – Room B31

 

Diane Tye From Daughter to Mother? Exploring Generational Continuity

Anne Lafferty Different Perceptions of Gender Roles in Newfoundland

Rosie Patch The Many Meanings of Newfoundland Trigger Mitts

 

Session 8B Times Imagined, Reconstructed and Reinvented

Chair: Richard MacKinnon – Room B34

 

Luisa Del Giudice Mountains of Cheese, Rivers of Wine: Paese di Cuccagna and Other Gastronomic Utopias

Ronald Labelle Le Tintamarre en Acadie: une «tradition» inventée et réinventée

Julie LeBlanc Only Skirts in the Kitchens: The Role of Eighteenth-Century Female Re-enactors

 

10:30-10:45 a.m.

 

Pause (- Room B 27)

 

10:45-11:45 p.m.

 

Session 9A Minorities and Visible Identity

Chair: Pauline Greenhill – Room B31

 

Lynne McNeill Roaming Gnomes, Travel Bugs and Inuksuit: Chain Objects, Displaced Communities and Sequential Collaborative Creation

Mary Piercey Inuit Identity

 

Session 9B Narratives: Ancient Devils and New Beliefs

Chair: Jean Simard – Room B34

 

Andrea Kitta A Shot in the Dark: Vaccine Urban Legends and Conspiracies

Denise Lamontagne Le Diable danseur, un dieu qui s’impose

 

12:15-1:30 p.m.

 

Inviter un(e) étudiant(e) à déjeuner

 

1:30-3:00 p.m.

 

Session 10A Identity: Newfoundland Constructions of Self

Chair: Peter Narváez – Room B31

 

Kelly Best “Like True Newfoundlanders”: Constructions of Newfoundland Cultural Identity

Lynn Matte Identity construction and comprehending crisis through oral narratives

Sarah Moore Perceptions of Newfoundland Identity through Folksong: An Examination of Joy Norman “Cape Shore Lady”

 

Session 10B Women’s Civic Roots

Chair / Présidente : Diane Tye – Room B34

 

Maria Mateoniu Le «Décret 410». Ancrage temporel de l’identité des religieuses du couvent de Saint-Nicolas (Roumanie)

Richard MacKinnon The Buildings of Mary Arnold: Feminist, Architect and Community Economic Developer

 

3:00-3:15 p.m.

 

Pause

 

3:00-4:15 p.m.

 

Session 10B Film : La Route de la foi

Chair: Ronald Labelle,  Building # 1, Théâtre

Jean Simard Présentation et projection du film La Route de la foi (28 min.), consacré au pèlerinage de Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré (Québec) par son scénariste

Denise Lamontagne Commentaires

 

4:15-4:30 p.m.

 

Pause (Building  # 1)

 

4:30-6:00 p.m.

 

AGM,  Building # 1, Théâtre

 

7:00 p.m.

 

Invitation to a local author’s book launch

 

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Dimanche May 22

 

Free tour with guide : visit Baie-Sainte-Marie (Clare) and the Par-en-bas region (Pubnico, Historic Acadien Village)

 

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