Imaging Collective Identities in the Canadas, 1820-1910
Auteur/ Illustrateur / Sous la direction de : Karen Stanworth
Spectacular, scientific, and educational cultural practices were used to establish and define public identities in the British colonies of nineteenth-century Canada. In Visibly Canadian, Karen Stanworth argues that visual representations were the era's primary mode of expressing identity, and shows how the citizenry of Quebec and Ontario was - or was not - represented in the visual culture of the time.
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|Anglais||Relié||6 ¼ x 9 ¾||49.95 $ CA||476|