Agenda: 2006 Workshop – Horaire: atelier 2006

New Directions in Women’s 

Material Culture and Public History

October 31, 2006, Canadian Museum of Civilization

10:00am to 4:00pm – Cascades Lounge- $20, lunch included

 

This one-day workshop, presented by the Archaeology and History Division at the Canadian Museum of Civilization, will address questions related to the study of women and public history in Canada.  A series of short discussion papers by participants from a wide range of disciplines (including art history, commemoration of historic sites, museology, archives, archaeology and academia) will be followed by a round-table workshop.  The workshop’s goal is the formation of a professional working group on women and public history. 

 

10:00-11:30- Panel 1:  Defining and portraying women’s material culture and history.  What is a women’s object?  How can we more effectively represent women’s history in a public history context?

 

Sharon Reilly, Manitoba Museum

Dianne Dodd, Parks Canada

Myron Momryk, Library and Archives of Canada, retired

Krista Cooke, Canadian Museum of Civilization     

Facilitator: Jennifer Lonergan, Parks Canada

 

11:30-12:45-  Lunch

 

12:45-2:15-     Panel 2:  Exploring Women’s Lives through Material Culture and Public History

                                   

Laura Brandon, Canadian War Museum

Christina Bates, Canadian Museum of Civilization

Phaedra Livingstone, University of Toronto

Facilitator:  Amber Lloydlangston, Canadian War Museum

 

2:30-4:00-       Workshop session: Questions and Future Directions

 

Nouvelles orientations dans le domaine de la culture matérielle des femmes et de l’histoire publique

Le 31 octobre 2006, au Musée canadien des civilisations

de 10 h à 16 h – Salon des Cascades –  20 $, repas du midi inclus

 

Cet atelier d’une journée organisé par la Division d’archéologie et d’histoire du Musée canadien des civilisations portera sur des questions relatives à l’étude des femmes et de l’histoire publique au Canada. Une série de brèves communications par des participants d’un large éventail de disciplines (’histoire de l’art, commémoration des lieux historiques, muséologie, archives, archéologie et milieu universitaire, notamment) sera suivie d’un atelier sous forme de table ronde. Le but de l’atelier est la constitution d’un groupe de travail professionnel sur les femmes et l’histoire publique.

 

10 h – 11 h 30         Communications 1: Définir et illustrer la culture matérielle et l’histoire des femmes. Qu’est-ce qu’un objet féminin? Comment pouvons nous mieux raconter l’histoire des femmes dans le cadre de l’histoire publique?

 

Sharon Reilly, Manitoba Museum

Dianne Dodd, Parks Canada

Myron Momryk, Library and Archives of Canada, en retraite

Krista Cooke, Canadian Museum of Civilization     

Animatrice: Jennifer Lonergan, Parks Canada

 

11 h 30 – 12 h 45   Repas

12 h 45 – 14 h 15   Communications 2 : Explorer la vie des femmes à travers la culture matérielle et l’histoire publique

 

Laura Brandon, Canadian War Museum

Christina Bates, Canadian Museum of Civilization

Phaedra Livingstone, University of Toronto

Animatrice:  Amber Lloydlangston, Canadian War Museum

 

14 h 30 – 16 h        Atelier : Questions et orientations futures

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