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Ethnographic Accounts of Life in North America's Francophone Metropolis
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Volume 5: Table of Contents
Part I: Ethnic and Religious Groups in Montreal
- Liesure and Identity: Fun Practices of Young Veiled Montrealers
Sertaç Sehlikoglu Karakas
- German Immigrants in Montreal: Investigating Immigration, Integration and Identity
- Seeking "that Kenyan Taste that We Have within Ourselves": Changing Food Practices among Kenyans in Montreal
Part II: Subcultures in Montreal
- "The Look Is the New Message": Hipsters Negotiating a Postmodern Identity
- Fury Now: Boundary Creation and Ritual in the Punk Scene
Part III: Structure and Organization of Society
- Prison Visit: Meeting the "Other" and the Transformation of Personal Stereotypes
- Anthropology on the Street
- Royal Canadian Legion: A Voluntary Organization in Transition
Part IV: Gender, Sexuality, and Love
- Polyamory: Deconstructing the "Traditional" and Reconstructing the Alternative - México City, D.F.
Emiliana Donadi Sánchez
- X-out Boundaries: Private & Public, Symbolic Essay
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Volume 4: Table of Contents
Miriana Vetere: Identity in the Italian Community of Saint-Leonard
- What makes us Italian? A journey into notions of national, community, and personal identity
Tamara Tashi McCarthy: Les langues du Montréal: Following French and English from everyday life to employment opportunities
- A brief history of the French language and consequent tensions are presented through the experiences of the ethnographer.
Catherine Kendler: Urban Gathering: Explorations with Montreal's dumpster divers
- What is dumpster diving and who engages in it? Submerge yourself in garbage cans to get a better understanding of food politics.
Sumayya Ayoub: Duality: the fine balance between sexuality and Arab tradition
- "Coming out" in North America does not entail coming out at home. Discover how some gay Arab men negotiate their sexual identity between two worlds.
Dafna Israel: On Campus Political Space: Behind the scenes of Cinema Politica screening for awareness
- A backstage look at the organizers, the filmmakers, and the participants of this on-campus film screening event.
Ya-Ling Fan: Me and the Library
- An auto-ethnography written through the discovery of the differences that can bring people together in a shared setting.
Marth A. Elvir Prieto: Women, Children, and the Playgrounds of Montreal
- The culture of motherhood explored through outings to the local playground. Commonalities are unravelled through the experience of mothers as it intersects with the love for place and a stage in the journey into motherhood.
Elisabeth Callahan: No Fixed Meaning: An ethnographic photo essay
- Why did you get that tattoo? The cultural phenomenon of tattoos is explored in a collaborative undertaking.
Rayah Al-Mashal: An Arabian Cultural Juxtaposition: "Negotiating identities and ascertaining equilibrium" in multi-sited social communities in Canada
- A nattartive-based literary approach that illustrates the life experiences of three Arab Muslim women studying in Montreal.
Natalie Blais: The Herouxville Declaration: Accommodation hearings: What is "reasonable accommodation" of "others"?
- Individuals' perceptions and understandings of accommodation and intercultural differences are explored.
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