- Selected Papers
"Just as the Ancients lit fires for the winter solstice, merchants set the city alight, making objects glow in order to rob humans of the desire for light that they carry within them. Happy are those who make it a source of joy, who turn light into a gift." Denise Lemieux, Recherches sociographiques, vol. 7, no 3, 1966
- Selected Papers
"Long, violent and beautiful, winter appears from the outset as a demanding phenomenon. Only those who confront it remain within its territory. Winter then becomes a part of personal and collective identity." Daniel Chartier, Continuité, no 135, 2013
Since winter is here, why not embrace it and go outside to play?
- Journal Portrait
CuiZine is a scholarly journal that invites itself into Canadian kitchens while offering a critical examination of Canadian food cultures.
The journal promotes creativity and original modes of expression; as Renée Desjardins, the editor-in-chief states “after all, we eat and enjoy food with all our senses, so why not replicate this in research?”.
Welcome to CuiZine, a gastronomic feast of food-related research and a journal that feeds both the mind and the senses.
CuiZine nourishes intellectual exchanges on the subject of food in Canada from multicultural perspectives. It aims to provide an innovative academic forum for interdisciplinary discussions surrounding the diverse culinary cultures of Canada, while also providing a venue for dynamic creative content on the subject. CuiZine also serves as a creative outlet for food-themed written and visual pieces.
Published since 1985, Cap-aux-Diamants is a journal entirely dedicated to Quebec history. Both accessible and beautifully illustrated, it revives the social, political and cultural life of ancient times and a past not so far behind. In its pages, one can also find book reviews and numerous columns about, among others, genealogy, art, costumes, postal history and heritage.
Rabaska is the only journal entirely devoted to the study of the cultural heritage of the French in the Americas in their various regional components and manifestations, both the tangible and the intangible. French. It is intended for the scholarly reader both in ethnology and in related heritage disciplines, but is equally aimed at an engaged general readership, notably the student and the public.
Ethnologies is the primary instrument for the promotion of teaching, research and knowledge transfer in the field of ethnology in Quebec and the rest of Canada. Founded in 1979 and formerly called Canadian Folklore Canadien, in 1998 it changed its name to Ethnologies, a pluralized title that expresses the publication's bilingualism and reflects the discipline's diverse contemporary approaches and its multiple areas of study.