Table of contents

Introduction:
Landscapes and Landmarks of Canada: Real, Imagined, (Re)Viewed

1. Canada: Islands, Landscapes,
and Landmarks / Stephen A. Royle

2. Science at Service of
Sublime Landscapes: Scientific Ecology and the Preservation of Canada’s
Wilderness Landmarks in 1970s Quebec / Olivier Craig-Dupont

3. Patriotisms of the People:
Understanding the Highway of Heroes as a Canadian National Landmark / Tracey
Raney

4. Material Differences: Ethnic
Identity and the Power of Things in Greater Sudbury / Tim Nieguth

5.   “Our Home and Native
Land”: Invocations of the Land in the 2011 Canadian Federal Election / Shauna
Wilton

6. Memorializing an Imagined
Past: Evangeline and the Acadian Deportation / Jane Moss

7. Time and Space in the
Nationalism of Thomas D'Arcy McGee / David A. Wilson

8.  Contesting Historical
Space: The Campaign to Have Grosse Île Designated a National Historic Site with
the Irish Dimension as Its Main Theme | Pádraig Breandán Ó Laighin

9. Environmental Exposure: Two
films “de légitime défense”: Richard Desjardins and Robert Monderie: L’erreur
boréale / Forest Alert (1999) and Trou Story / The Hole Story (2011)
/ Rachel Killick

10.  Postcolonial
Territorial Landmarks within Canada’s Multiculturalism: The Myth of
Virility / Édith-Anne Pageot

11. Mapping the Migrant
Experience in the Works of Gabrielle Roy / Julie Rodgers

12. The Green Fields of Canada
- Forgotten! A Reappraisal of Irish traditional Music History in Canada /
Gearóid Ó hAllmhuráin

13. The Contemporary Powwow in Eastern Canada: A Practice of Gathering /
Dalie Giroux and Amélie-Anne Mailhot

Description

This book shows how the natural landscape and the built environment are both the product of and actors in the creation of ideological notions of Canada. Interdisciplinary in focus, it offers a perspective on land, landscape, and landmarks in Canada by scholars from the UK, Ireland, and the US, as well as Canadian-based scholars from France, Ireland, and Canada.