Building new bridges : sources, methods, and interdisciplinarity / edited by Jeff Keshen, Sylvie Perrier = Bâtir de nouveaux ponts : sources, méthodes et interdisciplinarité / sous la direction de Jeff Keshen, Sylvie Perrier.
Contributor(s): Keshen, Jeff | Perrier, Sylvie.Material type: BookPublisher: Ottawa [Ont.] : University of Ottawa Press = Les Presses de l'Université d'Ottawa, ©2005Description: 1 online resource (277 pages) : illustrations.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 0776605933; 0776615521; 9780776605937; 9780776615523.Other title: Bâtir de nouveaux ponts.Subject(s): Humanities -- Methodology -- Congresses | Social sciences -- Methodology -- Congresses | Social Sciences -- General | Social Sciences | Sciences humaines -- Méthodologie -- Congrès | Sciences sociales -- Méthodologie -- Congrès | Humanities -- Methodology | Social sciences -- Methodology | Social theory | Society and social sciences Society and social sciences | Sociology and anthropology | SociologyGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Building new bridges.DDC classification: 300/.1 Online resources: Digital version
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Papers presented at a conference held at the University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ont., May 8-9, 2004.
Text in English and French.
Includes bibliographical references.
Vellum and vaccinium : documentary and archaeological evidence in the study of medieval produce / Charlotte Masemann -- Talking numbers : deconstructing engineering discourse / James Hull -- Model behaviour : a material culture approach to the history of anatomy models / Susan Lamb -- Re-disciplining the body / Lisa Helps -- The uncooperative primary source : literary recovery versus historical fact in the strange production of Cogewea / Robert Strong -- Reading books/reading lives : culture, language, and power in nineteenth-centurym school readers / Barbara Lorenzkowski -- Rigeur et sensibilité dans un parcours historien / Hubert Watelet -- Inside out : the use and inadvertent misuse of oral histories / Laura E. Ettinger -- Les sources jurisdiques au service de l'histoire socio-culturelle de la France médiévale et moderne / Kouky Fianu, Sylvie Perrier -- Revisiting quantitative methods in immigration history : immigrant files in the archives of the Russian consulates in Canada / Vadim Kukushkin -- Réflexions sur la question indentitaire d'après les recensements informatisés : l'exemple des "Suisses" en Ontario (1871-1881) / Samy Khalid -- The politics of sources and definitions / Cristina Bradatan -- Reporting the People's War : Ottawa (1914-1918) / Jeff Keshen -- Documents in bronze and stone : memorials and monuments as historical sources / Jonathan F. Vance -- The evidence of omission in art history's texts / Katherine Romba -- Images : mode(s) d'emploi / Mélanie de Groote -- What do the radio programs reveal? : content analysis versus accidental sampling in early Canadian radio history / Anne F. MacLennan -- Television as a historical source : using images in cultural history / Caroline-Isabelle Caron -- "Wie es eigenlich gewesen?" : early film as historical source? / Michel S. Beaulieu -- Evidence of what? : changing answers to the question of historical sources as illustrated by research using the census / Chad Gaffield.
Questions of methodology and the use of sources are fundamental to all academic disciplines. In recent years, this topic has become far more challenging as scholars are increasingly adopting an interdisciplinary approach to achieve richer and deeper analyses, particularly in the humanities and social sciences. "Building New Bridges / Bâtir de nouveaux ponts" is a collection of scholarly papers that deals with the first principles of source identification and their effective utilization. The contributors to the volume come from a wide range of disciplines and represent both French and English Canada. Together, they explore and encourage the interdisciplinarity trend - around which considerable academic trepidation remains - and seek to explain, for example, how historians and those in English or Lettres françaises analyze texts, how scholars approach paintings, photography, and film, and how the study of music relates tempo and lyrics to wider societal trends. They utilize their respective research to elucidate means of effectively employing evidences and methods to achieve richer, deeper, and more nuanced results. As a whole, the collection provides an excellent primer for scholars of methodology.
Text in English and French.
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