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Nathalie Cooke, Editor. What’s to Eat? Entrées in Canadian Food History.  Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, September 2009.

Review of A Taste of Canada by Rose Murray. CuiZine 2.2 (September 2010)

Nathalie Cooke, “Cookbooklets and Canadian Kitchens,” Material Culture Review 70 (Fall 2009; appearing August 2010): 22-33.

Nathalie Cooke & Jennifer Garland). “Putting Questions to Images: The Chatelaine Project.” VRA (Visual Resources Bulletin; summer 2008; published November 2009) Vol. 35.2: 86-93

Review of Steve Penfold’s The Donut: A Canadian History. Gastronomica 9.3 (fall 2009): 97-8.

“Culinary Memoirs.” Review of Culinary Landmarks by Elizabeth Driver and Butter Cream: A Year in a Montreal Pastry School by Denise Roig. Canadian Literature 201 (summer 2009): 184-5.

Review of Anita Stewart’s Canada: The Food, The Recipes, The Stories by Anita Stewart. Culinary Chronicles 58 (winter 2008): 20.

Nathalie Cooke, “Revolutionary Biographer,” a tribute to cookbook bibliographer Elizabeth Driver. Culinary Chronicles 57 (summer 2008): 3.

Nathalie Cooke and Jordan LeBel, “Branded Food Spokescharacters: The Contribution of Consumers to the Narrative of Commerce.” Journal of Product and Brand Management 17.3 (Spring 2008): 143-153.

Dickenson, Victoria. “Meticulous Depiction: Animals in Art, 1400-1600.” A Cultural History of Animals in the Renaissance. A Cultural History of Animals. Vol. 3. Ed. Linda Kalof and Brigitte Resl. Oxford: Berg, 2007. 165-200.   

Marquis, Marie. Co-author, with M. Manceau. “Individual Factors Determining the Food
Behaviours of Single Men Living in Apartments in Montreal as Revealed by Photographs
and Interviews.” Journal of Youth Studies 10.3 (2007): 305-16.

Marquis, M. Co-author, with I. Thibaut. “L'éducation en nutrition en milieu scolaire.” Revue canadienne de la pratique et de la recherche en diététique 67.4 (2007): 202-5.

Marquis, M. Co-author, with J. Wright. “Choix et comportements alimentaires d’enfants
québécois.” Revue canadienne de la pratique et de la recherche en diététique 68.1
(2007): 42-45.

Cooke, N. Co-author, with Rod MacRae and Grace Skogstad. “Introduction: What’s to
Eat?” What Are We Eating? Towards a Canadian Food Policy / Qu’est-ce qu’on mange?
Pour une politique alimentaire canadienne 4 (Winter 2006): 15-17.

Cooke, N. “Taste-testing Canadian Food Options: Media Coverage of the Conference and of Food Options in February 2006.” What Are We Eating? Towards a Canadian Food Policy / Qu’est-ce qu’on mange? Pour une politique alimentaire canadienne 4 (Winter 2006): 70-75.

Cooke, N. Co-author, with Rod MacRae and Grace Skogstad. “Summary: Next Steps on Food Policy Development.” What Are We Eating? Towards a Canadian Food Policy / Qu’est-ce qu’on mange? Pour une politique alimentaire canadienne 4 (Winter 2006): 77-80.

Marquis, M. Co-author, with C. Dubeau. “Canadians’ Sources of Nutrition Information,
Confidence Level in These Sources and Potential of Internet to Address Topics of
Interest in Nutrition.” Nutrition & Food Science 36.4 (2006): 218-24.

Dickenson, V. “History, Ethnicity and Citizenship: The Role of the Museum in a Multi-
Ethnic Country.” Museum International 58.3 (September 2006): 21-31.

Marquis, M. “Dis-moi avec qui tu manges, je te dirai qui tu es?” Recherches sur la famille 6.1 (2006): 6-7.

LeBel, J.L. Co-author, with L. Dubé and J. Lu. “Affect Asymmetry and Comfort Food
Consumption.” Physiology & Behavior 86.4 (2005): 559-67.

Marquis, M. Co-author, with C. Dubeau and I. Thibault. “Canadians’ Level of Confidence in Their Sources of Nutrition Information.” Revue canadienne de la pratique et de la recherche en diététique 66.3 (2005): 170-75.

Marquis, M. Co-author, with B. Shatenstein. “Food Choice Motives and the Importance of Family Meals.” Revue canadienne de la pratique et de la recherche en diététique 66.2
(2005): 5-10.

Kenneally, R.R. “Digesting Food Writing.”  Material History Review 61 (Spring
2005): 84-86.

Marquis, M. Co-author, with D. Claveau. “Repertoire of Strategies Used by French Canadian Mothers Living in Montreal to Pressure Their Ten-year-old Children to Eat.”
International Journal of Consumer Studies 29.3 (2005): 254-60.

Marquis, M. Co-author, with Y.P. Filion and F. Dagenais. “Does Eating While Watching
Television Influence Food-related Behaviours?” Revue canadienne de la pratique et de la recherche en diététique 66.1 (2005): 154-60.

Marquis, M.  “Exploring Convenience Orientation as a Food Motivation for Canadian Students Living in University Residences.” International Journal of Consumer Studies 29.1 (2005): 55-63.

Marquis, M.  “Strategies for Influencing Parental Decisions on Food Purchasing.” Journal of Consumer Marketing 21.2 (2004): 134-43.

Cooke, N. “Getting the Mix Just Right for the Canadian Home Baker.” Essays on Canadian Writing 78 (Winter 2003): 192-219.

Marquis, M. Co-author, with P. Filiatrault. “Public Self-consciousness Disposition Effect on Reactions to Waiting in Line.” Journal of Consumer Behavior 2.3 (2003): 212-31.

LeBel, J.L. Co-author, with L. Dubé. “The Content and Structure of Laypeople's Concept of Pleasure.” Cognition and Emotion 17 (2003): 263-97.

LeBel, J.L. Co-author, with L. Dubé and D. Sears. “From Customer Value to Engineering
Pleasurable Experiences in Real Life and Online.” Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly 44: 5 & 6 (2003): 124-30.


Presentations

Kenneally, R.R. “‘Salted and Unsalted Life’: Food and Culture in Sebastian Barry’s
Annie Dunne.” Annual conference of the International Association     for the Study of Irish Literatures, University of Oporto, Oporto, Portugal. 2008.

Kenneally, R.R. “Food and Domestic foodscapes in Canada.”  “Edible Histories, Cultural Politics: Towards a Canadian Food History,” University of Waterloo. 2008.

Kenneally, R.R. “‘Like beaten egg whites folded into sugar’: the culture of food in Sebastian Barry’s Annie Dunne.” Annual conference of the Centre for the International Study of Literatures in English, “Literatures in English: Ethnic, Colonial and Cultural Encounters,” University of Barcelona, Spain. 2008.

Cooke, N. “Spreading Controversy: The Story of Margarine in Quebec.” Domestic Foodscapes: Towards Mindful Eating? Conference, Concordia University, Montreal. March 21-22,     2008.

Lebel, J.L., R.R. Kenneally. “Beyond Nostalgia: What memories of childhood foodscapes can teach us about ‘mindful eating’.” Domestic Foodscapes: Towards Mindful Eating? Conference, Concordia University, Montreal. March 21-22, 2008.

Dickenson, V. “Meticulous Depiction.” Departmental Lecture, Geography Department, Queens University, Kingston. March 2008

Cooke, N. “What’s in a Cookbooklet?” New Zealand Food History Conference, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. November 29-31, 2007.

Cooke, N. “What do Recipes and Poems Have in Common?” Conference on High and Low Genres, University Marc Bloch, Strasbourg, France. November 23-24, 2007.

LeBel, J. L. “Food and Everyday Sensory Pleasures.” Pangborn Sensory Science Symposium, Minneapolis. August 12-16, 2007.

Dickenson, V. “How Many is Enough? Feeding the Insatiable Digital Archive.” Canadian
Historical Association, Saskatoon. May 2007.

Cooke, N. Co-author, with Jennifer Garland. “Ladies, Housewives, Soldiers and Seductresses:     Four Stages in the Development of Magazine Advertising Techniques in North America, 1900-1950.” Colloquium on Women’s Magazines, University of Heidelberg. April 20,     2007.

Cooke, N. “Canadian Food Policy: What are We Eating?” Cape Breton University. March 14, 2007.

Dickenson, V. “The Herons are still here.” Address for the 50th anniversary of the Graduate Programme, History Department, Carleton University, Ottawa. March 2007

LeBel, J.L. “Pleasure and Comfort: The Special Case of Chocolate.” Food Science Seminar, Cornell University. February 27, 2007.

Kenneally, R.R. “‘Like Beaten Eggwhites Folded Into Sugar’: The Culture of Food in Sebastian Barry’s Annie Dunne.” Annual Conference of the Centre for the International Study of Literatures in English, University of Barcelona, Spain.  2007.

Kenneally, R.R. “Would You Like Some Maple Syrup with Your Pizza?”  Invited lecture, Centre for Canadian Studies, University of Innsbruck, Austria.  2007.

Marquis, M. Co-author, with E. Gelin, M. Bouchard, and M. Crisafulli. “Étude exploratoire de la santé physique d’employés de CLSC.” Journées Annuelles de Santé Publique. 2007.

Cooke, N. “When Dinner Conversation Turns to the Conversation of Canada.” Panel on “Writing the Diaspora in Canadian Literature in English.” Conference of the Spanish Association of Canadian Studies, Miraflores de la Sierra, Madrid. November 17-18, 2006.

LeBel, J.L. “Vice in a Shiny Wrapper: The Case of Chocolate.” Trading Places: Commerce and the Evolution of the City, McCord Museum Symposium, Montreal. November 2-4, 2006.

Dickenson, V. “Cartier, Champlain, and the Fruits of the New World.” SHNH, Montreal.
September 2006.

Cooke, N. “Reading Through Canadian Cookbooks.” Cookbooks as History Conference,
Adelaide, Australia. July 3-4, 2006.

Kenneally, R.R. “Kitchener Kartoffel Kloesse and Curry for Canada: Nationalism and Multiculturalism in Mid-twentieth-century Cookbooks.”  Cookbooks as History Conference, Adelaide, Australia. July 3-4, 2006.

LeBel, J.L. Co-author, with S. Robson. “Place, Pleasures, and the Coffee Shop Experience.” Joint Conference of the Association for the Study of Food and Society and the Agriculture, Food, and Human Values Society, Boston. June 7-11, 2006.

LeBel, J.L. Co-author, with L. Dubé. “Can Healthy Foods Be Comforting and Bring Pleasure?” Joint Conference of the Canadian Institute of Food Science and Technology (CIFST) and Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC), Montreal. May 28-30, 2006.

LeBel, J.L. “L’anticipation de divers plaisirs et la consommation de vin: influence de l’age et du sexe sur l’efficacité de divers messages publicitaires.” Annual Conference of the Association Francophone Pour le Savoir, Montreal. May 15-19, 2006.

Cooke, N. “Beaver Tails, Bannock and Butter Tarts and Bannock: Practices and Politics of the Daily Meal in Canada.” William Lyon MacKenzie King Lecture, Weatherhead Center for Canadian Studies, Harvard. March 20, 2006.

Marquis, M.  “Pistes de recherches proposées par une première analyse de photographies prises par des jeunes hommes dans leur environnement alimentaire.” Congrès de la société canadienne d’anthropologie. 2006.

Marquis, M. Co-author, with G. Dulude, M. Khaddag, and D. Ouellette. “La femme québécoise, ses responsabilités ménagères, le poids, le corps tels qu’abordés dans La Presse au tournant du X1Xième siècle.” Congrès des Diététistes du Canada. 2006.

Marquis, M. Co-author, with Cédée-Anne Leclair, L. Villalon, and I. Strychar. “Perceptions of Diabetes Held by Adolescents in 4 New Brunswick Schools.” Canadian Diabetes Association Conference. 2006.

LeBel, J.L. Co-author, with J. Labrecque. “Eating Comfort, Eating Healthy: Evidence of Cultural Differences.” 2nd Annual Conference of IREMAS (French Institute for the Study of Healthy Eating Marketing), Paris. October 20-22, 2005.

LeBel, J.L. Co-author, with J. Lu and L. Dubé. “Positive-Negative Affect Asymmetry and Comfort Food Consumption.” Annual Conference, Association for Consumer Research, San Antonio. September 29 – October 2, 2005.

LeBel, J.L. Co-author, with Y. Wang, D. Vakratsas, A. Mukherjee, and L. Dubé. “Delivering Differentiated Experiential Branding in Web Environments. Annual Conference, Association for Consumer Research, San Antonio. September 29 – October 2, 2005.

Marquis, M. Co-author, with S. Gendron, C. Goulet, L. Bell, A. Bilodeau, C-A Dubois, S. Dugré, F. Dupuis, J. Moreau, L. Potvin, J. Saint-Arnaud, A. Sylvestre St-Cyr-Tribble, and G. Turcotte. “Évaluation du Programme québécois de soutien aux jeunes parents (2005-2010) : modélisation de la théorie du programme.” 96e Conférence annuelle de l’Association canadienne de santé publique, Ottawa, Ontario. September 18-21, 2005.

Marquis, M. Co-author, with G. Dulude. “Pratiques alimentaires à l’égard des enfants et culture.” Journées Annuelles de Santé Publique. 2005.

Marquis, M. Co-author, with M-J Cournoyer. “Les publicités alimentaires de Châtelaine en 1960-1961.”Journées Annuelles de Santé Publique. 2005.

Marquis, M. Co-author, with J. Labrecque, F. Oble, J. Kolodinsky, M. Doyon, and F. Bellavance. “Attitudes Towards Foods and Acceptance of Functional Foods: A Comparison of French, American and French Canadian Consumers.” 2nd International Conference IREMAS, Paris. October 20-21, 2005.

Cooke, N. “Home Truths: The Stories Cookbooks Have to Tell.” McCord Colloquium, Montreal. November 2005. See: http://www.mccord museum.qc.ca/pdf/mccord_whatsfordinner_
programme.pdf

Dickenson, V. “Curiosity into Edibility: Champlain and the Fruits of the New World.” McCord Colloquium, Montreal. November 2005. See: http://www.mccord-museum.qc.ca/pdf/mccord_whatsfordinner_programme.pdf

Kenneally, R.R. “Ojibway Kee Wee Sen and Other ‘Hearty Fare’: The Culture of Food at Expo 67.” McCord Colloquium. See: http://www.mccord-museum.qc.ca/pdf/mccord_
whatsfordinner_programme.pdf

Marquis, M. Co-author, with M-J Cournoyer. “Analyse des publicités alimentaires du magazine Châtelaine sous l’angle des motivations alimentaires et de l’offre en 1960-1961.”     McCord Colloquium. See: http://www.mccord-museum.qc.ca/pdf/mccord_
whatsfordinner_programme.pdf

Marquis, M. Co-author, with M. Manceau. “Du nid familial à la vie en appartement: un portrait contemporain témoignant de la solitude entourant les repas des jeunes hommes.” McCord Colloquium. See: http://www.mccord-museum.qc.ca/pdf/mccord_whatsfordinner_
programme.pdf

Marquis, M.  “Le livre de recettes préféré des Québécois: un objet qui va au-delà du repas qu’il annonce.” McCord Colloquium. See: http://www.mccord-museum.qc.ca/pdf/mccord_whatsfordinner_programme.pdf

LeBel, J.L. Co-author, with M. Zhengfeng, J. Lu, V.J. Taylor, and L., Dubé. “The Emotional Antecedents and Consequences of Comfort-Seeking Consumption: The Case of Food.” Society for Consumer Society Winter Conference, St. Pete Beach, Florida. February 24-26, 2005.
 
Marquis, M. Co-author, with M. Manceau. “Variables individuelles explicatives des
comportements alimentaires des hommes québécois de 18 à 24 ans.” Congrès annuel des diététistes du Canada. 2005.

Dickenson, V. “History, Ethnicity and Citizenship: The Role of the Public Museum.”
International Museum Directors Forum on Diversity, Taipei. 2005.

Kenneally, R.R. “Tasting Montreal in the 1950s and 1960s.” Presented to the St. James Literary Society, Montreal. 2005.

Kenneally, R.R. “Communicating Heritage / Culture : Place : Cyberspace.” Defiant
Imagination Series, Faculty of Fine Arts, Concordia University, in conjunction with the
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. 2005.

Cooke, N. “Fictional Food Folk: Since When Do You Need a PhD to Bake a Cake?” McGill University, in conjunction with CBC’s Montreal Matters, Montreal. October 21, 2004.

Dickenson, V. “Constructing National Identities: The McCord Museum.” Constructing National Identities in Canada and the United States, Association for Canadian Studies. September 2004.

Marquis, M. Co-author, with M. Manceau. “Quand les motivations alimentaires des jeunes     hommes se précisent dans les photographies.” Journées Annuelles de Santé Publique, Montréal. 2004.

Marquis, M. Co-author, with Julie Paquette. “Stratégies utilisées par les enfants de 10 ans, telles que rapportées par les mères, en vue d'influencer les achats alimentaires.” Actes du Congrès de  l’Association Canadienne Française pour l’avancement des sciences. May     2004.

Marquis, M. Co-author, with Carine Girouard and Julie Paquette. “La perception des
nutritionnistes et des parents à l'égard de l'utilisation de l'Internet chez les jeunes diabétiques de 12 à 16 ans.” Actes du Congrès de  l’Association Canadienne Française pour l’avancement des sciences. May 2004.

LeBel, J.L. “The Archetypes of Pleasure.” Presented to the Association pour la Gestion
Experientielle du Quebec, Montreal. February 19, 2004.

Marquis, M. Co-author, with B. Shatenstein, S. Nadon, and L. Jacobs Starkey. “Exploring Barriers to Participation in Nutrition Surveys Using Focus Groups Among People with Low Education and Income.” 14th International Congress of Dietetics. 2004.

Marquis, M. Co-author, with C. Dubeau. “Canadians’ Interest in Nutrition Topics: A
Segmentation by Province and Age.” 14th International Congress of Dietetics. 2004.

Kenneally, R.R. “Eating Expo: The Food Culture of Montreal in the 1960s.” CBC Radio One, Montreal Matters Annual Project, Concordia University, Montreal. 2004.

Kenneally, R.R. “The Trials of Mr. Spicee’: Ethnic Eating at Expo 67.” Popular Culture
Association, Annual National Conference, San Antonio, Texas. 2004.

 

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