Now You Don’t See It, Now You Do: Situating the Irish in the Material Culture of Grosse Île

@article{RichmanKenneally2003NowYD,
  title={Now You Don’t See It, Now You Do: Situating the Irish in the Material Culture of Grosse {\^I}le},
  author={Rhona Richman-Kenneally},
  journal={{\'E}ire-Ireland},
  year={2003},
  volume={38},
  pages={33 - 53}
}
Material culture is culture made material; it is the inner wit at work in the world. Beginning necessarily with things, but not ending with them, the study of material culture uses objects to approach human thought and action. (Glassie, Material Culture 41) THE following exploration of a historic landscape began with a souvenir greeting card in a gift shop (see cover)) The site of the landscape, the subject of the card, and the location of the gift shop is Grosse Ile, Quebec, an island in the… Expand
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