offers a new and useful way to think about how our identifications with Canada are produced through popular cultural texts, artefacts, and performances that are state-mediated. Persuasively argued and well-grounded in familiar aspects of the Canadian cultural landscape, it will surely appeal to educated readers concerned with all things Canadian.’ (Maurice Charland, Department of Communication Studies, Concordia University)
About the Author
is an associate professor in the Department of Sociology at St Francis Xavier University.James F. Cosgrave
is an assistant professor in the Department of Sociology at Trent University.