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Between islands of ethnicity and shared landscapes: rethinking settler society, cultural landscapes and the study of the Canadian West

机译:在种族岛屿和共享景观之间:重新思考移民社会,文化景观和加拿大西部研究

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This article reviews and rethinks the study of cultural landscapes in the context of western Canadian settlement history. The historiography of scholarship on the colonial period, across a broad array of disciplines, follows themes central to the study of continuity and change in settler societies, including assimilation, cultural revivalism and transnationalism. Influenced by historical conditions particular to the region, namely, the creation of migrant block settlements and a legacy of multiculturalism, research has had a longstanding commitment to an ethnic history paradigm, which tends to orient our understanding of the cultural landscape in terms of what Brubaker and Cooper have called identity history'. We argue that by focusing on relationships rather than boundaries, future research on the cultural dimension of settlement might move beyond ethnic history through investigating the possibilities of shared landscapes and communities of practice, built on the back of finding common material solutions to the problems of agrarian life.
机译:本文回顾并重新思考了加拿大西部定居历史背景下的文化景观研究。殖民时期的学术史学,涉及广泛的学科,遵循的主题是定居者社会的连续性和变化研究的中心,包括同化,文化复兴主义和跨国主义。受特定于该地区的历史条件(即创建移民街区定居点和多元文化遗产)的影响,研究长期致力于族裔历史范式,这倾向于使我们对布鲁贝克的文化取向有所了解和库珀称为“身份历史记录”。我们认为,通过关注关系而不是边界,未来的定居文化维度研究可能会通过研究共同的景观和实践社区的可能性而超越种族历史,这种发现建立在寻找解决农业问题的通用物质解决方案的基础上生活。

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