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Julie-Anne Bouchard-Perron

Teaching Affiliate/PhD Student, Faculty of Arts

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Teaching Summary

I have contributed to the following modules as a teaching affiliate:

  • Understanding the Past - Introduction to Archaeology
  • Introduction to Scientific Archaeology
  • Bioarchaeology
  • Environmental Archaeology
  • Professional Bioarchaeology

Research Summary

The aim of my thesis is to investigate how colonialist and nationalist ideologies contributed to and were maintained through foodways in Quebec City between 1542 and 1867 as reconstructed from… read more

Recent Publications

  • JULIE-ANNE BOUCHARD-PERRON, 2017. Savage Lands, Civilising Appetites: Power and Wilderness in Quebec City (1535-1900) American Antiquity. (In Press.)
  • JULIE-ANNE BOUCHARD-PERRON, 2015. Colonialism, nationalism and the appropriation of new landscapes: Consuming Old and New Worlds in historical Quebec City (Canada) In: Society for American Archaeology Annual Meeting - San Francisco.
  • JULIE-ANNE BOUCHARD-PERRON, 2015. Social networks of colonialism: Archaeobotanical perspectives from Quebec City (Canada) In: Association for Environmental Archaeology Conference: 'Crossing Boundaries: the Creation of Foodscapes'.
  • 2014. Wild Plants and Colonial Identities in Quebec City (Canada) In: European Association of Archaeologists Annual Meeting - Istanbul.

Current Research

The aim of my thesis is to investigate how colonialist and nationalist ideologies contributed to and were maintained through foodways in Quebec City between 1542 and 1867 as reconstructed from archaeobotanical and historical evidence..

  • JULIE-ANNE BOUCHARD-PERRON, 2017. Savage Lands, Civilising Appetites: Power and Wilderness in Quebec City (1535-1900) American Antiquity. (In Press.)
  • JULIE-ANNE BOUCHARD-PERRON, 2015. Colonialism, nationalism and the appropriation of new landscapes: Consuming Old and New Worlds in historical Quebec City (Canada) In: Society for American Archaeology Annual Meeting - San Francisco.
  • JULIE-ANNE BOUCHARD-PERRON, 2015. Social networks of colonialism: Archaeobotanical perspectives from Quebec City (Canada) In: Association for Environmental Archaeology Conference: 'Crossing Boundaries: the Creation of Foodscapes'.
  • 2014. Wild Plants and Colonial Identities in Quebec City (Canada) In: European Association of Archaeologists Annual Meeting - Istanbul.
  • JULIE-ANNE BOUCHARD-PERRON and ALLISON BAIN, 2009. From myth to reality: archaeobotany at the Cartier-Roberval Upper Fort site Post-Medieval Archaeology. 43(1), 87-105
  • ALLISON BAIN, JULIE-ANNE BOUCHARD-PERRON, RÉGINALD AUGER and DANIEL SIMONEAU, 2009. The urban environment of the Intendant’s Palace Site Post-Medieval Archaeology. 43(1), 183-197

Department of Archaeology

University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

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