Projects

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Project Title Theme People Datesort ascending
Aviation Archaeology of Pre-Confederation Newfoundland
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2006
The Kirke House at Ferryland: Gentry Life in Seventeenth-Century Newfoundland
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2006
Different Attitudes towards Wake Pranks in Newfoundland
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2006
You . . . Made Your Own Fun, Whether It was Living or Dying: Festive Behaviours at Catholic and Protestant Wakes
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2006
Towards a Grammar of Innu-aimun Particles
  • Aboriginal Peoples
  • Arctic and Northern Regions
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2006 - Dec 2007
Nowhere Was Home: Displacement Narratives of Resettled People of Placentia Bay
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
  • Community and Regional Development
Jan 2006
The Effect of Heritage Area Designation on House Prices: Some Evidence from St. John’s
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2006
Literature and Identity: Essays on Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2006
Robert Bond and the Pink, White and Green: Newfoundland Nationalism in Perspective
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2006
Butler'€™s Marsh Illuminates Dark Story (Review of Butler'€™s Marsh)
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2006
New Venue on the Block: Is the Focus of Theatre Shifting in St. John'€™s? A Promising String of Shows at the New Rabbittown Theatre Suggests so (Review of Theatre in St. John'€™s 2005)
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2006
Magnetic North in St. John'€™s
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2006
Midsummer is Delightful -€“ Even With Slender Bottom (Review of A Midsummer Night'€™s Dream)
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2006
"€Not the Cream of the Crop"€: Using the Word 'Skeet' as Vernacular Speech in Newfoundland
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2006
Saturday Nite Jamboree
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2006
John Clinch: Newfoundland's Medical Pioneer
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
  • Well-being, Health and Biomedical Discovery
Jan 2006
Downtown St. John's and Newfoundland History
  • Community and Regional Development
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2006 - Dec 2008
Community Archaeology: Integrating Traditional and Archaeological Knowledge in Nain, Labrador
  • Aboriginal Peoples
  • Arctic and Northern Regions
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2005 - Dec 2007
Seas, Seals, and Shipping: Three Exoteric Literary Depictions of Newfoundland
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2005
Clean and Simple Theatre, Adroitly Performed (Review of Stones in His Pocket)
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2005
Double Your Fun: Rabbittown Theatre Offers Powerful Double-bill Performances (Review of Mary Magdalene and Adventures in Sobriety and The Good Thief)
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2005
Experienced Cast Drives Steel Magnolias: Production Raising Funds for Holy Heart Auditorium Restoration (Review of Steel Magnolias)
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2005
Glengarry Glen Ross a Fast Ride (Review of Glengarry Glen Ross)
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2005
Gothic Drama Revived, Revised (Review of Wolf in the Fold)
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2005
Hanlon House Remount Needs a Little Refurbishment (Review of Hanlon House)
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2005
Magnetic North Attracts Top-notch Talent (Review of the Magnetic North Theatre Festival 2005)
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2005
A Moving Play of Lost Comrades: Beothuck Street Players Deliver Angry, Passionate, Thoughtful Piece (Review of Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme)
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2005
No Muss, No Fuss, No Rush: Artistic Fraud Pulls Off Delightful 24-hour Lion King (Review of The Lion King)
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2005
No One to Blame in Collective Theatre: Fusion of Murder and Mummering Has Fine Theatrical Potential (Review of No Mummer’s Allowed In)
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2005
Once More unto the Beach: Shakespeare by the Sea Festival Brings Henry V to Topsail (Review of Henry V)
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2005
Red Noses a Wild Ride (Review of Red Noses)
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2005
Retrospective: A Look Back at Theatre in 2004
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2005
Cul De Sac a Must-See (Review of Cul De Sac)
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2005
Stellar Cast Steers Mr. Invisible: A truly delightful 90 minutes of theatre (Review of Mr. Invisible)
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2005
Theatre Troupe Tackles Taut Play With Ease (Review of Never Swim Alone)
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2005
Early Social and Economic Development of Notre Dame Bay: 1750-1820
  • Community and Regional Development
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2005 - Dec 2009
Different Perceptions of Gender Roles in Newfoundland
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
  • Social Justice
Jan 2005
Emotional Expression of Bereaved Relatives in Newfoundland
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2005
From Daughter to Mother? Exploring Generational Continuity
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2005
Did Mom Bake? Participating in Family Tradition
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2005
Your Daughter Fanny: The War Letters of Frances Cluett, VAD
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2005
Palaeoethnobotanical Research at Port au Choix
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
  • Aboriginal Peoples
Jan 2005
Knowledge and Human Resources for Innu Language Development
  • Aboriginal Peoples
  • Arctic and Northern Regions
  • Community and Regional Development
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
  • Social Justice
Jan 2005 - Dec 2009
The Absence or De-Emphasis of a Common Food Custom in a Particular Community
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
  • Community and Regional Development
Jan 2005
Parties and Pallbearers: Changes in Responsibility for Customs Related to Death
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2005
Robert Edwards Holloway: Newfoundland Educator, Scientist, Photographer, 1874 - 1904
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2005
Just Beyond the Fringe: Churchill Park Garden Suburb in St. John’s, Newfoundland
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
  • Community and Regional Development
Jan 2005
Georgina Stirling
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2005 - Dec 2016
Reginald Shepherd and Helen Parsons Shepherd: A Life Composed
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Jan 2005
Clear Cove Culture History
  • Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
  • Oceans, Fisheries and Aquaculture
Jan 2005