Material Culture Review provides a venue for refereed articles and research reports encompassing a range of approaches to interpreting culture through an analysis of people's relationships to their material world. Critical reviews of books, exhibitions, and historic sites, artifact studies and reports on collections encourage the use of material evidence in understanding historical change and continuity.
MCR is published twice a year and is distributed to more than 250 universities, research institutes, museums, and libraries in 20 countries. It is indexed in America: History and Life, Journal of American History, Technology and Culture's "Current Bibliography in the History of Technology" and Annual Bibliography of Ontario History. MCR is also indexed on the CHIP database, available through the Canadian Heritage Information Network (CHIN).
The Editorial Board of Material Culture Review / Revue de la culture matérielle (MCR)is committed to improving the journal’s accessibility, popularity and administration. To achieve these goals this mandate outlines several policies and procedures that will assure the continued success of MCR.
Admittance to the board and length of term
Board members serve for a three-year term, at the end of which their position may be renewed for an additional three years. Membership renewal is conditional to the member’s adherence to the policies and regulations outlined in the MCR Editorial Board Mandate.
MCRwelcomes new board members, including young scholars in the field of material culture. If you are interested in serving on the board, please send a brief letter of application with your reasons for wishing to serve, as well as a CV, to email@example.com.
Roles and Responsibilities of Editorial Board Members
1) Board members will help generate interest in journal, encourage submissions and subscriptions and suggest themes for special issues.
2) Board members will peer review articles and suggest peer reviewers to the Editor-in-Chief.
3) Board members will meet via conference call twice a year. The Editor-in-Chief will be responsible for arranging meetings and setting the meeting agenda.
4) Board members will work to create and implement all policies of MCR and will play an active role in the journal’s ongoing development.
Cape Breton University
Université du Québec à Montréal
French Language Review Editor
Exhibition Review Editor
PhD Student, Yale Univeristy
English Language Review Editor
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Royal College of Art
University of Victoria
University of North Carolina
University of Southampton
Rhona Richman Kenneally
Concordia University / Université Concordia
University of Virginia
Cape Breton University Press
Assistant Editor, CBU Press
Material Culture Review gratefully acknowledges the support of Cape Breton University Press and the Canada Research Chair in Intangible Cultural Heritage at Cape Breton University.
Formerly Material History Review
Formerly published by Canada Science and Technology Museum