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A social and cultural history of smoking in Montreal exploring, for the first time, how smoking rituals were shaped by gender, class, and race.
"This is a sophisticated book that illuminates how smoking, an unremarkable practice of everyday life, became the battleground for defending and contesting hierarchies of class, ethnicity/race, and gender." Keith Walden, Trent University " ... the distinguishing feature of Freedom to Smoke is its permeating analysis of ethnicity ..."--Medical History, July 2007 51 (3)
|Separating Spheres||p. 13|
|Bourgeois Connoisseurship and the Cigar||p. 46|
|Confiicts in Connoisseurship: Debasing le tabac canadien||p. 69|
|Unmaking Manly Smokes||p. 89|
|Mass Consumption and the Undermining of Bourgeois Notions of Smoking||p. 109|
|A Ritual Transformed: Respectable Women Smokers||p. 148|
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Series: Studies on the History of Quebec/Etudes d'histoire du Quebec
Number Of Pages: 224
Published: 30th September 2005
Country of Publication: CA
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.2 x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.48
Edition Type: Annotated