À l'envers de l'hiver: le voyage en Floride et les identités canadienne et québécoise
AbstractAmong Canadians, especially Ontarians and Québécois since the 1950s, winter travel to Florida has been hugely popular. This practice would seem to contradict particular aspects of a Canadian nationalism based on the rejection of American mores and culture and on the (uneasy) valuation of northernness and winter. The shortcomings of such an analysis, however, pose the question: Are snowbirds merely Americanized Canadians? How do they make sense of their Canadian or québécois identities, if they do so at all?
Nations Unbound: Transnational Connections