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Table of Contents for
Reclaiming Canadian Bodies: Visual Media and Representation, edited by Lynda Mannik and Karen McGarry

Introduction | Karen McGarry and Lynda Mannik

Section 1: Embodied Ideals

The Media and the Ideal and Fat Body: An Examination of Embodiment and Affect in a Canadian Context | Wendy Mitchinson

We’ve Got Beaver! Women as a National Resource in Canadian Beer Commercials | Ailsa Craig

Ethnographic "Frictions" and the "Ice Scandal": Affect, Mass Media, and Canadian Nationalism in High-Performance Figure Skating | Karen McGarry

Section 2: The Embodiment of "Others"

Pride, Shame, and Canadian Sporting Identities: Media Depictions of Wayne Gretzky, Ben Johnson, and Georges St-Pierre | Dale Spencer and Bryan Hogeveen

Arrivals by Boat in the Canadian Press: Humanitarian Effort or Crisis? | Lynda Mannik

Section 3: Embodied Activism and Advocacy

Feeling Our Pain: The Embodied Cinema of Loretta Todd | Jennifer L. Gauthier

"On Devrait Tout Détruire": Photography, Habitus, and Symbolic Violence in Clichy-sous-Bois and Regent Park | Chris Richardson

Media Legacies: Community, Memory, and Territory | Michael Connors Jackman

Conclusion | Lynda Mannik and Karen McGarry