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  • Recent Publications Relating to Canada
  • Michael D. Stevenson

This bibliography is intended to provide as complete coverage as possible of newly available material useful in the study of any aspect of Canadian history. In keeping with the diverse backgrounds and interests of our readers, both scholarly and well-researched popular sources are regularly listed. It should be noted that items of a purely contemporary or speculative nature and lacking appreciable historical content are normally excluded. Furthermore, accessibility considerations logically dictate that materials cited have appeared in published form, theses traditionally being the sole exception. Suggestions for possible inclusion in “Recent Publications” are welcomed and should be forwarded with the necessary technical information to the compiler at the Canadian Historical Review offices.

See also the “New Books Service,” a monthly online list of Canadian publications prepared by Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa; International Perspectives; Journal of the Parliaments of the Commonwealth, issued quarterly by the General Council of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association; and in the University of Toronto Quarterly, “Letters in Canada,” published in the January issue. Regionally oriented bibliographies are included in each issue of Acadiensis, bc Studies, and Revue d’histoire de l’Amérique française. Any ma and PhD theses listed in the current bibliography were reported as recently completed in a range of sources, including America: History and Life and Dissertation Abstracts International.

Users of this bibliography should bear in mind that all titles are listed only once. Because of subject overlap, alternative categories should be consulted.

Aboriginal History

adese, jennifer. Colluding with the Enemy? Nationalism and Depictions of “Aboriginality” in Canadian Olympic Moments. American Indian Quarterly 36, no. 4 (2012): 479–502
beckford, clinton l., clint jacobs, naomi william, and russell nahdee. Ecological Justice and Stewardship on Walpole Island, Ontario: Continuity and Change in a Canadian First Nations Community. Canadian Journal of Native Studies 32, no. 1 (2012): 191–208
betts, matthew w., susan e. blair, and david w. black. Coalescent Communities: Settlement Aggregation and Social Integration in Iroquoian Ontario. American Antiquity 77, no. 4 (2012): 646–70 [End Page 476]
cullon, deidre. A View from the Watchman’s Pole: Salmon, Animism, and the Kwakw a k a ’wakw Summer Ceremonial. bc Studies 177 (2013): 9–38
darnell, regna. The Nature of Knowledge: Calibrating Discourses across Cultures and Finding Common Disciplinary Ground. Journal of Canadian Studies 46, no. 2 (2012): 26–44
dickson, parker s. Hi-Lo Toolkits: New Insights from the Double Take Site. Ontario Archaeology 91 (2011): 32–57
downey, allan. Engendered Nationality: Haudenosaunee Tradition, Sport, and the Lines of Gender. Journal of the Canadian Historical Association 23, no. 1 (2012): 319–54
dyck, erica. Peyote on the Prairies: Religion, Scientists, and Native–Newcomer Relations in Western Canada. Journal of Canadian Studies 46, no. 1 (2012): 28–52
gerson, carole. Rereading Pauline Johnson. Journal of Canadian Studies 46, no. 2 (2012): 45–61
grammond, sebastien, and lynne groulx. “Finding” Metis Communities. Canadian Journal of Native Studies 32, no. 1 (2012): 33–48
hulan, renée. A Just Allotment of Memory: Witnessing First Nations Testimony in Isabelle Knockwood’s Out of the Depths. Journal of Canadian Studies 46, no. 1 (2012): 53–74
lavers, dominique, and m.a.p. renouf. A Groswater Palaeoeskimo Component at the Dorset Palaeoeskimo Phillip’s Garden Site, Port au Chopix, Northwestern Newfoundland. Canadian Journal of Archaeology 36, no. 2 (2012): 311–36
milne, s. brooke, robert w. park, and douglas r. stenton. Dorset Culture Land Use Strategies and the Case of Inland Southern Baffin Island. Canadian Journal of Archaeology 36, no. 2 (2012): 267–88
plowright, will. Peoples of the River: A Comparative Analysis of the Yorta Yorta and Stó:Lo Indigenous Nations. Canadian Journal of Native Studies 32, no. 1 (2012): 49–57
robertson, carmen l. Thunderbirds and Concepts of Transformation in the Art of Norval Morrisseau. Journal of Canadian Art History 33, no. 2 (2012): 53–70
robinson, angela. “Being and becoming Indian”: Mi’kmaw Cultural Revival in the Western Newfoundland Region. Canadian Journal of Native Studies 32, no. 1 (2012): 1–31
spence, michael w. The Mortuary Features of the Tillsonburg Village Site. Ontario Archaeology 91 (2011): 3–20
steckley, john. Trade Goods and Nations in...


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