Recent Publications

Aitken, Avril

Journal Articles and Chapters in Edited Collections:

With L. Radford, coauthor. “Aesthetic archives: Pre-service teachers symbolizing experiences through digital storytelling.” Journal of the Canadian Association of Curriculum Studies [Special issue] 10 (2012).

 “Becoming an academic: Professional identity on the road to tenure.” Journal of Educational Thought [Special issue] 44, no. 1 (2010): 55-68.

« Comprendre le processus de construction identitaire: Une démarche essentielle chez les enseignants. » In Approches affectives, métacognitives et cognitives de la compréhension, edited by L. Lafortune, S. Fréchette, N. Sorin, P.A. Doudin and O. Albanese, 183–200. Quebec, Presses de l’Université du Quebec, 2010.

 Finding ‘stories of identity’ through digital self-portraits. In The Emperor’s New Clothes?: Issues and Alternatives in Uses of the Portfolio in Teacher Education Programs, edited by K. Sanford and T. Strong-Wilson. Forthcoming, New York, NY: Peter Lang.

With E. Kreuger, coauthor. “Working within and against governance in Quebec: Understanding competency evaluation in the field placement.” In Field experiences in the context of reform of Canadian teacher education programs, edited by T. Falkenberg and H. Smits.  67-78. Winnipeg, MB: Faculty of Education, University of Manitoba, 2010.

Barker, Gordon

Books:

Fugitive Slaves and the Unfinished American Revolution, Eight Cases, 1848-1856. Jefferson (NC): McFarland Publishing, 2013.

The Imperfect Revolution: Anthony Burns and the Landscape of Race in Antebellum America. Kent: Kent State University Press, 2010.

Journal Articles and Chapters in Edited Collections:

“Secession and Slavery as a Positive Good: The Impact of the Anthony Burns Drama in Boston on Virginia.” Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 118, no. 2 (2010).

Berco, Cristian

Journal Articles and Chapters in Edited Collections:

“Sex (Miscegenation)” and “Sex (Sodomy).” In Lexikon of the Hispanic Baroque: Technologies of a Transatlantic Cultural Transfer (forthcoming 2013, University of Texas Press).

“Syphilis, Sex, and Marriage in Early Modern Spain.” Journal of Early Modern History 15, no. 3 (2011): 223-53.

“Crossing Borders: Identity, Difference and Community.” Journal of Eastern Township Studies 37 (Fall 2011).

“Textiles as Social Texts: Syphilis, Material Culture and Gender in Golden Age Spain.” Journal of Social History 44, no. 3 (Spring 2011): 785-810.

“The Many Faces of Female Discipline: Gender Control, Subversion and the Nun-Confessor Relationship in Golden Age Barcelona.” In Creating Women: Notions of Femininity from 1350 to 1700, edited by Manuela Scarci (forthcoming Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, 2013).

“Queerness, Syphilis and Enlightenment in Eighteenth Century Madrid.” Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispanicos 35, no. 1 (2010): 31-48.

Boyer, Sophie

Journal Articles and Chapters in Edited Collections:

“Le roman familial des Jardin: pour une psychanalyse de l’écriture-miroir d’Alexandre Jardin.” In Current Trends in Language and Culture Studies, edited by M. Grieb et al, 51-59. Boca Raton: Brown Walker Press, 2013.        

“The Triumph of Hyperreality: A Baudrillardian Reading of Michael Haneke’s Cinematic Oeuvre.” In Cinema and Social Change in Germany and Austria, edited by G. Mueller and J. Skidmore, 43-58. Waterloo: Wilfried Laurier University Press, 2012.

Charpentier, Claude and Stout, Dale

Journal Articles and Chapters in Edited Collections:

With A. Benoit, E. Poulin, and C. Philip, coauthors. “Availability, accessibility, and acceptability of English-language mental health services for Estrie region’s English-speaking population: service user and provider perspectives.” Journal of Eastern Townships Studies 36 (2011): 27-54.

Chainey-Gagnon, Vicky

Journal Articles and Chapters in Edited Collections:

“Behind these Walls: Recent 35mm Canadian Short Films.” Catalogue Essay (Camestrie, artist collective and production centre, 2010).

“Business as Usual.” Justice Actualités-Report, Canadian Criminal Justice Association, 27, no. 4 (2012): 11.

“From the Populist Museum to the Exhibition Platform: New Art Exhibition Practices.” ETC Magazine (February-April 2012).

Emmert, Simone

Journal Articles and Chapters in Edited Collections:

“Education in Terms of Human Rights.” ScienceDirect - Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences 12 (2011): 1-654. Available from:

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/18770428.

“The language of freedom and peace education.” In Peace through Law?, edited by Becker, Braun, and Deiseroth.

Furlan, Christiana

Journal Articles and Chapters in Edited Collections:

“Africa vissuta e Africa raccontata.” In Orientalismi italiani. Cuneo: Antares, 2012.

“Italy and Lamerica: The Road of Remembrance.” In Italy on Screen: National Identity and Italian Imaginary, 17-32. Oxford: Peter Lang Publishing Group, 2010.

Glacier, Osire

Books:

Political Women in Morocoo: Then and Now. Trenton, Africa World Press and Red Sea Press, 2013.

Universal Rights, Systemic Violations and Cultural Relativism in Morocco. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.

Journal Articles and Chapters in Edited Collections:

“Arab Revolutions from the Perspectives of Women.” Journal of New Media Studies in the Middle East and North Africa 3 (2013).

“Moroccan Feminism as Universal Feminism.” In African Voices of the Global Past, edited by Trevor Getz, 169-203. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 2013.

“Pouvoir et production du savoir: le cas du feminism marocain.” In Femmes et nouveaux medias dans la region méditerranéene, edited by Fatima Sadiqi, 47-63. Fez, Morocco : Imprimeries universitaires/ Image Pub, 2012.

“Power and Production of Knowledge: the Case of Moroccan Feminism.” Journal of New Media Studies in the Middle East and North Africa 1 (2012). 

Grogan, Claire

Books:

Editor. Paine, Thomas. Rights of Man. Peterborough (ON): Broadview, 2011.

Politics and Genre in the Works of Elizabeth Hamilton (1756-1816). Burlington (VT): Ashgate, 2012.

Harvey, Louis-Georges

Books:

With S. Kelly, M. Chevrier and S. Trudeau, coauthors. De la république en Amérique française. Anthologie pédagogique des discours républicains au Québec, 1703-1967. Québec: Éditions du Septentrion, 2013.

Journal Articles and Chapters in Edited Collections:

“Introduction au républicanisme québécois.” In De la république en Amérique française. Anthologie pédagogique des discours républicains au Québec, 1703-1967, with S. Kelly, M. Chevrier and S. Trudeau, 9-23. Québec: Éditions du Septentrion, 2013.

“Le Mouvement patriote.” In Encyclopédie du patrimoine politique québécois, ressource internet en élaboration avec la collaboration de l’Assemblée nationale, du Gouvernement du Canada et de la SOPOQ (2013).

“L’exception irlandaise’ : la représentation de l’Irlande et des Irlandais dans la presse anglophone du Bas-Canada, 1823-1836.” Cahiers des Dix, 65 (2011): 117-139.

“L’Histoire politique au Québec : le régime britannique.” Bulletin d’histoire politique, 18, 3 (2010): 127-136.

“L’intégration de l’ancienne Nouvelle-France à l’Empire britannique, 1760-1774.” In La Fin de La Nouvelle-France, Volume 2, Mémoires et traces de la Conquête, edited by Laurent Veyssière and Bertrand Fonck. Paris: Armond Colin (forthcoming, November 2013).

“Louis-Joseph Papineau.” In Histoire intellectuelle de l’indépendantisme Québécois, edited by D. Monière and R. Comeau VLB, 2010, p. 40-50.

“The Forgotten Patriots: Memory and Representation of the Irish in Lower Canadian Political Discourse and Anglophone historical consciousness.” In Irishness and Québécité: New Perspectives, edited by M. Gallagher and M. Keneally. Montreal and London: McGill-Queens, 2013.

“Rome et la République dans le discours politique à l’époque des Patriotes.” In La culture politique des patriots, edited by C.-P. Courtois et Julie Guyot. Québec: Septentrion, 2012.

“Une Constitution pour l’Empire : sur les origines de l’idée fédérale au Québec, 1765-1815.” Cahiers des Dix, 66 (2012): 26-54.

Hunting, Barbara

Journal Articles and Chapters in Edited Collections:

“This Thing Called the Future: Intergenerationality and HIV and AIDS.” Education Research for Social Change (ERSC) 1, no. 2 (2012). Available from:

www.ersc.nmmu.ac.za.

Malley, Shawn

Books:

From Archaeology to Spectacle in Victorian Britain: The Case of Assyria, 1845-1854. Burlington, VT: Ashgate Press, 2012.

Journal Articles and Chapters in Edited Collections:

“Archaeology as WMD.” International Journal of Baudrillard Studies 9, no. 2 (2012). Available from:

www.ubishops.ca/baudrillardstudies/vol-9_3/v9-3-malley.html.

“Battling Babylon: The Military-Archaeology Complex in Stargate and Stargate SG-1.” Genre: Forms of Discourse and Culture 16, no. 1 (2013).

“‘Does all this have to happen again?’ Excavating Heritage in Battlestar Galactica.” Science Fiction Film and Television 6, no. 1 (2013).

“Nineveh 1851: An Archaeography.” Journal of Literature and Science 5, no. 1 (2012): 23-37.

“The Layard Enterprise: Victorian Archaeology and Informal Imperialism in Mesopotamia.” In Scramble for the Past: A Story of Archaeology in the Ottoman Empire, edited by Zainab Bahrani, Zeynep Celik, and Edhem Eldem, 83-108. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press in association with SALT Istanbul, 2011.

Manore, Jean

Journal Articles and Chapters in Edited Collections:

“Liberalism and the Numbered Treaties.” Aboriginal Policy Research: a History of Treaties and Policy, edited by Jerry B. White et al, 41-57. Toronto: Thompson Educational Publishing, 2010.

“The Historical Erasure of an Indigenous Identity in the Borderlands: The Western Abenaki of Vermont, New Hampshire, and Quebec.” Journal of Borderlands Studies, Vol.26: no.2 (August, 2011): 179-196.

Morra, Linda

Books:

Unarrested Archives: Case Studies in Twentieth-Century Women's Authorship. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2014.

Editor. Basements and Attics, Closets and Cyberspace: Explorations in Canadian Women's Archives. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier UP, September 2012.

Taking My Life: The Autobiography of Jane Rule. Afterword by Linda Morra. Transcribed, edited, annotated by Linda Morra. Vancouver: Talon Books, 2011.

With Deanna Reader, co-editor. Troubling Tricksters: Revisioning Critical Conversations. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2010.

Journal Articles and Chapters in Edited Collections:

“Jack Hodgins’ ‘Discovery of Strangers’: The Value of Community in Distance and Broken Ground.” Special Volume on Jack Hodgins, edited by Annika Hannan, 238-252. Montreal: Guernica P, 2010.

“Introduction” to Basements and Attics, Closets and Cyberspace: Explorations in the Materiality and Ethics of Canadian Women’s Archives, 1-21. Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2012.

“‘The Quality of the Carpet’: A Consideration of the Use of Anecdotes in the Archival Process.” In Basements and Attics, Closets and Cyberspace: Explorations in the Materiality and Ethics of Canadian Women’s Archives. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2012.

“‘Vexed by the Crassness of Commerce’: Jane Rule’s Struggle for Literary Integrity and Freedom of Expression.” Special Issue of Canadian Literature. 205 (Summer 2010): 86-106.

Stonebanks, Christopher D

Books:

With S. Steinberg and J. Kincheloe, coauthors. Teaching Against Islamophobia. New York: Peter Lang Publishing Group, 2010.

Journal Articles and Chapters in Edited Collections:

“A liberal and critical education and its impact on foreign based experiential learning projects.” In Bridging the Theory-Practice Divide: Pedagogical Enactment for Socially Just Education, edited by E. Lyle and G. Knowles. Nova Scotia: Backalong Books, 2013.

“Discovering Self in a College Humanities Classroom.” In We Saved the Best for You: Letters of Hope, Imagination and Wisdom, edited by Kress and Lake. US: Teachers College Press, 2012.

“Middle-Eastern Boys.” In Boy Culture, edited by Michael Kehler and Shirley R. Steinberg, eds. Westport (CT): Greenwood Press, 2010.

“On critical thinking, Indigenous knowledge and raisins floating in soda water.” In Cultural Studies and Environmentalism: The Confluence of EcoJustice, Indigenous Knowledge Systems and A Sense of Place, edited by Adams, Tippins, Mueller and van Eijck. New York: Springer, 2010.

“The Audacious Scholar: The Dude Minds!” Cultural St 10, no. 5 (2010).

“The Backlash on ‘Roosting Chickens’: The Continued Atmosphere of Suppressing Indigenous Knowledge.” Cultural Studies 10, no. 2 (2010).

Stonebanks, Christopher D and Stonebanks, Melanie

Journal Articles and Chapters in Edited Collections:

“Religious Identity in schools and the Looking Glass Self.” In Teaching Social Theory, edited by Daniel Chapman. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2010.

Stonebanks, Melanie

Journal Articles and Chapters in Edited Collections:

“How do you expect me to teach this without any resources?” In Teaching Against Islamophobia, edited by Joe L. Kincheloe, Shirley R. Steinberg, and Christopher D. Stonebanks. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2010.

Taylor, Lisa K

Book:

With J. Zine, co-editor. Muslim Women, Transnational Feminism and the Ethics of Pedagogy: Contested Imaginaries in post-9/11 Cultural Practice. Forthcoming, Routledge, 2013.

Journal Articles and Chapters in Edited Collections:

“Against the Tide: Working with and against the affective flows of resistance in Social and Global Justice Learning.” Critical Literacy: Theories and Practices (2013). Available from:

www.criticalliteracyjournal.org.

“Contra la corriente: Navegando la marea afectiva en la educación para la justicia social y mundial.” Rizomo Freireana, Xàtiva, Spain: Instituto Paulo Freire. Available from:

www.rizoma-freireano.org.

“From empathy to estrangement, from enlightenment to implication: A pedagogical framework for (re)reading literary desire against the ‘slow acculturation of Imperialism.” In Muslim Women, Transnational Feminism and the Ethics of Pedagogy: Contested Imaginaries in post-9/11 Cultural Practice, edited by L. K. Taylor & J. Zine. Forthcoming, Routledge, 2013.

“No language is neutral: Afrocentrism, multiliteracies and joining polyphonic community in a Black Canadian Literature course.” In African-centred Schooling: A critical reader, edited by E. Lawson and G. J. S. Dei. Forthcoming, Toronto: Between the Lines.

With M.J. Rwigema and U. Sollange, coauthors. “The Ethics of learning from Rwandan survivor communities: The politics of knowledge production and shared authority within community-school collaboration in genocide and critical global citizenship education.” In Beyond Testimony and Trauma: Oral History in the Aftermath of Mass Violence, edited by S. High & Concordia University Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2013.

“The Force of Fantasy: Re-reading Pre-Service Student Response to a Pedagogy of Unsettling Colonial Optimism.” Special Issue on Social Affect. Cultural Studies (accepted with revisions).

Tronsgard, Jordan

Journal Articles and Chapters in Edited Collections:

“El doble filo de la ironía en la metaficción historiográfica de Cercas y Bolaño.” In Ficções da História: Rescritas Latino-americanas, edited by Jorge Carlos Guerrero and Aimée González Bolaños. Brazil: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande (forthcoming).

“Ironic Nostalgia: The Second Republic Today in Manuel Rivas’s El lápiz del carpintero.” Anales de la Literatura Española Contemporánea 36, no. 1 (2011): 225-247.

“Memory, Migration and Identity in Manuel Rivas’s El lápiz del carpintero and Almudena Grandes’s Malena es un nombre de tango.” Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos 36, no. 3 (2012): 501-517.

“Ver el pasado no visto: postmemoria desde el útero en Rabos de lagartija de Juan Marsé” in Un hispanismo para el siglo XXI, edited by Rosalía Cornejo-Parriego and Alberto Villamandos, 261-277. Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva, 2011.

Ugland, Trygve

Books:

Alcohol on the European Union’s Political Agenda: Getting Off the Policy Roller-Coaster? Oslo: Norwegian Institute for Alcohol and Drug Research, 2011.

Jean Monnet and Canada: Early Travels and the Idea of European Unity. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2011.

Journal Articles and Chapters in Edited Collections:

“An Integrated Alcohol Control Policy: What, Why and How?”, Contemporary Drug Problems, 37 (Spring 2010): 39-56.

With F. Veggeland, coauthor. “Ekstern representasjon og internasjonal regulering av matfeltet” (”External Representation and International Representation of Food Safety”). In Plan, Region & Politikk, edited by U. Higdem, J.H. Lesjø, T.H. Pedersen, T. Selstad and H. Teigen, 169-192. Oslo: Forlag 1, 2011.

“Placing the Supranational Politics of Jean Monnet in Time.” International Journal of Canadian Studies (in press). 

With P. Sulkunen, coauthor. “Public Health and Solidarity: How to Succeed in Population-based Prevention of Alcohol Problems.” In All Well in the Welfare State? Welfare, Well-being and the Politics of Happiness, edited by C. Marklund, 168-205. Helsinki: NordWel, 2013.

With A.F. Johnson, coauthor. “The Two Worlds of Jean Monnet: Practical and Theoretical Building Blocks of Political Integration.” In L’Union européenne et les Etats-Unis : Processus, politiques et projets / The European Union and the United States: Processes, Policies, and Projects, edited by Y. Echinard, A. Geslin, M. Gueldry and F. Terpan, 43-61. Bruxelles: Éditions Larcier, 2013.

Webster, David

Journal Articles and Chapters in Edited Collections:

“After the Missionaries: Churches and Human Rights NGOs in Canada’s Relations with China.” Journal of American East Asian Relations 20 no. 2-3 (2013): 216-33.

“Eying the Indies: Canadian Relations with Indonesia, 1945-1999,” commissioned chapter for Modern Canada: 1945 to present, forthcoming from Oxford University Press (in press).

“Languages of Human Rights in East Timor.” Asia Pacific Perspectives (University of San Francisco) 11, no. 1 (2013). In press.

“Race, Identity and Diplomacy in the Papua Decolonization Struggle, 1949-1962.” In Race, Ethnicity and the Cold War: A Global Perspective, edited by Philip Muehlenbeck. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press, 2012.

 

“Self-Determination Abandoned: The Road to the New York Agreement on West New Guinea (Papua), 1960-62.” Indonesia (Cornell University) no. 95 (April 2013): 9-24.


Recent Grants

Aitken, Avril

(application being currently considered) SSHRC Insight Grant (as collaborator with PI, Dr. Celia Haig Brown, York University)

Project title: “Listening to the Land: The Naskapi Nation Invests in Mining.”

Berco, Cristian

2011-2013 SSHRC Standard Research Grant ($40,000)

Project title: “Bodies of Difference: Women, Sorcery, and Society in Early Modern Spain.” Related to Gender and Race Axes.

2012-2013 (as collaborator with PI, Sean Caulfield) SSHRC Public Outreach Grant ($73,150)

Project title: “The Body in Question(s).” Related to general questions about identity and the body.

Charpentier, Claude

2010-2013 (as co-applicant with PI, Paul Morin) CIHR Grant ($199,871)

Project title: “Recherche interventionelle en santé des populations. Tableau de bord des communautés de l’Estrie : renforcer l’action sur les déterminants sociaux de la santé.” Related to healthcare and identity formation.

Charpentier, Claude and Stout, Dale

2010-2014. SRC Grant ($9,000)

Project title: “Facilitating Anglophones’ Access to English-language Mental Health Services in the Estrie Region.” Related to minority groups and their access to health care in the context of language barriers.

2011-2013 (as co-applicants with PI, Estelle Chamoux) CIHR Grant ($100,000)

Project title: “Official Language Minority Communities (2009-2010). Access to Health Care in English in the Eastern Townships and its Effects on Population Health.” Related to minority groups and their access to health care in the context of language barriers.

2011-2014. SRC Grant ($8,915)

Project title: “Ethnoreligious Diversity and Identity Contours in Quebec’s Secular Society.” Related to Ethnic and Religious Identities in the context of Immigration.

2012-2014 (as co-applicants with Estelle Chamoux, B. Bacon, F. Courcy. P.Gosselin, A. Morin and P. Morin) SRC Grant ($9,000)

Project title: “Access to Health Care in English and Health Outcomes in the Eastern Townships.” Related to minority groups and their access to health care in the context of language barriers.

Grogan Claire

2013 SRC Grant ($5,200)

Project title: “Political Caricature and Thomas Paine’s ‘Rights of Man’.” Related to nationality, language and class.

Harvey, Louis-Georges

2007-2010 SSHRC Standard Research Grant ($44,000)

Project title: “Tories, Whigs, and Patriots: Anglophone Political Discourse in Lower Canada, 1805-1837.” Related to historical identities of Anglophone community.

2010-2011, SRC grant ($7,285)

Project title: “Tories, Whigs, and Patriots: Anglophone Political Discourse in Lower Canada, 1805-1837.” Related to historical identities of Anglophone community.

Malley, Shawn

2013-201. SRC Grant ($9,000)

Project title: “Of Artifacts and Ancient Aliens.” Related to Identity themes in general.

Morra, Linda

2009-2013 FQRSC Research Grant ($39,471)

Project title: “L’écriture au feminine, l’identité nationale et le monde de l’édition au Canada au 20e siècle.” Related to Gender Axis and Canadian identity.

2012-2013 SRC Grant ($4,850)

Project title: “Making Waves: Ira Dilworth, A Modern Canadian Man for Modern Canadian Times.”

2013-2014 (as co-applicant with PI, Laura Davis) SSHRC Insight Development Grant ($43,000)

Project title: “Margaret Laurence and Jack McClelland: The development of Canadian literature in letters.”

Riddell, Jessica

2010 SRC Research Grant ($6,162)

Project title: “Gender, Genre and Crisis in Elizabethan Performance.” Related to Gender Axis.

2011-2013 SSHRC Insight Development Grant ($46,360)

Project title: “Gender, Genre, and Crisis in Elizabethan Performance.” Related to Gender Axis.

Stonebanks, Christopher.

2011 SRC Grant ($6,202)

Project title: “Culture Shock and Its Influence on Experiential Learning Programs.” Related to Praxis Malawi.

Stonebanks, Christopher, Arshad Taseen, and Barbara Hunting

2011 SRC Grant ($ 5,000)

Project title: “The Malawi Exchange: An Analysis of Reciprocal Learning and Knowledge Transfer Between Indigenous Stakeholders and Bishop’s University.” Related to Praxis Malawi.

Tronsgard, Jordan

2013-2015. SRC Research Grant ($1,500)

Project title: “Exploiting/Exploring the Past: The Spanish Civil War and Franco Regime in Current Spanish Novels and Films.” Related to historical memory and national identity.

Ugland, Trygve

2010-2014 Norwegian Research Council Team Grant ($ 300,000)

Project title: “Governing Food in a Globalising Environment.” Related to Transnational Axis.

2012-2014 SSHRC Insight Development Grant ($21,114)

Project title: “Reforming Canadian Immigration Policies: Learning from Canada?” Related to Transnational Axis.

2010-2014 Norwegian Research Council Team Grant ($ 300,000). “Governing Food in a Globalising Environment.” Related to Transnational Axis.

Webster, David

2012-2015 SSHRC Insight Grant ($23,626)

Project title: “Notion-States: Non-state Diplomacy in the Pacific Rim.” Related to Transnational Axis.

2012-2013 SSHRC Insight Development Grant ($18,513)

Project title: “Canadian Churches and the Trans-Pacific: the Canada-Asia Working Group and the Canada China Programme.” Related to Transnational Axis.