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Keith Carlson

Keith Carlson

PhD UBC, 2004

Professor of History, Director of the ICCC, Special Advisor to VP Advancement on Outreach and Engagement

Office: Arts 1023
Phone: 306-966-5902; 966-2780
Email: keith.carlson@usask.ca

Keith Thor Carlson is a professor of History and the Director of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Culture and Creativity.  Born and raised in the town of Powell River on BC's west coast, his scholarship focuses on the Salish people of British Columbia, as well as with the Metis of Northwest Saskatchewan. A secondary research interest remains in mid-twentieth century Philippine peasant history.  He is actively engaged in graduate supervision and considers community-engagement as fundamental to both his and his students' research.  Outside academia he received (and is receiving) ongoing education from Salish knowledge keepers and knowledge interpreters.   Beyond scholarship he loves spending time with his family, exploring the outdoors, and wood carving.

PhD UBC 2004; MA UVic 1990; MA UVic 1988

 

Teaching & Supervision

 

2011-2012

History 871.3 Historiography Today

History 498.3 Orality, Literacy, Memory, and Tradition

History 860.3 / History 430.3 Ethnohistory Fieldschool

Comparative Aboriginal, PhD Major Field, for Katya Macdonald (with Jim Handy and Gary Zellar)

Comparative Aboriginal, PhD Minor Field, for Sarah Roberts (TBD)

Comparative Aboriginal, PhD Minor Field, for Patrick Chase and Blain Wickam (with Jim Handy and Gary Zellar)

 

2010-2011

       History 860.6 Ethnohistory Fieldschool

       History 152.3 Canada 1867-present

       History 871.3 Comparative Aboriginal History for Katya Macdonald et al. (with Jim Handy and Gary Zellar)

 

2009-2010

       History 266.3 History Wars: Issues in Native-newcomer Relations

       History 871.3 Historiography Today: Clio Promiscuous

       History 871.3 Comparative Colonial History for Rachel Hatcher, Matt Todd, and Paul Borrows (with Jim Handy)

       History 871.3 Comparative Frontier History for David Smith and Matt Todd (with Gary Zellar)

 

2008-2009

History 152.6 Post-Confederation Canada

History 860.6 Ethnohistory Fieldshool (summer session)

History 871.6 Comparative Aboriginal, PhD Major Reading Field for Omeasoo Butt and Amanda Fehr, (with Gary Zellar)

History 871.3 (Comparative Aboriginal) PhD Minor Reading Field for Dave Smith, (with Gary Zellar)

 

2007-2008

       On sabbatical

 

2006-2007

       History 298.3 – Issues in Native Newcomer Relations (T1)

       History 364.3 – The West in the American and Canadian Imaginations (T1)

       History 498.3 – Special topics reading class “Comparative Studies in Native History: The Metis of NW Saskatchewan, for Kevin Gambell, Amanda Fehr, and Katya MacDonald, (with Brenda Macdougall).

       History 898.3 – Clio Dancing with Anthropology (T1)

       History 898.6 – Comparative Aboriginal History, PhD Major Reading field for Jon Clapperton, Liam Haggarty, Meagan Gough, and Camie Agustus , (co-taught with Jim Handy) (T1-2)

       History 898.6 – Ethnohistory Fieldschool (summer session)

 

2005-2006

       History 298.3 – Issues in Native-Newcomer Relations (T1)

       History 398.3 – Pacific Northwest Ethnohistory to 1906 (T1)

       History 898.3 – Clio Dancing with Anthropology (T1)

       History 498.3 – Orality, Literacy, Memory, Tradition, and History (T2)

       History 152.3 – Canada, 1867-Present (T2)

       History 898.6 – Comparative Aboriginal History, PhD Major field for Byron Plant and John Gow, (T1-2)

       History 898.3 – Comparative Aboriginal History, PhD Minor field (T2)

 

 

2004-2005

       History 364.3 - The West in the American and Canadian Imaginations (T1)

       History 898.3 - Clio Dancing With Anthropology (T1)

       History 871.3 - Comparative Native History reading class, for Chris Clark (T1) (with J. Handy)

       History 498.3 - Comparative Native History reading class, for Anastasia Tataryn and Omeasoo Butt (T1) (with J. Handy)

       History 499.6 - Ethnohistory Fieldschool (summer session)

       History 899.6 - Ethnohistory Fieldschool (summer session)

       History 871.3 - Aboriginal History, PhD minor field, for Jon Anuik

       History 871.3 - Aboriginal Literacy, PhD minor field, for Brendan Edwards

 

2003-2004

       History 264.3 - Introduction to Native-Newcomer Relations (T1)

       History 364.3 - The West in the American and Canadian Imaginations (T1)

       History 364.3 - The West in the American and Canadian Imaginations (T2)

 

2002-2003

       History 451.6 - Native Newcomer Relations in Canada

       History 398.3 - Pacific Northwest Coast Ethnohistory to 1906

       History 152.3 - Canada, 1867-Present

 

2001-2002

       History 499.6 - Ethnohistory Fieldschool (With UVic and Stó:lõ Nation).

       History 451.6 - Native-Newcomer Relations in Canada.

       History 152.3 - Canada, 1867-Present.

 

2000

       History 326 - Native People in Canada.

       History 512 - Graduate Fieldschool in Ethnohistory. (UVic with Stó:lõ Nation).

 

1998

       History 512 - Graduate Fieldschool in Ethnohisotry.  (UVic with Stó:lõ Nation).

 

1993

       Anthropology 110 - Aboriginal People of British Columbia. (UCFV).

 

 

10. THESES SUPERVISED:

 

Completed PhD Supervison:

2012 Jon Clapperton (SSHRC Bombardier funded), “Stewards Of The Earth?: Aboriginal Peoples, Environmentalists And Historical Representation.”

2009 Byron Plant, PhD, (SSHRC funded), “The Politics of Indian Administration:  A Post-Revisionist History of Intrastate Relations in Mid-twentieth Century British Columbia.”

 

Completed MA Supervision:

2012 Stephanie Danyluck “’We Let Them Be Our Extended Family’: Disentangling Stó:Lõ Families From The Colonial Past”

2012 Amber Kostuchenko “’I am an Indian and live on the Indian Reserve’: History, Culture, Politics, Colonialism, and the (Re)Making of Chief Billie Hall”

2012 Ilya Lipin “Aboriginals And Education Systems In Canadian Northern Communities In Comparative Contest:  Challenges & Choices For Managing Duality” (non-thesis program)

2010 MacKinley Darlington “Captain Death Strikes Again: Tuberculosis and the Stó:lõ 1871-1907”

2010 Katya MacDonald (SSHRC funded), “Looking for Snob Hill and Sq’ewqel: Exploring the Changing Histories of Aboriginality and Community in Two Aboriginal Communities”

2009 Kevin Gambell MA (SSHRC funded), “Stó:lõ and Metis Cemetery Spaces”

2009 Amanda Fehr, MA, (SSHRC funded), “The Relationships of Place: A Study of Change and Continuity in Stó:lõ Understandings of I:yem”

2007 Alan Long, MA (SSHRC funded, interdisciplinary, co-supervised with Moira Day) “George Mann Was Not a Cowboy”

2006 Darren Friesen, MA, “The Other Newcomers: Aboriginal Interactions with People From the Pacific”

 

In Progress PhD Supervison:

Liam Haggarty, PhD, (SSHRC funded), “Aboriginal Welfare in Canada: A Comparative Study”

Jon Clapperton, PhD, (SSHRC Bombardier Fellowship), “Stewards of the Earth: Aboriginal Peoples, Environmentalists, and Representation”

Meagan Gough, PhD, (UofS Fellowship) “The Life Story of Stó:lõ Grand Chief Archie Charles”

Amanda Fehr, PhD, (SSHRC Bombardier Fellowship) “Nations Transformed?: Continuity and Change in Aboriginal Histories of Christianity

David Smith, “The Frontier and Cowboy Mythology in American Presidential Politics” (co-supervised with Gary Zellar)

Omeasoo Butt, PhD (Queen Elizabeth II Centennial Aboriginal Scholarship) “Aboriginal House and Home: Colonial Architecture and Aboriginal Governance.”

Katya MacDonald, (SSHRC Bombardier Fellowship) "The Social Life of the Blanket in Canada"

 

In Progress PhD Supervision Outside the Department of History and outside UofS:

Gwendolyn Point, College of Education, Simon Fraser University (co-supervised with Dan Laitsch)

 

In Progress MA Supervision:

            Ana Novakovic, "(GRF funded) “Anomie and Identity in Stó:lõ Commuities.”

         Lesley Wiebe, “Medical Discourse and Colonization”

 

External PhD and MA Examiner:

2012. Julia Jackley, MA, SFU, “Weaving the Histories of Klehkwahnnohm:  A Tla’amin Community in Southwest British Columbia,”

2011. Meshon Cantril, MA University of Saskatchewan, “Who has not trembled at the Mohock's name?": Narratives of Control and Resistance in the Press in Early Eighteenth-Century London.”

2011. Kenton Storey, PhD, University of Otago, NZ, “What will They Say in England’: Violence, Anxiety, and the Persistence of Humanitarianism in Vancouver Island and New Zealand, 1853-1862.”

2011. Timothy Foran, PhD, University of Ottawa, 'Les Gens de cette Place' Oblates and the Evolving Concept of Metis at Île-à-la-Crosse, 1845-1898”

2010. Victoria Freeman, PhD, University of Toronto, “'Toronto has no history!' Indigeneity, settler colonialism and historical memory in Canada's largest city”

2006. Richard Milligan, MA, University of Saskatchewan, “Toward Decolonized Conceptions of Space and Literature of Place in Ecocritical Analysis: The Process and Production of Landscape in William Bartramís Travels and Samuel Hearneís A Journey to the Northern Ocean”

2005. Adrian Stimson, MFA, University of Saskatchewan, “Buffalo Boy’s Heart On: Buffalo Boy’s 100 Years Of Wearing His Heart On His Sleeve”

Research

a) BOOKS (& Book Equivilants):

2012. Environment and History. Guest editor, with Jon Clapperton, of a special edition of the British journal, Environment and History titledProvincial and Local Parks in Global Perspective”.

 

2012. Folklore. Guest editor of a special edition of the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society’s journal Folklore, Winter 2012.  (These are works of original research and writing by 13 of the 127 undergraduates in my Hist152.3 class.)

 

2011. Orality and Literacy: Reflections across Disciplines, (University of Toronto Press, forthcoming March 2011). Co-editor and contributor with Kristina Fagan, Natalia Khanenko-Freisen

 

2010.  The Power of Place, The Problem of Time: Aboriginal Identity and Historical Consciousness in the Cauldron of Colonialism, (University of Toronto Press, 2010)

 

                   2009. “Métis History of N.W. Saskatchewan,” Saskatchewan History, Volume 61, No. 2, Fall 2009. (Guest Editor -- articles provided by                      my graduate students)

 

2009. Through Students' Eyes: Selected Papers from the Stó:lō Ethnohistory Field School. Co-editor with John Lutz and Dave Schaepe. (This special issue of the peer reviewed online journal Research Review Vol. 2, Issue 2, {http://journals.ufv.ca/rr/RR22/} highlights the best contributions of UofS and UVic graduate students participating in the Ethnohistory Fieldschool, 1996-2007.)

 

2006.  Second edition of Henry Pennier’s “Call Me Hank”: A Stó:lõ Man’s Reflections on Logging, Living, and Growing Old. (Toronto: University of Toronto Press). Co-editor/contributor with Kristina Fagan. (Together Prof. Fagan and I contributed a 42 page scholarly introduction, explanatory endnotes, two appendices, a glossary, a map, illustrations, and two technical diagrams).

 

2001.  A Stó:lô-Coast Salish Historical Atlas. Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre; Seattle: University of Washington Press; Chilliwack B.C.: Stó:lô Heritage Trust, 2001, 198pp. Editor and senior author.

 

1998.  “I Am Stó:lô :” Katherine Explores Her Heritage, Chilliwack: Stó:lô  Heritage Trust, 1998, 107pp. Senior author with Sonny McHalsie.

 

1997. You Are Asked To Witness: The Stó:lô In Canada’s Pacific Coast History.  Chilliwack B.C.: Stó:lô Heritage Trust, 1997, 210pp. Editor and senior author.

 

                  1996.  The Twisted Road to Freedom: America’s Granting of Independence to the Philippines. Manila: University of the Philippines                              Press, 1995; University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu, 1996, 176pp.

 

b) CHAPTERS IN BOOKS:

2012. “Different Peoples, Shared Lands: Historical Perspectives on Native-Newcomer Relations Surrounding Resource Use in British Columbia,” Ken Coates and Keith Carlson in D.B. Tindall and Ronald L. Trosper, eds., Aboriginal Peoples and Forest Lands in Canada (UBC Press, 2012) (forthcoming)

 

2011. "Technologies and Travels: The Secwepmec Use of Literacy and Steam Travel", in Diane Jules, ed., Secwepmec History (Kamloops BC: Kamloops Tribal Council, 2011 - accepted) (not peer reviewed)

 

2011. “Orality About Literacy: The ‘Black and White’ of Salish History,” in Keith Thor Carlson, Kristina Fagan, and Natalia Khanenko-Friesen eds., Orality and Literacy: Reflections Across Disciplines (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2011). 39pgs.

 

2011. “Reading and Listening at Batoche,” in Carlson, Fagan and Khanenko-Friesen, eds., Orality and Literacy: Reflections across Disciplines, (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2011). Co-author with Fagan, and Khanenko-Friesen. 25pgs.

 

2009.  “Aboriginal Diplomacy: Queen Victoria Comes to Canada, and Coyote Goes to London” in Whitney Lackenbaur, and Marshall Bier, eds., Indigenous Diplomacies, (Hampshire: Paulgrave MacMillan, 2009) 29pgs.

 

2009.  “Turning the Page: Ethnohistory From a New Generation”, in Ethnohistory for a New Generation, eds., Keith Thor Carlson et. al. (special issue of the peer reviewed online journal Research Review Vol. 2, Issue 2, {http://journals.ufv.ca/rr/RR22/}), Co-author with John Lutz, and David Schaepe. 14pgs.

 

2007. “Innovation, Tradition, Colonialism, and Aboriginal Fishing Conflicts in the Lower Fraser Canyon,” in Ted Binnema and Susan Neylan, eds., New Histories for Old: Changing Perspectives on Canada’s Native Past (UBC Press, 2007). 43pgs

 

2007. “The Chilliwack Migration,” in Ron Denman, The Chiliwack Story (Chilliwack: Chilliwack Museum and Archives, 2007). Co-author with Ron Denman. 5pgs. (Not peer reviewed).

 

2007.  “Toward An Indigenous Historiography: Events, Migrations, and the Formation of ‘Post-Contact’ Coast Salish Collective Identities,” in Bruce G. Miller ed., “Be of Good Mind”: Essays on the Coast Salish, (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press). 46pgs.

 

2007. “Reflections on Indigenous History and Memory: Reconstructing and Reconsidering Contact,” in John Lutz, ed., Myth and Memory: Stories of Indigenous-European Contact. (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2007). 41pgs.

 

2006. “The Indians and the Crown: Aboriginal Memories of Royal Promises in Pacific Canada,” in Colin Coates ed., Majesty in Canada, (Edinborough, Scotland: Dundurn Press, 2005). 30pgs.

 

2005. “The Chilliwacks and the River Valley,” in Ron Denman ed., In the Arms of the Mountains: A History of the Chilliwack River Valley, (Chilliwack BC: Chilliwack River Valley Historical Society, 2006) 2pgs. (Not peer reviewed).

 

2001. “Making the World Right through Transformations,” in Keith Thor Carlson, ed., A Stó:lô-Coast Salish Historical Atlas, (Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 2001), Plate 1, pp.6-7. Co-authored with Sonny McHalsie and David Schaepe

 

2001.  “Expressions of Collective Identity,” in Keith Thor Carlson, ed., A Stó:lô-Coast Salish Historical Atlas, (Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 2001), Plate 8, pp.24- 29.

 

2001.  “Stó:lô Migrations and Shifting Identity,” in Keith Thor Carlson, ed., A Stó:lô- Coast Salish Historical Atlas, (Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 2001), Plate 9, pp.30-31.

 

2001. “Changing Households, Changing Houses,” in Keith Thor Carlson, ed., A Stó:lô- Coast Salish Historical Atlas, (Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 2001), Plate 13, pp.40-47. Junior author with David Schaepe, Sonny McHalsie, and Patricia Omerod

 

2001.  “Inter-Community Conflicts,” in Keith Thor Carlson, ed., A Stó:lô-Coast Salish Historical Atlas, (Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 2001), Plate 14, pp.48-49.

 

2001.  “Memories of Defense,” in Keith Thor Carlson, ed., A Stó:lô-Coast Salish Historical Atlas, (Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 2001), Plate 15, pp.50- 51. Senior author with Kelly, Hugh, Harry Edwards and Andy Commodore,

 

2001.  “Expressions of Trade and Exchange,” in Keith Thor Carlson, ed., A Stó:lô - Coast Salish Historical Atlas, (Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 2001), Plate 18, pp.56-57.

 

2001.  “History Wars: Considering Contemporary Fishing Site Disputes,” in Keith Thor Carlson, ed., A Stó:lô-Coast Salish Historical Atlas, (Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 2001), Plate 19, pp.58-59.

 

2001.  “The Numbers Game: Interpreting Historical Stó:lô Demographics,” in Keith Thor Carlson, ed., A Stó:lô-Coast Salish Historical Atlas, (Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 2001), Plate 27, pp.76-83.

 

2001.  “Perceptions and Perspectives of the ‘Other,’” in Keith Thor Carlson, ed., A Stó:lô-Coast Salish Historical Atlas, (Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 2001), Plate 28, pp.84-91.

 

2001.  “The Fraser River Gold Rush, 1858,” in Keith Thor Carlson, ed., A Stó:lô-Coast Salish Historical Atlas, (Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 2001), Plate 29, pp.92- 93.

 

2001.  “Indian Reservations,” in Keith Thor Carlson, ed., A Stó:lô-Coast Salish Historical Atlas, (Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 2001), Plate 30, pp.94-95.

 

2001.  “European Mapping of an Unfamiliar World,” in Keith Thor Carlson, ed., A Stó:lô-Coast Salish Historical Atlas, (Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 2001), Plate 44, pp128-133.

 

2001.  “Prophesy,” in Keith Thor Carlson, ed., A Stó:lô -Coast Salish Historical Atlas, (Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 2001), Plate 46, pp.154-161.

 

1999.  “Indian Folk History and Place Names,” in Dalphne Sleigh, ed., One Foot on the Border: The History of Sumas Prairie and Area, (Abbotsford: Sumas Prairies and Area Historical Society, 1999), 3pgs. Senior author with Sonny McHalsie.  (Not Peer Reviewed)

 

1997.  “First Contact—Smallpox: ‘A Sickness No Medicine Could Cure and No Person Escape,’” in Keith Thor Carlson, ed., You Are Asked To Witness: The Stó:lô In Canada’s Pacific Coast History, (Chilliwack B.C.: Stó:lô Heritage Trust, 1997), pp.27-40.

 

1997.  “Stó:lo-Xwelitem Relations During the Fur and Salmon Trade Era,” in Keith Thor Carlson, ed., You Are Asked To Witness: The Stó:lô In Canada’s Pacific Coast History, (Chilliwack B.C.: Stó:lô Heritage Trust, 1997), pp.41-52.

 

1997.  “A Legacy of Broken Promises: The Xwelítem Exploration and Settlement of S’olh Téméxw,” in Keith Thor Carlson, ed., You Are Asked To Witness: The Stó:lô In Canada’s Pacific Coast History, (Chilliwack B.C.: Stó:lô Heritage Trust, 1997), pp.53-86.

 

1997.  “Early Nineteenth Century Stó:lô Social Structures and Government Assimilation Policy,” in Keith Thor Carlson, ed., You Are Asked To Witness: The Stó:lô In Canada’s Pacific Coast History, (Chilliwack B.C.: Stó:lô Heritage Trust, 1997), pp.87-108.

 

1997.  “Stó:lô People and the Development of the B.C. Wage Labour Economy,” in Keith Thor Carlson, ed., You Are Asked To Witness: The Stó:lô In Canada’s Pacific Coast History, (Chilliwack B.C.: Stó:lô Heritage Trust, 1997), pp.109-124. Co-author with John Lutz

 

1997.  “Stó:lô Soldiers, Stó:lô Veterans,” in Keith Thor Carlson, ed., You Are Asked To Witness: The Stó:lô In Canada’s Pacific Coast History, (Chilliwack B.C.: Stó:lô Heritage Trust, 1997), pp.125-138.

 

                1997.  “Spoken Literature,” in Keith Thor Carlson, ed., You Are Asked To Witness: The Stó:lô In Canada’s Pacific Coast History,                                  (Chilliwack B.C.: Stó:lô Heritage Trust, 1997), pp.181-196. Junior author with M. Teresa Carlson, Brian Thom and Albert McHalsie 

 

c) EXPOSITORY AND REVIEW ARTICLES:

2008.  "Colonialist Apology and the Batoche National Historical Site Multi-Media Presentation," in The Public Historian, special issue “Public History in Canada” (31:1, Winter 2009) 120-124, (University of California Press: University of California at Santa Barbara).  Invited review essay by guest editor Lyle Dyck.

 

2005.  “Appraising Cole Harris’ Making Native Space: Colonialism, Resistance, and Reserves in British Columbia.” Native Studies Review, Vol. 16, No. 2, 2005, pp.125-131.

 

2001.  “An Annotated Bibliography of Major Writings in Aboriginal History (1990-2000),” Canadian Historical Review, Vol. 82, No. I, March 2001, pp.122-171. Co-author with Melinda Jette and Kenichi Matsui,

 

12. PAPERS IN REFEREED JOURNALS PUBLISHED AND ACCEPTED:

2010. "Family Cohesion and Colonial Atomization: Governance and Authority in a Coast Salish Community," Native Studies Review, 19, no.2 (2010).

 

2009. “Exploring Stó:lō-Coast Salish interaction and Identity in Ancient Houses and Settlements in the Fraser Valley, British Columbia,” American Antiquity, Vol. 74, No. 4, October 2009. Dana Lepofsky, David M. Schaepe, Anthony P. Graesch, Michael Lenert, Patricia Ormerod, Keith Thor Carlson, Jeanne E. Arnold, Michael Blake, Patrick Moore, and John J. Clague.

 

2008. “Born Again of the People: Luis Taruc and Peasant Ideology in Philippine Revolutionary Politics,” Histoire Sociale / Social History. Vol. XLI, No. 82, Nov 2008, 417-458.

 

2007 “Precedent and the Aboriginal Response to Global Incursions: Smallpox and Identity Reformation Among the Coast Salish, Journal of the Canadian Historical Association, Vol. 18, Issue 2, pp. 165-201.

 

2007. “Коли говорять інакші інші, або сенс пам’яті: та марнота приміток історика,” [“The Other's Other Orality and the Meaning of Memory,” (translated by Ludmila Slobodianiuk)] Ukraina Moderna, Lviv Ukraine, November January 2007. (22 pages)

 

2005.  “Rethinking Dialogue and History: The King’s Promise and the 1906 Aboriginal Delegation to London,” Native Studies Review, Vol. 16, No. 2, 2005, pp.1-38.

 

1997.  “Stó:lô Exchange Dynamics,” Native Studies Review, Vol. 11, No. 1, 1997, pp.5-48.

 

1996.  “The Lynching of Louis Sam,” BC Studies, No. 109, Spring 1996, pp.63-79.

 

13. PAPERS IN NON-REFEREED JOURNALS PUBLISHED AND ACCEPTED:

2009.  “Glimpses of Métis Society and History in Northwest Saskatchewan” in Special Edition of Sask History Saskatchewan History Volume 61, No. 2, Fall 2009, 3-6.

 

1999.   “Natives in the Fur Trade: Looking at the Fort Langley Journals.” Review Essay, BC Historical News, Fall 1999, pp.13-15.

 

1999.  “Soldati Stó:lô , Veterani Stó:lô: la straordinaria storia dei soldati solati Stó:lõ, militari per forza in guerra e militanti politici in pace,” HAKO 16, Incontro Con le Culture Magico Visionarie, Estate 1999, pp.19-23.

 

1998.  “Dentro e Fuori il Mercato: Il caso della tribu della vale del fiume Fraser dimostra come gli stereotipi antichi e moderni oscurino il economico indiano,” HAKO 12, Incontro Con le Culture Magico Visionarie, Primavera 1998, pp.27-29.

 

1995.  “Theodore Roosevelt and the Winning of the West: Historian as History” Theodore Roosevelt Association Journal, New York.  Vol. XX, no.3 & 4, Spring-Summer 1994- 1995, pp.22-27.

 

OTHER:

1997.  The Fur Trade on the Aboriginal Pacific Northwest, Vancouver: Thunderwater     Group, a Division of Jan Perrier Design, 1997.  A Poster Map (27 by 38 inches) depicting all fur trade posts, their years of operation and affiliation, and the major routes of overland and maritime exploration set against the Aboriginal language groups of the Pacific Northwest Coast. Includes an essay describing current interpretations of European-Aboriginal relations during the fur trade era.