Articles

2016 “Arctic Sovereignty and the Relevance of History,” in Governing the North American Arctic: Sovereignty, Security and Institutions, eds. Dawn Berry, Nigel Bowles and Halbert Jones. Palgrave Macmillan, UK
2014 “The Importance to Arctic Sovereignty-How the find [of the HMS Erebus] affects Canada’s case,” in special collector’s edition of the Canadian Geographic,  December 2014, 60-61.
2013 “The Weight of History in the Arctic: Why the history of the Arctic is relevant to today’s debates over the future of the region.” in OpenCanada.Org,  Canadian International Council newsletter, 25 February
 Review of The Canadian Rangers: A Living History by P. Whitney Lackenbauer. ARCTIC, TBA
2012  Review of Canada and the Changing Arctic: Sovereignty, Security and Stewardship, by Franklyn Griffiths, Rob Huebert, and P. Whitney Lackenbauer. Canadian Journal of Political Science, TBA.
“The Making of a Hero,” a review of The Last Viking: The Life of Roald Amundsen by Stephen R. Bown. Literary Review of Canada, 20:8, October
“Arctic Dreams and Nightmares” for Top of the World Telegraph, Institute of the North, Volume 8 Issue 22. Anchorage, AK: Institute of the North, 31 May
2011 “Foreword” to the Voyage of the ‘Fox’ in the Arctic Seas , Sir Francis Leopold McClintock, reprint of the 3rd edition. Vancouver: Touchwood Books
“Images of Change from the Canadian Arctic,” Public Sector Digest, December
Review of “Inuit Education and Schools in the Eastern Arctic,” by Heather E. McGregor. The Northern Review, No 34, Fall 20122.
Review of “Tukiliit: The Stone People Who Live in the Wind,” by Norman Hallendy. The Northern Review, No 33, Spring 2011.
“Dominion Land Surveyors and Arctic Sovereignty in the Early 20th Century,”  Ontario Professional Surveyor, vol. 54, no. 1: 24-28.
2007 “Arctic Wilderness – and Other Mythologies” in Eugenia Sojka, ed., (De)Constructing Canadianness: Myth of the Nation and Its Discontents. Katowice, Poland: Slask (42-46).
2005 “Niaqutiaq,”Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Volume XV, University of Toronto Press.
2001 “Inuit History in the Next Millenium: Challenges and Rewards,” in Northern Visions: New Perspectives on the North in Canadian History.Kerry Abel and Ken S. Coates, eds. Peterborough: Broadview Press.
2001 “Circumpolar Regions: Frontier or Homeland. Historical Relevance of the East-West Dynamic in Relation to South-North Priorities,”in North Meets North: Proceedings of the First Northern Research Forum,Iceland: Stefansson Arctic Institute and the University of Akureyri.
2000 “Sovereignty and Justice in the Eastern Arctic: The Janes Murder Trial,” in Aspects of Arctic and Sub-Arctic History: Proceedings of the International Congress on the History of the Arctic and Sub-Arctic Region,  Rekjavik, 18– 21 June 1998. Reykjavik: University of Iceland Press.
1998 Inuit Historiography: Current Status and Blueprints for the Future,”Journal of Canadian Studies,33:1 (Spring).
“Arctic Wilderness–and Other Mythologies,” Journal of Canadian Studies, 33:2 (Summer)
1997 “Religious Fanaticism at Leaf Bay, Ungava — 1931,” Etudes/Inuit/Studies, 21:1-2 (1997): 159-188.
1996 “Imagination and Spirituality: Written Narratives and the Oral Tradition,” inEchoing Silence: Papers on Arctic Narratives, John Moss, ed. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press.
1992 “Why the St. Roch? Why the Northwest Passage? Why 1940? New Answers to Old Questions,” Arctic, 46:1 (March): 82-87.
“Circumpolar ‘Myths of the North’ as a Cultural Dimension of Northern Development.” published in Proceedings of the Second International Conference on the Role of Circumpolar Universities in Northern Development, Tyumen State University, Russia
1991 “Northern Identity — Barometer or Convector of National Unity” for J. Granatstein and K. McNaught, eds. English Canada Speaks Out, Toronto: Doubleday.
“A Case of Compounded Error: The Inuit Resettlement Project, 1953 and the Government Response 1990. Northern Perspectives (CARC), 19:1 (Spring): 3-29.
1989 “Hugh Llewellyn Keenleyside, Commissioner of the Northwest Territories, 1947-1950,” Arctic 43:1 (March): 80-81.
“Myths of the North in the Canadian Ethos,” in The Northern Review, No 3/4 (Summer/Winter):15-41.
“Northern Nationalists: Visions of a ‘New North,’ 1940-1950,” in For Purposes of Dominion: Essays in Honour of Morris Zaslow, eds. K. Coates and Wm. R. Morrison, Toronto: Captus University Publications.
1988 “Symbols and Myths — Images of Canoe and North” in Canexus: The Canoe in Canadian Culture. eds. James Raffan and Bert Horwood. Toronto: Betelgeuse.
1985 “George M. Douglas and the Lure of the Coppermine,” in Nastawgan, Bruce Hodgins and Margaret Hobbs, (eds.). Toronto: Betelgeuse.
1984 “Escott Meredith Reid: The Making of a Radical Diplomat,” Queen’s Quarterly, (Fall).
1983 “The Indian Policy of Duncan Campbell Scott and the Plains Cree of Saskatchewan,” Journal  of  Canadian Studies 18:3 (Fall).

Co-authored Articles

1989 with Bruce Hodgins and Peter Loveday (ANU), “Not Quite Federal Members: The Territorial Norths of Canada and Australia,” in B. Hodgins et al, eds., Federalism in Canada and Australia: Historical   Perspectives, 1920-1988, Peterborough: Frost Centre,Trent University.
1989 with Bruce Hodgins and John Eddy, “Dynamic Federalism in Canada and Australia: Continuity and Change,” in  Federalism in Canada and Australia,(see above).
1986 Bruce Hodgins, “The Canadian North: Trends in Recent Historiography,” Acadiensis, 16:1 (Fall), 173.

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