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Interpretation on the New Frontier:The Alberta Experience
(Alberta Museums Review, 1994)
The author has provided a thought-provoking analysis of the origins and influences of the heritage interpretation field in Alberta. He explores the effect successive generations of immigrants have had on the culture of the ...
Insidious Sources and the Historical Interpretation of the Pre-1870 West
(Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1991)
There has been a noticeable absence of the Anglican church, or its documents, in the mainstream of Canadian historical writing on the pre-1870 west. This does not mean that the Church of England has not been the subject ...
The Medicine Line and the Thin Red Line
(Montana, the Magazine of Western History, 1996)
The Medicine Line, the name given by the Blackfoot to the Canadian-American border, reflects the "magic" that it imposes on certain people. How can similar peoples sharing the same continent be so different when divided ...
(1995). The Sexually Specific Subject, Regimes of Truth, and the Construction of the Leader and of Leadership
Paper presented at the Annual meeting of The Learned Societies, Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association, Lacanian Indirection in Social Theory: Art, Ethics and Radical Democracy. Montreal, Canada. 1995.
(1993). A Feminist/Postmodernist Methodology for Educational Research.
A paper for presentation to the Education Graduate Students' Association, University of Alberta.
(1998) "Women Organizing and Globalization: Resistance and the Organizing of International NGOs". A paper for presentation to the annual meeting of The Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities, Canadian Women's Studies Association, Ottawa, Canada. A later version as a chapter for a book is linked to the book in the AU library below.
Sociology and Environmental Impact Assessment
(Canadian Journal of Sociology, 1997)
The paper indicates how a critical sociology could contribute to environmental impact assessment (EIA). It argues how sociologists must become involved in evaluating the EIA process itself. Topics examined include: how EIA ...
A snug little flock : the social origins of the Riel Resistance, 1869-70
(Watson and Dwyer, 1991)
Questions about the identities of the mixed-blood Indian-European peoples of Canada and the United States have puzzled historians and anthropologists in both countries. Who are the mixedbloods of North America? Why do they ...
Not Directly Affected: Using the Law to Close the Door on Environmentalists
(Journal of Canadian Studies, 1996)
Sherman et al describe how decisions affecting public health and the environment are made at the local administrative level in Alberta Canada and how the present law was used to exclude environmentalists from raising ...