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Winning Back the Words
(Garamond Press, 1993)
Discourse and Power in Environmental Politics: Public Hearings on a Bleached Kraft Pulp Mill in Alberta
(Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, 1991-10)
Alberta : A Community Development Heritage Alternative
(ICOMOS Canada, 1996)
Since 1980, twelve new heritage attractions have been constructed by the Province of Alberta with three new facilities opening since 1990 despite a major recession. All but the Royal Tyrrell Museum and its Field Station ...
Discourse and Power in Environmental Politics," in Martin O'Connor (edited) Is Sustainable Capitalism Possible?.
(Guilford Publications, 1994)
Canadian memory institutions and the digital revolution : the last five years
Three American companies carry 80 per cent of Internet traffic. America Online has a large financial interest in two of these companies. Today there are about 1.5 million connections to the Internet; by 2010 there will be ...
The Rise of the Heritage Priesthood or the Decline of Community Based Heritage
(Historic Preservation Forum, 1998)
In October 1996 the United States Department of the Interior sent a cover letter for a lengthy document to state historic preservation officers and copied "tribes, professional organizations, and other interested parties." ...
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 ...