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Consuming sustainability : critical social analyses of ecological change / edited by Debra J. Davidson, Kierstin C. Hatt, and the Northern Critical Scholars Collective.
(Organic Roots Collective. Fernwood Press, 2005)
Canada and the Far East in 1939
(Ottawa, Canadian Committee for the History of the Second World War, 1996, 1996)
Review of Helen Creighton: Canada’s First Lady of Folklore, by Clary Croft (Halifax, NS: Nimbus, 1999)
(Canadian Folk Music/Bulletin de musique folklorique canadienne, 2004)
Downloading Doppelgängers: New Media Anxieties and Transnational Ironies in Battlestar Galactica
(SFFTV, Liverpool University Press, 2009)
This essay reads the re-made Battlestar Galactica series—-a 21st-century Frankenstein—-according to the Canadian contexts of its production and the globalized contexts of its distribution, both formal (on cable TV) and ...
Frankenstein as a figure of globalization in Canada’s postcolonial popular culture
(Routledge/Taylor & Francis, 2011-10)
This essay analyzes the cultural functions of Frankenstein as a figure of globalization in postcolonial popular culture. Focusing on the case of Canadian film production, I begin by contextualizing Canadian film as a ...