Spotlighting key publications by network members.
Gillian Roberts and David Stirrup
Parallel Encounters: Culture at the Canada-US Border. Gillian Roberts and David Stirrup, eds. Wilfrid Laurier University Press (2013).
"Culture and the Canada-US Border" special issue of the American Review of Canadian Studies. Volume 40, Issue 3 (2010).
"Introduction to the ARCS Special Issue on Culture and the Canada–US Border". Gillian Roberts and David Stirrup. p321-325.
"Bats Along the Border: Sport, Festivals, and Culture in an International Community during the First World War". Brandon Dimmel. p326-337.
"From Big Bad Wolf to Ecological Hero: Canis Lupus and the Culture(s) of Nature in the American–Canadian West". Karen Jones. p338-350.
"The “Chinese Question” and the Canada–US Border, 1885: “Why don't Governor Squire send his troops to Semiahmoo to prevent the twelve or fifteenthousand pagans from crossing our borders from British Columbia?”". Matthew Annis. p351-361.
"Detroit's Border Brothel: Sex Tourism in Windsor, Ontario, 1945–1960". Holly Karibo. p362-378.
"Organizing Across the Canada–US Border: Binational Institutions in the Niagara Region". Munroe Eagles. p379-394.
"The Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) and the Making of a Border-Crossing Culture on the US–Canada Border, 1891–1941". Thomas A. Klug. p395-415.
- "The Canada–US Border and Indigenous Peoples in the Nineteenth Century". Roger L. Nichols. p416-428.
Kelly Hewson and Lee Easton
"How, Exactly, Does the Beaver Bite Back? The Case of Canadian Students Viewing Paul Haggis’s Crash." Parallel Encounters: Culture at the Canada-US Border. Gillian Roberts and David Stirrup, eds. Wilfrid Laurier Univesity Press (2013).
"Reflections on the Interplay of Race, Whiteness and Canadian Identity in a Film Studies Classroom." Reception: texts, readers, audiences, history. Vol. 2 (Summer 2010).
"'I'm Not American, I'm a Nymphomaniac': Queering the Nation with Guy Maddin's The Saddest Music in the World." Playing with Memory: Essays on Guy Maddin. David Church, ed. University of Manitoba Press (2009).
"Return to Repair: The Dilemma of the Post-Colonial Queer in Lawrence Scott's Aelred's Sin." Ariel (2006).
"Meanings of Health as Cultural Identity and Ideology Across Canada-US Borders." Parallel Encounters: Culture at the Canada-US Border. Gillian Roberts and David Stirrup, eds. Wilfrid Laurier Univesity Press (2013).
"Organizing Across the Canada-US Border: Binational Institutions in the Niagara Region." American Review of Canadian Studies. Vol 40, No. 3 (September 2010) 3799-394.
-- and Paul Bélanger. "Canadian-American Relations in a Turbulent Era." PS: Political Science and Politics. XXXIX, 4 (October 2006): 821-824.
-- and David Biette, Special issue co-editors on "The Thomas O. Enders Issue on the State of the Canada-United States Relationship." American Review of Canadian Studies. Vol. 37, No. 1 (Spring 2007).
"'You said you didn't give a fuck about hockey': Popular Culture, The Fastest Game on Earth and the Imagined Canadian Nation." Now is the Winter, Harrison and Dopp, Womack and Wynn, eds. (2009)
"To Dream the Authentically Canadian Dream" in True North: Essays for Canadian Readers. (October 1995)
"Strategic Parallels: Invoking the Border in Thomas King’s Green Grass, Running Water and Drew Hayden Taylor’s In a World Created by a Drunken God." Parallel Encounters: Culture and the Canada-US Border. Gillian Roberts and David Stirrup, eds. Wilfrid Laurier University Press (2013).
"Navigating the 'International Dots and Dashes': David W. McFadden's Great Lakes Suite and the Canada-US Border." American Review of Canadian Studies, 40.2 (2011).
"Sameness and Difference: Border Crossings in The Stone Diaries and Larry's Party." Canadian Literature 191 (2006): 86-102.
Discrepant Parallels: Cultural Implications of the Canada-US Border. McGill-Queen's University Press (2015).
"Bridging the Third Bank: Indigeneity and Installation Art at the Canada-US Border." Parallel Encounters: Culture and the Canada-US Border. Gillian Roberts and David Stirrup, eds. Wilfrid Laurier University Press (2013).
"to the Indian names are subjoined a mark and seal": Tracing the Terrain of Ojibwe Writing. Literature Compass (2010).
"Reading around the dotted line": from the contact zones to the heartlands of First Nations/Canadian Literatures. Native American Renaissance: The Literary Imagination. A. Robert Lee and Alan Velie, eds. Under review with Oklahoma University Press.