Publications to download

Conrad, Margaret (2011). "Rescuing the Humanities One Website at a Time," Keynote address to the Society for Digital Humanities, Fredericton, 1 June 2011.

Conrad, Margaret, David Northrup, and John Pollard (2007). "Canadians and Their Pasts: Exploring the Historical Consciousness of Canadians." ISR Newsletter 22, 1 (Fall): 1-3.

Conrad, Margaret, Natalie Dubé, David Northrup, and Keith Owre (2010). "I want to know my bloodline? New Brunswickers and Their Pasts," Journal of New Brunswick Studies 1 (Fall): 1-28.

Ercikan, Kadriye and Wolff-Michael Roth (2006). "What Good Is Polarizing Research Into Qualitative and Quantitative? Educational Researcher 35, 5 (June/July ): 14-23.

Friesen, Gerald with Del Muise and David Northrup (2009). “Variations on the Theme of Remembering: A National Survey of How Canadians Use the Past,” In Journal of Canadian Historical Association, New Series, 20, 1, p. 221-248.

Létourneau, Jocelyn, et Sabrina Moisan (2004). “Mémoire et récit de l'aventure historique du Québec chez les jeunes Québécois d'héritage canadien-français : coup de sonde, amorce d'analyse des résultats, questionnements,” Canadian Historical Review 85, 2 (juin): 325-356.

Peck, Carla and Peter Seixas (2008). "Benchmarks of Historical Thinking: First Steps." Canadian Journal of Education. 31.

Robichaud, Marc (2011). "L’histoire de l’Acadie telle que racontée par les jeunes francophones du Nouveau-Brunswick : construction et déconstruction d’un récit historique." Acadiensis, no. 2, (été/automne): 33-69.

Seixas, Peter (2007). "Historical consciousness and the scholarship of teaching and learning history." History: Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Newsletter 1, 3 (September). 

Seixas, Peter, Kadriye Ercikan and David Northrup (2008)."History and the Past: Towards a Measure of 'Everyman's' Epistemology" American Educational Association, New York City, March 27, 2008.



Publications

Conrad, Margaret (2008a). "Public History and its Discontents, or History in the Age of Wikipedia." Journal of the Canadian Historical Association/Revue de la Société Historique du Canada (New Series) 18, 1: 1-26.

Conrad, Margaret (2008b). "The Future of the Past in Atlantic Canada." Literary Review of Canada (October): 3-5.


Conrad, Margaret (2008c). "Towards a Participatory Historical Culture." Canadian Issues/Thèmes canadiens (October): 66-69.


Conrad, Margaret, Corey Slumkosk, and Lisa Charlong (2008). "History on the Internet: The Atlantic Canada Portal." Acadiensis XXXVII, 1 (Winter/Spring): 100-109.

Conrad, Margaret and David Northrup, "Fail Again: Fail Better: Atlantic Canadians and Their Pasts," in Shaping an Agenda for Atlantic Canada, ed. John G. Reid and Donald J. Savoie (Halifax: Fernwood, 2011), 137-164.


Conrad, Margaret, Jocelyn Létourneau, and David Northrup (2009). “Canadians and their Pasts: An Exploration in Historical Consciousness,” The Public Historian, 31, 1 (February): 15-34.


Dubinsky, Lon (2007). "A Tale of Relevance in Two Museums in Two Small Cities." Museum Management and Curatorship 22, 1 (March): 11-27. (Best Paper Award for 2007 in the Curatorial Category for this journal)


Dubinsky, Lon and Del Muise (2008). "Partnering with the Past: the Canadians and their Pasts Project." Muse (January/February): 32-37.


Ercikan, Kadriye (2006). "Developments in assessment of student learning and achievement." In Handbook of Educational Psychology, ed. P. A. Alexander and P. H. Winne, 929-953. 2nd ed. New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Ercikan, Kadriye, and Seixas, Peter (2011), "Assessment of Higher Order Thinking: the Case of Historical Thinking", in G. Scraw (Ed.), Assessment of Higher Order Thinking Skills,  Scottsdale (AZ), Information Age Publishing (In press).

Friesen, Gerald (2005a). "Peopling the Prairies." Canadian Issues/Thèmes canadiens (Winter): 46-48.

Friesen, Gerald (2005b). "Space and Region in Canadian History" Journal of the Canadian Historical Association/Revue de la Société Historique du Canada. (New Series) 16: 1-22.

Friesen, Gerald (2008). "Greater North American History: Problems and Prospects." Canadian Issues/Thèmes canadiens (October): 29-32.

Friesen, Gerald (2010a). "Critical History in Western Canada 1900-2000". In Alvin Finkel et. al. The West and Beyond: New Perspectives on an Imagined Region, Edmonton: Athabasca University Press: 3-12.

Friesen, Gerald (2010b). "John Norquay, 1878-1887", In Barry Ferguson and Robert Wardhaugh (eds.), Manitoba Premiers of the 19th and 20th Centuries, Regina: Canadian Plains Research Centre: 47-67.

Friesen, Gerald (2010c). "The Manitoba Political Tradition", In Paul G. Thomas and Curtis Brown (eds.), Manitoba Politics and Government: Issues, Institutions, Traditions, Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press: 21-42.

Friesen, Gerald (2011a). "Cultural Diversity in Prairie Canada and the Writing of National History". In Friesen and Owram (eds.), Thinkers and Dreamers: Historical Essays in Honour of Carl Berger, Toronto: UTP.

Friesen, Gerald (2011b). "Historical Thinking in Canadian History Survey Courses in the University". In Penney Clark (ed.), New Possibilities for the Past : Shaping History Education in Canada, Vancouver: UBC Press (Forthcoming).

Friesen, Gerald and Esyllt Jones (2009) (eds.). Prairie Metropolis: New Essays on Winnipeg Social History. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2009.

Friesen, Gerald and Roy Loewen (2009). Immigrants in Prairie Cities: Ethnic Diversity in Twentieth Century Canada, Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Friesen, Gerald, and Doug Owram (2011). Thinkers and Dreamers: Historical Essays in Honour of Carl Berger. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Gendreau, Andrée (2006). "Aboriginal Museums in the Post-Modern Era." Muse XXIV, 6 (Nov.-Dec.): 34-36.


Jedwab, Jack (2008). "Knowledge of History and National Identity in Quebec and the Rest of Canada." Canadian Issues/Thèmes canadiens (October ): 7-13.


Jones, Esyllt and Gerald Friesen (2009) (eds). New Essays on Winnipeg Social History. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press.

Ercikan, Kadriye, and Seixas, Peter (2011), "Assessment of Higher Order Thinking: the Case of Historical Thinking", in G. Scraw (Ed.), Assessment of Higher Order Thinking Skills,  Scottsdale (AZ), Information Age Publishing (In press).


Létourneau, Jocelyn (2006a). "Les possibilités de la narration historienne". Dans Mémoire de guerre et construction de la paix, Mentalités et choix politiques, dir. Serge Jaumain et Éric Renacle, 29-37. Belgique: Peter Lang.

Létourneau, Jocelyn (2006b). "Faut-il craindre une autre histoire du Québec?". Canadian Issues/Thèmes canadiens (automne): 87-90.

Létourneau, Jocelyn (2006c). "Mythistoires de loser : introduction au roman historial des Québécois d'héritage canadien-français". Histoire sociale/Social History 39, 77 (mai): 157-180.

Létourneau, Jocelyn (2006d). Que veulent vraiment les Québécois? Regard sur l'intention nationale au Québec (français). Montréal: Boréal.

Létourneau, Jocelyn (2006e). "Remembering our Past: An Examination of the Historical Memory of Young Québécois." In To the Past: History Education, Public Memory, and Citizenship in Canada, ed. Ruth Sandwell, 70-87. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Létourneau, Jocelyn (2008a). "Clio en crise? Trois défis à l'interrogation historienne contemporaine". Edad Media. Revista de Historia [Espagne] 9: 87-103.

Létourneau, Jocelyn (2008b). "History in Post-Historical Times" Canadian Issues/Thèmes canadiens (October): 70-72.

Létourneau, Jocelyn (2008c). "L'histoire à l'ère posthistorique". Le Devoir, 10 juillet: A7.

Létourneau, Jocelyn (2008d). "Questions de mémoire". Recherches sociographiques 49, 2: 326-343.

Létourneau, Jocelyn (2008e). "Transmettre la culture comme mémoire et identité. Au cœur du débat sur l'éducation historique des jeunes Québécois". Revue française de pédagogie 165 (octobre/novembre/décembre): 43-54.

Létourneau, Jocelyn (2009a). "Pour une épistémè ouverte, plurielle et compréhensive", Revue d’histoire de l’Amérique française, 63, 1 (été): 125-133.

Létourneau, Jocelyn (2009b). "Bogumil Jewsiewicki ou l'histoire comme exploration savante". Dans Une histoire en partage : images, mémoires et savoirs. Mélanges offerts à Bogumil Jewsiewicki, préf. de Pierre Nora, 11-19. Paris : Khartala.

Létourneau, Jocelyn (2010a). Le Québec entre son passé et ses passages, Montréal, Fides.

Létourneau, Jocelyn (2010b). "Les jeunes et l’histoire du Québec", dans Marie Mc Andrew, ed., L’école et la diversité : perspectives comparées, Québec, PUL: 133-143.

Létourneau, Jocelyn (2010c). "Quelle histoire d’avenir pour le Québec ?", Histoire de l’éducation [France] 126 (avril-juin): 97-119.

Létourneau, Jocelyn (2011a). "La relació Québec-Canadà en l'ensenyament de la historia" [La relation Québec-Canada dans l’enseignement de l’histoire],  Perspectiva Escolar [Catalogne] 352: 17-24.

Létourneau, Jocelyn (2011b). "The Current Debate on History Education in Quebec", dans Penney Clarke, ed., New Possibilities for the Past : Shaping History Education in Canada, Vancouver, UBC Press: 81-96.

Létourneau, Jocelyn (avec Christophe Caritey) (2008). "L'histoire du Québec racontée par les élèves du secondaire. L'impact apparent du cours d'histoire nationale dans la structuration d'une mémoire historique collective chez les jeunes Québécois". Revue d'histoire de l'Amérique française 62, 1 (été): 69-93.

Létourneau, Jocelyn, et Christian Laville (2006). "La conscience historique comme objet d'étude au Canada et au Québec". Historiens et géographes [France] 396 (novembre): 259-261.

Létourneau, Jocelyn, et David Northrup (2011a), "Québécois et Canadiens face au passé: similitudes et dissemblances", Canadian Historical Review 92, 1 (March): 163-196.

Loewen, Royden and Gerald Friesen (2009). Immigrants in Prairie Cities: Ethnic Diversity in Twentieth Century Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.


Muise, Del (2008). "Canadians and their Pasts." Acadiensis XXXVII, 1 (Winter/Spring): 93-99.


Muise, Del and Meghan Beaton (2008). "The Road to the Isle: The Canso Causeway and Cape Breton's Dream." Acadienisis XXXVIII, 2 (Summer/Fall): 23-48.

Robichaud, Marc, "L'histoire de l'Acadie telle que racontée par les jeunes francophoens du Nouveau-Brunswick : construction et déconstruction d'un récit historique", Acadiensis, XL, 2 (été-automne 2011): 33-69.

Sandwell, Ruth (2006) (ed.). To the Past: History Education, Public Memory, and Citizenship in Canad. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Seixas, Peter (2006a). "Doing History with Wah Chong's Washing and Ironing." Canadian Issues/Thèmes canadiens (Fall/automne): 58-60.

Seixas, Peter (2006b). "Ropes and Pulley's: Reflections on a Conference on the Preparation of History Teachers." Canadian Historical Association Bulletin (September 2006).


Seixas, Peter (2006c). "What is Historical Consciousness?" In To the Past: History Education, Public Memory, and Citizenship in Canada, 11-22. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Seixas, Peter (2007a). "Popular Film and Young People's Understanding of the History of Native American-White Relations." In Celluloid Blackboard: Teaching History with Film, ed. Alan S. Marcus, 99-120. Greenwich CT: Information Age Publishing.


Seixas, Peter (2007b), "Who Needs a Canon?" In Beyond the Canon: History for the 21st Century, ed. Maria Grever and Siep Stuurman, 10-30. London: Palgrave-Macmillan.

Seixas, Peter (2008a). "Collective Memory, History Education and Historical Consciousness." In Recent Trends in Historical Thinking, ed. D. A. Yerxa, 28-34m Columbia SC: University of South Carolina Press.

Seixas, Peter (2008b). "'People's History' in North America: Agency, Ideology, Epistemology." In Narrating the Nation: Representations in History, Media and the Arts, ed. S. Berger, L. Eriksonas, and A. Mycock, 269-289. New York: Berghahn Books.

Seixas, Peter (2008c). "Surveys don't reflect interest in History." The Vancouver Sun, 2 July.


Seixas, Peter, Kadriye Ercikan, and Viviane Gosselin (2009). "Canadians Confront the History Wars." Diversity/Diversité 7, 1 (Winter).


Seixas, Peter, and Penney Clark (2008)."Obsolete Icons and the Teaching of History." Canadian Historical Association, Vancouver BC, 2 June.