Canadian Studies

Beeler, Karin E. “Inventing Canada: The Fictionalization of a Cultural Landscape in French Literature.” Dalhousie French Studies 22 (1992): 39–52. Web. 10 June 2013.

Binnema, Theodore (Ted), and Melanie Niemi. “‘Let the Line Be Drawn Now’: Wilderness, Conservation, and the Exclusion of Aboriginal People from Banff National Park in Canada.” Environmental History 11.4 (2006): 724–750. Web. 10 June 2013.

Bocking, Stephen. “The Nature of Cities: Perspectives in Canadian Urban Environmental History.”Urban History Review 34.1 (2005): 3–8. Web. 27 May 2013.

Braun, Bruce. The Intemperate Rainforest. N. p., 2002. Web. 3 June 2013.

Cole, Douglas. “Early Artistic Perceptions of the British Columbia Forest.” Journal of Forest History 18.4 (1974): 128–131. Web. 10 June 2013.

Cook, Ramsay. “Landscape Painting and National Sentiment in Canada.”Historical Reflections / Réflexions Historiques 1.2 (1974): 263–283. Web. 10 June 2013.

Cruikshank, Julie. Do Glaciers Listen? Local Knowledge, Colonial Encounters and Social Imagination. Vancouver, B.C.: UBC Press, 2005. Web. 30 Aug. 2013.

Cunsolo Willox, Ashlee, Sherilee L Harper, et al. “‘From This Place and of This Place:’ Climate Change, Sense of Place, and Health in Nunatsiavut, Canada.” Social science & medicine (1982)75.3 (2012): 538–547.

Cunsolo Willox, Ashlee, Sherilee L. Harper, et al. “The Land Enriches the Soul: On Climatic and Environmental Change, Affect, and Emotional Health and Well-being in Rigolet, Nunatsiavut, Canada.” Emotion, Space and Society 6 (2013): 14–24. Web. 30 Aug. 2013.

Harris, Richard, and Chris Hamnett. “The Myth of the Promised Land: The Social Diffusion of Home Ownership in Britain and North America.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 77.2 (1987): 173–190. Web. 10 June 2013.

Kaplan, David H. “Two Nations in Search of a State: Canada’s Ambivalent Spatial Identities.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 84.4 (1994): 585–606. Web. 10 June 2013.

Mulvihill, P.R., D.C. Baker, and W.R. Morrison. “A Conceptual Framework for Environmental History in Canada’s North.”Environmental History 6.4 (2001): 611–626. Print.

Open Wide a Wilderness: Canadian Nature Poems. Waterloo, Ont: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2009. Print. Environmental Humanities.

Opp, James William. Placing Memory and Remembering Place in Canada. Vancouver [u.a.: UBC Press, 2010. Print.

Tippett, Maria. “Emily Carr’s Forest.” Journal of Forest History 18.4 (1974): 133–137. Web. 10 June 2013.

Turner, Kate, and Bill Freedman. “Nature as a Theme in Canadian Literature.”Environmental Reviews 13.4 (2004): 169–197. Web. 27 May 2013.

Wainwright, Andy. Every Grain of Sand: Canadian Perspectives on Ecology and Environment. Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press, 2004. Print.

Willox, Ashlee Cunsolo, Sherilee L. Harper, and Victoria L. Edge. “Storytelling in a Digital Age: Digital Storytelling as an Emerging Narrative Method for Preserving and Promoting Indigenous Oral Wisdom.”Qualitative Research (2012): n. pag. Web. 30 Aug. 2013.

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