The following section is a sample of the most recent publications of our faculty members. For a more comprehensive list of additional publications, please click on each faculty member's name.BOOKS
Sinclair, Niigon and R. Eigenbrod, eds. Special Literature Issue of The Canadian Journal of Native Studies 29.1&1, October 2009.
CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
R. Eigenbrod. “Diasporic Longings: (Re) Figurations of Home and Homelessness In Richard Wagamese’s Work”. Invited contribution to Cultural Grammars of Nation, Diaspora and Indigeneity in Canada, ed. Melina Baum Singer, Christine Kim, and Sophie McCall. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2012. pp.135-152.
R. Eigenbrod. “’Harvesting A Common Future’: Richard Wagamese’s Indigenized Stories of Intercultural Relations.” Heidelberg, Germany: University Press Winter (part of the series “Anglistische Forschungen” – English Literature Studies), 2010.
R. Eigenbrod. “A Necessary Inclusion: Native Literature in Native Studies. SAIL (Studies in American Indian Literature) 22.1 (Spring 2010):1-19.
R. Eigenbrod. "Transplanting Indigenous Literature: A Trajectory of Understanding." Zeitschrift fuer Kanada-Studien 30.1 (2010): 86-100.
R. Eigenbrod. Entry on “Aboriginal Literatures 2001-2007” in The Concise Oxford Companion to Canadian Literature. 2nd. ed., 2010. 11-14.
R. Eigenbrod. Essay entry on “Aboriginal Writers” The Encyclopedia of Manitoba. Winnipeg, Great Plains Publication, 2007. 3-4.
R. Eigenbrod. “‘The look of recognition’: Transcultural Circulation of Trauma in Indigenous Texts.” Canadian Literature.
R. Eigenbrod. “Between ‘colonizer-perpetrator’and‘colonizer-ally’: towards a pedagogy of redress.” The Oxford Handbook of Indigenous American Literatures, ed. Daniel Heath Justice and James H. Cox.
R. Eigenbrod. Rev. of “That’s RavenTalk”: Holophrastic readings of Contemporary Indigenous Literatures, by Mareike Neuhaus. Zeitschrift Fuer Kanada-Studien (Journal for Canada Studies).
R. Eigenbrod. Rev. of First Person Plural: Aboriginal Storytelling and the Ethics of Collaborative Authorship by Sophie McCall. Canadian Literature.
Dr. Sherry Farrell Racette
Nimble Fingers, Strong Backs: First Nations and Metis Women in Fur Trade and Rural Economies. In Indigenous Women and Work: Transnational Perspectives (University of Illinois Press, 2011).
“I Want to Call Their Names in Resistance”: Writing Aboriginal Women into Canadian Art History. In Rethinking Professionalism: Essays on Women and Art in Canada, 1850-1970 (forthcoming Spring 2012)
Returning Fire, Pointing the Canon: Aboriginal Photography as Resistance, In The Cultural Work of Photography in Canada (McGill-Queens University Press, 2011).
Dr. Peter Kulchyski
Subvervise Itinerary: The Thought of Gad Horowitz, co-edited with Shannon Bell. Toronto: U Toronto P, Forthcoming 2012.
"The Incalculable Weight of Small Numbers: Hunters, Land Use, and the Poplar River First Nation Proposal for a World Heritage Site" with Agnes Pawlowska for edited volume on Politics and Performance edited by Peter Litchenfelds for Palgrave. Forthcoming.
"'Speaking the Strong Words': Notes on Performing Indigenous Community Politics in Denedeh" for edited volume on Indigenous Performance Studies in Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies proposed by Helen Gilbert. Forthcoming.
"Echo of an Impossible Return: An Essay Concerning Fredric Jameson's Utopian Thought and Gathering and Hunting Social Relations" for edited volume on Utopias and Distopias proposed by Barnita Bagchi (Brussels). Forthcoming.
"bush/writing: embodied deconstruction, traces of community and writing against the state in indigenous acts of inscription" for edited volume on Canadian Culture proposed by Smaro Camborelli. Forthcoming.
The Red Indians: An Informal Collection of Tales from the History of Aboriginal People's Resistance in Canada. Winnipeg: Arbeiter Ring Press, 2007
"aboriginal rights are not human rights" Prairie Forum Fall 2011 edited by Joyce Green.
Dr. Emma LaRocque
Emma LaRocque. When the Other Is Me: Native Resistance Discourse 1850-1990. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2010.
ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCE PAPERS AND LECTURES
"Native Studies: Negotiating Culture and Canons of Knowledge", Keynote Address at the Canadian Indian Native Studies Association Conference, at the Congress, University of Manitoba, June 5, 2005.
Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair
Centering Anishinaabeg Studies: Understanding the World Through Stories. Co-edited with Jill Doerfler and Heidi Kiiwetinepinesiik Stark. Ann Arbor: Michigan State University Press (contracted, forthcoming 2013).
Manitowapow: Aboriginal Writings from the Land of Water. Co-edited with Warren Cariou. Winnipeg: Portage & Main Press, 2012.
Special Issue on “Responsible, Ethical, and Indigenous-Centred Criticisms of Indigenous Literatures.” Co-edited with Renate Eigenbrod. The Canadian Journal of Native Studies 29.1&2 (2009).
“‘blackened red reddened black’: The Sovereign Poetics of Annharte.” Indigenous Poetics. Eds. Neal McLeod et al. Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press (forthcoming 2013).
“Canadian Indian Literary Nationalism?: Critical Approaches in Canadian Indigenous Contexts – A Collaborative Interlogue.” Cultural Grammars of Nation, Diaspora and Indigeneity in Canada. Eds. Christine Kim et al. Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2012.
“Dibenimiisowin (To Own Ourselves).” Strength and Struggle: Perspectives from First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Peoples in Canada. Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 2011.
“Trickster Reflections, Part I.” Troubling Tricksters: Revisiting Critical Conversations. Eds. Deanna Reder et al. Waterloo, ON: Wilfred Laurier University Press, 2010.
“A Sovereignty of Transmotion: Imagination and the ‘Real,’ Gerald Vizenor, and Native Literary Nationalism.” Stories Through Theories/Theories Through Stories: Native American Storytelling & Critique. Eds. Gordon Henry Jr. et al. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press, 2009.
“Tending to Ourselves: Hybridity and Native American Literature.” Across Cultures, Across Borders: Canadian Aboriginal and Native American Literatures. Eds. Paul DePasquale et al. Peterborough, ON: Broadview Press, 2009.
Dr. Chris Trott
2010 BOOK (with Carol Charles)
From Felixstowe to Pangnirtung: A Gift of Memories. Lavenham, Suffolk: Lavenham Press.
Qapirangajuq: Inuit Knowledge and Climate Change. Translator and advisor in the production of this film with Zacharias Kunuk and Ian Mauro.
“The Gender of the Bear: Bear Symbolism and the Third Sex among the Inuit” in Kaarina Kailo (ed.), Wo(men) and Bears: The Gifts of Nature, Culture and Gender Revisited. Toronto: Inanna Press. pp. 273-290.
“'I Suggest that You Pursue Conversion': Aboriginal Peoples and the Anglican Church of Canada after the Second World War” in Norman Knowles (ed.), Seeds Scattered and Sown: Studies in the History of Canadian Anglicanism. Toronto: Anglican Book Centre. pp. 321-345.
Review of Kira Van Deusen, Kiviuq: An Inuit Hero and His Siberian Cousins. Canadian Journal of Native Studies, 30(1): 194-196.
Wuttunee, W. (2004) Living rhythms: Lessons in Aboriginal economic resilience and vision. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.