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Belisle, Donica. "Anti-Black Racism in Food Advertising: Rogers Golden Syrup and the Imagery of White Supremacy in the Canadian West." Under review.
Belisle, Donica. "Eating Clean: Anti-Chinese Sugar Advertising and the Making of White Racial Purity in the Canadian Pacific." Global Food History 6, no. 1 (March 2020): 41-59. 18 pp. Refereed. Accepted 4 January 2020; published advance online 9 January 2020. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/20549547.2020.1712577
Belisle, Donica with Kiera Mitchell. "Mary Quayle Innis: Faculty Wives' Contributions and the Making of Academic Celebrity." Canadian Historical Review 99:3 (September 2018), 456-86. Refereed. Permanent open access.
*Honourable Mention, 2018 Hilda Neatby Article Prize, for best English language article in Canadian women’s history, Canadian Committee on Women’s History, Canadian Historical Association.
Belisle, Donica. “Conservative Consumerism: Consumer Advocacy in Woman’s Century Magazine During and After World War I.” Histoire sociale/Social History (May 2014), 111-38. Refereed.
Belisle, Donica. “Guilty Pleasures: Consumer Culture in the Fiction of Mary Quayle Innis.” Consuming Modernity: Changing Gendered Behaviours and Consumerism, 1919-1945, edited by Cheryl Warsh and Dan Malleck (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2013), 258-73. Refereed.
Belisle, Donica. “Sexual Spectacles: Women in Canadian Department Store Magazines Between 1920 and 1950.” Writing Feminist History: Productive Pasts and New Directions, edited by Catherine Carstairs and Nancy Janovicek (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2013), 135-58. Refereed.
Belisle, Donica. “Crazy For Bargains: Inventing the Irrational Female Shopper in Modernizing English Canada.” The Canadian Historical Review 92:4 (December 2011), 581-606. 25 pp. Refereed.
*Winner, 2011 Hilda Neatby Article Prize, for best English language article in Canadian women’s history, Canadian Committee on Women’s History, Canadian Historical Association. Refereed.
Belisle, Donica. “Virtue and Vice: Consumer Culture in English Canadian Fiction Before 1940.” International Journal of Canadian Studies 43:1 (Spring 2011), 165-88. 28 pp.
Belisle, Donica. “Negotiating Paternalism: Women and Canada’s Largest Department Stores, 1890 to 1960.” The Journal of Women’s History 19:1 (Spring 2007), 58-81. 23 pp. Refereed.
Belisle, Donica. “A Labour Force for the Consumer Century: Commodification in Canada’s Largest Stores, 1890-1940.” Labour/Le Travail 58:2 (Fall 2006), 107-144. 37 pp. Refereed.
Belisle, Donica. “Exploring Postwar Consumption: The Campaign to Unionize Eaton’s in Toronto, 1948-1952.” The Canadian Historical Review 86:4 (December 2005), 641-672. 31 pp. Refereed.
*Re-published in Home, Work, and Play: Situating Canadian Social History, 3rd edition, eds. James Opp and John C. Walsh. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2015. Refereed.
Belisle, Donica. “Toward a Canadian Consumer History.” Labour/Le Travail 52:2 (Fall 2003), 181-206. 24 pp. Refereed.
Belisle, Donica. “‘Granting a Square Deal’: The Brandon Unemployed Worker and the Political
Education of Brandon’s Jobless During the Great Depression,” Manitoba History 36:2 (Fall/Winter 1999), 37-40.