Student Publications, Conference Papers, and Public Talks

History is meant to be shared. Listed here are recent student publications, papers, and talks that Dr. Belisle helped guide to completion.

Publications

-Robert Mazer, Review of Michael Dawson, Selling Out or Buying In? Debating Consumerism in Vancouver and Victoria, 1945-1985 (UBC Press, 2018), in Pacific Northwest Quarterly. Forthcoming.

Brandi Adams, Review of Julie Guard, Radical Housewives: Price Wars & Food Politics in Mid-Twentieth-Century Canada (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2019). In Left History. Forthcoming.

Brandi Adams, "Violet McNaughton and the Ideal Prairie Woman." Alberta History. Vol. 67, No. 1 (Winter 2019): 1-12.

Kiera Mitchell. Review of Brian Thorn, From Left to Right: Maternalism and Women's Political Activism in Postwar Canada (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2017). In BC Studies. 4 February 2019.

Donica Belisle with Kiera Mitchell.  Giving Credit: Gender and the hidden labour behind academic prestige. London School of Economics Impact Blog. 18 September 2019. 

--Republished by the London School of Economics Business Review as "Behind Every Successful Man." 21 September 2019.

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.  Permanent open access.

Conference Papers and Public Talks

Daylene Sliz and Donica Belisle. "Sugar in Settler Colonial Culture in Canada: What Home-Ec Cookbooks Reveal." University of Regina, 26 August 2020,  Online via Zoom. 

Brandi Adams, “Teaching Women to Shop: Consumer Culture and the Regina Home Economics Club in the Postwar Era.” Western Canadian Studies Conference, Brandon, Manitoba, 25-28 September 2019.

Eric Schiffmann, “White Conceptions of Métis Identity: Patrick Riel and The First World War.” Western Canadian Studies Conference, Brandon, Manitoba, 25-28 September 2019.

Kiera Mitchell and Donica Belisle. “Rethinking Historical Canons: Mary Quayle Innis, Harold Innis, and the Production of Scholarly Authority.” Annual Meeting of the Canadian Historical Association, Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario. 29-31 May 2017.

Kiera Mitchell, "Sacrifice on the Home Front: The Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire & the Great War." Public Symposium: When Women Went to War: Western Canadian Women and World War I.​ 7 March 2017, Regina Central Public Library, Regina, Saskatchewan. 

Jacqueline Wagner, "Nursing Sisters of the Canadian Army Medical Corps." Public Symposium: When Women Went to War: Western Canadian Women and World War I.​ 7 March 2017, Regina Central Public Library, Regina, Saskatchewan.