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.
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. Vol. 23, No. 2 (Summer 2020): 121-123.
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.
Lloyd, Kiegan. "The Burning Times Revisited." Rise Up! A Digital Archive of Feminist Activism. 22 October 2020.
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.