Recent (2015-2016) Articles, Publications, & Presentations by Members of the Centre for Community and Culture
Bingley, J. P. (2016, Apr.) “Transformative filmmaking in resettlement: refugees addressing acculturation gaps, concordance, and cohesion in Canada” (Thesis, Lethbridge, Alta: University of Lethbridge, Dept. of Sociology). https://www.uleth.ca/dspace/handle/10133/4494
Bonifactio, G. (2015). “Migrant Domestic Workers and Family Life: International Perspectives.” (co-editor) New York: Palgrave Macmilla
Davies WKD, Townshend IJ. New Urbanisms: From Neo-Traditional Neighbourhoods to New Regionalism. In: Theme Cities: Solutions for Urban Problems. Springer; 2015
Doolittle, L. & Flynn, A. (In press) "Blackfoot on Parade: Policy and the Spectacle of Identity." in R. Bowditch, & P. Vissicaro eds. Festive Performance: Staging Identity, Politics, and Utopia in the Americas, an anthology published in the Enactments Series by Seagull Books distributed by University of Chicago Press.
Doolittle, L. & Flynn, A. (2015) "Colonial Theatrics in Canada: Managing Blackfoot Dance During Western Expansionism." In George-Graves, Nadine, ed. Oxford Handbook of Dance and Theater. New York: Oxford University Press.
Laurendeau, J. &. Konecny, D. (2015). Where is childhood? In conversation with Messner and Musto. Sociology of Sport Journal, (3). http://idrottsforum.org/sociology-of-sport-journal-volume-32-issue-3-2015/
Mackenzie, J. 2016 “Indigenous Bodies, Maya Minds: Religion and Modernity in a Transnational K'iche' Community.” University Press of Colorado.
Mackenzie, J. (Book Chapter) “The state of rights and multiculturalism in 21st century Guatemala: National and local contexts” In Guatemala: gobierno, gobernabilidad, poder local y recursos naturales. Gema Sánchez Medero and Rubén Sanchez Medero editors. Valencia: Tirant Lo Blanch: pp. 51-78
Mackenzie, J. (2015, Nov.) “The Mayan Pope and his Competition: Local, National and Transnational Representations the 2012 Phenomenon” Anthropologica 57: 367-381
Mair, K. 2016 “Guerrilla Aesthetics: Art, Memory, and the West German Urban Guerrilla.” McGill-Queens University Press.Mair, K. (2016, June) “Participatory Culture and Distributed Expertise: Breaking Down Pedagogical Norms or Regulating Neoliberal Subjectivities?” Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy 9 http://jitp.commons.gc.cuny.edu/participatory-culture-and-distributed-expertise-breaking-down-pedagogical-norms-or-regulating-neoliberal-subjectivities/
Mair, K. (Accepted/Forthcoming) “Spatial Deployments to Synchronic Witnessing: Reiterations of Contact in Museum Spaces,” in Finding Directions West: Readings that Locate and Dislocate Western Canada’s Past, edited by Dr Heather Devine and Dr George Colpitts. University of Calgary Press
Ramp, B. (2016, March) "An Admonition," Weekly Hubris, March 23, 2016 http://weeklyhubris.com/an-admonition/
Ramp, B. (2015, Sept.) "Of Nostalgia & Going Sideways Beautifully," Weekly Hubris, September 6, 2015 http://weeklyhubris.com/of-nostalgia-going-sideways-beautifully/
Shields, R., Laurendeau, J., & Adams, C. (2016). The logic of memory: “Paroxysms of tears and joy” for the London Olympics and the Bhopal disaster. Memory Studies. doi: 10.1177/175069801663840
Townshend, I., Awosoga, O., Kulig, J. Pujadas Botey, A., Shepard, B., & McFarlane, B. (2015) “Impacts of Wildfires on School Children: A Case Study of Slave Lake”. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters.
Townshend I, Walker R. Life Course and Lifestyle Changes: Urban Change through the Lens of Demography. In: Canadian Cities in Transition, 5th Ed. Oxford University Press; 2015
Yanicki, S. M. 2016 “Social inclusion/exclusion: Parents and grandparents participating in community development in rural Alberta.” (PhD Dissertation). University of Alberta. Edmonton, Canada. Spring. Retrieved from: https://era.library.ualberta.ca/files/crn301137q#.V2rFM032bct