BOOK CHAPTERS

“Canada, Sovereignty, and ‘Disputed’ Arctic Boundaries: Myths, Misconceptions, and Legal Realities.,” in The Networked North: Borders and Borderlands in the Canadian Arctic Region, ed. Heather Nicol and P. Whitney Lackenbauer. Waterloo: Centre on Foreign Policy and Federalism, forthcoming 2018. (With Suzanne Lalonde.)

“At the Crossroads of Militarism and Modernization: Inuit-Military Relations in the Cold War Arctic,” in Roots of Entanglement: Essays in Native-Newcomer Relations, ed. Myra Rutherdale, P. Whitney Lackenbauer, and Kerry Abel. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, forthcoming 2017. 116-58.

“The Canadian Armed Forces in the Arctic: Building Capabilities and Connections” in Whole of Government through an Arctic Lens, ed. P. Whitney Lackenbauer and Heather Nicol. Kingston: CDA Press, forthcoming 2017. (With Adam Lajeunesse.)

“The Emerging Arctic Security Environment: Putting the Military in its (Whole of Government) Place” in Whole of Government through an Arctic Lens, ed. P. Whitney Lackenbauer and Heather Nicol. Kingston: CDA Press, forthcoming 2017. (With Adam Lajeunesse.)

“Arctic Defence and Security: Transitioning to the Trudeau Government” in Whole of Government through an Arctic Lens, ed. P. Whitney Lackenbauer and Heather Nicol. Kingston: CDA Press, forthcoming 2017.

“Searching for Common Ground in Evolving Canadian and EU Arctic Strategies.” In The European Union and the Arctic, ed. Nengye Liu. Leiden: Brill, 2017. 119-71. (With Suzanne Lalonde.)

“Lester Pearson, the United States, and Arctic Sovereignty: A Case of Un-Pearsonian Diplomacy?” Mike’s World: Lester Pearson and Canadian External Relations, 1963-1968. Edited by Asa McKercher and Galen Perras. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2017. 149-68. (With Peter Kikkert and Adam Lajeunesse.

“Conceptualizing ‘One Arctic’ as the ‘Canadian Arctic’? Situating Canada’s Arctic Council Chairmanship (2013-15),” in One Arctic: The Arctic Council and Circumpolar Governance, ed. P. Whitney Lackenbauer, Heather Nicol, and Wilfrid Greaves. Ottawa: Canadian Arctic Resources Committee / Centre on Foreign Policy and Federalism, 2017. 46-78.

“‘A Particularly Spectacular Piece of Demolition’: The Canadian-Led Raid on Spitzbergen, 1941,” in Canadian Armed Forces Arctic Operations, 1945-2015: Historical and Contemporary Lessons Learned, ed. P.W. Lackenbauer and Adam Lajeunesse. Fredericton: Gregg Centre for the Study of War and Society, 2017.  1-46. (With Ryan Dean.)

“Lessons in Arctic Warfare: The Canadian Army Experience, 1945-55,” in Canadian Armed Forces Arctic Operations, 1945-2015: Historical and Contemporary Lessons Learned, ed. P.W. Lackenbauer and Adam Lajeunesse. Fredericton: Gregg Centre for the Study of War and Society, 2017. 47-104. (With K.C. Eyre and Peter Kikkert.)

“There is No Glide Path in the Arctic: Operational Lessons Learned,” in Canadian Armed Forces Arctic Operations, 1945-2015: Historical and Contemporary Lessons Learned, ed. P.W. Lackenbauer and Adam Lajeunesse. Fredericton: Gregg Centre for the Study of War and Society, 2017. 443-53. (With Adam Lajeunesse.)

“Race, Gender, and International ‘Relations’: African Americans and Aboriginal People in the Canadian North, 1942-48,” in Dominion of Race: Rethinking Canada’s International History. Edited by Francine McKenzie, Laura Madokoro, and David Meren. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2017.  112-38.

“Canada’s Northern Strategy and East Asian Interests in the Arctic” in Climate Change and Human Security from a Northern Point of View. Edited by Lassi Heininen and Heather Nicol. Waterloo: Centre on Foreign Policy and Federalism, 2016. 127-64. (With James Manicom.)

“Western Electric Turns North: Technicians and the Transformation of the Cold War Arctic,” Ice Blink: Navigating Northern Environmental History, ed. Stephen Bocking and Brad Martin. Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2016. 259-90. (With Matthew Farish.)

“China’s Mining Interests in the North American Arctic.” Governing the North American Arctic: Lessons from the Past, Prospects for the Future ed. Dawn Berry, Nigel Bowles, and Halbert Jones III. London: Palgrave MacMillan, 2016. 74-99. (With Adam Lajeunesse.)

“Premier Partners: Canada, the United States and Arctic Security.” Governing the North American Arctic: Lessons from the Past, Prospects for the Future ed. by Dawn Berry Nigel Bowles, and Halbert Jones III. London: Palgrave MacMillan, 2016. 143-62. (With Rob Huebert.)

“Asian States and the Arctic: National Perspectives on Regional Governance.” The Handbook of the Politics of the Arctic ed. Leif Christian Jensen and Geir Hønnelan. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2015. 517-32. (With James Manicom.)

“The Dog in the Manger – and Letting Sleeping Dogs Lie: The United States, Canada and the Sector Principle, 1924-1955.’” The Arctic Ocean: Essays in Honour of Donat Pharand ed. Suzanne Lalonde and Ted McDorman. Leiden: Brill, 2014. 216-39. (With Peter Kikkert.)

 “Introduction” in Blockades or Breakthroughs? Aboriginal Peoples Confront the Canadian State ed. Yale Belanger and P.W. Lackenbauer. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2014. 1-50. (With Yale Belanger.)

“‘The War Will Be Won When the Last Low-Level Flying Happens Here in Our Home’: Innu Opposition to Low-Level Flying in Labrador” in Blockades or Breakthroughs? Aboriginal Peoples Confront the Canadian State ed. Yale Belanger and P.W. Lackenbauer. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2014. 119-65.

“A Bridge Too Far? The Oka Crisis” in Blockades or Breakthroughs? Aboriginal Peoples Confront the Canadian State ed. Yale Belanger and P.W. Lackenbauer. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2014. 166-221.

“The Tragedy of Ipperwash” in Blockades or Breakthroughs? Aboriginal Peoples Confront the Canadian State ed. Yale Belanger and P.W. Lackenbauer. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2014. 253-313. (With Victor Gulewitsch. 

“The Gustafsen Lake Standoff” in Blockades or Breakthroughs? Aboriginal Peoples Confront the Canadian State ed. Yale Belanger and P.W. Lackenbauer. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2014. 314-55. (With Nick Shrubsole.)

“Canada’s Northern Strategy and East Asian Interests in the Arctic” in East- Asia-Arctic Relations: Boundary, Security and International Politics ed. Ken Coates and Kimie Hara. Waterloo: Centre for International Governance Innovation, 2014. 78-117. (With James Manicom.)

“East Asian States and the Pursuit of Arctic Council Membership” in East- Asia-Arctic Relations: Boundary, Security and International Politics ed. Ken Coates and Kimie Hara. Waterloo: Centre for International Governance Innovation, 2014. 199-216. (With James Manicom. 

“Baptism by Ottoman Fire: Newfoundland, Memory, and the Gallipoli Campaign.” In Gallipoli: History, Memory and National Imagination ed. Mehdi Ilhan. Ankara: Türk Tarih Kurumu (Turkish Historical Society), 2014. 101-140.

“India’s Emerging Arctic Interests.” Arctic Yearbook 2013 ed. Lassi Heininen. Akureyri, Iceland: University of the Arctic/Northern Research Forum, 2013. 24 pp.

“Mirror Images? Canada, Russia, and the Circumpolar World.” In The Fast-Changing Maritime Arctic: Defence and Security Challenges in a Warmer World ed. Barry Scott Zellen. Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2013. 257-80.

“Sovereignty for Hire: Civilian Contractors and the Distant Early Warning (DEW) Line” in De-Icing Required: The Canadian Air Force’s Experience in the Arctic ed. P.W. Lackenbauer and W.A. March.  Sic Itur Ad Astra: Canadian Aerospace Power Studies Series No.4. Trenton: Canadian Forces Air Warfare Centre, 2012. 95-112. (With Daniel Heidt.) 

“Inuit-Air Force Relations in the Qikiqtani Region during the Early Cold War” in De-Icing Required: The Canadian Air Force’s Experience in the Arctic, ed. P.W. Lackenbauer and W.A. March. Sic Itur Ad Astra: Canadian Aerospace Power Studies Series No.4. Trenton: Canadian Forces Air Warfare Centre, 2012. 73-94. (With Ryan Shackleton.

“Aboriginal Peoples in the Canadian Rangers: Canada’s ‘Eyes and Ears’ in Northern and Isolated Communities,” in Hidden in Plain Sight: Contributions of Aboriginal Peoples to Canadian Identity and Culture, Vol. 2 ed. Cora Voyageur, David Newhouse, and Dan Beavon. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2011. 306-28.

“Polar Race or Polar Saga? Canada and the Circumpolar World,” in Arctic Security in an Age of Climate Change ed. James Kraska. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. 218-43.

“Sovereignty and Security: The Department of External Affairs, the United States, and Arctic Sovereignty, 1945-68,” in In the National Interest: Canadian Foreign Policy and the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, 1909-2009, ed. Greg Donaghy and Michael Carroll. Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2011. 101-20. (With Peter Kikkert.

“Building on ‘Shifting Sands’: The Canadian Armed Forces, Sovereignty, and the Arctic, 1968-72,” in Canada and Arctic Sovereignty and Security: Historical Perspectives ed. P.W. Lackenbauer. Calgary Papers in Military and Strategic Studies. Calgary: Centre for Military and Strategic Studies/University of Calgary Press, 2011.  (With Peter Kikkert.) 283-308

“‘Use it or Lose it,’ History, and the Fourth Surge,” in Canada and Arctic Sovereignty and Security: Historical Perspectives ed. P.W. Lackenbauer. Calgary Papers in Military and Strategic Studies. Calgary: Centre for Military and Strategic Studies/University of Calgary Press, 2011. 423-36

“The Canadian Rangers: Sovereignty, Security and Stewardship from the Inside Out,” in Thawing Ice – Cold War: Canada’s Security, Sovereignty, and Environmental Concerns in the Arctic ed. Rob Huebert. Bison Paper 12. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Centre for Defence and Security Studies, 2009. 61-79.

“Soldiers Behaving Badly: CEF Soldier ‘Rioting’ in Canada during the First World War,” in The Apathetic and the Defiant: Case Studies of Canadian Mutiny and Disobedience, 1812 to 1919 ed. Craig Leslie Mantle. Kingston: CDA Press / Dundurn, 2007. 195-260.

“Indigenous Nationalisms and the Great War: Enlisting the Six Nations in the Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF), 1914-17,” in Aboriginal Peoples and the Canadian Military: Historical Perspectives ed. P. Whitney Lackenbauer and Craig Mantle. Kingston: CDA Press, 2007. 89-115. (With Katharine McGowan.)

“‘A Hell of a Warrior’: Remembering Sergeant Thomas George Prince,” in Intrepid Warriors: Perspectives on Canadian Military Leadership ed. Bernd Horn. St. Catharines: Vanwell, 2007. 95-138.

“Canada’s Northern Defenders: Aboriginal Peoples in the Canadian Rangers, 1947-2005,” in Aboriginal Peoples and the Canadian Military: Historical Perspectives ed. P. Whitney Lackenbauer and Craig Mantle. Kingston: CDA Press, 2007. 171-208.

“Moving Beyond ‘Forgotten’: The Historiography on Canadian Native Peoples and the World Wars,” in Aboriginal Peoples and Military Participation: Historical Perspectives ed. P. Whitney Lackenbauer and Craig Mantle. Kingston: CDA Press, 2007. 209-231. (With Scott Sheffield.)

“Politics of Race, Gender and Sex,” in Aboriginal Connections to Race, Environment and Traditions ed. Jill Oakes and Rick Riewe. Winnipeg: Aboriginal Issues Press/University of Manitoba Press, 2006. 3-16.

“De-Distributive Decisions and Military Bases,” in The Government Taketh Away: Politics of Pain in the United States and Canada eds. Leslie A. Pal and R. Kent Weaver.  Washington: Georgetown University Press, 2003. 167-93. (With Lilly Goren.)

“Right and Honourable: Mackenzie King, Canadian-American Bilateral Relations, and Canadian Sovereignty in the Northwest, 1943-1948” and “Further Reading,” in Mackenzie King: Citizenship and Community eds. John English, Kenneth McLaughlin, and P.W. Lackenbauer. Toronto: Robin Brass Studio, 2002. 151-68, 244-50.

“Relaciones Canadiense-Estadounidenses desde 1945” [“Canadian-American Relations Since 1945”] in Canadá, Colombia y las Américas, ed. María Teresa Aya Smitmans.  Trans. Enrique Aya.  Bogotà: Universidad Externado de Colombia, 2001. 79-111. (With Stephen J. Randall.)

“Soldiers as Liminaries: The CEF Soldier Riots of 1916 Reassessed,” in Canadian Military History Since the 17th Century ed. Yves Tremblay. Ottawa: National Defence, 2001. 155-65. (With Nikolas Gardner.) 

“Justifying Atrocities: Lieutenant-Colonel Maurice Andrew and the Defence of Brigadeführer Kurt Meyer,” in Canadian Military History Since the 17th Century ed. Yves Tremblay. Ottawa: National Defence, 2001. 553-64. (With Chris Madsen.)