PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES

“The Canadian Armed Forces in the Arctic: Building Appropriate Capabilities.” Journal of Military and Strategic Studies, 16/4 (March 2016): 7-66. (With Adam Lajeunesse.)

“Premier Partners: Canada, the United States and Arctic Security.” Canadian Foreign Policy Journal 20/3 (Fall 2014): 320-33.  (With Rob Huebert.)

“Archipelagic Analogs? Indonesian Baselines, Canadian Arctic Sovereignty, and the Framing of Mental Maps, 1957-62.” International Journal of Canadian Studies 50 (December 2014): 227-52. (With Peter Kikkert.)

The Military as Nation-Builder: The Case of the Canadian North — The 2013 Ross Ellis Memorial Lecture in Military and Strategic Studies.” Journal of Military and Strategic Studies 15/1 (Summer 2013). 1-32.

“Setting an Arctic Course: Task Force 80 and Canadian Control in the Arctic, 1948.” The Northern Mariner 21/4 (October 2011). 327-58. (With Peter Kikkert.)

“Mirror Images? Canada, Russia, and the Circumpolar World.” International Journal 65/4 (Autumn 2010). 879-97.

“High Modernism in the Arctic: Planning Frobisher Bay and Inuvik.” Journal of Historical Geography 35/3 (July 2009). 517-544. (With Matthew Farish.)

Carrying the Burden of Peace: The Mohawks, the Canadian Forces, and the Oka Crisis.” Journal of Military and Strategic Studies 10/2 (Winter 2008). 1-71.

“Guerrillas in Our Midst: The Pacific Coast Militia Rangers, 1942-45.” BC Studies 155 (December 2007). 95-131.

“The Cold War on Canadian Soil: Militarizing a Northern Environment.”  Environmental History 12/3 (October 2007). 920-50. (With Matthew Farish.)

“The Achilles Heel of Canadian Good International Citizenship: Indigenous Diplomacies and State Responses in the Twentieth Century.” Canadian Foreign Policy Journal 13/3 (2007). 99-119. (With Andrew F. Cooper.) Reprinted in Readings in Canadian Foreign Policy: Classic Debates and New Ideas, 2nd ed., eds. D. Bratt and C.J. Kukucha (Oxford University Press, 2011).

“Teaching Canada’s Indigenous Sovereignty Soldiers … and Vice Versa: ‘Lessons Learned’ from Ranger Instructors.”  Canadian Army Journal 10/2 (Summer 2007). 66-81. Reprinted in Aboriginal Peoples and Military Participation: Canadian and International Perspectives ed. P.W. Lackenbauer et al. Kingston: Canadian Defence Academy Press, 2007. 99-124.

“‘A Hell of a Warrior’: Remembering Sergeant Thomas George Prince,” Journal of Historical Biography 1/1 (Spring 2007). 26-79.

“‘Of Practically No Use to Anyone’: Situating a Rifle Range on the Fort William Indian Reserve, 1905-1914,” The Thunder Bay Historical Museum Society Papers & Records 34 (2006). 3-28.

“The Canadian Rangers: A Postmodern Militia That Works.” Canadian Military Journal 6/4 (Winter 2006). 49-60.

“Partisan Politics, Civic Priorities, and the Urban Militia: Situating the Calgary Armoury, 1907-17.” Urban History Review 33/2 (Spring 2005). 45-60.

“The Irony and the Tragedy of Negotiated Space: A Case Study on Narrative Form and Aboriginal-Government Relations during the Second World War.” Journal of the Canadian Historical Association NS #15 (2004). 177-206. Winner of the 2005 Journal of the CHA award.

“‘Pay No Attention to Sero’: The Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte and Imperial Flying Training during the Great War.” Ontario History 46/2 (Autumn 2004). 143-69.

“The Politics of Contested Space: Controversy and the Construction of Currie Barracks.” Prairie Forum 28/1 (Spring 2003). 45-66.

“Under Siege: The CEF Attack on the RNWMP Barracks in Calgary, October 1916.” Alberta History 49/3 (Summer 2001). 2-12. Reprinted in The Frontier of Patriotism: Alberta and the First World War ed. Adrianna Davies and Jeff Keshen (Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2016).

“The Military and ‘Mob Rule’: The CEF Riots in Calgary, February 1916.”  Canadian Military History 10/1 (Winter 2001). 31-42.

“Kurt Meyer, the 12th SS Panzer Division, and the Murder of Canadian Prisoners of War in Normandy: An Historical and Historiographical Appraisal.” Gateway (University of Saskatchewan) 3 (2001). Online. 26 pp.

“War, Memory, and the Newfoundland Regiment at Gallipoli.”  Newfoundland Studies 15/2 (Fall 1999). 176-214. Winner of the 1999 Memorial University of Newfoundland – Institute for Social and Economic Research student essay prize. Reprinted in Essays on the Great War: Papers Published in Newfoundland and Labrador Studies, ed. James Feehan (St. John’s: Centre for Newfoundland and Labrador Studies, Memorial University of Newfoundland, 2014).

Combined Operation: The Appropriation of Stoney Point Reserve and the Creation of Camp Ipperwash.”  Journal of Military and Strategic Studies 2/1 (Fall 1999). 29 pp.