Journal Articles – Selected

“Wendy Wickwire: B.C.’s missing anthropologist could finally get the recognition he’s due,” Vancouver Sun (November 19, 2019). Read it here

“The Quest for the ‘Real’ Franz Boas: A Review Essay,” BC Studies 194 (Summer, 2017): 173-193. Read it here

“Stories from the Margins: Toward a More Inclusive British Columbia Historiography,” Journal of American Folklore  118 (Fall 2005): 453-474. Read it here

“Reconciling Issues of Time-Past and Time-Present in New Works of BC Ethnography: A Review Essay,” in BC Studies 138-139, (Summer/Autumn 2003): 165-172. 

“ ‘The Grizzly Gave Them The Song’: James Teit and Franz Boas Document Twin Ritual in  British Columbia, 1897-1920,” American Indian Quarterly 25, 3 (2002): 431-452.

“‘The Quite Impossible Task’: Douglas Cole and the Ecumenical Challenge of British Columbia’s Cultural History,” in BC Studies, 125/126 (2000): 5-32.

“‘We Shall Drink From the Stream and So Shall You’: James A. Teit and Native Resistance in British Columbia, 1908-22,” Canadian Historical Review 79, 2 (1998): 199-236.

“James A. Teit: His Contribution to Canadian Ethnomusicology,” Canadian Journal of Native Studies 8, 2 (1998): 183-204.

“To See Ourselves as the Other’s Other: Nlaka’pamux Contact Narratives,” Canadian Historical Review, 75,1 (1994): 1-20.

“Women in Ethnography: The Research of James A. Teit,” Ethnohistory, 14, 4 (1993): 539-562.