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Ethnology: Publications

Susan Berry

Berry, Susan (2011) Recovered Identities: Four Métis Artists in 19th-century Rupert's Land. In Recollecting: Lives of Aboriginal Women of the Canadian Northwest and Borderlands, eds. Sarah Carter and Patricia McCormack. pp. 29-59. Edmonton: Athabasca University Press.

Berry, S. et al. (2008) Commentary on The Skeptical Curator, by Anthony Shelton. Museum Management and Curatorship 23(3):209-228.

Berry, S. (2006) Building Museum-Community Partnerships at the Syncrude Gallery of Aboriginal Culture. Reports of Joint Research Project on Northern Cultures, 2002-2004. Sapporo, Japan: The Historical Museum of Hokkaido.

Berry, S. et al. (2006) Voices and Objects at the National Museum of the American Indian. The Public Historian 28 (2): 63-68.

Berry, S., and J. Brink (2004) Aboriginal Cultures in Alberta: Five Hundred Generations. The Provincial Museum of Alberta, Edmonton, and Syncrude. vii + 81 pp. [Available through the Museum Shop]

Berry, S., J. Brink, D. Daniels, and R. Delorme (2000) Resource Guide for the Syncrude Gallery of Aboriginal Culture. Royal Alberta Museum, Edmonton, Alberta.

Ruth McConnell

McConnell, Ruth (2011) Family Connections: Reuniting Museum Collections with their History Using Genealogical Sources in the Review, Alberta Museum Association, Volume 36, Issue 1, pp. 42-46, Edmonton, Alberta. McConnell, Ruth L. (2010) The Chemistry of Hide Tanning. In Morgan Baillargeon, North American Aboriginal Hide Tanning: The Act of Transformation and Revival. Gatineau: Canadian Museum of Civilization, Mercury Series. pp. 133-39.

McConnell, Ruth L. (2002) Wigs - the Long and Short of It! In M. Brunn and J. White, eds., Museum Mannequins. Alberta Regional Group of Conservators (ARG!), Edmonton, Alberta. pp. 113-16.

McCormack, P. A., and R. L. McConnell (1992a) Images of the Buffalo. Alberta 3(2):37-43.

McCormack, P. A., and R. L. McConnell (1992b) The Ethnology Oblate Collection at the Royal Alberta Museum. In Western Oblate Studies 2, edited by Raymond Huel, pp. 231-237. Edwin Mellen Press.

Morse, S., R. L. McConnell and D. Young (1988) Documenting the Practice of a Traditional Healer: Methodological Problems and Issues. In Health Care Issues in the Canadian North. Pp. 89-94. Edmonton: Boreal Institute for Northern Studies, Occasional Paper #26, pp. 89-94.

Morse, S., D. Young, L. Swartz and R. L. McConnell (1987) A Cree Indian Treatment for Psoriasis: A Longitudinal Study. Culture VII(2):31-41.

Staples, A. R., R. L. McConnell and J. E. Oakes (1993) Soapstone and Seed Beads: Arts and Crafts at the Charles Camsell Hospital, a Tuberculosis Sanatorium. The Provincial Museum of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta. 68 pp. illus. [Available through the Museum Shop]

Young, D., G. C. Nicks, R. L. McConnell and L. Suss (1991) The Birch Bark Industry and Brain Tanning in the Central Canadian Sub-arctic, Arctic Anthropology 28(1):100-123.

Patricia McCormack

McCormack, Patricia (2005) Competing narratives: barriers between Indigenous peoples and the Canadian state. In Duane Champagne, Karen Jo Torjesen and Susan Steiner, eds., Indigenous Peoples and the Modern State. pp. 109-120. Walnut Creek, California: AltaMira Press.

McCormack, P. (2003) The many faces of Thanadelthur: documents, stories, and images. In Jennifer S. H. Brown and Elizabeth Vibert, eds., Reading Beyond Words: Contexts for Native History. 2nd ed. pp. 329-364. Peterborough, Ont.: Broadview Press.

McCormack, P. (l993) Romancing the northwest as prescriptive history: Fort Chipewyan and the northern expansion of the Canadian state. In Patricia A. McCormack and R. Geoffrey Ironside, eds., The Uncovered Past: Roots of Northern Alberta Societies. pp. 89-104. Circumpolar Research Series No. 3. Edmonton: Canadian Circumpolar Institute, University of Alberta.

McCormack, P. (l992) The political economy of bison management in Wood Buffalo National Park. Arctic. 45(4):367-380. Nominated for the Eleanor B. Leacock award.

McCormack, P. (l991) "That's a piece of junk": issues in contemporary subarctic collecting. Arctic Anthropology. 28(l):124-137.

McCormack, P. (1989) Chipewyans turn Cree: governmental and structural factors in ethnic processes. In K. S. Coates and W. R. Morrison, eds., For Purposes of Dominion: Essays in Honour of Morris Zaslow. pp. 125-138. North York, Ont.: Captus Press.

McCormack, P. A. (1988) Northwind Dreaming, Fort Chipewyan 1788-1988. The Provincial Museum of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta. 95 pp.

Other authors

Stepney, P. H. R., and D. Goa (1990) The Scriver Blackfoot Collection: Repatriation of Canada's Heritage. The Provincial Museum of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta. 134 pp. [Available through the Museum Shop]