publications

Peer Reviewed Publications

“Making Matriarchs at Coqualeetza: Stó:lō Women’s Politics and Histories across Generations.” In Intergenerational Indigenous Feminisms, edited by Sarah Nickel, Amanda Fehr, and Erica Lee. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, forthcoming 2018.  Proposal accepted, manuscript in peer review.

Knickerbocker, Madeline Rose and Lisa Truong. “The Indigenization of the Transcultural Teacup in Colonial Canada,” in The Inbetweenness of Things: Materializing Mediation and Movement Between Worlds, edited by Paul Basu, 211-230. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2017.

Knickerbocker, Madeline Rose and Sarah Nickel. “Negotiating Sovereignty: Indigenous Perspectives on a Settler-Colonial Constitution, 1970-1983,” BC Studies 190 (Summer 2016): 67-87.

“’What We’ve Said Can be Proven in the Ground’: Stó:lō Sovereignty and Historical Narratives at Xá:ytem, 1990-2006,” Journal of the Canadian Historical Association 24, no. 1 (2013): 297-342.

 

Review Essays

“’namała, Su Na chii k’chige, ʔems taʔaw: Indigenous-Academic Collaborative Histories,” Histoire Social/Social History 48, no. 96 (May 2015): 294-302.

 

Book Reviews

Review of Honne, The Spirit of the Chehalis: The Indian Interpretation of the Origin of the People and Animals. Narrated by George Sanders, collected and arranged by Katherine Van Winkle Palmer, introduced by Jay Miller (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2012). Pacific Northwest Quarterly, forthcoming.

Review of Myth and Memory: Stories of Indigenous-European Contact, John Lutz, ed (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2007). Native Studies Review, forthcoming.

Review of Museum Pieces: Toward the Indigenization of Canadian Museums, by Ruth B. Phillips (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2011). Muse, Winter 2013: 51.

Review of These Mysterious People: Shaping History and Archaeology in a Northwest Coast Community, by Susan Roy(Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2010). BC Studies, 174 (Summer 2012): 125-127.

Review of The Power of Place, the Problem of Time: Aboriginal Identity and Historical Consciousness in the Cauldron of Capitalism, by Keith Thor Carlson (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2010). BC Studies 172 (Winter 2011/12): 128-129.

 

Web-based Publications

“Indigenous-Settler Relations in Canada: Historicizing Tsilhqot’in,” Clio’s Current, http://clioscurrent.com/blog/2014/8/4/indigenous-settler-relations-in-canada-historicizing-tsilhqotin-by-madeline-knickerbocker, 4 August 2014.

“‘We Want Our Land’: A 1976 Stó:lō Land Claims Negotiations Comic,” Findings/Trouvailles blog, The Champlain Society, http://www.champlainsociety.ca/we-want-our-land-a-1976-stolo-land-claims-negotiations-comic, 10 March 2014.

“Family Histories in the Colonial Classroom,” Teaching the Past blog, The History Education Network/Histoire et Education en Réseau, http://thenhier.ca/en/content/family-histories-colonial-classroom.html, 3 December 2013.

“Remember Your Teachings: An Interview with Terry Point, Musqueam Cultural Centre,” Teaching the Past blog, The History Education Network/Histoire et Education en Réseau, http://thenhier.ca/en/content/x%3F%3F%3Fiw%3Fn-cep-k%3F%3F%3F%3F-n%3F%3Fey%3F%3F-remember-your-teachings.html, 1 November 2013.

“Voting, History Education and Social Justice,” Teaching the Past blog, The History Education Network/Histoire et Education en Réseau, http://thenhier.ca/en/content/voting-history-education-and-social-justice.html, 11 May 2013.

“Techy Tools for Teachers,” Teaching the Past blog, The History Education Network/Histoire et Education en Réseau, http://thenhier.ca/en/content/techy-tools-teachers.html, 19 April 2013.

“Tl’o Tem Wiyothtset – It’s Always Our Time,” Teaching the Past blog, The History Education Network/Histoire et Education en Réseau, http://thenhier.ca/en/content/tl%E2%80%99o-tem-wiyothtset-%E2%80%93-it%E2%80%99s-always-our-time.html, 5 March 2013.

“Difficult Histories and Difficult Presents,” Teaching the Past blog, The History Education Network/Histoire et Education en Réseau, http://thenhier.ca/en/content/difficult-histories-difficult-presents.html, 8 January 2013.

“National Institutions and the Reshaping of Canadian History,” Teaching the Past blog, The History Education Network/Histoire et Education en Réseau, http://thenhier.ca/en/content/national-institutions-and-reshaping-canadian-history.html, 23 November 2012.

“Implementing Diversity through Aboriginal Territory Acknowledgements,” Teaching the Past blog, The History Education Network/Histoire et Education en Réseau, http://thenhier.ca/en/content/implementing-diversity-through-aboriginal-territory-acknowledgements.html, 8 October 2012.

“Canoeing through Stó:lõ Territories: Sepass Canoes and Object Lessons,” Teaching the Past blog, The History Education Network/Histoire et Education en Réseau, http://thenhier.ca/en/content/read-review-respond-blog-series-post-1-trend-or-evolution.html, 6 September 2012.

 

Non-refereed Publications

“Florence Vale, ‘Pregnant Bird,’” in Matthew Brower and Naimh O’Laoghaire, eds.,  The University College Collection: Great Art for a Great University (Toronto: University of Toronto Art Center, 2010), 72.

 

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