The (Second) Reading List

Comprehensive Exam #2: Identities

In the interest of providing bibliographic references for the preceding entries, as well as a starting point for other people developing their exam lists, I give you List The Second.

Books 42
Chapters / Articles 54 (or 14-18 books)
Canadian Content ~44%

Theories & Methodologies

* Bannerji, Himani. “Geography Lessons: On Being an Insider/Outsider to the Canadian Nation” in The Dark Side of the Nation: Essays on Multiculturalism, Nationalism and Gender. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press, 2000: 63-86.

* Bennett, Donna. “English Canada’s Postcolonial Complexities” in Unhomely States: Theorizing English-Canadian Postcolonialism. Cynthia Sugars (ed.). Peterborough, ON: Broadview Press, 2004: 107-131.

* Bhabha, Homi K. (ed.). “DissemiNation: time, narrative, and the margins of the modern nation.” Nation and Narration. London: Routledge, 1990. P 291-322.

Bhabha, Homi K. The Location of Culture. London: Routledge, 1994.

* Bhabha, Homi K. “In a Spirit of Calm Violence” in After Colonialism: Imperial Histories and Postcolonial Displacements. Parakash Gyan (ed.). Princeton University Press, 1995: 326–43.

* Bhabha, Homi K. “Joking Aside: The Idea of a Self-Critical Community” in Modernity, Culture, and ‘the Jew’. Bryan Cheyette and Laura Marcus (eds.). Stanford University Press, 1998: xv-xx.

* Bhabha, Homi K. “On Cultural Choice” in The Turn to Ethics. Marjorie Garber, Beatrice Hanssen, Rebecca L. Walkowitz (eds.). New York & London: Routledge, 2000: 181-200.

* Bhabha, Homi K. “Democracy De-Realized.” Diogenes, 50 (1). February 2003: 27-35.

* Bhabha, Homi K. “On Writing Rights” in Globalizing Rights: The Oxford Amnesty Lectures 1999. Matthew J. Gibney (ed.). Oxford University Press, 2003: 162-189.

* Bhabha, Homi K. “Making Difference: The Legacy of the Culture Wars.” ArtForum April 2003: 73.

* Blunt, Alison and Gillian Rose (eds.). Introduction: Women’s Colonial and Postcolonial Geographies,” Writing Women and Space: Colonial and Postcolonial Geographies, New York: Guilford Press, 1994. p 1-25.

* Bourdieu, Pierre. “Social Space and Symbolic Power.” Sociological Theory 7, 1989: 14–21.

Boswell, David and Jessica Evans (eds.). Representing the Nation: a Reader: Histories, Heritage and Museums. London; New York: Routledge, 1999.

* Cavell, Richard A. “Theorizing Canadian Space: Postcolonial Articulations” in R. Lorimer and Terry Goldie, eds., Canada: Theoretical Discourse/Canada: Discours Theoriques, Montreal: Association for Canadian Studies, 1994.

* Clifford, James. “Diasporas.” Cultural Anthropology, 9 (3), 1994: 302–338.

* Cook, Ramsay. “Nationalism in Canada” in The Maple Leaf Forever: Essays on Nationalism and Politics in Canada. Macmillan of Canada, Toronto. 1971: 197-214.

* Coombes, Annie E. “Memory and history in settler colonialism.” Rethinking Settler Colonialism: history and memory in Australia, Canada, Aotearoa New Zealand and South Africa. Manchester; New York: Manchester University Press, 2006.

* Cox, Bruce Alden (ed.). “Changing Perceptions of Industrial Development in the North” in Native People, Native Lands: Canadian Indians, Inuit and Metis. Ottawa: Carleton University Press. 1987. p 223-231.

* Cox, Bruce Alden (ed.). “Prospects for the Northern Canadian Native Economy” in Native People, Native Lands: Canadian Indians, Inuit and Metis. Ottawa: Carleton University Press. 1987, p 256-264.

Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic, “Critical Race Theory: An Introduction,” 2006.

Francis, Daniel. National Dreams: Myth, Memory and Canadian History. Vancouver: Arsenal, 1997.

Furniss, Elizabeth. The Burden of History: Colonialism and the Frontier Myth in a Rural Canadian Community. Vancouver: UBC Press, 1999.

* Gunew, Sneja. “Denaturalizing cultural nationalisms: multicultural readings of ‘Australia,’” in Nation and Narration. Homi K. Bhabha (ed.). London: Routledge, 1990.

* Hall, Stuart. “Culture, Community, Nation.” Cultural Studies 7(3), 1993: 349-363.

* Hall, Stuart. “The West and the Rest: Discourse and Power” in Formations of Modernity. Stuart Hall and Bram Gieben (eds.). Cambridge: Polity, 1992: 275-320.

Hobsbawm, Eric and Terence Ranger (eds.). The Invention of Tradition. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press. 1983.

* Kymlicka, Will. “A Crossroad in Race Relations” in Politics in the Vernacular: Nationalism, Multiculturalism and Citizenship. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2001: 175-199.

Massey, Doreen. Space, Place, and Gender. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota Press, 1994.

McClintock, Anne. Imperial Leather: Race, Gender, and Sexuality in the Colonial Contest. New York: Routledge, 1995.

* Mills, Sara. “Knowledge, Gender, Empire,” Writing Women and Space: Colonial and Postcolonial Geographies. Alison Blunt and Gillian Rose (eds.). New York: Guilford Press, 1994.

* Peters, Evelyn. “Geographies of Aboriginal People in Canada.” The Canadian Geographer 45(1), 2001: 138-144.

Pieterse, Jan Nederveen and Bhikhu C. Parekh. The decolonization of imagination: culture, knowledge and power. London & Atlantic Highlands, NJ: Zed Books, 1995.

* Prado, C. G. “Making Subjects” in Starting With Foucault: An Introduction to Genealogy. Westview Press, 200: 53-84.

Said, Edward. Culture and Imperialism. New York: Vintage. 1994.

* Said, Edward W. “Invention, Memory, and Place.” Critical Inquiry, 26 (2), Winter, 2000: 175-192.

Said, Edward. Orientalism. 25th anniversary edition. New York: Vintage Books, 1995.

Shohat, Ella and Robert Stam. Unthinking Eurocentrism: multiculturalism and the media.London; New York: Routledge, 1994.

* Smith, Anthony D. “The Nation: Invented, Imagined, Reconstructed?” Millennium: Journal of International Studies. 20 (3), 1991: 353-368.

Smith, Linda Tuhiwai. Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples, New York: Zed Books, 1999.

Spivak, Gayatri Chakravorty. A Critique of Postcolonial Reason: Toward a History of the Vanishing Present, Calcutta: Seagull Books, 1999.

* Stasiulis, D., & Yuval-Davis, N. (eds.). “Introduction: Beyond dichotomies – gender, race, ethnicity and class in settler societies” in Unsettling settler societies: Articulations of gender, race, ethnicity and class. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 1995: 1-38.

* Strong-Boag, Veronica, Sherrill Grace, Avigail Eisenberg and Joan Anderson (eds.). “Constructing Canada: An Introduction,” Painting the Maple: Essays on Race, Gender, and the Construction of Canada. Vancouver: UBC Press, 1998, p 3-15.

Taylor, Charles, K. Anthony Appiah, Jurgen Habermas, Steven C. Rockefeller, Michael Walzer and Susan Wolf. Multiculturalism: Examining the politics of recognition. New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1994.

Thobani, Sunera. Exalted Subjects: Studies in the Making of Race and Nation in Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2007.

* Walcott, Rinaldo. “‘A Tough Geography’: Towards a Poetics of Black Space(s) in Canada.” Unhomely States: Theorizing English-Canadian Postcolonialism. Cynthia Sugars (ed). Peterborough, ON: Broadview Press, 2004: 277-288.

* Whitaker, R. “Sovereignties Old and New: Canada, Quebec and Aboriginal Peoples.” Studies in Political Economy, 58, 1999: 69-96.

Identity

Angus, Ian. A Border Within: National Identity, Cultural Plurality and Wilderness. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s UP, 1997.

* Bannerji, Himani. “The passion of naming: Identity, difference and the politics of class” in Thinking through: Essays on feminism, Marxism, and anti-racism. Toronto: Women’s Press, 1995: 17-40.

Barth, Fredrik (ed.). Ethnic Groups and Boundaries: the social organization of cultural difference. Oslo: University Press, 1969.

* Brubaker, Roger & Frederick Cooper. “Beyond ‘identity.’” Theory and Society, 29(1), 2000: 1-47.

* Careless, J.M.S. “‘Limited identities’ in Canada.” Canadian Historical Review, 50, 1969.

Dhamoon, Rita. Identity/difference Politics: How Difference is Produced, and Why it Matters. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2009.

Gellner, Ernest. Culture, Identity, and Politics. Cambridge, University Press, Cambridge, 1987.

* Gilroy, Paul. “Identity, belonging, and the critique of sameness” in Between Camps: Race, Identity and Nationalism At The End of the Colour Line.Boston: Harvard University Press, 2000: 97-134.

* Goldberg, David Theo. “Introduction; identity in question” in Modernity and its futures. Stuart Hall, David Held and Tony McGrew (eds.). Cambridge UK: Polity Press / The Open University, 1992: 1-11.

* Guest, Kristin. “Introduction: Cannibalism and the Boundaries of Identity” in Eating Their Words: Cannibalism and the Boundaries of Cultural Identity. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2001.

* Hall, Stuart. “The Question of Cultural Identity” in Modernity and its Futures. Stuart Hall, David Held and Tony McGrew (eds.). Cambridge: Polity Press / The Open University, 1992: 273-291.

* Hall, Stuart. “Old and New Identities, Old and New Ethnicities” in Culture, Globalization, and the World-System: Contemporary Conditions for the Representation of Identity. Anthony King (ed). Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1997: 41-68.

* Hall, Stuart, and Paul Du Gay (eds). “Who needs ‘identity?’” in Questions of Cultural Identity. London; Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 1996: 1-17.

* Handler, Richard. “Is Identity a Useful Cross-Cultural Concept?” in Commemorations: The Politics of National Identity. John Gillis (ed.). Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1994: 27-40.

* Hobsbawn, Eric. “Language, culture, and national identity.” Social Research 63(4), 1996: 1065-1081.

Isin, Engin F. and Patricia K. Wood. Citizenshipand Identity. London: Sage Publications, 1999.

Keohane, Kieran. Symptoms of Canada: an essay on the Canadian identity. Toronto; Buffalo: University of Toronto Press, 1997.

* Kymlicka, Will. “Citizenship and Identity in Canada” in Canadian Politics (5th edition). James Bickerton and A.G. Gagnon (eds.). University of Toronto Press, 2009: 19-38.

* Kymlicka, Will. “Being Canadian.” Government and Opposition, 2003: 357-385.

Mackey, Eva. The House of Difference: Cultural Politics and National Identity in Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2002.

* Nimijean, Richard. “The Paradoxical Nature of the Canadian Identity.” Teaching Canada 23, 2005: 25-31.

* Osborne, Brian. “Landscapes, Memory, Monuments, and Commemoration: Putting Identity in its Place.” Canadian Ethnic Studies 33 (3), 2001: 39-71.

* Osborne, Brian. “From patriotic pines to diasporic geese: Emplacing culture, setting our sights, locating identity in a transnational Canada.” Canadian Journal of Communication Vol. 31 (1), 2006: 147-175.

Rutherford, Jonathan (ed.). Identity: Community, Culture, Difference. London: Lawrence and Wishart, 1990.

* Soja, Edward, and Barbara Hooper. “The Spaces that Difference Makes: Some notes on the geographical margins of the new cultural politics.” Place and the Politics of Identity, Michael Keith and Steve Pile (eds.). London and New York: Routledge, 1993.

Tilly, Charles. Identities, boundaries and social ties. Boulder, CO.: Paradigm Publishers, 2005.

Canada, the North, and Whiteness

Adams, Michael. Fire and Ice: The United States, Canada and the Myth of Converging Values. Penguin Canada. 2003.

Adams, Rachel. Continental Divides: Remapping the Cultures of North America. University of Chicago Press, 2009.

* Ahmed, Sara. “A Phenomenology of Whiteness.” Feminist Theory. 8 (2). August 2007: 149-168.

* Asch, Michael I. “Capital and Economic Development: A Critical Appraisal of the Recommendations of the Mackenzie Valley Pipeline Commission” in Cox, Bruce Alden (ed.). Native People, Native Lands: Canadian Indians, Inuit and Metis. Ottawa: Carleton University Press. 1987.

* Bartels, Dennis. “Ktaqamkuk Ilnui Saqimawoutie: Aboriginal Rights and the Myth of the Micmac Mercenaries in Newfoundland” in Cox, Bruce Alden (ed.). Native People, Native Lands: Canadian Indians, Inuit and Metis. Ottawa: Carleton University Press. 1987. p 32-36.

* Berger, Carl. “The True North Strong and Free” in Nationalism in Canada. Peter Russell (ed.). Toronto: McGraw-Hill Company of Canada, 1966.

Berger, Thomas. Northern Frontier, Northern Homeland: The Report of the Mackenzie Valley Pipeline Inquiry. 1977.

Berger, Thomas R. A Long and Terrible Shadow: White Values, Native Rights in the Americas, 1492-1992. Douglas & McIntyre. 1991.

* Bodroghkozy, Aniko. “As Canadian As Possible…: Anglo-Canadian Popular Culture and the American Other,” in Henry Jenkins, Tara McPherson and Jane Shattuck (eds.). Hop on Pop: The Politics and Pleasures of Popular Culture. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2002: 566-589.

* Cameron, Emile. “Copper Stories: Imaginative Geographies and Material Orderings of the Central Canadian Arctic.” Rethinking the Great White North: Race, Nature, and the Historical Geographies of Whiteness in Canada. Andre Baldwin, Laura Cameron, Audrey Kobayashi (eds). Vancouver: UBC Press, 2011.

* Campbell, Alistair and Kirk Cameron. “The North: Intersecting Worlds and Worldviews” in Canadian Cultural Poesis: Essays on Canadian Culture. Sherbert, Garry, Annie Gerin, and Sheila Petty (eds.). Waterloo, Ont.: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2006: 143-173.

* Chartrand, Jean-Philippe. “Survival and Adaptation of the Inuit Ethnic Identity: The Importance of Inuktitut” in Bruce Alden Cox (ed.). Native People, Native Lands: Canadian Indians, Inuit and Metis. Ottawa: Carleton University Press. 1987.

* Coates, Ken, and William Morrison. “Completing the Colonization of the Provincial Norths” in The Forgotten North: A History of Canada’s Provincial Norths. Toronto: James Lorimer & Company, Publishers, 1992: 85-112.

* Coleman, Daniel. “White Civility: The Literary Project of English Canada.” White Civility: The Literary Project of English Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2008.

* Collignon, Béatrice. “Les fondements territoriaux de l’identite inuit d’hier et d’aujourd’hui” in Les Territoires de l’identité: Le territoire, lien ou frontière? Joël Bonnemaison, Luc Cambrezy, Laurence Quinty-Bourgeois (eds.). 1999: 93-109.

* Corbey, Raymond. “Ethnographic showcases, 1870-1930” in The Decolonization of Imagination: Culture, Knowledge and Power. Jan Nederveen Pieterse and Bhikhu Parekh (eds.). London & Atlantic Highlands, NJ: Zed Books, 1995.

Dyer, Richard. White.London; New York: Routledge, 1997.

* Grant, Shelagh D. “Arctic Wilderness – and Other Mythologies,” Journal of Canadian Studies 32 (2), 1998: 27-42.

Grant, Shelagh. Polar Imperative. Vancouver/Toronto/Berkeley: Douglas & McIntyre, 2010.

* Kobayashi, Audrey. “Multiculturalism: Representing a Canadian Institution.” In Place/culture/representation (eds) James Duncan and David Ley.

* Jiwani, Yasmin. “On the Outskirts of Empire: Race and Gender in Canadian TV News” in Strong-Boag, Veronica, Sherrill Grace, Avigail Eisenberg and Joan Anderson (eds.). Painting the Maple: Essays on Race, Gender, and the Construction of Canada. Vancouver: UBC Press, 1998.

* Legare, A. “Nunavut: The Construction of a Regional Collective Identity in the Canadian Arctic.” Wicazo Sa Review 17 (2), 2002: 65-89.

* Milligan, Richard, and Tyler McCreary. “Inscription, Innocence, and Invisibility: Early Contributions to the Discursive Formation of the North in Samuel Hearne’s A Journey to the Northern Ocean.” Rethinking the Great White North: Race, Nature, and the Historical Geographies of Whiteness in Canada. Andre Baldwin, Laura Cameron, Audrey Kobayashi (eds). Vancouver: UBC Press, 2011.

* Monture, Patricia. “Racing and Erasing: Law and Gender in White Settler Societies” in Race & Racism. Sean Heir and Singh Bolaria (eds.). Broadview Press, 2007: 197-216.

* Peake, Linda and Brian Ray. “Racialising the Canadian Landscape: Whiteness, Uneven Geographies and Social Justice.” The Canadian Geographer, 45 (1), 2001: 180-86.

* Phillips, Ruth. B. “Show times: de-celebrating the Canadian nation, de-colonising the Canadian museum, 1967-92” in Rethinking Settler Colonialism: history and memory in Australia, Canada, Aotearoa New Zealand and South Africa. Annie E. Coombes (ed.). Manchester; New York: Manchester University Press, 2006.

* Razack, Sherene H. “Gendered Racial Violence and Spatialized Justice: The Murder of Pamela George,” Race, Space, and the Law: Unmapping a White Settler Society. Toronto: Between the Lines, 2002.

* Rothwell, Donald. “Canadian Sovereignty in the Arctic During the 1990s.” Australian-Canadian Studies, 10 (1), 1992: 81-109.

Stern, Pamela R. Daily Life of the Inuit. 2010.

Thompson, John Herd and Stephen J. Randall. Canada and the United States: ambivalent allies. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2008.

Young, Robert Andrew. White Mythologies: Writing History and the West (2nd Edition). London; New York: Routledge, 2004.

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