Portfolio

—— Research grant:

“Peoples of the Edge:” Representing the Island of Newfoundland in Carto-Carictures, 1948-1949. Awarded a J.R. Smallwood Foundation grant at Memorial University, Newfoundland, 2017.

—— Journal article:

RARCMurphyao, Amanda L., and Kelly Black. “Unsettling Settler Belonging: (Re)naming and Territory Making in the Pacific Northwest.” American Review of Canadian Studies, Volume 45, Issue 3, September 2015.

—— Book chapters:

Murphyao, Amanda L., and Anne Trépanier. “Canadian ‘Maplelea’ Girl Dolls: The Commodification of Difference.” Dolls Studies: The Many Meanings of Girls’ Toys and Play (Mediated Youth). Edited by Miriam Forman-Brunell and Jennifer Dawn Whitney. Peter Lang Publishers. 2015.

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Murphyao, Amanda L. “Heroines in a Time of War: Nelvana of the Northern Lights and Wonder Woman as Symbols of the United States and Canada.” Ages of Heroes, Eras of Men: Superheroes and the American Experience. Edited by Julian C. Chambliss, Thomas C. Donaldson, and William Svitavsky. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 2013.

—— Book reviews:

naMurphyao, Amanda. “The North American Idea: A Vision of a Continental Future by Robert A. Pastor. New York: Oxford University Press, 2011. 264pp., £15.99, ISBN 978 0 19 978241 3 (review).” Political Studies Review, Volume 11, Issue 3: 467-468. September 2013.

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Murphyao, Amanda. “Book Review: An Introduction to Landscape, by Peter J. Howard.” Journal of Cultural Geography, Volume 30, Issue 3: 348-386, October 2013.

 

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Murphyao, Amanda L. “Book Review: Peter C. Van Wyck, The Highway of the Atom.” American Review of Canadian Studies, Volume 42, Issue 3: 436-438, September 2012.

iheMurphy, Amanda. “I hate book reviews.” Inside Higher Ed: University of Venus. 17 July 2012.

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Murphy, Amanda L. “Louis Riel: A Comic-Strip Biography (review).” Canadian Journal of Law and Society, Volume 26, Number 2: 469-470. 2011.

—— Policy briefs:

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Murphyao, Amanda. “U.S.-Canada Educational Exchange: Academic Alliances and Opportunities.” North America Research Partnership. October 2014.

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I didn’t know that! U.S. and Canadian Law Enforcement Jointly Patrol Our Waterways.” Canada Institute, Woodrow Wilson Center for Scholars. December 2013.

—— Opinion pieces, interviews, and comics academe writing:

Murphyao, Amanda. “A Tale of Comics Academe in a History Department: An Interview with Professor Julian Chambliss.” Women Write About Comics. 8 July 2014.

Murphyao, Amanda. “Stories from Comics Academe: The Culture of Production in Marvel’s Media Franchises.” Women Write About Comics. 9 June 2014.

Murphyao, Amanda. “Stories from Comics Academe: Visualizing a Story of Cancer’s Culture.” Women Write About Comics. 21 May 2014.

Hater in “Reading Diaries: Much Ado About YA, and Some Top Five Bad Books.” Women Write About Comics, 15 April 2014.

Murphyao, Amanda, and Kelly Black. “Coastal Diss-Patch: Graduate students work and learn far from campus.” The Leveller, Volume 6, Number 6, Spring 2014, page 11.

Murphyao, Amanda. “An introduction to comics academia in the form of a letter to my past self.” Women Write About Comics, 7 March 2014.

Contributor to “Nerd Wedding Roundtable.” Women Write About Comics. 4 March 2014.

Murphyao, Amanda. “Wonder Woman Travels Light, Superman Travels Light Speed with Lots of Suitcases.” Women Write About Comics. 13 January 2014.

Murphyao, Amanda. “A Nelvana Revival.” Ages of Heroes, Eras of Men blog. 8 January 2014.

Murphy, Amanda. “Rubrics, Timers, and ‘Two Stars and a Wish.'” Carleton University Education Development Centre TA Support blog. Ottawa, Canada. 23 August 2013.

Murphy, Amanda. “Fighting Ignorance, one bumper sticker at a time.” Canada Higher Education and Career News. 17 October 2011.

Murphy, Amanda. “War crimes expert advocates rights.” The McGill Daily, Montréal, Quebec, Canada. 27 September 2004.

Murphy, Amanda. Hyde Park, “A quick lesson in cell phone etiquette.” The McGill Daily, Montréal, Quebec, Canada. 23 September 2004.

—— Encyclopedia entries:

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Comics Through Time: A History of Icons, Idols, and Ideas edited by M Keith Booker. Greenwood Press/ABC-CLIO. October 2014.

– “Doc Savage,” pages 111-112.

– “Sheena, Queen of the Jungle,” pages 343-345.

– “Deitch, Kim,” pages 547-548.

– “Kominsky-Crumb, Aline,” pages 1114-1115.

Murphyao, Amanda. “Alpha Flight.” The Canadian Encyclopedia. Historica Dominion Institute. 2012.

alpha—— Reviews of webcomics, games, and comic book stores:

Murphyao, Amanda. “Webcomics Capsules: Questionable Content, Short Comics by Sam Alden, Dubblebaby, & Garfield Minus Garfield.” Women Write About Comics. 17 February 2014.

Murphyao, Amanda. “Store Review: Comics Toons N’ Toys.” Women Write About Comics. 29 January 2014.

Murphyao, Amanda. “Store Review: Tate’s.” Women Write About Comics. 22 January 2014.

Murphyao, Amanda. “Webcomics Capsules: Pumpkin Spiced & Dumbing of Age.” Women Write About Comics. 16 January 2014.

Murphyao, Amanda. “Store Review: G-Mart Comics.” Women Write About Comics. 14 January 2014.

Murphyao, Amanda. “Store Review: Alakazam Comics.” Women Write About Comics. 7 January 2014.

Murphyao, Amanda. “Game Review: DrawSomething.” The Phoenix Papers, Volume 1, Number 1: 8-16. April 2013.

—— Letters:

Contributor to “Alumni Love Letters,” IMSA 360. 23 April 2014.

Murphyao, Amanda. Letter to the Editor. Beverly Review. Chicago, Illinois. 17 July 2013.

Murphy, Amanda. Letter to the Editor, “Letters: On doctoral degrees, polluting ships, Richard Holbrooke, British pubs.” The Economist. 6 January 2011.

Murphy, Amanda. Letter to the Editor, “Mentoring youngsters works for everyone.” The News-Gazette, Champaign-Urbana, Illinois. 13 January 2009.

—— Food (p)reviews for Smile Politely:

Murphyao, Amanda. “Market Watch: May 11, 2013.” Smile Politely. 10 May 2013.

Murphyao, Amanda. “Up a creek with a syrup ladle.” Smile Politely. 7 May 2013.

Murphyao, Amanda. “Market Watch: May 4, 2013.” Smile Politely. 3 May 2013.

Murphyao, Amanda. “What time is it? Tea o’clock.Smile Politely. 30 April 2013.

Murphyao, Amanda. “A great, goat-themed, gastronomic experience at Prairie Fruits Farm and Creamery.” Smile Politely. 11 April 2013.

Murphyao, Amanda. “Market Watch: November 3, 2012.” Smile Politely. 2 November 2012.

Murphyao, Amanda. “Market Watch: October 27, 2012.” Smile Politely. 26 October 2012.

Murphyao, Amanda. “Market Watch: October 20, 2012.” Smile Politely. 19 October 2012.

Murphyao, Amanda. “Market Watch: October 13, 2012.” Smile Politely. 12 October 2012.

—— Engineering projects:

Murphy, Timothy R., Lisa J. Taccola, and Amanda Murphyao.  “Proceedings of the Material Quality Testing Risk Assessment and Multi-State Peer Exchange Meeting.” Illinois Center for Transportation Research Report ICT-11-079. March 2011.

Murphy, Timothy R. and Amanda L. Murphy. “Enhance Workmanship of Hot Mix Asphalt to Improve Efficiency.” Asphalt Magazine, Asphalt Institute, Lexington, Kentucky. January 2010.

Murphy, Timothy R. and Amanda L. Murphy. “Quality Control at Your Hot Mix Asphalt Plant.” Asphalt Magazine, Asphalt Institute, Lexington, Kentucky. October 2009.

Murphy, Timothy R. and Amanda L. Murphy. “Quality Begins at the Quarry: Aggregates for Hot Mix Asphalt.” Asphalt Magazine, Asphalt Institute, Lexington, Kentucky. June 2009.

Murphy, Timothy R. and Amanda L. Murphy. “Keeping Pace with Quality Control Management.” Asphalt Magazine, Asphalt Institute, Lexington, Kentucky. March 2009.

—— Digital projects:

Contributor to Women Write About Comics (2014).

Contributor to the Blue Sky GIS “Maps in Comics” blog (2012-2015).

Two featured blog posts in The #EnvHist Weekly, 12 July 2013.

Featured blogger on the Carleton University Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs RSS feed since July 2013.

—— Editing experience:

Trépanier, Anne, and Valerie Luchak. Reflecting on the Other National CapitalQuebec City-Ottawa. Draft Manuscript.

Khan, Ummni. Vicarious Kinks: S/M in the Socio-legal Imaginary. University of Toronto Press, 2014.

Moreu, Fernando. “Survey of Current Research Topics — Railroad Bridges and Structural Engineering.” Railway Track and Structures, Volume 107, Issue 9, September 2011.

Woods, Alexandra. “(Re)Informing Canadian Curricula and Teaching Practices at the Postsecondary Level.” MA Thesis. Carleton University, 2010.

Baek, Jongeun. “Modeling Reflective Cracking Development in Hot-Mix Asphalt Overlays and Quantification of Control Techniques.” Doctoral Dissertation. University of Illinois, 2009.

Yang, Shih-Hsien. “Test Development and Material Characterization of Hot Poured Crack Sealant at Low Temperature.” Doctoral Dissertation. University of Illinois, 2009.

Johnston, Robert D. “Put to the test; Examining the fallout of No Child Left Behind.” Chicago Tribune, 3 November 2007.

Murphy, Madonna. The History and Philosophy of Education: Voices of Educational Pioneers, Merrill/Prentice Hall Publisher, 2006.

Elvira, Marta M. and Anabella Dávila (editors). Managing Human Resources in Latin America: An Agenda for International Leaders, Routledge, 2005.

—— Manuscript indexing:

Khan, Ummni. Vicarious Kinks: S/M in the Socio-legal Imaginary. University of Toronto Press, 2014.

—— A note about access:

If you are interested in reading any of my writing that is not available freely on-line (some items may be behind a pay wall, depending on your institutional affiliation), please contact me with the citation you’re curious about and I’d be happy to send you a copy.

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