Placing Memory and Remembering Place in Canada, co-ed. with John C. Walsh (UBC Press, 2010).
Home, Work, and Play: Situating Canadian Social History, co-ed. with John C. Walsh (Oxford University Press, 2006; 2nd Ed. 2010; 3rd Ed. 2015).
The Lord for the Body: Religion, Medicine, and Protestant Faith Healing in Canada, 1880-1930 (McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2005).
Articles and Book Chapters:
“Branding the Bay/la Baie: Corporate Identity, the Hudson’s Bay Company, and the Burden of History in the 1960s,” Canadian Historical Review 96, 2 (June 2015): 223-256.
“Public history and the fragments of place: archaeology, history and heritage site development in southern Alberta,” Rethinking History 15, 2 (June 2011): 241-266. Reprinted in Public and Popular History, ed. Jerome de Groot (New York: Routledge, August 2012).
“Picturing Communism: Yousuf Karsh, Canadair, and Cold War Advertising,” The Cultural Work of Photography in Canada, ed. Carol Payne and Andrea Kunard (McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2011). Abridged version reprinted in Queen’s Quarterly 118/4 (Winter 2011): 585-597.
“Finding the View: Landscape, Place, and Colour Slide Photography in Southern Alberta,” in Placing Memory and Remembering Place in Canada, ed. James Opp and John C. Walsh (UBC Press, November 2010).
(co-authored with Matt Dyce), “Visualizing Space, Race, and History in the North: Photographic Narratives of the Athabasca-Mackenzie River Basin,” in The West and Beyond, ed. Sarah Carter, et al. (Athabasca University Press, May 2010).
“The Colonial Legacies of the Digital Archive: the Arnold Lupson Photographic Collection,” Archivaria (Special issue on photographs and archives) 65 (2008): 3-19.
“Prairie Commemorations and the Nation: The Golden Jubilees of Alberta and Saskatchewan, 1955,” in Canadas of the Mind: The Making and Unmaking of Canadian Nationalisms in the Twentieth Century, eds. A. Chapnick and N. Hillmer (McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2007).
“The Word and the Flesh: Religion, Medicine, and Protestant Faith Healing Narratives in North America, 1880-1910,” Social History / histoire sociale 36, 71 (May 2003): 205-224.
“Re-imaging the Moral Order of Urban Space: Religion and Photography in Winnipeg, 1900-1920,” Journal of the Canadian Historical Association / Revue de la Société historique du Canada 13 (2002), 73-93. Anthologized in Home, Work, and Play, eds. James Opp and John C. Walsh (Oxford, 2006).
“Healing Hands, Healthy Bodies; Protestant Women and Faith Healing in Canada and the United States, 1880-1930″ in Women and Twentieth-Century Protestantism, eds. Margaret Bendroth and Virginia Brereton (University of Illinois Press, 2002). Anthologized in Women and Religion (Critical Concepts), ed. Pamela Klassen (New York: Routledge, 2009).
“Exhibiting the Sacred: Religious History, Material Objects, and the Museum of Civilization,” Studies in Religion / Sciences Religieuses, 30, 3-4 (2001): 339-352.