Representations of Economic Autonomy and Dependency in the Song Tradition of Newfoundland
The American Review of Canadian Studies 24.3 (1994)
“‘No Part of Our Life’ : Local and Official Constructions of Work in Contemporary Newfoundland”
Labour/Le Travail: Journal of Canadian Labour Studies 34 (Fall 1994)
“Workers, Policy-makers and Labor Ideals in Cistercian Legislation, 1134-1237″
Cîteaux in de Nederlanden (1989)
With Helen Smith, Lakehead University:
“‘Now that I know how to manage’: Work and Identity in the Journals of Anne Langton”
Ontario History (September 1995)
Review of: Contested Countryside: Rural Workers and Modern Society in Atlantic Canada, 1800-1950. Daniel Samson, ed.
The American Review of Canadian Studies 25.1 (1995)
Review of: Jack Tar in History: Essays in the History of Maritime Life and Labour. Colin Howell and Richard Twomey, eds.
Social History 27 (1994)
Articles in conference proceedings:
“Remembering the Moral Economy: Cultural Revival as Economic Critique in Contemporary Newfoundland”
Proceedings of the Gorsebrook Research Institute Conference, “Global Efficiency, Regional Integrity and Cultural Identity in Atlantic Canada”