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Boggs, J.S. 2010. An overview of Canada's contemporary book trade in light of (nearly) four decades of policy interventions. Publishing Research Quarterly 26(1), 24-45
Boggs, J.S. 2009 Cultural industries and the creative economy: vague but useful concepts. Geography Compass 3(4), 1483–1498
Boggs, J.S. (2005). The geographical sources of competitive advantage and specialization in the book trade of Frankfurt-am-Main and Berlin. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, J. Agnew & A. J. Scott (Co-Chairs), University of California, Los Angeles.
Zavitz K. & Butz D. 2011. Not that alternative: Short-term volunteer tourism at an organic farming project in Costa Rica. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 10(3): 412-441.
Butz, D. & Cook N. 2011. Accessibility interrupted: The Shimshal road, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. The Canadian Geographer 55(3): 354-64.
Cook N. & Butz D. 2011. Narratives of accessibility and social change in Shimshal, northern Pakistan. Mountain Research and Development 31(1): 27-34.
Butz, D. 2010. Introduction: Places post-colonialism forgot (and how to find them). ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 10(1): 42-47.
Butz, D. 2010. Autoethnography as sensibility. In The Sage Handbook of Qualitative Geography. Eds. D. DeLyser, S. Aitken, S. Herbert, M. Crang & L. McDowell. London: Sage (pp. 138-155).
Bauder, H., Belina B. Butz, D., Gedalof, Z., Lagendijk, A., Mudu, P., Paasi, A., Schuurman, N., and Wilson, D. 2010. Critical practice of grant application and administration: An intervention. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 9(1), 102-112
Butz, D. and K. Besio. 2009. Autoethnography. Geography Compass 3(5), 1660-1674.
Butz, D. 2008. Sidelined by the Guidelines: Reflections on the limitations of standard informed consent procedures for the conduct of ethical research. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 7(2), 100-121.
Dagleish, M.P., Ali, Q., Powell, R.K., Butz, D., & Woodford, M.H. 2007. Fatal Sarcoptes scabiei infection of blue sheep (Pseudois nayaur) in Pakistan. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 43(3), 512-517.
Butz, D. 2006. Tourism and portering labour relations in Shimshal, Gojal Hunza. In H. Kreutzmann (ed.), Karakoram in Transition - The Hunza Valley (pp. 394-403). Oxford: Oxford and Karachi.
Dagesse, D.F. 2010. Freezing-induced bulk soil volume changes. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 90 (3), 389-401.
Dagesse, D.F. 2010. Freezing induced bulk volume changes in compacted clay soils. In, Proceedings of the 63rd Canadian Geotechnical Conference and 6th Canadian Permafrost Conference. (Calgary: The Canadian Geotechnical Society) 142-150.
Fullerton, C. 2010. Exploring the potential contributions of community economic development to rural revitalization. In, Sustainable Rural Community Change: Geographical Perspectives from North America, the British Isles, and Australia, D. Winchell, D. Ramsey, R. Koster and G. Robinson (eds.) (Brandon, MB: Rural Development Institute) 434-454.
Fullerton, C. and Brander, J. 2010. Coping with population decline on the rural-urban fringe: perspectives of planning and economic development practitioners. In, The Rural-Urban Fringe in Canada: Conflict and Controversy. K. Beesley (ed.) (Brandon, MB: Rural Development Institute) 55-63
Fullerton, C. 2007. Maintaining and expanding public transit ridership: Findings and research implications of an Ottawa commuter survey. North American transportation networks – Gaps and opportunities: Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Conference of the Canadian Transportation Research Forum (pp. 118-132). Saskatoon, SK: Canadian Transportation Research Forum.
Fullerton, C., K. Hemsworth, A. Ward, and K. Gold. (2007). Exploring the impacts of an unlimited access program: A case study of Brock University. North American transportation networks – Gaps and opportunities: Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Conference of the Canadian Transportation Research Forum (pp. 621-635). Saskatoon, SK: Canadian Transportation Research Forum.
Fullerton, C. 2005. A changing of the guard: Regional planning in Ottawa, 1945-1974. Urban History Review 34(1), 100-112.
Gayler, H.J. 2010. Ontario's Greenbelt and Places to Grow Legislation and the Future for the Countryside and the Rural Economy. In, The Next Rural Economies: Constructing Rural Place in Global Economies. Halseth, G., Markey, S. and Bruce, D. (eds.) (Wallingford, UK: CABI Publishing) 75-88.
Gayler, H.J. 2010. Niagara's emerging wine culture. In, Covering Niagara: Studies in Local Popular Culture. Nicks, J. and Grant, B. (eds.) (Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press) 195-212.
Gayler, H.J. 2010. Agricultural Land Preservation and the Contested Countryside in Niagara, Canada. In, The Rural-Urban Fringe in Canada: Conflict and Controversy. Beesley, K. (ed.) (Brandon: Brandon University Rural Development Institute) 312-326.
Gayler, H.J. 2005. Stemming the urban tide: Policy and attitudinal changes for saving the Canadian countryside. In, Rural Change and Sustainability: Agriculture, the Environment and Communities. A. Gilg, R. Yarwood, S. Essex, J. Smithers, & R. Wilson (eds.) (pp. 151-168). Wallingford, UK: CABI Publishing.
Jollineau, M., Wilson, H. and P. Howarth, 2008. Heterogeneity characteristics of an inland wetland environment through spatio-spectral analysis. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, 34 (3): 206-219.
Jollineau, M. and P. Howarth, 2008. Information extraction from hyperspectral data for inland wetland mapping. International Journal of Remote Sensing 29 (12): 3609-3631.
Jollineau, M. 2008. A bird's eye view: Mapping and monitoring wetland ecosystems using remote sensing. In, Physical geography: Science and systems of the human environment (4th ed.). A. Strahler, & O.W. Archibold (eds.) (p. 456). Canada: John Wiley & Sons Inc.
Leahy, M., Jollineau, M., Howarth, P., & Gillespie, A. 2005. Development of change-detection methods for monitoring the impacts of climate change on wetlands at Long Point, Ontario. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing 31(3), 240-254.
Mackintosh, P.G. 2011. The ‘occult relation between man and the vegetable’: transcendentalism, immigrants, and park planning in Toronto, circa 1900. In, Rethinking the Great White North: Race, Nature and the Historical Geographies of Whiteness in Canada. Andrew Baldwin, Laura Cameron, and Audrey Kobayashi (eds.). Vancouver, UBC Press, pp. 85-106.
Mackintosh, P.G. 2010. Polite athletics, bourgeois gaieties and the decorous use of public space in fin de siécle Niagara-on-the-Lake. In, Covering Niagara: Studies in Local Popular Culture, Barry K. Grant and Joan Nicks, (Eds). Waterloo, Wilfrid Laurier University Press, pp. 3-24.
Mackintosh, P.G. and Anderson, R. 2009. The Toronto Star Fresh Air Fund: transcendental rescue in a modern city, 1900-1915. The Geographical Review 99(4), 539–562.
Mackintosh, P.G. and Forsberg, C.R. 2009. Performing the lodge: Masonry, masculinity, and nineteenth-century North American moral geography. Journal of Historical Geography 35, 451–47.
Mackintosh, P.G. & Norcliffe, G. 2007. Women and men and the bicycle: Gender and the geography of cycling in the late nineteenth century. In, Cycling and Society. D. Horton, P. Rosen, & P. Cox (eds.) (pp. 153-177) Aldershot: Ashgate.
Mackintosh, P.G. 2007. The fin de siécle bicycle gymkhana in Ontario, Canada. In Cycle history: Proceedings: 17th International Cycle History Conferences, Toronto, Canada, 6-7 July, 2006. G. Norcliffe & R. van der Plas (eds.), (pp. 50-58). San Francisco: van der Plas Publications.
Mackintosh, P.G. 2007. A bourgeois geography of domestic cycling: The responsible use of public space in Toronto and Niagara-on-the-Lake, 1890-1900. Journal of Historical Sociology 20(1/2), 128-157.
Mackintosh, P.G. & Norcliffe, G. 2006. Flâneurie on bicycles: Acquiescence to women in public in the 1890s. The Canadian Geographer 50(1), 17-37.
Mackintosh, P.G. 2005. Asphalt modernism on the streets of Toronto, 1890-1900. Material History Review 62, 20-34.
Mackintosh, P.G. 2005. ’The development of higher urban life’ and the geographic imagination: Beauty, art, and moral environmentalism in Toronto, 1900-1920. Journal of Historical Geography 31(4), 688-722.
Mackintosh, P.G. 2005. Scrutiny in the modern city: The domestic public and the Toronto Local Council of Women at the turn of the twentieth-century. Gender, Place, and Culture 12(1) 29-48.
Nash, C.J. 2011. Transecting the traditional gay ghetto: Trans experiences in lesbian and queer space. Canadian Geographer 56(1), 192-207.
Nash, C.J. 2010. Material entanglements: queer geographies and trans experiences Trans Geographies. Gender, Place and Culture 17(5), 579-595.
Browne, K. & C.J. Nash (eds.). 2010. Queer methods and methodologies: Intersecting Queer Theories and Social Science Research. Ashgate Publishing: London.
Nash, C.J. 2010. Gendered and sexed geographies of/in a graduate classroom. Documents d'Anàlisi Geográfia 56(2), 287-304.
Nash, C.J. 2010. Queer conversations: Old-time lesbians, transmen and the politics of research. In, K. Browne and C.J. Nash (eds.), Queer Methods and Methodologies: Intersecting Queer Theories and Social Science Research London: Ashgate.
Nash, C.J. 2009. Patriarchy. International Encyclopaedia of Human Geography, R. Kitchin and N. Thrift (eds.) Elsevier Press.
Browne, K. & C.J. Nash. 2008. Lesbian geographies. In, International Encyclopaedia of Human Geography, R. Kitchin and N. Thrift (eds.) Elsevier Press.
Nash, C. J. & Bain, A. 2007. ‘Reclaiming raunch’: Spatializing queer identities at Toronto women’s bathhouse events. Social and Cultural Geography 8(1), 16-42.
Nash, C.J. & Bain, A. 2007. Pussies declawed: Unpacking the politics of a queer women’s bathhouse raid. In, Geographies of sexualities: Theory, practices and politics. K. Browne, J. Lim & Gavin Brown (eds.). Ashgate Publishing: London.
Bain, A. & Nash, C.J. 2007. The Toronto Women’s Bathhouse raid: Querying queer identities in the courtroom. Antipode 39(1), 17-34.
Nash, C.J. 2006. Undressing the researcher: Feminism, embodiment and sexuality at a queer bathhouse event. Area 38(1), 99-106.
Nash, C.J. 2006. Toronto’s gay village (1969 to 1982): Plotting the politics of gay identity. The Canadian Geographer 50(1), 1-16.
Nash, C.J. 2005. Gay politics and ethnic minorities: The struggle for gay identity in Toronto in the late 1970s. Gender, Place and Culture 12(1), 113-135.
Ripmeester, M. 2011. Obliterating intangibles: deindustrialization, the creative economy and the erasure of blue collar identity in St. Catharines, ON. Sharing Cultures 2011, S. S. Lira, R. Amoeda, C. Pinheiro (eds.) Greenlines Institute, Barcelos, Portugal. 541-551.
Ripmeester, M. 2010 Missing memories, missing spaces: the Missing Plaques Project and Toronto's public past. City, Culture and Society 1(4) 185-191.
Ripmeester, M. & Johnston, R. 2010. New wine into old narratives: constructing wine as intangible heritage in the Niagara Region, Canada. In, Constructing Intangible Heritage, S. Lira, R. Amoeda, C. Pinheiro, and F. Olivera (eds.) (Barcelos, Portugal: Greenlines Institute).
Ripmeester, M. & Johnston, R. 2010. Sustaining Identity: Heritage Development and Identity Construction in the Niagara Region, Canada. In, HERITAGE 2010, S. Lira, R. Amoeda, C. Pinheiro, and F. Olivera (eds.)(Barcelos, Portugal: Greenlines Institute).
Johnston R. & Ripmeester, M. 2010. That big statue of whoever: memory, landscape, and identity in the Niagara region. In, Placing Memory / Remembering Place, J. Opp and J. Walsh (eds.) (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press).
Johnston R. & Ripeester, M. 2010. A Promise Set in Stone: St. Catharines honours a Common Soldier. In, Niagara in Pieces, Barry Grant and Joan Nicks (eds.) (Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier Press) 25-43.
Johnston R. & Ripeester, M. 2009. Awake anon the tales of valour: The career of an urban war memorial. The Canadian Geographer 53(4), 404-426.
Ripmeester, M. 2009. The Lawn. Encyclopedia of Urban Studies, R. Hutchinson (ed.) (Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications).
Ripmeester, M. & Johnston, R. 2009. Wine as intangible heritage: preliminary thoughts on meaning and landscape in the Niagara Region, Canada. In, Sharing Cultures 2009, S. Lira, R. Amoeda, C. Pinheiro, and F. Olivera (eds.) (Greenlines Institute: Barcelos, Portugal), 585-593.
Johnston, R. & Ripmeester, M. 2007. A monument’s work is never done: The Watson monument, memory, and forgetting in a small Canadian city. International Journal of Heritage Studies 13(2), 117-135.
Cyr, D. & Shaw, A.B. 2010. Impact of Global Warming on Ontario's Ice Wine Industry. In, Proceedings of the VIII International Terroir Congress (Soave, Italy, June 14-18) pp.3-9.
Cyr, D., Kusy, M. & Shaw, A.B. 2010. Climate Change and the Potential Use of Weather Derivatives to Hedge Vineyard Harvest Rainfall Risk in the Niagara Region. Journal of Wine Research 21, 207-227.
Shaw, A.B. 2008 A Comparative Analysis of regions worldwide with Pinot Noir. In, Proceedings of the VII International Terroir Congress (Nyon: Switzerland), 142-148.
Cyr, D. Kusy, M. & Shaw, A.B. 2008 Hedging Adverse Bioclimatic Conditions Employing a Short Condor Position. American Association of Wine Economics 3(2), 1-23.
Cyr, D., Kusy, M. & Shaw, A.B. 2008. The Potential Use of Weather Derivatives in the Viticulture Industry. Economia & Diritto Agroalimentare 13(3), 67-81.
Shaw, A.B. 2005. Delimiting sub-appellations within the Niagara Peninsula viticultural area. Toronto: Report prepared to Vintners Quality Alliance Ontario.
Vaudour, E. & Shaw, A.B. 2005. A review of a worldwide perspective on viticultural zoning. South African Journal of Enology and Viticulture 26(2), 106-115.
Shaw, A.B. 2005. The Niagara Peninsula viticultural area: A climatic analysis of Canada’s largest wine region. Journal of Wine Reseach, 13(2), 143-164.
Shaw, A.B. 2005. Determining sub-appellations in Ontario wine regions. In, Proceedings of the 28th International Conference on Viticultural Zoning, (pp. 27-34). Cape Town, South Africa, November 14-19, 2004.
Simandan, D. 2011. The wise stance in human geography. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 36(2), 188-192.
Simandan, D. 2011. Is engaged pluralism the best way ahead for economic geography? Commentary on Barnes & Sheppard (2009). Progress in Human Geography 35, advanced online publication.
Simandan, D. 2011. Kinds of environments: a framework for reflecting on the possible contours of a better world. The Canadian Geographer 55, advanced online publication.
Simandan, D. 2011. Making sense of place through multiple memory systems. New Zealand Geographer 67(1), 21-24.
Simandan, D. 2011. On time, place, and happiness. New Zealand Geographer 67(1), 6-15.
Simandan, D. 2011. Error, quality, and applied geography: an editorial on process. Applied Geography 31(2), 780-783.
Simandan, D. 2010. On how much one can take: relocating exploitation and exclusion within the broader framework of allostatic load theory. Health & Place 16(6), 1291-1293.
Simandan, D. 2010. Cognitive microfoundations for the economics of nonrival goods. Economic Analysis 43(3-4), 87-96.
Simandan, D. 2010. Beware of Contingency. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 28(3), 388-396.
Simandan, D. 2010. Roads to perdition in the knowledge-economy. Environment and Planning A 42(7), 1519-1520.
Simandan, D. 2010. Geography and interindividual differences as key explanatory variables of entrepreneurial success. Single-authored guest chapter in Markovic M, Omolaja M, Modern Entrepreneurship Charlotte, North Carolina: Information Age Publishing, xxx-xxx.
Simandan, D. 2010. The causes and consequences of egalitarian sentiments and policies. Outline of a political ecology of place. In, Science, Economy, Society. In memoriam Dimitrie Camenita, Aslau T & Matei S (eds.), Arad, ‘Aurel Vlaicu’ University Press, 135-164.
Simandan, D. 2009. Industrialisation. In, International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, R. Kitchin & N. Thrift (eds.), Oxford: Elsevier, volume 5, 419-425.
Simandan, D. 2009. Affect and the gendered map of economic growth. In, Female Entrepreneurship and Local Economic Growth: A Case of Countries in Transition, M. Markovic & I. Kyaruzi (eds.), Denver, Colorado: Outskirts Press, 20-46.
Simandan, D. 2009. Entrenched patterns of hot cognition may explain stubborn attributes of the economic landscape. Journal of Women's Entrepreneurship and Education. 3-4, 1-21.
Simandan, D. 2009. Intelligence and Environmental Complexity. Philobiblon. Theme Issue: The Environment XIV, 13-44.
Simandan, D. 2007. An evolutionary geography of environmental and social justice. Studia Ambientum I(1-2), 90-107.
Ustundag, E. 2008. Act 8: The Romani. In, Theorizing Acts of Citizenship, E. Isin and G. Nielsen (eds.) (London: Zed Books) 215-216.
Ustundag, E. 2007. Topographies of surveillance. Istanbul. May, 78-81. [In Turkish]
Ustundag, E. 2005. Theorizing Turkish urban studies with 'Rights to the City. In, Rights to the city, D. Wastl-Walter, L. Staeheli & L. Dowler (eds.), (pp. 55-63). Roma: Societa Geographica Italiana.
Preston, V. and Ustundag, E. 2005. Feminist geographies of the ‘city’: Multiple voices and multiple meanings. In, Companion to feminist geography, Nelson, L. & Seager, J. (eds.), (pp: 211-227). Malden: Blackwell Publications.