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B.A. University of British Columbia, 1988
M.A. University of British Columbia, 1990
Ph.D. Queen’s University, 1995
Geographies of popular memory
Geography and ethnohistory
Historical and cultural geography
Historical geographies of First Nations in Ontario
Ripmeester, M. (accepted). Defining the native problem: Colonial discourse and the evolution of the reserve ideal in Upper Canada, 1825-1840. Canadian Historical Review.
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.
Osborne, B., M. Huitema, & Ripmeester, M. (2004). Shared places, shifting spaces: The First Nations of the Thousand Islands. In The Thousand Islands (pp. 13-26). Canadian Thousand Islands Heritage Conservancy: Mallorytown.
Ripmeester, M. (2003). Power, resistance and place making. In Peters, E. (Guest Ed.) Focus: Making native space: A review symposium. The Canadian Geographer 47(1), 76-77.
Ripmeester, M. (2002). The development of a British landscape at Niagara, 1759-1765. In N. Pollock-Ellwand (Ed.), Historic Landscape Preservation. University of Waterloo Heritage Resources Centre.
Ripmeester, M. (2002). Intentional resistance or just ‘bad behaviour’: Reading for everyday resistance at the Alderville First Nation, 1837-1876. In B. Hodgins, U. Lischke, & D. McNab (Eds.), Blockades and Resistance: Studies in Ethnohistory (pp. 105-126). Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier Press.
Huitema, M., Osborne, B., & Ripmeester, M. (2002). Imagined spaces, constructed boundaries, conflicting claims: A legacy of post-colonial conflict in Eastern Ontario. International Journal of Canadian Studies 25, 89-112.
Feagan, R. & Ripmeester, M. (2001). Reading private green space: Competing geographic identities at the level of the lawn. Philosophy and Geography 4(1), 79-95.