Books Chapters & Papers
Lane, Julia, Alix Shield, Dal Sohal, and Ashley Edwards. “Bringing the Land into the Library: Land Acknowledgements in an Academic Library.” Land in Libraries: Toward a Materialist Conception
of Education, edited by Lydia Zvyagintseva and Mary Greenshields, Library Juice Press, Forthcoming 2023.
Fee, Margery. “Diplomacy before Reconciliation.” Land / Relations: Possibilities of Justice in Canadian Literatures. Ed. Smaro Kamboureli and Larissa Lai. Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2023, pp. 185-97.
Fee, Margery and Deanna Reder. “The People and the Text: An Inclusive Collection” Collection Thinking: Ontologies, Agents, Communities, eds.. Edited by Jason Camlot, Martha Langford,
and Linda M. Morra. Routledge, 2023. 292-305. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003282303
Okot-Bitek, Juliane and Kesha Febrier, Vidya Shah, Sue Shon, Deanna Reder, Jules Gill-Peterson. “Critical Race Theory Today: A Roundtable Conversation” Journal of Critical Race Inquiry 9:2 (2022) https://jcri.ca/index.php/CRI/article/view/16273
Coupal, Michelle and Deanna Reder. “A Call to Teach Indigenous Literatures” co-authored with co-editor Michelle Coupal. Studies in American Indian Literature 34:1-2 (Spring-Summer 2022): ix-xxi
Reder, Deanna. “Using Indigenous-Informed Close-Reading to Unlearn: Teaching Indigenous Perspectives of History in Literature.” Studies in American Indian Literature 34:1-2 (Spring-Summer
2022): 59-74, 245-250
Shield, Alix. “‘You Must Unlearn What You Have Learned’: Or, How Yoda, Decolonization, and Indigenous Digital Media Fit Together.” How We Teach Indigenous Literatures, special issue of Studies in
American Indian Literatures, vol. 34, no. 1, 2022, pp. 75-91.
Gerson, Carole and Alix Shield. "Picturing E. Pauline Johnson/Tekahionwake: Illustration and the Construction of Indigenous Authorship." The Cultural Performance of Authorship in Canada, special issue of Authorship, vol. 10, no.1, July 2021. https://www.authorship.ugent.be/article/view/20629
Reder, Deanna and Alix Shield. “‘I write this for all of you’: Recovering the Unpublished RCMP ‘Incident’ in Maria Campbell’s Halfbreed (1973).” On The Other Side(s) of 150: Untold Stories and Critical Approaches to History, Literature, and Identity in Canada. eds. Linda M. Morra and Sarah Henzi. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2021: 41-51.
Reder, Deanna. “Recuperating Indigenous Narratives: Making Legible the Documenting of Injustices.” On The Other Side(s) of 150: Untold Stories and Critical Approaches to History, Literature, and Identity in Canada. eds. Linda M. Morra and Sarah Henzi. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2021: 27-40.
Reder, Deanna and Sophie McCall. “Indigenous and Postcolonial Studies: Tensions and Interrelationships, Creative and Critical Interventions”. ARIEL A Review of International English
Studies 51.2-3 (April-July 2020): 1-25
McCall, Sophie, ed. “Conversations at the Crossroads: Indigenous and Black Writers Talk” with David Chariandy, Karrmen Crey, Aisha Sasha John, Cecily Nicholson, Samantha Nock, Juliane Okot
Bitek, Madeleine Reddon, & Deanna Reder. ARIEL; A Review of International English Studies 51.2-3 (April-July 2020): 57-82
Fee, Margery. “Thomas D’Arcy McGee and Louis Riel: Minority Nationalists, Extreme Moderates.” On The Other Side(s) of 150: Untold Stories and Critical Approaches to History, Literature, and Identity in Canada. eds. Linda M. Morra and Sarah Henzi. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2021: 271-84.
Edwards, Brendan F.R. “Print Culture and the Reassertion of Indigenous Nationhood in Early-Mid-Twentieth Century Canada.” Comparative Print Culture: A Study of Alternative Literary Modernities. Ed. Rasoul Aliakbari. New Directions in Book History. Palgrave Macmillan, 2020. 225-244.
Fee, Margery. “What Can be Learned from Dining with Bears?: Food, Indigenous Worldviews and the Environment.” Canadian Culinary Imaginations. Ed. Shelley Boyd and Dorothy Berenscott. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s UP, 2020: 37-56.
Fee, Margery. “Respect or Empathy?: Affect/Emotion in Indigenous Stories.” All the Feels / Tous les sens: Affect and Writing in Canada / Affect et écriture au Canada , edited by Marie Carrière, Ursula Mathis-Moser, and Kit Dobson; Edmonton: U of Alberta Press, 2020: 203-24.
Reder, Deanna and Sophie McCall, Sam McKegney, Sarah Henzi, and Warren Cariou. “Introduction” Special Section - Carrying the Fire: Celebrating Indigenous Voices of Canada, Alaska Quarterly Review 36: 3 & 4 (Winter & Spring 2020): 190-198.
Justice, Daniel Heath. “Letter to an Emerging Writer.” Alaska Quarterly Review. Vol 36: 3 &4 (2020): 199-204.
Reder, Deanna. “Foreword”. Unsettling Spirit: A Journey into Decolonization by Denise M. Nadeau. McGill-Queens UP, 2020.
Fee, Margery. “Indigenous Cosmopolitics and English Literacy in the Pacific Northwest.” Worlds At Home: On Cosmopolitan Futures, guest ed. Chris Lee, Renisa Mawani and Sheila Giffen. Special issue of Journal of Intercultural Studies 40.5 (2019): 580-94.
Reder, Deanna and Alix Shield. “‘I write this for all of you’: Recovering the Unpublished RCMP ‘Incident’ in Maria Campbell’s Halfbreed (1973)” Canadian Literature 238 (2019); first on-line May 28 2018, https://canlit.ca/article/i-write-this-for-all-of-you-recovering-the-unpublished-rcmp-incident-in-maria-campbells-halfbreed-19731/).
Fee, Margery. “‘We Indians Own These Lands’: Performance, Authenticity, Disidentification, and E. Pauline Johnson/Tekahionwake (1861-1913),” rpt. chapter from Literary Land Claims, rpt. in Poetry Criticism, ed. Lawrence J. Trudeau. Vol. 199. Farmington Hills, MI: Gale, 2018.
Cariou, Warren. “Sweetgrass Stories: Listening for Animate Land.” Cambridge Journal of Postcolonial Literary Inquiry, vol. 5, no. 3, 2018, pp. 338–352.
Makmillen, Shurli and Margery Fee. “Disguising the Dynamism of Law in Canadian Courts: Judges Using Dictionaries.” The Pragmatic Turn in Law: Influence and Interpretation in Legal Discourse. Ed. Janet Giltrow and Dieter Stein. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton. 2017, 233-46. Vol. 18 Series in Pragmatics. (deals with the SCC Van der Peet decision)
Reder, Deanna. “Exploding the Canon: The Founding of the Indigenous Literary Studies Association,” WRITE: the magazine for the Writers’ Union of Canada (Fall 2017): 24.
Cariou, Warren, and Isabelle St-Amand. “Introduction Environmental Ethics through Changing Landscapes: Indigenous Activism and Literary Arts.” Canadian Review of Comparative Literature / Revue Canadienne De Littérature Comparée, vol. 44, no. 1, 2017, pp. 7–24.
Reder, Deanna. “Indigenous Autobiography in Canada: Recovering Intellectual Traditions.” The Oxford Handbook of Canadian Literature. Ed. Cynthia Sugars. Oxford UP, 2016. 170-190.
Fee, Margery. “Extinction Affect and the Case of the Polar Bear.” Spec. issue on Decolonizing Theories of the Emotions, ed. Sneja Gunew. Samyukta: A Journal of Gender and Culture 16.1 (2016): 158-70.
Cariou, Warren. “Life-Telling: Indigenous Oral Autobiography and the Performance of Relation.” Biography, vol. 39, no. 3, 2016, pp. 314–327.
Fee, Margery. “Publication, Performances, and Politics: The ‘Indian Poems’ of E. Pauline Johnson / Tekahionwake (1861-1913) and Duncan Campbell Scott (1862-1947).” Anthologizing Canadian Literature: Theoretical and Cultural Perspectives. Ed. Robert Lecker. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2015. 51-77.
Reder, Deanna. "Native American Autobiography: Connecting Separate Critical Conversations," Lifewriting Annual 4 (December 2015): 35-63.
Fee, Margery. CanLit Guides. Co-edited with Laura Moss and Kathryn Grafton. With the assistance of Donna Chin, Matthew Gruman et al. canlitguides.ca.