Fee, Margery. “First Lives.” Review of Cecilia Morgan, Travellers through Empire: Indigenous Voyages from Early Canada, and Doris Jeanne MacKinnon, Metis Pioneers: Marie Rose Delorme Smith and Isabella Clark Hardisty LougheedCanadian Literature, 237 (2019): 160-61.
Fee, Margery. Review of The Bungling Host: The Nature of Native Oral Literature, by Daniel Clément. Canadian Journal of Native Studies. 38.2 (2018): 189-92.
Fee, Margery. Review of Or Words to That Effect: Orality and the Writing of Literary History, ed. Daniel F. Chamberlain and J. Edward Chamberlin, for the University of Toronto Quarterly’s “Letters in Canada 2016,” 87.3 (2018): 374-76.
Reder, Deanna. “The New Turf of Indigenous Lit: on Tomson Highway’s From Oral to Written, 
Fee, Margery. “So What Do Bears Think about Us?” Review of Michael Englehard’s Ice Bear: The Cultural History of an Arctic Icon. Humanimalia: A Journal of Human/Animal Interface Studies 9.1 (2017): 172-75.
Fee, Margery. “How to Remember Canada.” Review of Caitlin Gordon-Walker, Exhibiting Nation: Multicultural Nationalism (and its Limits) in Canada’s Museums; Cecilia Morgan, Commemorating Canada: History, Heritage and Memory, 1850s-1990s;­ Maeve Connick, Munroe Eagles, Jane Koustas, and Catriona Ni Chasaide, eds. Landscapes and Landmarks of Canada: Real, Imagined, (Re)Viewed,  Canadian Literature, 235 (Winter 2017): 136-37. 
Cariou, Warren. “Indigenous Rights and the Undoomed Indian.” European Romantic Review, vol.   27, no. 3, 2016, pp. 309–318.
Cariou, Warren. “The Exhibited Body: The Nineteenth-Century Human Zoo.” Victorian Review, vol. 42, no. 1, 2016, pp. 25–29.
Fee, Margery. “Past, Present, and Future North.” Rev. of Future Arctic:  Field Notes from a World on the Edge by Edward Struzik and Far Off Metal River: Inuit Lands, Settler Stories, and the Making of the Contemporary Arctic by Emilie Cameron. Canadian Literature 226 (2015): 159-60.