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‘The embodied implications of the Columbia Treaty,’  Festschrift in honor of Prof. Paul Weiler, Harvard University, (McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2011)

‘The Practicing of History Shared across Differences: Needs, Technologies and Ways of Knowing in the Megaprojects New Media Project,’ with Jon van der Veen and Jessica Van Horssen Journal of Canadian Studies 43, 1 Winter 2009 1-24

‘Smells Like?: Sources of Uncertainty in the History of a Great Lakes Environment’ Environmental History April 2006 282-312

‘Working Knowledge of the Insensible: an embodied history of radiation protection in Canadian Nuclear Power Stations, 1962-92’ Comparative Studies in Society and History October 2006 820-851

‘Classics Reconsidered: Ruth Schwartz Cowan’s More Work for Mother,’ Technology And Culture July 2005  604-612

‘Local Water Diversely Known: Walkerton, Ontario 2000 and after,’ Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 23, 2 2005 251-71

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