PUBLICATIONS

Pannekoek, F. and Heather Devine. (In process pending editorial approvals). Essays in Metis Studies. Montana Historical Society and University of Calgary Press.

Pannekoek, F. The Commodification of information and the marginalization of regional cultures. CD-ROM. United Arab Emirates: Higher College of Education, 2000.

Pannekoek, F. "Writing Metis History." From Rupert's Land to Canada: Essays in Honour of John Foster. Eds. Theodore Binnema, Gerhard J. Ens, and R.C. Macleod. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 1999.

Pannekoek, F. "Time for a change? The Alberta Historical Resources Act." Legacy. (1999): 30-31.

Pannekoek, F. "Who matters? Public history and the invention of the Canadian past." Acadiensis. xxix:2 (2000):205-217.

"The Rise of the Heritage Priesthood or the Decline of Community Based Heritage," Historic Preservation Forum Spring 1998, Vol. 12, No. 3, pp. 4-10. Reprinted as "The Rise of a Heritage Priesthood," in Michael A. Tomlan, ed., Preservation of What, For Whom? (Ithaca: The National Council for Preservation Education, 1999) pp. 29-36.

"Alberta: A Community Development Heritage Alternative," Momentum 1996 ICOMOS Canada Bulletin, pp. 57-58.

"The Medicine Line and the Thin Red Line," Montana The Magazine of Western History (Autumn, 1996), Vol. 46, No. 3, pp. 56-61.

The Canadian Metis. Athabasca: University of Athabasca, 1995. 140pp. The text and instructional manual for an undergraduate course in the history of the Canadian Metis.

"Interpretation in Two Frontiers - The American and Canadian Wests" in Alberta Museums Review, vol. 20, no. 2, 1994, pp. 17-22.

"The Flock Divided: Factions and Feuds at Red River" in R. Douglas Francis and Donald B. Smith in Readings in Canadian History Pre-Confederation (Toronto: Harcourt Brace Canada, 1994 ) pp, 520-531.

"For and Against the Metis Case - Debating Metis Rights" The Literary Review of Canada April, 1992

"Insidious Sources and the Historical Interpretation of the Pre - 1870 West" in Barry Ferguson, ed. The Anglican Church and the World of Western Canada 1820-1970. Regina: Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1991, pp. 29-37.

A Snug Little Flock - The Social Origins of the Riel Resistance of 1869-70. Winnipeg: Watson and Dwyer, 1991, 33 illustrations, 225 pp.

"Factions and Feuds at Red River - The Flock Divided," The Beaver, (Dec, 1990), pp. 29-37.

"Wetaskiwin Business and Prince Edward Islanders," Alberta History (Summer, 1989), Vol. 37, No. 3, pp. 7-13.

"A Selected Western Canadian Historical Resources Bibliography," Prairie Forum (Fall, 1990), p. 329 - 374.

The Fur Trade and Western Canadian Society 1670 - 1870 Historical Booklet No. 43 (Ottawa: The Canadian Historical Association, 1987), pp. 1 - 28.

"Riel House: A Review" Archivaria, 1984, pp. 255-262. A very critical study of the preservation strategies employed at Riel House.

"Some Comments on the Social Origins of the Riel Protest of 1869 - 70," in A.S. Lussier, ed., Riel Mini-Conference papers Louis Riel and the Metis (Winnipeg: Pemmican Publications, 1979, 1983), pp. 65-76.

"The Historiography of the Red River Settlement, 1830 - 1868," Prairie Forum, Vol . VI, No. 1, Spring 1981, pp. 75 - 85.

"Corruption at Moose Factory, 1740 - 1744," The Beaver, Spring 1979, pp. 5 - 12.

"The Anglican Church and the Disintegration of Red River Society, 1818 - 1870" in Carl Berger and Ramsay Cook, eds. The West and the Nation (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart Limited, 1976), pp. 72 - 90 and reprinted in R. Douglas Francis and Howard Palmer eds. The Prairie West Historical Readings (Edmonton: Pica Pica Press, 1985), pp. 100 - 116.

"The Rev. Griffiths Owen Corbett and the Red River Civil War of 1869 - 70," Canadian Historical Review, Vol. LVII, No. 2, June 1976, pp. 133 - 150.

"The Social Gospel, A Case Study of St. John's United Church 1905 - 1940," (Vancouver: Vancouver Presbytery and St. John's United Church, 1976), 30 pages.

"A Probe into the Demographic Structure of Nineteenth Century Red River," in Lewis H. Thomas, ed. Essays on Western History (Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 1976), pp. 83 - 97.

"The Rev. James Evans and the Social Antagonisms of Fur Trade Society, 1840 - 1846," in Richard Allen, ed., Religion and Society in the Prairie West (Regina: Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974).

"Protestant Agricultural Zions for the Western Indian," Journal of the Canadian Church Historical Society, Vol. XIV, September 1972, pp. 55 - 67.

"Marten, Humphrey" (1975), "Jarvis, Edward " (1975), "Anderson, Bishop David" (1976), "Pratt, Charles" (1977), "Ross, Alexander" (1980), "Cockrane, Rev. Henry" (1983), "Rundle, Rev. Robert" (1983), Dictionary of Canadian Biography (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, various dates)

"Hind, Henry Youle" (1983), "Fort Macleod" (1983), "Fort McMurray" (1984), "Banff" (1984), "Jasper" (1984), "Athabasca" (1984), "William McDougall" (1984), "Poundmaker" (1984), "Eden Colvile" (1984), Alexander Ross (1984), Okotoks (1985), Pincher Creek (1986), John Rowand (1986), Slave lake (1986), Joseph Howse (1987), Hanna (1987),. The Canadian Encyclopedia (Edmonton: Hurtig Publishers, 1988).

REVIEWS

Various reviews in H-Net Canada, The Canadian Book Review Annual, The Alberta Museums Review, The Beaver, Prairie Forum, NuWest Review, Canadian Historical Review, Saskatchewan History, Musk Ox, Archivaria, Prairie Fire and Queen's Quarterly.

ADDRESSES

" Is Anybody Home?" Moderator and Speaker on "Heritage Preservation and Economic Growth" Heritage Canada Annual Conference, St. John's NFLD, October, 1999.

"The Development of Metis Distance Education Materials," University of Great Falls, 1998.

"Regionalism and Government; Alberta," The Centre for the Rocky Mountain West, University of Montana, 1998.

"Cultural Tourism in the Saskatchewan River Basin," Saskatchewan River Basins Sustainable Development Conference, University of Calgary, 1998.

"Nature and Culture," UNESCO Experts Forum on World Heritage Sites, Amsterdam, 1998.

"The Priesthood of Professionals" Address to United States Council on Preservation Education, Baltimore, Goucher College, March 1997.

"The Medicine Line and the Thin Red Line: Perceptions and Reality," The Montana History Conference banquet address, October, 1995.

"Bench marking in Cultural Institutions," Institute for International Research, June, 1995, Vancouver.

"Total Quality Management and Heritage Preservation," Institute for International Research, December, 1994, Vancouver.

"Planning a Century of Heritage" October 21, ICOMOS (United Nations Agency for the Preservation of Monuments).

"Managing More with Less," October 11, 1994, Alberta Provincial Parks Conference

"Montana and Alberta - One West Two Nations," August 1994, Montana State Historical Society

Commentator for Native History Session June, 1994 Canadian Historical Association.

"Alberta - the Future of Heritage" September 1993, Alberta Museums Association

"Pubic History: An Ethical Challenge," Jan. 1992, Concordia University College

"Cultural Tourism in Western Canada," Oct. 5, 1989, Canadian Ministers of Culture Annual Policy Conference

"Cultural Tourism and Economic Recovery," September 12, 1989, Canadian Deputy Ministers of Culture Annual Policy Conference

"Interpretation in a Multicultural Environment," October 1987, Canadian Conference on Heritage and Museum Resources

"The Missionary in Western Canadian Historiography," Feb. 1987, Canadian Church History Conference, St. John's College, University of Manitoba

"Recent Development in Heritage Preservation in Alberta," 1986, Canadian Conference in Historical Resources, Whitehorse

"Government Scholarly Publishing - Risk and Opportunity," March 27, 1986, Social Science and Humanities Federation of Canada

"Alberta History and Interpretation in the New Frontier," 1985, The First World International Congress for Interpretation, Banff

"Capital Formation in a Frontier Community - Wetaskiwin 1890 - 1930,"1984, Wetaskiwin Historical Society

"The History of the Preservation Movement in Alberta," 1983, Association for Preservation Technology

"The role of the historian vis a vis the interpreter in historic site development," 1983, Canadian Association of Interpreters.

"Red River Historiography," 1980, Selkirk Project

"A Reinterpretation of the Riel Resistance," 1979, Riel Project, University of Alberta

"The Red River Insurrection," 1978, Manitoba Historical Society

"The Red River Clergy," 1976, Canadian Historical Association