Publications 

** indicates work with graduate students, * indicates work with undergraduate students.

Scholarly Books (Edited)

Michael A. Robidoux and Courtney W. Mason. (eds.), A Land Not Forgotten: Indigenous Food Security and Land-Based Practices of Northern Ontario (Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2017).

https://uofmpress.ca/books/detail/a-land-not-forgotten

Scholarly Books (Monograph)

Courtney W. Mason. Spirits of the Rockies: Reasserting an Indigenous Presence in Banff National Park (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2014).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.utppublishing.com/Spirits-of-the-Rockies-Reasserting-an-Indigenous-Presence-in-Banff-National-Park.html

Refereed Journal Articles

Kelsey Boule** & Courtney W. Mason. “The Complex Relationships Between Wildlife, Humans, and Contemporary Stakeholders within British Columbia’s Hunting Industries.” B.C. Studies (Submitted: March 2019).

Jason Johnston** & Courtney W. Mason. “The Struggle for Indigenous Representation in Canadian National Parks: The Case of the Haida Totem Poles in Jasper.Journal of Indigenous Research (Submitted: February 2019).

Nickolas Kosmenko**, Kelsey Boule**, Tara-Leigh McHugh, Leisha Strachan & Courtney W. Mason. “Relevance of an Existing Knowledge-To-Action Model to Research Involving Indigenous Youth.” Revue phénEPS-PHEnex Journal (Accepted:  April 2019).

Pate Neumann** & Courtney W. Mason. “Managing Land Use Conflict Among Recreational Trail Users: A Sustainability Study of Cross-Country Skiers and Fat Bikers.” Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism 2019. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jort.2019.04.002

Kelsey L. Boule** & Courtney W. Mason. “Ethical Issues in Sport Hunting and Tourism Economies: Stereotypes, Sustainability and Inclusion in British Columbia’s Hunting Industries.” Sport History Review 50, 1, 2019, 93-115.

Leisha Strachan, Tara-Leigh McHugh & Courtney W. Mason. “Understanding Positive Youth Development in Sport Through the Voices of Indigenous Youth.” Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 40, 6, 2018, 1-10.

Courtney W. Mason, Tara-Leigh F. McHugh, Leisha Strachan & Kelsey L. Boule**. “Urban Indigenous Youth Perspectives on Access to Physical Activity Programs in Canada.” Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health 11, 4, 2018, 543-558.

Heather Thompson**, Courtney W. Mason & Michael A. Robidoux. “Hoop-style Greenhouse Gardening in the Wapekeka First Nation as an Extension of Land-Based Food Practices.” Arctic Journal 71, 4, 2018, 387-401.

Josephine Howitt** and Courtney W. Mason. “Ecotourism, Environmental Practices and Sustainability in Rural Costa Rica.” Journal of Rural and Community Development 13, 1 2018, 67-84.

Sonia Wesche, Michael A, Robidoux, Meagan Ann O’Hare** and Courtney W. Mason. “From the Ground Up: Building Indigenous Food Security in the Northwest Territories through Land-Based Programs.” Canadian Food Studies 3, 2 2016, 22-48.

Stephen Adams**, Courtney W. Mason and Michael A. Robidoux. “‘If You Don’t Want to Get Hurt, Don’t Play Hockey’: The Uneasy Efforts of Hockey Injury Prevention in Canada.” Sociology of Sport Journal 32, 3, 2015, 248-265.

Courtney W. Mason. “The Banff Indian Days Tourism Festivals.” Annals of Tourism Research 53, 2015, 77-95.

Courtney W. Mason and Josh Koehli*. “Barriers to Physical Activity for Aboriginal Youth: Implications for Community Health, Policy and Culture.” Pimatisiwin: Journal of Aboriginal and Indigenous Community Health 10, 1, 2012, 97-108.

Courtney W. Mason. “The Buffalo Nations/Luxton Museum: Tourism, Regional Forces and Problematizing Cultural Representations of Aboriginal Peoples in Banff, Canada.” International Journal of Heritage Studies 15, 4, 2009, 351-369.

Courtney W. Mason. “Imagining the Canadian Rocky Mountains: Discourses of Indigeneity, Tourism and Foucault’s Conceptions of Power Relations.” Biopolitica 11, 2, 2009, 83-106.

Courtney W. Mason. “The Construction of Banff as a “Natural” Environment: Sporting Festivals, Tourism and Representations of Aboriginal Peoples.” Journal of Sport History 35, 2, 2008, 221-239.

Courtney W. Mason. “The Glengarry Highland Games, 1948-2003: Problematizing the Role of Tourism, Scottish Cultural Institutions and the Cultivation of Nostalgia in the Production of Identities.” International Journal of Canadian Studies 34, 2007, 13-38.

Courtney W. Mason. “Rethinking the Revival of the Glengarry Highland Games: Modernity, Identity and Tourism in Rural Canada, 1880-1948.” Sport History Review 36, 2, 2005, 130-153.

Refereed Book Chapters

Courtney W. Mason. “Colonial Encounters, Conservation, and Sport Hunting in Banff National Park.” In. Carly Adams (ed.), Sport and Recreation in Canadian History. (Windsor: Human Kinetics, 2019).

Michael A. Robidoux,  Joseph Leblanc and Courtney W. Mason. “Prologue: Conversations with Wawakapewin Elder Simon Frogg.” In. Michael A. Robidoux and Courtney W. Mason (eds.), A Land Not Forgotten: Indigenous Food Security and Land-Based Practices of Northern Ontario. (Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2017).

Courtney W. Mason and Michael A. Robidoux. “Food Security in Rural Canadian Indigenous Communities.” In. Michael A. Robidoux and Courtney W. Mason (eds.), A Land Not Forgotten: Indigenous Food Security and Land-Based Practices of Northern Ontario. (Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2017, 1-15).

Desiree Streit** and Courtney W. Mason. “Traversing the Terrain of Land-Based Education and Health for First Nations Youth: Connecting Theory to Practical Program Development.” In. Michael A. Robidoux and Courtney W. Mason (eds.), A Land Not Forgotten: Indigenous Food Security and Land-Based Practices of Northern Ontario. (Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2017, 85-123).

Courtney W. Mason and Michael A. Robidoux. “Restoring Local Food Systems: A Call to Action.” In. Michael A. Robidoux and Courtney W. Mason (eds.), A Land Not Forgotten: Indigenous Food Security and Land-Based Practices of Northern Ontario. (Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2017, 146-157).

John Hull and Courtney W. Mason. “Understanding the Links Between Wellness and Indigenous Tourism in Western Canada: Critical Sites of Cultural Exchange.” In. Laszlo Puczko and Melanie Kay Smith (eds.), Handbook of Health Tourism. (London: Routledge, 2017, 220-252).

Pirkko Markula and Courtney W. Mason. “Doing Foucauldian Sport History.” In. Murray Phillips and Richard Pringle (eds.), Examining Sport Histories: Power, Paradigms and Reflexivity (West Virginia: FIT Publishers, 2013, 193-224).

Courtney W. Mason. “Consuming the Physical and Cultural Practices of Aboriginal Peoples: Spaces of Exchange, Conflict and (Post)colonial Power Relations,” In. John Hughson, Clive Palmer and Fiona Skillen (eds.), The Role of Sports in the Formation of Personal Identities: Studies in Community Loyalties (London: Edwin Mellen Press, 2012, 57-81).

Courtney W. Mason. “The Aboriginal Sporting Mascot Issue,” In. John R. Nauright (eds.), Sports Around the World: History, Culture and Practice.” (Oxford: ABC-CLIO, 2012, 161-163).

Courtney W. Mason. “The Bridge to Change: Apartheid Policy, South African Sport and the Olympic Boycott Paradigm,” In Stephen R. Wenn and Gerald P. Schaus (eds.), Onward to the Olympics: Historical Perspectives on the Olympic Games (Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2006: 285-297).

Recent Media Coverage

Courtney W. Mason. “Indigenous protected areas are the next generation of conservation.” Conversation Canada, November 28, 2018.

Courtney W. Mason. “Indigenous protected areas are the next generation of conservation.” National Post. November 29, 2018.

Courtney W. Mason. “Indigenous protected areas are the next generation of conservation.”  Nation Talk, November 30, 2018.

Interview with Andy McGlashen, The National Audubon Society. “Indigenous Protected Areas in Canada: Impacts on Protected Species.” December 5, 2018.

Interview with Bojan Furst for Rural Routes Podcast. “Displacement of Indigenous Peoples in Parks and Protected Areas.” September 14, 2017.

Interview with the Gordon Foundation (Mieke Coppes). “Northern Food Policy Hackathon.” September 13, 2017.

Interview with the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada. “Food Security and School Programs in Rural Indigenous Communities.” July 6, 2016.

– Interview with Andy Riga, Montréal Gazette. June 4th 2016

Andy Riga. “Montreal Olympics flashback: Boycott targeted New Zealand, South Africa.” Montréal Gazette. July18, 2016, 23.

Andy Riga. “Montréal Olympics: African Boycott of 1976 Games ‘Changed the World.’” Montréal Gazette. July19, 2016, 27.

– Interview with: Kamloops This Week. “New Research Chair at TRU.” February 10, 2016.

– Interview with: Kamloopscity.com. “Canada Research Chair Awarded in Tourism.” February 10, 2016.

Published Reviews of Work

Willow, Anna J. Review of: “Spirits of the Rockies: Reasserting an Indigenous Presence in Banff National Park. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Canadian Journal of History 51, 3 (2016): 627-629.

Poirier, Claire. Review of: “Spirits of the Rockies: Reasserting an Indigenous Presence in Banff National Park. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Antropologica 58, 2 (2016): 58-59.

Brugger, Andreas. Review of: “Spirits of the Rockies: Reasserting an Indigenous Presence in Banff National Park. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Journal of Sport History 43, 2 (2016): 241-242.

Victoria Paraschak. Review of: “Spirits of the Rockies: Reasserting an Indigenous Presence in Banff National Park. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Sport in Society 19, 5: 2016.

Jon Clapperton. Review of: “Spirits of the Rockies: Reasserting an Indigenous Presence in Banff National Park. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. BC Studies 189: 2016.

Ted Binemma. Review of: “Spirits of the Rockies: Reasserting an Indigenous Presence in Banff National Park. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Canadian Journal of Native Studies 35, 1 2015: 182-183.

Tim Alan Garrison. Review of: “Spirits of the Rockies: Reasserting an Indigenous Presence in Banff National Park. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 106, 2 (Spring 2015): 95.  

Mica Jorgenson. Review of: “Spirits of the Rockies: Reasserting an Indigenous Presence in Banff National Park. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. The Canadian Historical Review 96, 2, June 2015: 303-304.

Nelle Oosterom. Review of: “Spirits of the Rockies: Reasserting an Indigenous Presence in Banff National Park. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Canada’s History, March 2015.

Rob Alexander. “Spirits Captures Nakoda Sense of Home.” Rocky Mountain Outlook, February 26, 2015, 13.

Michelle Ferguson. “Stoney-Nakoda were the Lifeblood of Non-fiction Book on Banff.” Banff Crag and Canyon,  January 19, 2015, 9.