Publications 

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

Scholarly Books (Edited)

Michael A. Robidoux., 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

Pate Neumann** and Courtney W. Mason. “Managing Conflict Among Recreational Trail Users: A Sustainability Study of Cross-Country Skiers and Fat Bikers.” Leisure/Loisir (Submitted, November 2017).

Kelsey L. Boule** and Courtney W. Mason. “Ethical Issues in Sport Hunting and Tourism Economies: Stereotypes, Sustainability and Inclusion in British Columbia’s Hunting Industries.” Journal of Sustainable Tourism (Submitted, November 2017).

Josephine Howitt** and Courtney W. Mason. “Ecotourism, Environmental Practices and Sustainability in Rural Costa Rica.” Journal of Rural Development (Accepted, October 2017).

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

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).

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.