Publications

Published

Baker, Janelle M. & Fort McKay Berry Group. 2019 (in press). Cranberries are Medicine: Monitoring, Sharing, and Consuming Cranberries in Fort McKay. In Wisdom Engaged: Traditional Knowledge for Northern Community Well-Being, edited by L.M. Johnson. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press.

Baker, Janelle M. 2018. The Fern that Makes you fat: Access to Traditional Foods in the Canadian Oil Sands. Hektoen International A Journal of Medical Humanities, 10(4).

Baker, Janelle M. & Clinton N. Westman. 2018 Extracting Knowledge: Social Science, Environmental Impact Assessment, and Indigenous Consultation in the Oil Sands of Alberta, Canada. In The Extractive Industries and Society, (5):144-153.

Baker, Janelle M. 2016. Research as Reciprocity: Northern Cree Community-Based and Community-Engaged Research on Wild Food Contamination in Alberta’s Oil Sands Region. Engaged Scholar Journal: Community-Engaged Research, Teaching, and Learning, 2(1):109-123.

Johnson, Leslie Main and Janelle Marie Baker. 2014. Teaching Ethnobiology On-Line at a Canadian Distance Learning University. In Innovative Strategies for Teaching in the Plant Sciences. Cassandra L. Quave, ed. New York: Springer Press.

Wyatt, Stephen and Janelle Marie Baker. 2014. First Nations and Shale Gas in New Brunswick: Partners or Bystanders? Economic and Social Development of First Nations Communities, Aboriginal Rights and Opportunities for Developing Natural Gas from Shale. In Shale Gas in New Brunswick: Towards a Better Understanding. Richard Saillant, ed. Moncton: Canadian Institute for Research on Public Policy and Public Administration.

Baker, Janelle Marie. 2012. Wirikuta, Birthplace of the Sun: A Wixarika (Huichol) Sacred Site. Langscape 2(11): 28-30.

Baker, Janelle Marie. 2005. Makola Market, Cape Coast Castle, Lucy. Anthropology and Humanism (30)1 : 93-94.

Submitted

Baker, Janelle Marie. In Review. Do Berries Listen? Berries as Indicators, Ancestors, and Agents in Canada’s Oil Sands Region. Special Issue: Phytocommunicability and Plant-Human Sociality, Becky Schulties, editor. Ethnos.

Baker, Janelle Marie. Bear Stories in the Berry Patch: Caring for Boreal Forest Cycles of Respect. In Ecology, Ontology, and Settler Colonialism in Canada’s Oil Sands: From political economy to post-human anthropology. Clinton N. Westman, Tara L. Joly, and Lena Gross, editors. Arctic Worlds Series, David Anderson and Rob Losey, editors. New York: Routledge.

Black Elk, Linda & Janelle Marie Baker. From Traplines to Pipelines: Oil Sands and Pollution of Berries and Sacred Lands from Northern Alberta to North Dakota. In Indigenous Peoples’ Land Rights and the Roles of Ethnoecology and Ethnobotany: Strategies for Canada’s Future, edited by N.J. Turner. Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Baker, Janelle Marie, Treena Gladue, and Josie Auger. Monitoring the Land: Consultation and Extraction in Bigstone Cree Nation’s Territory. In Indigenous Stewardship and Alternative Development, Katherine Sinclair and Evodia, Silva editors. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Scott, Colin, Bill Simeone, Robert Wishart and Janelle Baker. Subarctic: Accommodation and Resistance since 1970. In Handbook of the North America Indian Volume 1 – Introduction. Smithsonian Institution.

BOOK REVIEWS

Baker, Janelle Marie. 2015.  Review of Urban Pollution: Cultural Meanings, Social Practices by Eveline Dürr and Rivke Jaffe. Ethnobiology Letters 6(1):114-115.

ONLINE PUBLICATIONS

Baker, Janelle Marie. 2017. In Search of the Toxic Berry Patch. Thematic series: Toxic Bodies. Engagement: A blog published by the Anthropology and Environment Society, a section of the American Anthropological Association. Retrieved: https://aesengagement.wordpress.com/2017/12/12/in-search-of-the-toxic-berry-patch/

Baker, Janelle Marie.2016. Harvesting Ruins: The im/permanence of work camps and reclaiming colonized landscapes in the northern Alberta oil sands. Thematic series: Life on the Frontier: The Environmental Anthropology of Settler Colonialism. Engagement: A blog published by the Anthropology and Environment Society, a section of the American Anthropological Association. https://aesengagement.wordpress.com/2016/10/23/harvesting-ruins-the-impermanence-of-work-camps-and-reclaiming-colonized-landscapes-in-the-northern-alberta-oil-sands/

Baker, Janelle Marie. 2014. Review of Medicinal Plants and the Treatment of the Elderly in Thailand, By Lisa C. Offringa. Dissertation Reviews. http://dissertationreviews.org/archives/9935

Baker, Janelle Marie. 2014.  Our Northern Blind Spot. Huffington Post. https://www.huffingtonpost.ca/janelle-marie-baker/our-northern-blind-spot_b_5826392.html

Baker, Janelle Marie. 2014. The Benefits of Being an Academ-Hick. Huffington Post. The Benefits of Being an Academi-Hick. https://www.huffingtonpost.ca/janelle-marie-baker/academ-hick_b_5002290.html/

Baker, Janelle Marie. 2014. Jokes About Aboriginal Women are not Jokes. Pass it to the Left. https://passittotheleft.org/2014/03/31/jokes-about-aboriginal-women-are-not-jokes/

Baker, Janelle Marie. 2006. Urban Nomads in Edmonton: Moving as a Coping Strategy. A Report Prepared for Boyle Street Community Services. http://homelesshub.ca/resource/urban-nomads-edmonton-moving-coping-strategy/ 

 

 

 

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