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2018. Keith Thor Carlson*, John Lutz, David Schaepe, and Sonny McHalsie eds., Towards a New Ethnohistory: Community-engaged Scholarship History Among The People of the River,” (Winnipeg Manitoba, University of Winnipeg Press, 2018).


2006. Keith Thor Carlson*, Kristina Fagan, eds., Second edition of Henry Pennier’s “Call Me Hank”: A Stó:lõ Man’s Reflections on Logging, Living, and Growing Old. (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2006). (Together Prof. Fagan and I contributed a 42 page scholarly introduction, explanatory endnotes, two appendices, a glossary, a map, illustrations, and two technical diagrams).

2011. Keith Thor Carlson*, Kristina Fagan and Natalia Khanenko-Friesen, eds., Orality and Literacy: Reflections across Disciplines,(University of Toronto Press, 2011.)

2001. Keith Thor Carlson*, Sonny McHalsie, David Schaepe, eds., A Stó:lô-Coast Salish Historical Atlas. (Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre; Seattle: University of Washington Press; Chilliwack, B.C.: Stó:lô Heritage Trust, 2001), 198pp.

1997.  Keith Thor Carlson, ed., You Are Asked To Witness: The Stó:lô in Canada’s Pacific Coast History. Chilliwack, B.C.: Stó:lô Heritage Trust, 1997, 210pp. (Editor and senior author. I authored or co-authored 7 of the book’s chapters).

More Edited Books:

2015. Keith Thor Carlson and Katie LaBelle, eds., Since Skyscrapers: New Histories of Native-Newcomer Relations in Honour of the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of J.R. Miller’s Skyscrapers Hide the Heavens, A special edition of The Canadian Journal of History / Annales Canadiennes D’Histoire, 50.3, 2015.

2012. Keith Thor Carlson, ed., Folklore. Guest editor of a special edition of the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society’s journal. Folklore, Winter 2012.  (These are works of original research and writing by the top 13 of the 127 undergraduates in my Hist152.3 class.)

2012. Keith Thor Carlson*, and Jon Clapperton, eds., “Provincial and Local Parks in Global Perspective,” a special edition of the British journal Environment and History. Guest editor, with Jon Clapperton. The special edition contains 10 articles by international scholars that originally emerged from a special symposium hosted at the UofS in 2010.

2009. Keith Thor Carlson, ed., “Métis History of N.W. Saskatchewan,” Saskatchewan History,Volume 61, No. 2, Fall 2009. (Guest Editor.  This special edition contained peer-reviewed articles by several of my graduate students)

2009. Keith Thor Carlson*, John Lutz and Dave Schaepe, eds., Through Students' Eyes: Selected Papers from the Stó:lō Ethnohistory Field School. (This special issue of the peer reviewed online journal Research Review Vol. 2, Issue 2, {} highlights the best contributions of UofS and UVic graduate students participating in the Ethnohistory Fieldschool, 1996-2007.)

*Book covers shown do not actually represent the complete look of the book.

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