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Peer-Reviewed
Manuscript
Cutrara, Samantha. (Forthcoming 2018). Imagining a New "We": Canadian history education for the 21st century. Vancouver: UBC Press.

Articles
---. (2012). Drawn out of History: The representation of women in Chester Brown’s Louis Riel: A comic strip biography. Graphic Novels and History. Rick Iadonisi, Ed. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

---. (2010). Transformative History: The possibilities of Historic Space. Canadian Social Studies, 44(1). From <http://www.educ.ualberta.ca/css/CSS_44_1_REVISED.pdf

---. (2009). To Placate or Provoke: A critical review of the disciplines approach to history curriculum. Journal of the Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies/La revue de l’association canadienne pour l’éude de curriculum, 7(2). From <https://pi.library.yorku.ca/ojs/index.php/jcacs/issue/view/1466/showToc>

Non Peer-Reviewed
Cutrara, Samantha. (2017, March 8). Where have all the Suffragists gone? Deconstructing Children’s History Books. ActiveHistory.ca. From http://activehistory.ca/2017/03/where-have-all-the-suffragists-gone-deconstructing-childrens-history-books/ 

---. (2016, December 8). Deconstructing Children’s History Books: Residential Schools. ActiveHistory.ca. From http://activehistory.ca/2016/12/deconstructing-childrens-history-books-residential-schools/

---. (2015, August 16). Learning Over Teaching: Being a History Education Strategist. Originally published on The History Education Network's blog Teaching the Past: A Blog about Teaching History in Canada. Can be accessed on https://www.samanthacutrara.com/www/blog/learningoverteaching

---. (2015, February 16). Delight in Learning. SamanthaCutrara.com. From http://www.samanthacutrara.com/blog/delightinlearning

--- (2011, June 15). Who is History Education For? Teaching the Past: A Blog about Teaching History in Canada. From https://canadianhistoryeducation.wordpress.com/2011/06/15/who-is-history-education-for/ 

---. (Fall 2008). [Review of the book Theorizing Empowerment: Canadian perspectives on Black Feminist Thought]. Eds. Notisha Massaquoi and Njoki Nathani Wane.  Atlantis: A Women’s Studies Journal, 33(1) [electronic version]. From <http://www.msvu.ca/atlantis/vol/book_reviews/1brindexfalloheight.htm>   

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