“Indigenous Histories of Tuberculosis, 1930-1970” has made significant progress in terms of disseminating research findings. Mary Jane Logan McCallum and Scott de Groot have delivered papers at academic conferences, published in scholarly journals, and communicated through community forums. Below is a partial list of dissemination and scholarly activities.
Peer Reviewed Publications by Mary Jane Logan McCallum
“Starvation, Experimentation, Segregation and Trauma: Words for Reading Indigenous Health History,” Canadian Historical Review, 28:1 (March 2017): 96-113. URL: http://www.utpjournals.press/doi/abs/10.3138/chr.98.1.McCallum
“Laws, Codes and Informal Practices: Building Ethical Historical Procedures for Research with Indigenous Medical Records” in Routledge Handbook on Methods and Sources in Indigenous Studies eds. Jeani O’Brien and Chris Andersen (London: Routledge, 2016): 274-85.
“Foreword,” A National Crime: The Canadian Government and the Residential School System by John S. Milloy (Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2017).
Forthcoming Publications and Papers
Brian Sinclair Working Group, Dying to be Seen: Racism and its Denial in the Brian Sinclair Death and Inquest, Expected Report Release Date, September 2017.
Mary Jane Logan McCallum, “‘History’ in the Brian Sinclair Inquest, Testimony and Report,” MOMS Conference, University of Winnipeg, September 2017
Scott de Groot, “‘Replate in Six Months if Alive’: Travelling TB Clinics and Settler Colonial Affect,” MOMS Conference, University of Winnipeg, September 2017
Mary Jane Logan McCallum and Scott de Groot, “‘Physician–Teacher–Historian–Naturalist–Artist’: Physician History Writing and Indigenous Healthcare in Canada,” in preparation
Invited Lectures and Presentations by Mary Jane Logan McCallum
“Indigenous Histories of TB in Manitoba, 1930-1970: Surveys, Hospitals, Rehabilitation,” Camsell Hospital Research Symposium, Edmonton, Alberta, April 1, 2016.
“Colonial Histories of Occupational and Rehabilitation Therapy,” College of Rehabilitation Sciences, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Manitoba, March 17, 2016
“Indigenous TB Histories,” Promising Practices in Tuberculosis, First Nations Health and Social Secretariat of Manitoba Partners for Engagement and Knowledge Exchange Webinar, May 29, 2015.
“Indigenous Health and Medical History,” McMaster University Medical School, February 6 2015.
Refereed Presentations by Mary Jane Logan McCallum (unless otherwise noted)
“Framings of History in the Brian Sinclair Death and Inquest,” Roundtable, Indigenous Health Research: Historical and Critical Analyses, Native American and Indigenous Studies Association Annual Meeting, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, June 23, 2017.
Scott de Groot, “Healthcare and the Logic of Elimination: ‘Indian TB’ Management in Twentieth Century Manitoba,” Roundtable, Indigenous Health Research: Historical and Critical Analyses, Native American and Indigenous Studies Association Annual Meeting, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, June 23, 2017.
“Indian Rehabilitation” and Rehabilitation Specialists at Manitoba Tuberculosis Sanatoriums, 1950-1970,” Berkshire Conference on the History of Women, Hofstra University, New York, June 3, 2017.
Mary Jane Logan McCallum and Scott de Groot, “Physician-Teacher-Historian-Naturalist-Artist’: Physician Amateur Historians and the History of Indigenous Health and Health Care in Canada,” Annual meeting of the Canadian Historical Association Ryerson University Ontario May 29, 2017.
“P.E. Moore: Stories from Behind the Desk at Indian Health Services Headquarters,” Canadian Historical Association Conference, Calgary, Alberta, June, 2016.
“Rethinking History in Indigenous Health Research in Manitoba,” Native American and Indigenous Studies Association Conference, Honolulu Hawaii, May 2016.
“Race, Health and the University of Manitoba,” Indigenous Health Research Symposium, University of Manitoba, November 25, 2015.
“Craftwork, Rehabilitation, and Resistance in Manitoba Indian Tuberculosis Hospitals, 1950-1965” Western Canadian Studies Conference, Winnipeg, Manitoba, November 6, 2015.
“Race, Rehab and Recovery in Manitoba, 1950-1960,” Manitoba-Ontario-Minnesota-Saskatchewan Medical History Association Conference, North Bay, Ontario, October 3, 2015.
“Historical Perspectives on Indigenous Children in Manitoba Tuberculosis Sanatoria, 1940-1960,” Native American and Indigenous Studies Association Conference, Washington DC, June 2015.
“Indigenous Histories of Tuberculosis in Manitoba,” The International Network of Indigenous Health Knowledge and Development (INIHKD) 2014-NEAHR 2014, Winnipeg, October 5-10, 2014.
“‘Indian Rehabilitation’ in Manitoba Tuberculosis Sanatoria, 1940-1965,” Native American and Indigenous Studies Association Annual Meeting, University of Saskatchewan June 13-15, 2013.
“Engaging with Indigenous Health Historical Archives: Some Challenges,” 2nd Annual First Nations, Métis and Inuit Health Research Symposium, February 28 and March 1, 2013.
“Privacy, Ethics and the Public Record in Aboriginal health Historical Research,” at Health, History and Justice, the 3rd Bi-Annual Manitoba-Northwest Ontario-Minnesota-Saskatchewan (MOMS) History of Medicine Conference, University of Winnipeg, September, 2012.
Mary Jane Logan McCallum and Scott de Groot, “Indigenous Histories of Tuberculosis in Manitoba,” public lecture, Gaynor Family Regional Library, Selkirk, Manitoba, January 2017
Mary Jane Logan McCallum and Scott de Groot, “Indigenous Histories of Tuberculosis in Manitoba,” Grassroots News: Manitoba’s Leading Aboriginal Newspaper, 7 December 2016.
Various interviews published in the Winnipeg Free Press, Brandon Sun, Selkirk Journal, and Nunavut News / North.