ES 481A (Summer 2005) Reading List:
* indicates a copy of the reading is on reserve at McPherson Library and also available for informal loan (self-serve sign out) from ES.
SET 1: Completion date for required readings is prior to May 9
1. Clayoquot Alliance for Research, Education and Training (CLARET) website: http://www.clayoquotalliance.uvic.ca/
Reading objectives : to become familiar with CLARET as a community-university partnership (who is involved, what is the purpose/scope, what has been achieved); to become familiar with the types of resources available on this website.
* 2. Clayoquot Alliance for Research, Education and Training, 2003. “Standard of Conduct for Research in the Barkley and Clayoquot Sound Communities.” Version 1.0. Document developed through the Protocols Project of the Clayoquot Alliance for Research, Education and Training. University of Victoria. Available at http://www.clayoquotalliance.uvic.ca/ (scroll down page) or at http://www.clayoquotalliance.uvic.ca/PDFs/CLARETStdConV1Jun03.pdf
Reading objectives : to understand community expectations for our field trip to the Clayoquot Sound region; to use as a basis for developing criteria for course projects.
* 3. Shaw, Karena 2002. “ Encountering Clayoquot, Reading the Political.” In A Political Space: Reading the Global through Clayoquot Sound, Warren Magnusson and Karena Shaw (eds). University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis/McGill-Queen’s University Press, Montreal. pp. 25-66. Book available at McPherson library. Copies of chapter are on reserve for ES481A.
Reading objectives : to become familiar with historical context and sociopolitical issues in Clayoquot Sound.
Horsfield, Margaret, 1999 . Cougar Annie's Garden. Salal Books, Nanaimo. [note: we will visit Cougar Annie’s Garden]
* Drengson, Alan and Duncan Taylor 1997. “Introduction: An overview of Ecoforestry.” In Ecoforestry: The Art and Science of Sustainable Forest Use. New Society Publishers, Gabriola Island. Pp.17-33. [offers a brief recount of the Clayoquot logging protest in August 1993 where 800 people were arrested; discusses the underlying “ecological versus economic” debate and explores the Scientific Panel recommendations in terms of deep ecology]
* Atleo, Richard (UMEEK of Ahousaht ) 2003 . “ Commentary: Discourses in and about Clayoquot Sound: A First Nations Perspective.” In A Political Space: Reading the Global through Clayoquot Sound, Warren Magnusson and Karena Shaw (eds.). University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis/ McGill-Queen’s University Press, Montreal. pp. 199-208.
[offers a Nuu-chah-nulth perspective and worldview on local First Nation issues (Dr. Atleo is a hereditary chief of Ahousaht)]
Additional resources on Clayoquot Sound (optional)
Political Space: Reading the Global Through Clayoquot Sound
[shows a map of region (we will visit areas around Tofino, Ahoushat and Hesquiaht/Hot Springs Cove); gives a sense of academic discourse on the politics of the region (see excerpts linked to http://web.uvic.ca/clayoquot/aPoliticalSpace.html); provides resources that may be useful for course projects (see Clayoquot Documents, Clayoquot Archive, which is now hosted by the Clayoquot Biosphere Trust at http://www.clayoquotbiosphere.org/, and Clayoquot Workshop).]
* Atleo, Richard (UMEEK of Ahousaht ) 2004. Tsawalk: A Nuu-chah-nulth Worldview . UBC Press, Vancouver. (see especially pp xi-xx and pp. 117-134.)
Clayoquot Sound Scientific Panel Reports
David Pitt-Brooke, 2004 . A Wilderness Almanac: Chasing Clayoquot. Raincoast Books, Vancouver. [note: this is a local author]
* Dobell, A. R. and M. Bunton, 2001 . Sound Governance: The Emergence of Collaborative Networks and New Institutions in the Clayoquot Sound Region. Background paper for Clayoquot Sound Regional Workshop. http://www.clayoquotalliance.uvic.ca/PDFs/SOUND_GOV_2.pdf
Jacqueline Windh, 2004 . The Wild Edge: Clayoquot, Long Beach and Barclay Sound. Harbour Publishing, Madeira Park, BC. [note: this is a local author]
* Warren Magnusson and Karena Shaw (eds.), 2003 . A Political Space: Reading the Global through Clayoquot Sound. University of Minnesota Press. [this is the book referred to in required reading #3]
SET 2: Completion date for required readings is May 26
* 1. Fischer, Frank 2000.Citizens, Experts and the Environment: The Politics of Local Knowledge. Duke University Press, Durham. Pp. 170-192.
* 2. Law, Mary, 1997 . “Changing Disabling Environments through Participatory Action Research: A Canadian Experience. In Nurtured by Knowledge Susan Smith, Dennis Willms and Nancy Johnson (eds.). The Apex Press, New York. Pp. 34-58.
* 3. Harris, Carol and Darlene Clover, forthcoming . Agency,isolation and the coming of new technologies: Exploring ‘dependency’ in coastal communities of Newfoundland through participatory research. Alberta Journal of Education, 51, 1.
* 4. Kurelek, C. 1992. Anthropological Participatory Research among the Innu of Labrador. Native Studies Review 8. No 2: 75-97.
* St. Denis, V. 1992. Community-Based Participatory Research: Aspects of the Concept Relevant for Practice. Native Studies Review 8. No 2: 51-74.
* Macaulay, Ann and Laura Commanda 1999. Participatory research maximizes community and lay involvement. British Medical Journal 319: 774-778.
SET 3: Completion date for required readings is May 30
* 1. Green, L.W., M. A. George, M. Daniel, C. J. Frankish, C.P. Herbert, W.R Bowie, and M. O’Neil, 1997 . Background on Participatory Research. In Doing Community-Based Research: A Reader. The Loka Institute, Amherst/The Community Partnership Centre, Knoxville. Pp. 53-66.
* 2. Marullo, S. and B. Edwards, 2000. From Charity to Justice: The Potential of University-Community Collaboration for Social Change. American Behavioral Scientist Vol 43. No 5: 895-912.
* 3. Checkoway, B., 1997 . Reinventing the Research University for Public Service. Journal of Planning Literature Vol 11. No 3: 307-319.
* Ansley, F., and J. Gaventa, 1997 . Researching for Democracy and Democratizing Research. In Doing Community-Based Research: A Reader. The Loka Institute, Amherst/The Community Partnership Centre, Knoxville. Pp. 103-110.
Berardi, Gigi 2002. Commentary on the challenge to change: Participatory research and professional realities.Society and Natural Resources. 15: 847-852. Available at http://www.ac.wwu.edu/~gberardi/commentary_on_challenge_to_change.htm
* Jørgensen, Michael and Merete Hende 2002. The impact of science shops on university curricula and research. Prepublication draft document for oral presentation at the conference of the European Association for the Study of Science and Technology, York.
SET 4: Completion date for required readings is June 1
* 1.Vodden, Kelly and Kelly Bannister forthcoming. “Circularising Knowledge Flows: Institutional structures, policies and practices for community-university collaborations.” In John Lutz and Barbara Neis’s (eds) Making and Moving Knowledge. McGill-Queens University Press.
* 2. Bannister, Kelly 2005. Building Healthy Communities: The Role of Community-based Research . Backgrounder prepared for a UVic forum on community-based research sponsored by the Office of Vice-President Research. April 23, 2005, University of Victoria. Available online at http://www.research.uvic.ca/CBRF/
* 3. Hall, Budd 2005. “Challenging the Architecture of Knowledge: Building the Scholarship of Engagement.” In Kelly Bannister’s (ed) Building Healthy Communities: The Role of Community-based Research. Proceedings from the University of Victoria Forum held on April 23, 2005, Victoria. Available online at www.research.uvic.ca/CBRF/
* Taylor, Betsy 2001. A Place-based University? The Land Grant Mission in the 21st Century. Practicing Anthropology 23(2): 24-26.