Publications

Books:

Journal Issues:

Book Chapters and Journal Articles:

  • Beaulieu, Michel S. “'But there is another source of liberty and vitality in our country:'  Louis St. Laurent, Canada’s Last “Big Vision” Prime Minister” (tenative title). In progress.
  • Beaulieu, Michel S. "'I have found the people of Western Canada brimming over with energy and confidence': Louis St. Laurent's 1949 Visit to Fort William and Prince Arthur." In progress.
  • Beaulieu, Michel S. “'It is better to retreat now than be crushed altogether': Questions of Ethnicity and the Communist Party of Canada at the Lakehead." In Transnational Leftism: The Communist International and the National, Colonial, and Racial Questions. Under Review.
  • Beaulieu, Michel S. "The Finnish Canadian Contribution to Early Canadian Socialist Organizations." In Hard Work Conquers All: Building the Finnish Community in Canada, edited by Michel S. Beaulieu, David K. Ratz, and Ronald Harpelle, 29-50. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2018.
  • Beaulieu, Michel S., David K Ratz, and Ronald Harpelle. "Writing About the Finnish Canadian Experience" and "Afterword." In Hard Work Conquers All: Building the Finnish Community in Canada, edited by Michel S. Beaulieu, David K. Ratz, and Ronald Harpelle, 1-28 and 226-229. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2018.
  • Beaulieu, Michel S. "La contribution finlando-canadienne au travail et à la politique au début du vingtième siècle." trans. Madeleine Bernard et Michel S. Beaulieu. In Canada-Finland, Celebrating 2017: "A brave. hospitable, and altogether admirable people," edited by Markku Henriksson, Michel S. Beaulieu, Carmen Pekkarinen, and Mari-Anna Suurmunne, 39-41. Helsinki: Suomi-Kanada-seura/Finnish-Canadian Society and Embassy of Canada to Finland, 2017. 
  • Beaulieu, Michel S. "The Finnish-Canadian Contribution to Labour and Politics in the Early Twentieth Century." In Canada-Finland, Celebrating 2017: "A brave. hospitable, and altogether admirable people," edited by Markku Henriksson, Michel S. Beaulieu, Carmen Pekkarinen, and Mari-Anna Suurmunne, 36-38. Helsinki: Suomi-Kanada-seura/Finnish-Canadian Society and Embassy of Canada to Finland, 2017. 
  • Beaulieu, Michel S.. "Dorothea Mitchell." In Women Film Pioneers Project. Center for Digital Research and Scholarship, ed. Jane Gaines, Radha Vatsal, and Monica Dall’Asta.  New York, NY: Columbia University Libraries, 2013-. Web. 4 August 2016. URL: https://wfpp.cdrs.columbia.edu/pioneer/dorothea-mitchell/
  • Beaulieu, Michel S., David Ratz, and Ernest Robert Zimmermann. "Situating the Red Rock POW Experience." In The Little Third Reich on Lake Superior: A History of Canadian Internment Camp R, by Ernest Robert Zimmermann and completed and edited by Michel S. Beaulieu and David Ratz, xix-xxxiii. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2015.
  • Lemelin, Harvey, Elaine Wiersma, Michel S. Beaulieu, Linda Trapper, Donna Ashamock, Kirstine Baccar, and Randy Kapashesit. “Using Photovoice to Document Change in the Canadian North: Expanding Opportunities and Addressing Challenges.” Canadian Journal of Native Studies / Le Revue Canadienne Des Etudes Autochtones 35, no. 2 (2015): 1-16.
  • Beaulieu, Michel S. and Meaghan Malashewski. "Labour at the Lakehead During the First World War." Thunder Bay Historical Museum Society Papers & Records 42 (2014): 86-105.  
  • Beaulieu, Michel S. "A Historic Overview of Policies Effecting Non-Aboriginal Resource Development in Northwestern Ontario, 1900-1990." In Governance in Northern Ontario: Economic Development and Policy Making, edited by Charles Conteh and Robert Segsworth, 94-114. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2013.
  • Beaulieu, Michel S. "Spittoon Philosophers or Radical Revolutionaries? The Canadian Administration of the Industrial Workers of the World, 1932-35." Ontario History 105, no. 2 (Autumn 2013): 183-211.
  • Lemelin, Raynald Harvey and Michel S. Beaulieu. "The Technological Imperative of the Cree: Examining Adaptability and Livelihood in Northern Ontario, Canada." Journal of Northern Studies 7, no. 1 (2013): 31-47.
  • Lemelin, R. H., Wiersma, E., Trapper, L., Beaulieu, M.,Kapashesit, R., and Dowsley, M. “A Dialogue and Reflection On Photohistory: Engaging Indigenous Communities in Research through Visual Analysis.” Action Research 11, no. 1 (2013): 92-107. doi:10.1177/1476750313476310
  • Morris, Douglas, Michel S. Beaulieu, Scott Hamilton, David S. Hik, Raynald H. Lemelin, MaryJane M. Moses, Dieter K. Muller, Margaret A. (Peggy) Smith, and John P. Smol. "The Lakehead Manifesto: Principles for Research and Development in the North." Arctic 66, no. 2 (June 2013): iii-iv.
  • Beaulieu, Michel S. and Ronald N. Harpelle. "The Path to Pulp Friction." In Pulp Friction: Communities and the Forest Industry in a Global Perspective, edited by Ronald Harpelle and Michel S. Beaulieu, 1-12. Thunder Bay: Lakehead University Centre for Northern Studies, 2012.
  • Beaulieu, Michel S. “The Lakehead and Canada's First Social Democratic Party: The Search for Socialist Unity." Thunder Bay Historical Museum Society Papers & Records 39 (2011): 29-54.
  • Beaulieu, Michel S. "Lakeheadin yliopistossa mittava aineisto kanadansuomalaisista." Akti: Arkistolaitoksen asiakaslehti 2 (2011): 22-23.
  • Beaulieu, Michel S., Ronald N. Harpelle, and Jaimi Penney. "The Finnish Workers’ Experience at Home and Abroad in Historical Perspective." In Labouring Finns: Transnational Politics in Finland, Canada, and the United States, edited by Michel S. Beaulieu, Ronald N. Harpelle, and Jaimi Penney, 7-13. Turku, Finland: Siirtolaisuusinstituutti [Institute of Migration], 2011.
  • Beaulieu, Michel S. “‘Not that I lov'd Fleas less, but that I lov'd England more.’: Entertainment as Agency in Upper Canada: A Kingston Case Study, 1816-1837.” Ontario History CII, no. 2 (Autumn 2010): 195-216.
  • Lemelin, Raynald Harvey and Michel S. Beaulieu. "The Lore of the Lake: A Call for the (RE)-envisioning the Legends and Myths from Kitchi Gami (Lake Superior)." In Lake Tourism Research: Towards Sustaining Communities and Lake Environments, edited by Norman McIntyre, et al., 27-35. Thunder Bay: Lakehead University Centre for Tourism and Community Development Research, 2010.
  • Beaulieu, Michel S. “Finnish Kanadalainen Sosialismi: Towards an Understanding of Finnish Canadian Socialist Activity, 1900-1939.” Faravid: Historian ja arkeologian tutkimuksen aikakauskirja [Journal of Historical and Archaelogical Studies] 33 (2009): 107-126.
  • Beaulieu, Michel S. "Reacting to the Workers' Revolt: The Lakehead and the Winnipeg General Strike." Left History 14, no. 1 (2009): 8-32.
  • Beaulieu, Michel S. “KUPO for Karl and the Materialist Conception of History.” In Final Fantasy and Philosophy: The Ultimate Walkthrough, edited by Jason Blahuta and Michel S. Beaulieu, 142-150. New York: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009.
  • Degagne, Chelsea, Michel S. Beaulieu, and David Ratz. “PRIMA IN LACUBUS: Over a Century of Naval Activity at the Lakehead.” Thunder Bay Historical Museum Society Papers & Records 37 (2009): 46-59.
  • Beaulieu, Michel S. and Bruce W. Muirhead. “Harry Bryan - A Man of Fanatical Convictions.” In Essays in Northwestern Ontario Working Class History, edited by Michel S. Beaulieu, 53-70. Thunder Bay: Lakehead University Centre for Northern Studies, 2008.
  • Beaulieu, Michel S. "'We did it just for fun': Amateur Filmmaking at the Lakehead, 1929-1930." Ontario History 99, no. 2 (2007): 168-189.
    • Winner of the J.P. Bertrand award for best scholarly article on the history of Northwestern Ontario.
  • Beaulieu, Michel S. “The Best Picture Ever Made in Canada? Thunder Bay Films Limited and The Devil Bear.” Revue Canadienne D’Études Cinématographiques / Canadian Journal of Film Studies 14, no. 2 (Automne 2005): 18-37.
  • Beaulieu, Michel S. "“'Wie es eigentlich gewesen?' Early Film as a Historical Source.” In Bâtir de nouveaux ponts: sources, méthodes et interdicplinarité/ Building New Bridges: Sources, Methods, and Interdisciplinarity, edited by Jeff Keshen and Sylvie Perrier, 249-264. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 2005.
  • Beaulieu, Michel S. “Dorothea Mitchell: a Biographical Sketch." In The Lady Lumberjack: An Annotated Collection of Dorothea Mitchell’s Writings, edited by Michel S. Beaulieu and Ronald Harpelle, ii-xvi. Thunder Bay: Lakehead University Centre for Northern Studies, 2005.
  • Beaulieu, Michel S. “Early Filmmaking at the Lakehead, 1911-1931.” Thunder Bay Historical Museum Society Papers & Records 33 (2005): 42-64.
  • Beaulieu, Michel S. “In Public Demand: Early Theatre in Fort William’s Town Hall, 1892-1903.” Thunder Bay Historical Museum Society Papers & Records 31 (2003): 3-20.

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