Articles and Book Chapters

Beaulieu, Michel S. and Jenna L. Kirker. "On the Highway of Destiny: The Continued and Contested Evolution of the City of Thunder Bay, Ontario." In Twin Cities: Borders, Urban Communities and Relationships over Time. In progress.

Beaulieu, Michel S. “'But there is another source of liberty and vitality in our country:'  Louis St-Laurent and Regional Development."  In The Unexpected Louis St-Laurent: Politics and Policies for a Modern Canada, edited by Patrice Dutil. Vancouver: UBC Press. forthcoming November 2020.

de Ruiter, Brian and Michel S. Beaulieu with special thanks to Erno Rossi. “Outside the Barbed Wire Fence: Oral History and German POWs in Wainfleet Township.” Findings|Trouvailles (April 2020). https://champlainsociety.utpjournals.press/findings-trouvailles/2020/04/outside-the-barbed-wire-fence?

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 Left Transnationalism: The Comintern and the National, Colonial and Racial Questions, edited by Oleska Drachewych and Ian McKay, 337-359. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2020. DOI: 10.2307/j.ctvt6rn2c.18

Lemelin, Raynald Harvey, Michel S. Beaulieu, and David Ratz. "'Everything Changed!' - The Ramification of the Second World War on the Canadian North." Journal of Tourism Futures 5, no. 4 (2019): 83-90. https://doi.org/10.1108/JTF-01-2019-0005

Blanchard, David and Michel S. Beaulieu. "The Kimberly-Clark Corporation and Terrace Bay." Thunder Bay Historical Museum Society Papers & Records 47 (2019): 107-120.

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. 

Editor of a series of personal accounts from the collection of the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21. 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, 72-84. Helsinki: Suomi-Kanada-seura/Finnish-Canadian Society and Embassy of Canada to Finland, 2017.

Beaulieu, Michel S. "Dorothea Mitchell." In Women Film Pioneers Project, edited by Jane Gaines, Radha Vatsal, and Monica Dall’Asta. New York, NY: Columbia University Libraries, 2016.  <https://doi.org/10.7916/d8-p9gn-4h05

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., 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.

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.

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 Archaeological 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. “Early Filmmaking at the Lakehead, 1911-1931.” Thunder Bay Historical Museum Society Papers & Records 33 (2005): 42-64.

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. "“'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. “In Public Demand: Early Theatre in Fort William’s Town Hall, 1892-1903.” Thunder Bay Historical Museum Society Papers & Records 31 (2003): 3-20.