Curriculum Vitae

Publications

Articles

Dumonceaux, Scott (2020). “Sir John A. Macdonald: National Hero or Architect of Genocide?” Uncomfortable Oxford ‘On Statues’ Series, 17 August 2020.

Dumonceaux, Scott (2020). “Protecting the Yukon from American Lawlessness?: The North-West Mounted Police on the Chilkoot and White Passes during the Klondike Gold Rush.” Chinook Country Historical Society Newsletter, July 2020.

Academic Articles

Dumonceaux, Scott (2016). “‘All Occurrences Within or Without the District:’ The North- West Mounted Police, the Canadian Government, and the Order of the Midnight Sun’s plot to Take Over the Yukon.” Northern Review 43 (2016): 191-217.

Reports

Dumonceaux, Scott (2012). “Traditional Tla’amin Leadership.” Paper for the Tla’amin First Nation. Completed as part of the University of Saskatchewan, Simon Fraser University, Tla’amin Ethnohistory/Archaeology Field School, 2012.

Teaching and Learning Materials

Dumonceaux, Scott (2017). “Document/Article Analysis Rubric.” Grading rubric for History 213. Instructor: Brad Rennie, University of Calgary.

Dumonceaux, Scott (2017). “Essay Grading Rubric.” Grading rubric for Canadian Studies 355, History 213. Instructor: Kevin Anderson, University of Calgary.

Dumonceaux, Scott (2015). ““We won the war in Vietnam but we lost the peace:” The United States and the End of the Vietnam War, 1973-1975.” Sample Essay and Template for Canadian Studies 201 and History 340. Instructor: Dr. PJ Stortz, University of Calgary.

Dumonceaux, Scott (2013). “The Hudson’s Bay Company’s Inland Transportation System.” Sample Essay for History 303. Instructor: George Colpitts, University of Calgary.

Dumonceaux, Scott (2011). “The Hudson’s Bay Company’s Inland Transportation System.” Sample Essay for History 151. Instructor: Amanda Fehr, University of Saskatchewan.

Teaching Experience

Sessional Instructor, History 337: Twentieth Century Canada (Fall 2019), University of Calgary.

Sessional Instructor, History 213: Canada Since 1867 (Winter 2018), University of Calgary.

Sessional Instructor, History 337: Twentieth Century Canada (Spring 2016), University of Calgary.

Events

Organizer, Annual Chiniki Lecture in First Nations History, 2016-2020

Founder and Organizer, Bow River Graduate History Conference, 2015-2016