Other important publications
Witness to Loss: Race, Culpability, and Memory in the Dispossession of Japanese Canadians (McGill Queens University Press, 2017), with Pamela Sugiman.
Staying Italian: Urban Change and Ethnic Life in Postwar Toronto and Philadelphia (University of Chicago Press, 2009).
Articles and chapters:
“Impermanent Apologies: on the Dynamics of Timing and Public Knowledge in Political Apology", Human Rights Review with Matt James & the Landscapes of Injustice Research Collective Hum Rights Rev (2018).
“The Unfaithful Custodian: Glenn McPherson and the Dispossession of Japanese Canadians,” Journal of American Ethnic History (summer 2018), with Will Archibald and the Landscapes of Injustice Research Collective.
“Promises of Law: The Unlawful Dispossession of Japanese Canadians,” Osgoode Hall Law Journal 54, 3 (2017), with Eric Adams and the Landscapes of Injustice Research Collective.
“‘My Land is worth a million dollars’: How Japanese Canadians contested their dispossession in the 1940s” Law and History Review 35, 3 (2017), with Nicholas Blomley and the Landscapes of Injustice Research Collective.
“Suspect Properties: The Vancouver Origins of the Forced Sale of Japanese-Canadian-owned Property, WWII" Journal of Planning History 15, 4 (2016), 271-289, with the Landscapes of Injustice Research Collective.
“Choreographies of Urban Life: Mapping the Social History of the City,” in Nicholas Kenny and Rebecca Madgin eds., Cities Beyond Borders: Global Comparative and Transnational Approaches to History (Farnham: Ashgate, 2015), 61-78.
“Telling a Difficult Past: Kishizo Kimura’s Memoir of Entanglement in Racist Policy,” BC Studies, 181 (Spring 2014), 39-62.
Hildy S. Ross, "Placing the Poor: The Ecology of Poverty in Postwar Urban Canada", Journal of Canadian Studies/Revue d'études canadiennes 46, 1 (2012), 213-240.
"Municipal Colonialism in Vancouver: City Planning and the Conflict over Indian Reserves, 1928-1950s," Canadian Historical Review 89, 4 (2008), 541-580.
"Neither Fight nor Flight: Urban Synagogues in Postwar Philadelphia," Journal of Urban History 32, 6 (2006), 791-812.
“Falling Far From the Tree: Transitions to Adulthood and the Social History of Twentieth-Century America” Social Science History 29, 4 (2005), 625-648, with Christina Collins and Marc J. Stern.
“A Political Apology is Just a Beginning,” with Matt James Globe and Mail, December 1, 2017.
“A Cautionary Tale from Canada’s Past,” The Toronto Star, November 22, 2017
“Remembering promises – lessons from 75th anniversary of dispossession of Japanese Canadians” Vancouver Sun, 26 March 2017, with Eric Adams (also carried in the Calgary Herald, the Edmonton Journal, and the Montreal Gazette).
"Lessons from the Japanese Canadian Internments: Policies built on fear won't make us safer,” Globe and Mail, 19 January, 2016, with Eric Adams and Laura Madokoro.
"Attack on niqab a backward step for Canada”, Victoria Times-Colonist, 8 October 2015, with Lynne Marks.
“Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives, the Impermanent Apologies Approach, and the Politics of Political Apologies” C4EJournal, with Matt James (2017).
“Not At All Prepared for the Winter”: A Family Narrative of Dispossession, Findings/Trouvailles, June 2016, with Ariel Merriam and the Landscapes of Injustice Research Collective.
“Japanese Canadians in the Second World War” in John Belshaw ed (2016) Canadian History: Post-Confederation (Open Textbook BC), with Pamela Sugiman and the Landscapes of Injustice Research Collective
"Can the history of veiled women inform an ugly election campaign in Canada? Reflections of students and faculty" with Lynne Marks and the students of HSTR 509 (Graduate Seminar in Public History Class), History Workshop Online, October 18, 2015.