Other important publications
Current Book Project:
R.W. Widdis, Neighbours in Paradox: The Evolution of the Canadian-American
Volume One: Beginnings, From Frontiers to Borderlands, 1784-1870 (currently being examined)
Volume Two: Transformations: Configurations and Reconfigurations during the Transition from Modernity to Post-Modernity (currently being edited).
R.W. Widdis, ed., History and the Canada-United States Border: Insights and Approaches (forthcoming University of Ottawa Press, 2019).
R.W. Widdis, ed., The Prairies and Northern Great Plains Borderland: Themes and Issues from the Interior of North America (forthcoming University of Ottawa Press, 2019).
Chapters in Refereed Books:
V. Konrad, J. Laine, I. Liikanen, J. Scott, and R. Widdis, “The Language of Borders,” in S. Brunn, ed. The Geography of Language (forthcoming 2018).
R.W. Widdis, “The Spatial Grammar of Migration Within the Canadian-American Borderlands at the Turn of the Twentieth Century,”in B. Bryce and A. Freund, eds., Entangling North America: Space and Migration History (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2015), 61-96.
Articles in Refereed Journals:
R.W. Widdis, “Railroads and Borderland Spaces: The Canada-U.S. Case,” The Canadian Geographer (forthcoming 2019).
R.W. Widdis, “Greater New England as Cultural Borderland: A Critical Appraisal,” Acadiensis XLVI, 1 (2017): 97-121.
R.W. Widdis, “Crossing an Intellectual and Geographical Border: The Importance of Migration in Shaping the Canadian-American Borderlands at the Turn of the Twentieth Century,” Social Science History 34, 4 (2010), 445-497.