Refereed publications  

Chapters in books, scholarly articles in press

Rose Fine-Meyer and K. Llewellyn, Women Rarely Worthy Of Study  (Special Issue of Historical Studies in Education / Édition spéciale de la Revue d’histoire de l’éducation ( Education and the Making of Canada, Taking Stock of Research in the History of Education, Vol. 30, No. 1 (Spring, 2018)
Rose Fine-Meyer and C. Duquette, “Gaining Nationhood at Courcelette and Mons: A comparative analysis of images found in Ontario and Quebec History Textbook, 1920 to 1948, ” Historical Studies in Education/Revue d’histoire de l’éducation Vol.29, No.2 (Autumn 2017)

Historical Studies in Education / Revue d’histoire de l’éducation

“A reward for working in the fields and factories:” Canadian Women’s Suffrage Movement as portrayed in Ontario Texts, “1916 – 2016  A World of Changes: The Right to Vote, The Right to Fight, The Right to Care” (ACS-AEC, Canadian Issues, Fall, 2016)

“Educational Feminist Reformers: Created Pedagogical Change to Curriculum in Toronto Schools through Inclusive Content,” in Sharon Cook, Janice Wallace, Dawn Wallin, eds, Feminism in Canadian Education:  Paradoxes, Places and Spaces   (McGill-Queen’s Press, forthcoming, 2018)

In the “spirit of courage and sacrifice”: Shaping collective memories in school history textbooks in Ontario, Canada 1921-2001,” in E.Fuchs and E. Roldán Vera, ed., Textbooks, War and Education (working title, Palgrave/ Macmillan, forthcoming)

““The good teacher is a revolutionary”: Alternative War Perspectives in Toronto Classrooms, 1960s-1990s, in C.Gidney and L.Campbell, eds., Worth Fighting For: Canada’s Tradition of War-Resistance from 1812 to the War on Terror (Toronto: Between the Lines Press, March, 2015)

Guest Editor, Journal on Women and Education in Ontario, Ontario History Journal (Toronto: OHS), Vol. 107, No. 1 Spring 2015 [soon to be posted on:

“Engendering Power and Legitimation: Giving Teachers the Tools to Claim a Place for History Education in their Schools” in R. Sandwell and A.von Heyking, eds., Becoming a History Teacher in Canada: Sustaining Practices in Historical Thinking (Toronto: U ofT Press, 2014)

Bascia, Carr-Harris, Rose Fine Meyer, Maton & Zurzolo, “Teachers, Curriculum Innovation and Policy Formation,” Curriculum Inquiry 44:2 (March 2014): 228-248.

“The Ontario Women’s History Network: Linking Teachers, Scholars, and History Communities in C.Carstairs and N.Janovicek, eds., Feminist History in Canada: New Essays on Women, Gender, Work, and Nation (Van.UBC Press, 2013) introduction:

“Teaching War in the History Classroom: Challenging Dominant Narratives” Antistasis. vol. 3, no.1, 2013 (