Elizabeth Jewett

Adjunct professor

Elizabeth Jewett

Contact Information

E-mail
ejewett@mta.ca
Phone
(506) 364-2559
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Elizabeth (Beth) Jewett teaches in Canadian Studies. Her areas of expertise include Canadian history, environmental history, and sport history. Dr. Jewett’s current publications revolve around her two ongoing research projects: the history of golf course landscapes in Canada and the history of the maple syrup industry in Canada.

Teaching

Current Teaching in Canadian Studies

  • Indigenous Canada (CANA3111)
  • Representing Canada (CANA-1011) Team taught - tutorial instructor

Previous Teaching in Canadian Studies

  • Canadianscapes: Defining Canada in the 21 st Century (CANA3991)
  • Cultural Diversity in Canada (CANA2121)
  • Contemporary Canadian Issues: The Environment (CANA3401)
  • Cultures at Play: Sport and Leisure in Canada (CANA3991)
  • Contemporary Canada (CANA-100L) - team taught - tutorial instructor
  • Canada in the Modern Age: an Introduction to the Canadian Community (CANA200L) - teach taught - tutorial instructor
  • Introduction to Canadian Culture (CANA-2011) - team taught - tutorial instructor

Research interests

  • Canadian History
  • Canadian Studies
  • Environmental History
  • Sport History
  • Food History
  • Landscape History
  • History of the United States
  • History of Science and Technology
  • World History
  • Gender and Women’s History

Publications

Referred  

  • Under Contract, manuscript, From Rough to Green: Cultivating Golf Course Landscapes in Canada, 1870-1945  McGill-Queen's University Press    
  • "Maple Syrup", Invited contribution for Symbols of Canada eds., Dawson, Gidney, and Wright, (Toronto: Between the Lines) planned for 2018.
  • Accepted, "A Hole in One: Sport and Environment," in The   International Journal of the History of Sport .
  • "What was Driving Golf: Mobility, Nature, and the Making of Canadian Leisure Landscapes, 1870-1930," Chapter in J.W. Young, C. Coates and B. Bradley, eds., Moving Natures: Mobility and the Environment in Canadian History , Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 251-273.
  • Review of Time and a Place: An Environmental History of Prince Edward Island - A Review  on Borealia - A Group Blog on Early Canada, Published July 24, 2017. https://earlycanadianhistory.ca/2017/07/24/time-and-a-place-an-environmental-history-of-prince-edward-island-a-review/  
  • Review of Climbers' Paradise: Making Canada's Mountain Parks 1904-1974 in University of Toronto Quarterly  Vol. 85, no. 3 (Summer 2016), 544-546.
  • Review of A Town Called Asbestos  in American Review of Canadian Studies  Vol. 46, no. 4 (Winter 2016), 539-540.
  • Review of Arv Olson's Backspin in BC Studies  issue 178 (Summer 2013), 148-149
  • "Notes on Nineteenth Century Tourism on Lake Memphremagog, 1850-1899."   The Journal of Eastern Townships Studies  no. 31 (Fall 2007): 25-43.

 

Non-Referred  

  • "Collaborative Landscapes" on The Otter , NiCHE, Published July 24, 2017. http://niche-canada.org/2017/07/24/collaborative-landscapes/
  • "Golf at Jasper Park in the Canadian Rockies-Advertising the Golf Course Landscape." The Champlain Society . Published August 2016. http://www.champlainsociety.ca/golf-at-jasper-park-in-the-canadian-rockies-1926/
  • "Recap: Quelques Arpents de Neige, 2012," The Otter -Network in Canadian History and the Environment. Published December 28, 2012. http://niche-canada.org/node/10554
  • "Exploring the History of Golf Course Construction in North America," Network in Canadian History and the Environment, Scholar Profile . Published October 4, 2011, http://niche-canada.org/node/10149  
  • "What's Driving Golf: Mobility and Canadian Landscapes of Golf," Network in Canadian History and the Environment, Mobility.  Published March 8, 2011, http://niche-canada.org/node/9899  

Grants, awards, & honours

  • W. P. Bell Postdoctoral Fellow, Canadian Studies, Mount Allison University
  • Part-time Research Stipend, Mount Allison University - "A Sweet and Sticky Situation: Exploring the History and Contemporary Realities of the Maple Syrup Industry in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia"
  • Environmental Trust Fund, Government of New Brunswick, Conference Project Grant - Quelques Arpents de Neige, https://quelquesarpentsdeneige.wordpress.com/  
  • The Royal Society of Canada Atlantic, Open Academy Grant
  • Jeanne Armour Scholarship, University of Toronto
  • Doctoral Completion Award, University of Toronto
  • Craig Brown Travelling Fellowship, University of Toronto 
  • School of Graduate Studies Travel Grant, University of Toronto
  • Ontario Graduate Scholarship

Education

PhD, History Department, University of Toronto
MA, History Department, McGill University
BA, First Class Honours, McGill University