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Robidoux, M.A. (2012). Stick Handling through the Margins: First Nations Hockey in Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Chapitres de livres

Mason, C.W. (in Press). Consuming the Physical and Cultural Practices of Aboriginal Peoples: Spaces of Exchange, Conflict and (Post)colonial Power Relations, In J. Hughson (Ed.), Sport and Identity. London: Edwin Mellen Press.

Robidoux, M.A. (2011). Male Hegemony or Male Mythology? Uncovering Distinctions through Some of Canada’s Leading Men: The Coureurs de Bois and Professional Hockey Players. In J. Laker (Ed.), Canadian Masculinities Reader. Toronto: Oxford University Press.

Robidoux, M.A. (2011). The Nonsense of Native American Sport Imagery: Reclaiming a Past that Never Was. In. R. Giulianotti (Ed.), Sociology of Sport. Thousand Oaks: SAGE Publications.

Robidoux, M.A. (2002). « The Subaltern Framework of Aboriginal Hockey: Gnoseology and Thinking along the Borders. » In C. Howell & J. Logan (Eds.), Putting it on Ice: Volume I: Hockey and Cultural Identities, pp. 29-33. Halifax: Gorsebrook Research Institute.

Articles publiés

Blondin D, Robidoux, M., Imbeault, P., Blais, J., O’hearn, K., Kruemmel, E., Seabert, T., Pal, S, and Haman, F.* (2009). Effects of dietary behaviours on exogenous glucose kinetics in 2 Oji-Cree communities of northwestern Ontario. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism. 34, 257 (Abstract from National Obesity Summit).

Chapados, N.A., Casimiro, C., Robidoux, M.A., Haman, F., Batal, M., Blais, J.M., & Imbeault, P. (2010). Increased proliferative effect of organochlorine compounds on human preadipocytes. Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry, 328(1&2), n.p. DOI 10.1007/s11010-012-1268-0

Haman, F., Fontaine-Bisson, B., Batal, M., Imbeault, P., Blais, J.M., and Robidoux, M.A. (2011). Obesity and Type 2Diabetes in Northern Canada’s Remote First Nations Communities: The Dietary Dilemma. International Journal of Obesity, 34, S24-S31. doi:10.1038/ijo.2010.236

Imbeault, P., Haman, F., Blais, J.M., Pal, S., Seabert, T., Kruemmel, E.M., and Robidoux, M. A. (2011). Obesity and type 2 diabetes prevalence in adults from two remote First Nations communities in northwestern Ontario (Canada). Journal of Obesity, 2011, 1-5.

Imbeault P., Findlay C.S., Robidoux M.A., Haman F., Blais J.M., et al. (2012) Dysregulation of Cytokine Response in Canadian First Nations Communities: Is There an Association with Persistent Organic Pollutant Levels? PLoS ONE 7(7): e39931. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0039931

Johnson, K., Batal, M., Haman, F., Imbeault, P., Blais, J.M., Pal, S., Seabert, T., Kruemmel, E.M., Robidoux, M.A. (2011). The Life Course « Connection »: An Exploration of Women’s Dietary Choices in a Northern First Nations Community. Pimatisiwin: A Journal of Indigenous and Aboriginal Community Health, 8(3), 27-59.

Mason, C.W. (2008). The Construction of Banff as a « Natural » Environment: Sporting Festivals, Tourism and Representations of Aboriginal Peoples. Journal of Sport History, 35(2), 221-239.

Mason, C.W. (2009). Imagining the Canadian Rocky Mountains: Discourses of Indigeneity and Foucault’s Conceptions of Power Relations. Biopolitica, 11(2), 303-327.

Mason, C.W. (2009). The Buffalo Nations/Luxton Museum: Tourism, Regional Forces and Problematizing Cultural Representations of Aboriginal Peoples in Banff, Canada. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 15(4), 351-369.

Mason, C.W. & Koehli, J. (in press). Barriers to Physical Activity for Aboriginal Youth: Implications for Community Health, Policy and Culture. Pimatisiswin: Journal of Aboriginal and Indigenous Community Health.

Pal, S.*, Blais, J.M., Robidoux, M., Haman, F., Krümmel, E., Seabert, T., and Imbeault, P. (2009). Associating persistent organic pollutants with chronic inflammation and type 2diabetes in 2 First Nations communities in northern Ontario. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism. 34, 257-58. (Abstract from oral presentation at National Obesity Summit)

Pal, S., Haman, F., & Robidoux, Michael A. (in press). The Costs of Local Food Procurement in two Canadian First Nations: Are Off-the-Land Foods a Viable Response to Food Insecurity?. Food and Foodways.

Robidoux, M.A. (2002). Imagining a Canadian identity through sport: a historical interpretation of lacrosse and hockey. Journal of American Folklore, 115(456), 209-225.

Robidoux, M.A. (2004). Narratives of Race Relations in Southern Alberta: An Examination of Conflicting Sporting Practices. Sociology of Sport Journal, 21(3), 281-301.

Robidoux, M.A. (2006). First Nation Masculinity and its Influence on Canada’s Sport Heritage. The International Journal of the History of Sport, 23(2), 267-284.

Robidoux, M.A. (2006). « The Nonsense of Native American Sport Imagery: Reclaiming a Past that Never Was. » International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 41(2), 201-219.

Robidoux, M.A., Haman, F. & Sethna, C. (2009). The relationship of theBurbot (lota lota) to the reintroduction of off-the-land foods in the Sandy Lake First Nation Community. Biodemography and Social Biology, 55(1), 12-29.

Robidoux, M.A., Haman, F., Blais, J.M., Pal, S., Seabert, T., Krümmel, E.M., Batal, M, Thériault, A., and Imbeault, P. (2009). An examination of land-based dietary practices in 2 northern First Nations communities and their potential contribution to the reduction of obesity and type 2 diabetes. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism. 34: 255-256 (Abstract from National Obesity Summit).

Robidoux, M.A., Imbeault, P., Blais, J.M., Pal, S., Seabert, T., Kruemmel, E.M., Batal, M., Thériault, A. & Haman, F. (2012). Traditional Foodways in Two Contemporary Northern First Nations Communities. Canadian Journal of Native Studies. 32(2), n.p.

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