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“From Centennial to Sequicentennial: Transformative Research in the History of Education,” Historical Studies in Education/Revue d’histoire de l’éducation vol. 30, no. 1, Spring 2018: 1-8 Chad Gaffield,
“Words, Words, Words: How the Digital Humanities Are Integrating Diverse Research Fields to Study People,” Annual Review of Statistics and Its Application 5, 2018. Chad Gaffield,
“The Emerging University Integration of Local and Global Engagement: The Canadian experience at home and abroad,” in Global Universities Network for Innovation, Higher Education in the World 6: Towards a socially responsible university: balancing the global with the local Chad Gaffield,
“Mindset and Guidelines: Insights to Enhance Collaborative, Campus-Wide, Cross-Sectoral Digital Humanities Initiatives,” International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing 1-2 (2016): 8-21. Chad Gaffield,
“The Surprising Ascendance of Digital Humanities: And some suggestions for an uncertain future,” Digital Studies/Le champ numérique, 6, (2016-2017): 1-13.
“Educational History, the Spatial Turn and Digital Scholarship: Reflections on the concept of educational spaces,” International Journal for the Historiography of Education 6 (2016): 126-129.
“Making an Archival Golden Age in the Changing World of Digital Scholarship,” Archivaria 78, Fall 2014: 179-191. Chad Gaffield, Byron Moldofsky and Katharine Rollwagen,
“’Not Use for Comparison with Other Censuses’: Identity, Politics, and Languages Commonly Spoken in 1911 Canada,” in Gordon Darroch, ed. The Dawn of Canada’s Century: Hidden Histories Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press 2014: 93- 123 (co-author with Byron Moldofsky and Katharine Rollwagen) Chad Gaffield,
“New Horizons for the Study of People: Interdisciplinarity, Internationalization and Innovation in the Digital Age,” in Katja Mayer, Thomas Konig, and Helga Nowotny, eds. Horizons for Social Sciences and Humanities, Vilnius, Lithuania: Mykolas Romeris University Publishing 2014: 153-164. Chad Gaffield, “Teaching Modernity: Mathematics, Culture, and Schoolbooks in 19
th and Early 20 th Century Ontario and Quebec” in Monique Lebrun, ed. Le manuel scolaire Québec, Les Presses de l’Université du Québec, 2007, 17 p.
“Conceptualizing and Constructing the Canadian Century Research Infrastructure,” Historical Methods, vol.40, no.2 (Spring 2007): 54-64. Chris Drummond, Stan Matwin, Chad Gaffield,
“Inferring and Revising Theories with Confidence: Analyzing Bilingualism in the 1901 Canadian Census,” Applied Artificial Intelligence, 20, 1, January 2006 (co-author). Chad Gaffield,
“The Blossoming of Canadian Historical Research” in Ruth Sandwell, ed. To the Past: History Education, Public Memory, and Citizenship in Canada Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2006 ISBN: 9781442657212, 0802038913, 080203814X, 9780802038142 Chad Gaffield,
“Language, Ancestry and the Competing Constructions of Identity in Turn-of the-Century Canada,” in Eric W. Sager and Peter Baskerville, eds., Household Counts: Canadian Households and Families in 1901 Toronto: University of Toronto Press 2006. Chad Gaffield,
“Evidence of What? Changing Answers to the Question of Historical Sources as Illustrated by Research Using the Census,” in Jeff Keshen and Sylvie Perrier, eds., Building New Bridges-Batir de nouveaux ponts: Sources, Methods and Interdisciplinarity Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 2005:265-274. Chad Gaffield, “The Roles of Literacy Research in the Late Twentieth Century’s Rethinking of Historical Change,” in Harvey J. Graff, Leslie Page Moch, and Philip McMichael, eds.,
Looking Backward and Looking Forward: Perspectives on Social Science History (Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Press 2004). Chad Gaffield,
“Les perspectives des chercheurs sur les archives électroniques (article in English),” in 4 e Symposium du groupe interdisciplinaire de recherche en archivistique (GIRA) , Université de Montréal, 2002. Chad Gaffield,
“Historical Thinking, C.P. Snow’s Two Cultures, and a Hope for the 21 st Century,” Journal of the Canadian Historical Association, Spring 2002. Chad Gaffield,
“Towards the Coach in the Classroom,” Canadian Issues/Thèmes canadiens Oct-Nov 2001, pp. 12-14. Chad Gaffield,
“History of Education,” The Canadian Encyclopedia, McClelland and Stewart, 1996. Chad Gaffield,
“Time, Mathematics and Mass Schooling in 19 in Hubert Watelet, ed., th Century Ontario and Quebec,” Quatre Essais sur Temps et Culture, (Quebec: CIEQ, 2000): 33-39. Chad Gaffield,
“Primary Sources, Historical Thinking, and the Emerging Redefinition of the B.A. as a Research Degree,” Facsimile23-25, 2000-1: 12-17. Chad Gaffield,
“Linearity, Non-Linearity, and the Competing Constructions of Social Hierarchy in Early Twentieth-Century Canada: The Question of Language in 1901, ” Historical Methods 33, no. 4, Fall 2000: 255-260. Chad Gaffield,
“Wage Labour, Industrialization, and the Origins of the Modern Family,” reprinted in C. M. Wallace and R. M. Bray eds., Reappraisals in Canadian History: Pre-Confederation (Scarborough, Ontario: Prentice-Hall Allyn and Bacon Canada, 1999): 530-44. Chad Gaffield,
“La région: une combinaison spécifique d’éléments non spécifiques,” in Fernand Harvey ed . La région culturelle: problématique interdisciplinaire (Québec: Institut québécois de recherche sur la culture 1994): 27-31. Chad Gaffield,
“François-Eugène-Alfred Evanturel,” Dictionary of Canadian Biography , 13 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1994): 322-324. Chad Gaffield,
“Children’s Lives and Academic Achievement in Canada and the United States,” Comparative Education Review, vol. 38, no. 1 (February 1994): 36-64. Chad Gaffield, “Scorpions, Solitudes and the Process of Communication,”
Zeitschrift für Kanada-Studien, vol. 13, no. 2 (1993): 39-51. Chad Gaffield and William Crozier,
“The Lower Manhattan Project: An Urban Laboratory for the Liberal Arts,” History and Computing 5, no. 2 (1993-4): 98-109. Chad Gaffield,
“Two Steps Back: Reflections on the Search for Synthesis,” Historical Studies in Education / Revue d’Histoire de l’éducation, vol. 5, no. 1 (Spring / printemps 1993): 117-121. Chad Gaffield,
“From Supervising a Thesis to Mentoring a Student,” in Jean-Louis Major, Diriger des thèses à la faculté des Arts/Supervising Theses in the Faculty of Arts (Ottawa: Centre de pédagogie universitaire, Université d’Ottawa, 1992): 36-40. Chad Gaffield, “Labouring and Learning in Nineteenth-Century Canada: Children in the Changing Process of Family Reproduction,” in Russell Smandych, Gordon Dodds, and Alvin Esau, eds.,
Dimensions of Childhood: Essays on the History of Children and Youth in Canada (Winnipeg, Manitoba: Legal Research Institute, 1991): 13-27. Chad Gaffield,
“Schooling, Children, and Family Reproduction in Nineteenth-Century Ontario,” Canadian Historical Review 72, no. 2 (June 1991): 157-191. Chad Gaffield,
“The New Regional History: Rethinking the History of the Outaouais,” Journal of Canadian Studies, vol. 26, no. 1 (Spring 1991): 64-81. Chad Gaffield and William Crozier,
“The Lower Manhattan Project: A New Approach to Computer-assisted Learning in History Classrooms,” Historical Methods, vol. 23, no. 2 (Spring 1990): 72-6. Chad Gaffield,
“The Social and Economic Origins of Contemporary Families,” in Maureen Baker ed., Families (Scarborough, Ontario: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1990), 23-40. Chad Gaffield and Gérard Bouchard,
“Literacy, Schooling, and Family Reproduction in Rural Ontario and Québec,” Historical Studies in Education / Revue d’Histoire de l’éducation, vol. 1, no. 2 (Fall / automne 1989): 201-18. Chad Gaffield,
“The Character and Circumstance of Canada’s Industrialization,” Labour / Le Travail, vol. 24 (Fall 1989): 219-30. Chad Gaffield,
“Machines and Minds: Historians and the Emerging Collaboration,” Histoire sociale / Social History, vol. 21, no. 42 (novembre-November 1988): 312-17. Chad Gaffield, Lynne Marks, and Susan Laskin,
“Student Populations and Graduate Careers: Queen’s University, 1895-1900,” in Paul Axlerod and John Reid eds., Youth, University, and Canadian Society (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1989): 3-25. Chad Gaffield,
“Mechanics Institutes,” The Canadian Encyclopedia (Edmonton, Alberta: Hurtig, 1988). Chad Gaffield,
“Theory and Method in Canadian Historical Demography,” reprinted in Terry Crowley ed., Clio’s Craft: A Primer of Historical Methods (Toronto: Copp Clark Pitman, 1988): 163-178. Chad Gaffield and Lynne Marks,““Women at Queen’s University, 1895-1905: A Little Sphere All Their Own,”
Ontario History, vol. 78, no. 4 (1986): 331-49. Chad Gaffield,
“Back to School: Towards a New Agenda for the History of Education,” Acadiensis, vol. 15, no. 2 (Spring 1986): 169-90. Chad Gaffield,
“Coherence and Chaos in Educational Historiography,” Interchange: An International Journal of Educational Studies, vol. 17, no. 2 (Summer 1986): 112-21. Chad Gaffield and Peter Baskerville,
“The Automated Archivist: Interdisciplinarity and the Process of Historical Research,” Social Science History, vol. 9, no. 2 (1985): 167-84. Chad Gaffield,
“Social Structure and the Urbanization Process: Perspectives on Nineteenth Century Research,” in Gilbert A. Stelter and Alan F. J. Artibise eds. The Canadian City: Essays in Urban and Social History (Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1984): 262-81. Chad Gaffield,
“From Supervising a Thesis to Mentoring a Student,” in Jean-Louis Major, Diriger des thèses à la faculté des Arts/Supervising Theses in the Faculty of Arts (Ottawa: Centre de pédagogie universitaire, Université d’Ottawa, 1992): 36-40. Chad Gaffield, “Wage Labour, Industrialization, and the Origin of the Modern Family,” in Maureen Baker ed.,
The Family: Changing Trends in Canada (Scarborough, Ont.: McGraw-Hill, 1984): 21-34. Chad Gaffield,
“The Crisis in Urban Documentation: The Shame of the Cities Revisited,” Urban History Review, vol. 13, no. 1 (June 1984): 1-7 (co-author). Peter Baskerville and Chad Gaffield,
“The Vancouver Island Project: Historical Research and Archival Practice,” Archivaria, vol. 17 (Winter 1984): 173-87. Alan F.J. Artibise, Peter A. Baskerville, and Chad Gaffield,
“The Vancouver Island Project: Developing a Systematic and Comprehensive Regional Research Tool,” American Archivist, vol. 46, no. 3 (1983): 317-19 (co-author). Alan F. J. Artibise, Peter A. Baskerville, and Chad Gaffield, “The Vancouver Island Project: Research, Resources and Regional Studies,”
C. Studies , vol. 56 (Winter 1982-83): 116-19.
“Social History in the Undergraduate Classroom: A Report on the Historical Atlas of Canada Project,” Historical Methods, vol. 16, no. 1(1983): 43-44.
“Theory and Method in Canadian Historical Demography,” Archivaria, 14 (Summer 1982): 123-136.
“Boom and Bust: The Demography and Economy of the Lower Ottawa Valley in the Nineteenth Century,” H.A. Historical Papers (1982): 172-195. “Schooling, the Economy, and Rural Society in Nineteenth Century Ontario,” in Joy Parr ed.,
Childhood and Family in Canadian History (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1982): 69-92.
“Demography, Social Structure, and the History of Schooling,” in David C. Jones et al. eds., Approaches to Educational History (Winnipeg: University of Manitoba, 1981), 85-111 (footnotes: 150-158). Chad Gaffield and Ian Winchester,
“The Concept of Total History in the Classroom,” The History and Social Science Teacher, vol. 16, no. 3 (Spring 1981): 159-165. “Quantitative Methods in the Classroom: An Update,”
The History and Social Science Teacher, vol. 16, no. 3 (Spring 1981): 145-147.
“Canadian Families in Cultural Context: Hypotheses from the mid-nineteenth Century,”H.A. Historical Papers (1979): 48-70. reprinted in Bettina Bradbury ed., Canadian Family History: Selected Readings (Toronto: Copp-Clark, 1992): 135-157. “Children’s Rights in the Canadian Context,” in Heather Berkeley, Chad Gaffield and W. Gordon West eds.,
Children’s Rights: Legal and Educational Issues (Toronto: OISE Press, 1978): 3-14. Chad Gaffield,
“Big Business, the Working-Class, and Socialism in Schenectady, 1911-1916,” Labor History, vol. 19, no. 3 (1978): 350-72. Chad Gaffield and David Levine,
“Dependency and Adolescence on the Canadian Frontier: Orillia, Ontario in the mid-nineteenth century,” History of Education Quarterly, vol. 18, no. 1 (Spring 1978): 35-47.