Osborne, Brian Stuart
1973. “The Site of Kingston,” in Kingston 300: A Social Snapshot, G. Betts (ed.). Ch.2. 8-13.
1975. “Kingston in the Nineteenth Century: A Study in Urban Decline,” in Perspectives on Landscape and Settlement in 19th Century Ontario, J.D. Wood (ed.). 159-182.
1976. “The Settlement of Kingston’s Hinterland,” in To Preserve & Defend: Essays on Kingston in the Nineteenth Century, G. Tulchinsky (ed.). 63-79, 351-353.
1977. “Frontier Settlement in Eastern Ontario in the 19th Century: A Study in Changing Perceptions of Land and Opportunity,” in The Frontier: Comparative Studies, David Harry Miller and Jerome O. Steffen (eds.). University of Oklahoma Press, 201-226.
1982. “The Farmer and the Land,” in County of a Thousand Lakes: The History of the County of Frontenac, Bryan Rollason (ed.). Kingston, Frontenac County Council, 81-94.
1983. “Section L: Lands and Forests,” in Historical Statistics of Canada, F.H. Leacy (ed.). Statistics Canada and S.S.F.C., 106-210.
1985. “The Canadian National Postal System, 1852 1914: An Examination of a Regional Communication System,” in Regionalism and National Identity, R. Berry and J. Acheson (eds.). A.C.S.A.N.Z., Christchurch, New Zealand, 227-240.
1988. “The Hinterland: Rural Place or Urban Process?,” in New Directions for the Study of Ontario’s Past, D. Gagan (ed.). Hamilton: McMaster University, 267-283.
1988. “The iconography of nationhood in Canadian Art,” in Iconography of Landscape, D. Cosgrove and S. Daniels (eds.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 162-178.
1989. (with R.M. Pike) “The Postal Revolution in Central Canada, 1851 1911,” in Lorne Tupperman, James Curtis, Readings in Sociology: An Introduction. Toronto: McGraw Hill Ryerson, 232-244.
1990. (with Donald Swainson)“James Richardson,” Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Vol. XI,. 893-894.
1991. “Introduction,” in R.C. Harris and J. Warkentin, Canada Before Confederation. Ottawa: Carleton University Press, ix xv.
1991. “One of the ‘Non Preferred’ Peoples: Ukrainian Immigration, 1919 1939,” in L. Luciuk (ed.), Celebrating A Century of Ukrainians in Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 81-102.
1991. “Putting People in their Place,” in A. McDermaid and G.F. Henderson (eds.), Through Scholarly Eyes: Queen’s University Archives Lectures. Kingston: QUA, 25-48.
1992. “The Kindling Touch of Imagination: Charles William Jefferys and Canadian Identity,” in Glen Norcliffe and Paul Simpson Housley, A Few Acres of Snow: Literary and Artistic Images of Canada. Toronto: Dundurn Press, 28-47.
1992. “Interpreting a nation’s identity: Artists as creators of national consciousness,” in A. Baker and G. Biger, Ideology and Landscape in Historical Perspective. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 230-254.
1992. “From Space to Place: Images of Nationhood,” in H.J. Selwood and J.H. Lehr, Reflections from the Prairies: Geographical Essays. Winnipeg: University of Winnipeg, Department of Geography, 1-13.
1993. (with G.B. Osborne and R.M. Pike) “Mirror, Filter, or Mould?: The Media and Canada Post, 1965 1987,” in Marc Grenier, Critical Studies of Canadian Mass Media. London: Butterworths, 83-106.
1993. “Expanding Economies,” in Historical Atlas of Canada: The Land Transformed, 1800-1891. Vol II. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 33-35.
1994. “Landscapes, Inscapes, Mythologies: Some thoughts on New Canadian Identities,” in W.K. Davies (ed.), Canadian Transformations: Perspectives on a Changing Human Geography. Swansea: University of Wales Canadian Studies Group, 49-55.
1995. “The View from the Hill: An Imaginative Historical Geography of Kingston, Ontario,” in Christof Stadel and H. Suida (eds.), Themes and Issues of Canadian Geography: I. Saltzburg: Institute of Geography, University of Salzburg, 53-60.
1995. “‘Grounding’ National Mythologies: The Case of Canada,” in Serge Courville and Norman Seguin (eds.), Espace et Culture. Quebec City: Laval University Press, 265-274.
1997. (with G. B. Osborne) “C.P.C’s Retail Conversion Programme: Harrowsmith, One Community’s Experience,” in C. Mitchell and Fred Dahm (eds.), Challenge and Opportunity: Managing Change in Canadian Towns and Villages. Waterloo: University of Waterloo, 137-157.
1997. (with Christoph Stadel) “‘Landscapes’ und ‘Waterscapes’ von Kanada in Kunst und Literatur,” in Festschrift Guido Muller: Geograph und Landesforscher. Salzburg: Salzburger Geographische Arbeiten, 185-196.
1998. “Landscapes, Waterscapes, Inscapes: Putting the People back into Pukaskwa Wilderness Park,” in John Marsh and Bruce Hodgins (eds.), Changing Parks: The History, Future and Cultural Context of Parks and Heritage Landscapes. Toronto: Natural Heritage, 107-134.
1999. “Establishing the Centre, Integrating the Margins: An Historical Geographical Approach to Canadian National Identity,” in Christoph Stadel (ed.), Themes and Issues of Canadian Geography. Salzburger Geographische Arbeiten, Vol. 34, 7-22.
2001. “Warscapes, Landscapes, Inscapes: France, War, and Canadian National Identity,” in Iain Black and Robin Butlin (eds.), Place, Culture, and Identity. Laval University Press, 311-333.
2001. “Erasing Memories of War: Reconstructing France after the ‘Great War’,” in Yves Tremblay (ed.), Canadian Military History Since the 17th Century/L’histoire militaire canadienne depuis le XVIIe siécle. Ottawa: National Defence, 513-522.
2002. “Constructing the State, Managing the Corporation, Transforming the Individual: Photography, Immigration, and the Canadian National Railways, 1925-30,” in Joan M. Schwartz and James R. Ryan (eds.), Picturing Place: Photography and the Geographic Imagination. London: I.B. Tauris, 162-191.
2003. “Barter, Bible, Bush: Strategies of Survival and Resistance among the Kingston-Bay of Quinte Mississauga, 1783-1836,” in Bruce Hodgins, Ute Lischke, David McNab (eds.), Blockades & Resistance: Studies in Actions of Peace and the Temagami Blockades of 1988-89. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 85-104.
2004. (with R.M. Pike) “Lowering ‘the Walls of Oblivion’: The Revolution in Postal Communications in Central Canada, 1851-1911,” in Daniel J. Robinson (ed.), Communication History in Canada. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 44-52.
2004. (with M. Huitema, M. Ripmeester) “Shared Places. Shifting Spaces: The First Nations of the Thousand Islands,” in Life on the Edge: The Cultural Landscape of the Thousand Islands Area. Canadian Thousand Islands Heritage Conservancy: Maitland, 13-26.
2004. “Kingston,” in Gerald Hallowell (ed.) The Oxford Companion to Canadian History, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 337-378.
2005. "Constructing Canada Outdoors," in C.J. Lemieux et al., Social Science in Parks and Protected Areas: PRFO Occasional Paper No. 3, Waterloo: University of Waterloo.
2006. Brian S. Osborne "Introduction," Ken W. Watson, Engineered
2006. "Art at War: Representing Canada in World War II," In Andrew Hiscock and Muriel Chamberlain, Engaging the Enemy: Canada in the 1940s, Llandybie, Carms: Dinefwr Press for CSWG, 47-64.
2006. “The View from Kingston: Looking up to Peterborough.” “Edwardian Peterborough: Proceedings of the conference commemorating the incorporation of the City of Peterborough.” Peterborough Historical Society Occasional Paper No. 27, 7-17.
2007. “Heritage, Tourism, Quality of Life: ‘Constructing’ New Urban Places,” in G. Wall (ed), Approaching Tourism, Waterloo: University of Waterloo, Geography Publication Series No. 21, 155-182.
2008. “Constructions of National Symbolic Spaces and Places: The State of Place Identity,” in G.H. Herb and D.H. Kaplan (eds) Nationas and Nationalism: A Global Historical Overview, Vol. 4, Santa Barbara, CA: ABC/CLIO, 1350-64.
2008. “The paradox of heritage in a globalizing world: The case of the Rideau Canal-Kingston Fortifications UNESCO/WHO designation,” in Rogerio Amoeda et al, World Heritage and Sustainable Development, Vol. 1, pp. 271-275.
2008. (forthcoming). “Going Glocal in a Globalising World: The Kingston Georegion,” in Gordon Nelson Ontario’s Georegions.
2008. (with Jason Kovacs) (forthcoming) “Remembering Dead Heroes: Quebec’s Monument to Short-Wallick,” in Nicole Neatby (ed.) Remembering Canadian Pasts in Public. Toronto: U.T.P.
2008. “Approaching the Rideau: Past, Present, and Future Shifting Priorities,” Rideau 175 Lecture Series: Celebrating the 175th Anniversary of the Opening of the Rideau Canal. (John G. Cowan ed.), Merrickville: Merrickville and District Historical Society, pp. 1-12.
2009. “Putting My Thoughts on Temps Espaces et Modernités into Place.” Brigitte Caulier et Yvan Rousseau (eds) Temps Espaces et Modernités: Mélanges offerts á Serge Courville et Normand Séguin, Quebec City: University of Laval Press, 461-468.
2009. (with Geraint Osborne) “The Vernacular and the Ceremonial in a National Capital.” Andrew Nurse and Raymond Blake, eds., Beyond National Dreams. Vancouver: Fitzhenry/Whiteside, 111-130.
2009 “Foreword” to Robert J. Andrews and Rosalyn Parker Art (eds) “A Troublesome Berth,” The Journal of First Lieut. Charles Allan Parker, Royal Marines: The Canada Years 1838-1840. Kingston: Kingston Historical Society.
2009. “Remembering and constructing intangible heritage along Canada’s Upper St. Lawrence,” in Sergio Lira et al. (eds.) Sharing Cultures 2009: International Conference on Intangible Heritage. Barcelos, Portugal: Green Lines Institute for Sutainable Development, 231-238.
2009. Foreword, Garden Island: A Shipping Empire. Kingston: Marine Museum of the Great Lakes.
2009. “Living off the Land: The People and the Land of Lennox and Addington,” in Orland French, Lennox and Addington: 140 Years. Napanee: The Napanee Beaver, 68-76.
2010. “Remembering and constructing intangible heritage along Canada’s Upper St. Lawrence,” in Sérgio Lira and Amoêda Rogério (eds) Constructing Intangible Heritage. Barcelos, Portugal: Green Lines Institute, 119-128
2010. “Epilogue: Some personal reflections on dancing with shadows, shaping clouds, grounding intangibilities,” in Sérgio Lira and Amoêda Rogério (eds) Constructing Intangible Heritage. Barcelos, Portugal: Green Lines Institute, 233-243.
2010. “Golden ages and green/black valleys: A patrimony of landscapes, memories, and testimonies for a modern Wales,” in Amoêda Rogério, Sérgio Lira and Cristina Pinheiro (eds) Heritage and Sustainable Development. Barcelos, Portugal: Green Lines Institute, Vol. 2: 1101-1112.
2011. “Encountering Nature in the Frontenacs,” in Gray Merriam (ed.) The Naturally Rich Frontenacs, County of Frontenac: Frontenac Stewardship Council, 28-31
2011. “Preface: Putting Swainson in his place,” Bob Hilderley and Brian S. Osborne (eds) Personalizing Place. In Defence of Local History: The Kingston Case. Kingston: Quarry Press, viii-xii..
2012 (forthcoming). “Going Glocal in a Globalising World: The Kingston Georegion,” in Gordon Nelson Ontario’s Georegions. McGill-Queen’s.
2012 “The Kingston Georegion: Going Glocal in a Globalizing World,” in Gordon Nelson (ed) Beyond the Global City: Understanding and Planning for the Diversity of Ontario. Montreal/Kingston: McGill-Queen’s, 201-226.
2012. (with Jason Kovacs) “Remembering Dead Heroes: Quebec’s Monument to Short-Wallick,” in Nicole Neatby & Peter Hodgins (eds.) Settling and Unsettling Memories: Essays in Canadian Public History. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 67-93.
2012. “Commemorating Nations’ Workers: The Case of the Reesor Siding Incident,” in Iain Roberston (ed.) Heritage from Below, Ashgate, 177-196.2013 (forthcoming): “Samuel Champlain’s Accidental Explorations”; “First Nations Conflicts, Contacts, Consequences”; “Fire!”; “Otto R. Jacobi Imagines the Land Between”; in T.MacIlwraith (ed.), Essays on The Land Between, Fitzhenry-Whiteside.