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Newfoundland Quarterly

The Newfoundland Quarterly is a 102 year-old journal focused on the arts, culture, history, industry and people of Newfoundland and Labrador. It is published by the Newfoundland Quarterly Foundation Board, a not-for-profit charitable foundation. Owned by Memorial University of Newfoundland, the Newfoundland Quarterly features contributions from the province's top writers and visual artists as well as writings by our most prominent people. Many contributors have a presence on the national and international stage.

Under a partnership agreement between the Harris Centre and the Newfoundland Quarterly, the main presenter of a "Memorial Presents" session is invited to write an article in the magazine based on the presentation.

2014


Clift, T. and Cooper, T. The Three R's: Rationalization, Retrenchment, Reorientation; The Newfoundland and Labrador Fishery after the MOU 107.2

Stoddart, M.C.J.; Stoddart, K. (Photos) The Social-Cultural Impacts of Parks 107.1

Ricciardelli, R. Reimagining Crime: Positive Change Starts with the Kids 106.4

2013


Gordon, T. Leader of the Band 106.3

Halford, T., Lynde, D., Ormsby, R., & Quigley, C. The STAGE Project 106.2

Mackenzie, Dr. Marguerite. An Innu Dictionary For All 106.1

2012


Gibson, Ryan. Life Beyond the Zone Boards: Understanding the New Reality of Regional Development in Newfoundland and Labrador. 105.4

Fürst, Bojan. Making Islands Matter. 105.3

Bruneau, Stephen. Natural Gas Better Than Labrador Hydro for Island Energy Requirements. 105.2

Clift, Tom and Cooper, Tom. Why the Divorce? Examining the Fleet Separation Policy- Risks and Opportunities. 105.1

2011


Webb, Jeff A. & Bishop-Stirling, Terry. Pioneers in Community Engagement: MUN Extension, 1959-1991. 104.4

Davis, Ryan. The Newly Veiled Face of Mummering: Reinventing Traditions and Conserving Culture. 104.3

Locke, Wade. Newfoundland and Labrador, from Austerity to Prosperity –and Back to Austerity (?): Planning to Avoid a Financial Crisis. 104.2

Greenwood, Rob & Vodden, Kelly. Rural-Urban Interaction in Newfoundland and Labrador. 104.1

Baehre, Rainer. Whose Pine-Clad Hills: Forest Rights and Access in Newfoundland and Labrador’s History. 103.4

2010


Verge, Robert. The Fishery of the Future: A Troubled History. 103.3

Morgan, Kevin. New Stories from Newfoundland: From Poverty to Prosperity?. 103.2

Pocious, Dr. Gerald. The Emergence of Intangible Cultural Heritage Policy in Newfoundland and Labrador. 103.1

Veitch, Brian. The Challenge of Prosperity: The Role of Research and Development and Innovation in the Province of the Future, 102.4

2009


Jones, Charlotte. The Artist as Rural Entrepreneur, 102.3

May, Art. The Collapse of the Northern Cod, 102.2

Cadigan, Sean. Not a Nation! (Or Why Newfoundland Nationalism Doesn't Make Historical Sense), 102:1

Feehan, James. The Churchill Falls Contract: What Happened and What's to Come? , 101:4

2008


Lynch, Scott. The Absence of Opportunity: Understanding the Dynamics of Intra-Provincial Migration Within Newfoundland and Labrador, 101:3

Clair, Mike. From Out-Migration to Immigration: The Changing Policy Landscape, 101:2

Felt, Lawrence & David Natcher. Effective Governance in the Changing Political Landscape of Labrador, 101:1

Stevens, Ken. From E-Learning to E-Living, 100:4

2007


Addo, Edward. Tourism Development on the Viking Trail: Can Information Technology Make It Sustainable?, 100:3

Locke, Wade. Cutting Through the Gordian Knot: An Objective Assessment of the Equalization Implications for Newfoundland and Labrador of the 2007 Federal Budget, 100:2

Rudd, Murray. Ecological Change — What's It Worth?, 100:1

Foster, Dale. Getting Connected: Can Communication Technology Transform Rural Newfoundland and Labrador?, 99:4

Locke, Wade. Offshore Oil and Gas: Is Newfoundland and Labrador Getting Its Fair Share, 99:3

2006


Stewart, David. Seeing the Future in Regional Economic Development: Lessons from Ireland, 99:2

Emke, Ivan. Is Rural Life Worth Saving?, 99:1

Younghusband, Lynda. Teacher Stress and Working Environments: Implications for Teaching and Learning, 98:4

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