Dr. Sharon Anne Cook

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Publications

Books Authored

  1. Cook, Sharon Anne, Sex, Lies and Cigarettes: Canadian Women, Smoking and Visual Culture, 1880-2008, Montreal and Kingston, McGill-Queens University Press, 2012, 418 pp.
  2. Cook, Sharon Anne, Plots and Pans: A Book Club Cookbook, Toronto, Sumach Press, 2002, 260 pp.
  3. Cook, Sharon Anne, ‘Through Sunshine and Shadow” The Woman’s Christian Temperance Union, Evangelicalism, and Reform in Ontario, 1874-1930, Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1995, 281 pp.
  4. Cook, Sharon Anne, The Depression Years: Canada in the 1930s Skillbook, Scarborough, Ontario: Prentice Hall Canada, 1981, Donald M. Santor, (Ed.) The Canadiana Scrapbook Series, 38 pp.
  5. Cook, Sharon Anne, The Confident Years: Canada in the 1920s Skillbook, Scarborough, Ontario: Prentice Hall Canada, 1981, Donald M. Santor, (Ed.) The Canadiana Scrapbook Series, 37 pp.
  6. Cook, Sharon Anne, Canadians at War: 1914-1918 Skillbook, Scarborough, Ontario: Prentice-Hall Canada, 1981, Donald M. Santor, (Ed.) The Canadiana Scrapbook Series, 38 pp.
  7. Cook, Sharon Anne, A Nation Beckons: Canada 1896-1914 Skillbook, Scarborough, Ontario: Prentice-Hall Canada, 1981, Donald M. Santor, (Ed.) The Canadiana Scrapbook Series, 38 pp.
  8. Cook, Sharon Anne & Maureen Radley-Walters, Canadian Patterns of Settlement in Canada, Toronto: Thomas Nelson & Sons, 1971, Peter Watson (Ed.), Nelson Canadian Studies Series, 49 pp.
  9. Cook, Sharon Anne & Peter Watson, Life in New France, Toronto: Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1971, Peter Watson (Ed.), Nelson Canadian Studies Series, 49 pp.

Books Edited

  1. Cook, Sharon Anne, Lorna R.McLean, & Kate O’Rourke, (Eds.), Framing Our Past: Canadian Women’s History in the Twentieth Century, Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2001, 495 pp. Reissued by McGill-Queen’s University Press in soft cover in 2006.

Editor Special Series

  1. Cook, Sharon Anne, Nicholas Ng-a-fook, & Marie Ainsworth (Eds.), “Making Oral History in Education,” Oral History/d’histoire orale, 32, 2012.
  2. Cook, Sharon Anne & Joel Westheimer (Eds.) Introduction and edited collection, “Democracy and Education,” Canadian Journal of Education, 29 (2), 2006.

Refereed Chapters In Books

  1. Cook, Sharon Anne, “A Curriculum of the Streets Through the Camera Lens: Marginalized Canadian Women and Smoking,” In Reconsidering Canadian Curriculum Studies, Nicholas Ng-a-Fook & Jennifer Rottman (Eds.) New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012, pp. 147-161.
  2. Cook, Sharon Anne, “From Flapper to Sophisticate: Canadian Women University Students as Smokers, 1920–1960,” In The Real Dope: Social, Legal, and Historical Perspectives on the Use and Regulation of Drug Use in Canada, Edgar-Andre Montigny (Ed.), Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2010, pp. 83-122.
  3. Cook, Sharon Anne, “Dads Hanging Diapers Out to Dry,” In Feminist Journeys/Voles feminists, Marguerite Andersen (Ed.) Toronto: Feminist History Society, 2010, pp. 97-101.
  4. Cook, Sharon Anne., “Patriotism Eh? A View from Canada,” In Pledging Allegiance: The Politics of Patriotism in America’s Schools, Joel Westheimer (Ed.), New York, Teachers’ College Press, 2007, pp. 145-153. Used as a core resource by permission of the author by professors at the Harvard Graduate School to teach analytical writing in the course, Civic Identity and Education in a Multicultural Context.
  5. Cook, Sharon Anne, “Women in the Anglican Church in Canada,” In Encyclopedia of Women and Religion in North America, Rosemary Skinner Keller & Rosemary Radford Ruether, (Eds.), Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2006, pp. 279-285.
  6. Epp, Juanita Ross and Sharon Anne Cook, “The (Male) Advantage of a Feminist Mother,” In Mother Outlaws: Theories and Practices of Empowered Mothering, Andrea O’Reilly (Ed.), Toronto: Women’s Press, 2004, pp. 75-94.
  7. Cook, Sharon Anne, “Smokin’ in the Boys’ Room: Girls’ Absence in Anti-Smoking Educational Literature,” In Out of the Ivory Tower: Feminist Research for Social Change, Andrea Martinez and Meryn Stuart (Eds.), Toronto: Sumach Press, pp. 25-48.
  8. Cook, Sharon Anne, “Ada Gladys Killins,” In Framing Our Past: Canadian Women’s History in the Twentieth Century, Sharon Anne Cook, Lorna R. McLean & Kate O’Rourke (Eds.) Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press, 2002, pp. 41-44.
  9. Cook, Sharon Anne, “Introduction, In Framing Our Past: Canadian Women’s History in the Twentieth Century, Sharon Anne Cook, Lorna R. McLean and Kate O’Rourke (Eds.) Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2002, pp. xxiii-xxix.
  10. Cook, Sharon Anne, “Evangelical Moral Reform: Women and the War Against Tobacco, 1874-1900,” In Religion and Public Life: Historical and Comparative Themes, Marguerite Van Die (Ed.) Toronto: University of Toronto, 2001, pp. 177-195.
  11. Cook, Sharon Anne, “The Canadian Woman’s Christian Temperance Union,” nCanadian History in Multimedia: 1867 to the Present, Chris Hackett and Bob Hesketh (Eds.) Edmonton: Chinook Multimedia Inc, 2001.
  12. Cook, Sharon Anne, “To ‘bear the burdens of others profitably’: The Changing Role of Women in the Diocese of Ottawa, 1896-1996,” In Anglicanism in the Ottawa Valley, F.A. Peake (Ed.) Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1997, pp. 129-154.
  13. Cook, Sharon Anne, “Beyond the Congregation: Women and Canadian Evangelicalism Reconsidered,” In Aspects of the Canadian Evangelical Experience, G.A. Rawlyk (Ed.) Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press, 1997, pp. 403-416.
  14. Cook, Sharon Anne, “The Ontario Young Woman’s Christian Temperance Union: A Study in Female Evangelicalism, 1874–1930,” In Changing Roles of Women Within the Christian Church in Canada, Marilyn Fardig Whiteley, & Elizabeth Muir (Eds.) Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1995, pp. 299-320.
  15. Cook, Sharon Anne & Jacquie Riley, “The Case for a Gender Issues Course in Teacher Education,” In Multicultural Education, F. Schultz (Ed.), Guilford, CT: The Dushkin Publishing Group, 1994, pp. 54-55.

Papers In Refereed Journals

  1. Cook, Sharon Anne, “Reflections of a Peace Educator: The Power and the Challenges of Peace Education with Pre-Service Teachers.” Curriculum Inquiry 44 (4), 2014, in press.
  2. McLean, L.R. & Sharon Anne Cook, “Viability For Sustainability: Two Sides of the Coin for Global Education in Faculties of Education,” The International Journal of Development Education and Global Learning, 3(2), 2011, pp. 39-56.
  3. Llewellyn, Kristina R., Sharon Anne Cook & Luz AMolina,”Civic Learning: Moving from the Apolitical to the Socially Just,” Journal of Curriculum Studies, May 2010, pp. 1-22.
  4. Cook, Sharon Anne, “Give Peace a Chance: The Diminution of Peace in Global Education in the United States, United Kingdom and Canada,” Canadian Journal of Education, 31(4), 2008, pp. 889-914. Chosen by the Canadian Society For Studies in Education to be summarized and posted on its website as part of its knowledge mobilization initiative: ?Knowledge Snapshot: the Cutting Edge of Educational Scholarship in Canada?.
  5. Cook, Sharon Anne, “‘Sisters are Doin’ it for Themselves: The Price of Ignoring Gender in Modern Peace Education,” Peace Research: The Canadian Journal of Peace and Conflict Studies, 39(1-2), 2008, pp. 59-74.
  6. McLean, L.R., Sharon Anne Cook & Tracy Crowe, “Teaching Global Citizenship Education in a Teacher Education,” The International Journal of Citizenship and Education, 4(1), 2008, pp. 12-26.
  7. Cook, Sharon Anne, “From Evil Influence to Social Facilitator: Representations of Youth Smoking, Drinking and Citizenship in English-Language Canadian Health Textbooks, 1890–1960,” Journal of Curriculum Studies, 40(6), 2008, pp. 1-32.Named for honourable mention as best article in educational history by the Canadian History of Education Association in 2009
  8. Cook, Sharon Anne, “Liberation Sticks or Coffin Nails? Representations of the Working Woman and Cigarette Smoking in Canada, 1919 – 1939,” Canadian Bulletin of Medical History, 24(2), 2007, pp. 367-401.
  9. McLean, L. R., Sharon Anne Cook & & Tracy Crowe, “Educating the Next Generation of Global Citizens through Teacher Education, One new teacher at a time,” Canadian Social Studies, 40(1), Summer 2006.
  10. Cook, Sharon Anne, “Where There’s Smoke, There’s Fire: Tobacco Use and the Construction of the Canadian Citizen, 1890 – 1930,” The Social History of Alcohol and Drugs: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 21(1), 2006, pp. 69-95.
  11. Cook, Sharon Anne, “A Case Study of Teacher Education: Rethinking Feminist Leadership,” Canadian Journal of Education/Révue canadienne de l’éducation, 26(4), 2004, pp. 419-435. Named as runner-up for best article in the Canadian Journal of Education in 2004.
  12. Cook, Sharon Anne, “The Male Advantage of a Feminist Mother,” Journal of the Association for Research on Mothering, 2 (1), 2000, pp. 7-27.
  13. Duquette, Cheryll & Sharon Anne Cook, “Professional Development Schools: Pre-service Candidates’ Learning and Sources of Knowledge,” Alberta Journal of Educational Research, XLV (2),1999, pp. 98-207.
  14. Cook, Sharon Anne, “Archives and the Classroom,” Archivaria, 44 (1), 1997, pp. 102-117.
  15. Cook, Sharon Anne, ‘Do not …do anything that you cannot unblushingly tell your mother:’ Gender and Social Purity in Canada,” Histoire social/Social History, XXX (60), 1997, pp. 215-238.
  16. Duquette, Cheryll & Sharon Anne Cook, “Looking Backward and Forward: Two Academics’ Reflections on Professional Development School Projects in One Canadian Contex,” Brock Education, 7 (1), 1997, pp. 32-41.
  17. Cook, Sharon Anne, “’Sowing Seed for the Master’: The Ontario W.C.T.U. and Evangelical Feminism, 1874–1930,” Journal of Canadian Studies, 30 (3), pp. 175-194, 1995.
  18. Cook, Sharon Anne & Brian McClean, “The Professional Development School in Canada: One Partnership Experience,” McGill Journal of Education, 30 (3), 1995, pp. 311-321.
  19. Cook, Sharon Anne, “‘A Gallant Little Band’: Bertha Wright and the Late Nineteenth-Century Evangelical Woman,” Journal of the Canadian Church Historical Society, 37 (1), 1995, pp. 3-21.
  20. Cook, Sharon Anne, “‘Ernest Christian Women, bent on saving our Canadian Youth’: The Ontario Woman’s Christian Temperance Union and Scientific Temperance Instruction, 1881-1930,” Ontario History, LXXXVI (1), 1994, pp. 249-267.
  21. Duquette, Cheryll & Sharon Anne Cook, “Five Ontario Professional Development School Projects: Conditions for Success,” Journal of Professional Studies, 1 (2), 1994, pp. 60-72.
  22. Cook, Sharon Anne, “Educating for Temperance: The Woman’s Christian Temperance Union and Ontario Children, 1880–1916,”,Historical Studies in Education/Revue d’histoire de l’education, 1993, pp. 251-277.
  23. Cook, Sharon Anne, “Letitia Youmans: Ontario’s Nineteenth-Century Temperance Educator,” Ontario History, LXXXIV (4), 1992, pp. 329-342.