JAMES BAKER Ph.D.

Per Course Instructor

Memorial University

JAMES BAKER Ph.D.

Featured Research

Most Recent Publication


Baker, James, and Leah K. Hamiliton. 2020. Interrogating Canada’s Response to the Syrian Crisis: Analyzing the Observations of Post-Secondary Youth. In Leah K. Hamilton, Luisa Veronis, & Margaret Walton-Roberts (Eds.), A National Project: Syrian Refugee Resettlement in Canada. (pp. 175-194). Montreal; Kingston; London; Chicago: McGill-Queen's University Press.


Previous Publications


Baker, James. 2017. "Through the Looking Glass: White First-year University Students' Observations of Racism in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada." Sociological Inquiry  87 (2): 362-384. Abstract Available Here


Baker, James, Jonathan Price, and Kenneth Walsh. 2016. “Unwelcoming Communities: Youth Observations of Racism in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.” Journal of Youth Studies 19 (1): 103-116. Abstract Available Here
 

Baker, James, Chris William Martin, and Jonathan Price. 2016. Becoming 'Nagarikharu': Unsettled Lives and Identity Formation among Bhutanese Refugees. In Morgan Poteet & Shiva Nourpanah (Eds.), After the Flight: The Dynamics of Refugee Settlement and Integration (pp. 1-20). Cambridge Scholars Publishing: Newcastle Upon Tyne. Here


Baker, James. 2014. “A Newfoundland Ethnicity? The Political Implications of a Post-Confederation Newfoundland Nationalism.” Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism 14 (1): 74-100. Abstract Available Here

Baker, James. 2013. “Just Kids? Peer Racism in a Predominantly White City” Refuge: Canada’s Journal on Refugees 29 (1): 75-85. Open Access Article Here

Baker, James. 2012. “As Loved Our Fathers: The Strength of Patriotism Among Young Newfoundlanders.” National Identities 14 (4): 367-386. Abstract Available Here