(Invited and submitted) Hanrahan, Maura. Good and Bad Indians: Romanticizing the Beothuck and Denigrating the Mi’kmaq. In Traces of Ochre: Changing Perspectives on the Beothuk. Fiona Polack, ed. Chapter. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
(Submitted) Hanrahan, Maura. Black Tickle Case Study. Newfoundland and Labrador Drinking Water Project. PI: Kelly Vodden, EPI.
(Submitted) Hanrahan, M., A. Sarkar and A. Hudson. Exploring Water Insecurity in a Northern Indigenous Community in Canada: The “Never Ending Job” of the Southern Inuit of Black Tickle, Labrador. Arctic Anthropology.
(2014). Hanrahan, Maura. “A People of Nation Caralit and their Southern Inuit Descendants: Exploring the Inuit Presence in the Unknown Labrador.” In Kitaskino: Northern Aboriginal Communities: Key Issues, Challenges, and Visions for the Future, eds. Herman Michell and Cathy Wheaton. University of Saskatchewan Press.
(2013) Hanrahan, M. Revisiting”Learning to Mediate Social Change: Interviews With Two Community Leaders” (Bill Edmunds and Bart Jack) by Amarjit Singh. The Morning Watch: Educational and Social Analysis: 40th Anniversary Issue, theme: Indigenizing the Academy, 40 (3-4): 35-41.
(2013) Hanrahan, Maura. Indigenizing the Academy: An institutional case study of one university. The Morning Watch: Educational and Social Analysis, 40(3-4): 109-115.
(2013) Hanrahan, M. Rendered Invisible: An Analysis of the Print Media Reaction to the formation of Qalipu Mi’kmaq First Nation. Native Studies Review.
(2012) Hanrahan, Maura. Pine-Clad Hills and Spindrift Swirl: The Character, Persistence and Significance of Rural Newfoundland Foodways. In Edible Histories, Cultural Politics: Towards a Canadian Food History (F. Iacovetta, V. Korinek and M. Epp, eds.), 85-93.
(2012) Hanrahan, Maura. Tracing Social Change among the Labrador Inuit and Inuit-Metis: What does the nutrition literature tell us? In Settlement, Subsistence, and Change among the Labrador Inuit: The Nunatsiavummiut experience. David Natcher, Larry Felt, and Andrea Procter, eds. 2012.Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press. This first appeared as an article in Food, Culture and Society (reference below).
(2012) Hanrahan, Maura. The historical and cultural significance of fish and brewis in Newfoundland and Labrador. Provincial Historic Commemoration Program, Department of Tourism, Culture and Recreation, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador.
(2009) Hanrahan, Maura. The Newfoundland Tsunami of 1929. Provincial Historic Commemoration Program, Department of Tourism, Culture and Recreation, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador.
(2008) Hanrahan, Maura. Human Rights in Canada: Submission to the Universal Periodic Review on Human Rights to the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), United Nations, Geneva, Switzerland. International Presentation Association (non-governmental organization with consultative status at the UN), New York.
(2008) Hanrahan, M. Carrying the Pipe: Maliseet Elder, Healer and Teacher Imelda Perley. Canadian Woman Studies, 31-37.
(2008) Hanrahan, M. Tracing Social Change among the Labrador Inuit and Inuit-Metis: What does the nutrition literature tell us? Food, Culture and Society: Special Issue on Canada. 11 (3): 315-333.
(2008) Hanrahan, M. Resisting Colonialism in Nova Scotia: The Kesukwitk Mi’kmaq, Centralization and Residential Schooling. Native Studies Review, 17 (1): 25-44.
(2006) Hanrahan, Maura. Blueprint on Indigenous Health: a 10-year transformative plan. (Blueprint tabled at Kelowna First Ministers’ Conference, Dec., 2005 as part of the Kelowna Accord.) Aboriginal Health Blueprint Secretariat, First Nations and Inuit Health Branch, Health Canada. Ottawa, ON.
(2006) Hanrahan, Maura. Identification of land claims and legal research requirements. Research Council, Mi’gmawei Mawiomi Secretariat, Listuguj, Quebec.
(2006) Hanrahan, Maura. Domino: The Eskimo Coast Disaster. St. John’s: Flanker Press.
(2004) Hanrahan, Maura. Tsunami: The Newfoundland Tidal Wave Disaster. St. John’s: Flanker Press. Winner of the 2005 Heritage and History Award, Historic Sites Association; Short-listed for the 2005 Rogers Cable Newfoundland and Labrador Book Award for Non-fiction.
(2003) Hanrahan, Maura. The Lasting Breach: The Omission of Aboriginal People from the Terms of Union with Canada. Royal Commission on Renewing and Strengthening Our Place in Canada, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, St. John’s, NL. Excerpts from this report have been incorporated into the school curriculum of Nunavut, Canada and appear on the collaborative web site The Inuit Through Moravian Eyes.
(2003) Hanrahan, Maura. The Doryman. St. John’s: Flanker Press.
(2003) Hanrahan, M. Water Rights and Wrongs: Water Access in Indigenous Canada. Alternatives; Canadian Environmental Ideas and Action, 29 (1): 31-34.
(2002) Hanrahan, M. Identifying Innu and Inuit Health Needs in Urban Health Care Settings. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 93 (2): 149-152.
(2001) Hanrahan, M. With Marg Ewtushik (eds.). A Veritable Scoff: Sources on Foodways and Nutrition in Newfoundland and Labrador. St. John’s: Flanker Press.
(2001) Hanrahan, M. Salmon at the Centre: Ritual, Identity and the Negotiation of Life Space in Labrador Metis Society. In From Red Ochre to Black Gold (D. McGrath, ed., St. John’s, NL: Flanker Press), 146-155.
(2000) Hanrahan M. Industrialization and the Politicization of Health in Labrador Métis Society. Canadian Journal of Native Studies, 20 (2): 233-250.
(1998) Hanrahan, Maura. The Social and Economic Impacts of the Proposed Mine-Mill Project at Voisey’s Bay, Labrador: response to VBNC’s environmental impact statement. Labrador Métis Nation, NL/Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency, Ottawa, ON.
An article about my creative writing appeared in an academic journal in Spain:
Hernáez Lerena. Maria Jesús (2008) Two Voices from Newfoundland: History and Myth addressed by Maura Hanrahan and Paul Butler. Two Interviews. Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses/ (RCEI). Special Issue on Contemporary Canadian Literature, 56 (Spring): 99-122.