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— . 1999 – "A Few Things in the Way of Curios: Historic Ivories at the Canadian Museum of Civilization." Inuit Art Quarterly 14(4): pp. 28-32.

— . 2002 – "Harry Teseuke, Captain Comer's Mate: Historic Ivories at the Canadian Museum of Civilization, part II. " Inuit Art Quarterly 17(4): pp. 42-45.

— . 2003 – "Uqaamak's Collection: Historic Ivories at the Canadian Museum of Civilization, part III." Inuit Art Quarterly 18(3): pp. 36-37.

— . 2003 – "Early Ivories from Cape Dorset: Part IV of Historic Ivories at the Canadian Museum of Civilization." Inuit Art Quarterly 18(4): pp. 20-21.

— . 2004 – " Playthings from the Keewatin." Inuit Art Quarterly 19(3): tbd.