Scott Rutherford

Scott Rutherford

Continuing Adjunct Associate Professor

PhD (History), Queen's University

Mackintosh-Corry Hall, A415

Queen's University

Global Development Studies

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Scott is an Associate Professor in Global Development Studies and the Cultural Studies Graduate Program. His research interests include transnational Canadian social and cultural history and histories of anti-colonial movements in North America. He is the co-editor of Canada and the Third World: Overlapping Histories (University of Toronto Higher Education Press, 2015) and wrote Canada’s Other Red Scare: Indigenous Protest and Colonial Encounters during the Global Sixties (McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2020).

Articles/Book Chapters:

Rutherford, Scott “"We Have Bigotry All Right—but No Alabamas": Racism and Aboriginal Protest in Canada during the 1960s” The American Indian Quarterly, 41:2, Spring 2017, 158-179.

Rutherford, Scott, "Canada's Other Red Scare: Indigenous anti-colonialism and the Anicinabe Park Occupation," in Dan Berger (ed), The Hidden 1970s: Histories of Radicalism (Rutgers University Press, 2010).

Co-edited Books:

Dubinsky, Karen, Sean Mills and Scott Rutherford (eds), Canada and the 'Third World': An Historical Introduction (Toronto: University of Toronto Educational Press, 2016) 

Rutherford, Scott, et. al. (eds), New World Coming: The Sixties and the Shaping of Global Consciousness (Toronto: Between the Lines Press, 2009).

Co-edited Journals

Austin, David, Sean Mills and Scott Rutherford (eds). Race and Class: special issue "Canada: colonial amnesia and the legacy of empire,"52:1 (July-September, 2010).

Canada and the Third World Overlapping Histories