Last updated: October 9, 2022
Evenden, M. “Water Purity, Health and Expertise: Debating Fluoridation in Vancouver during the 1950s.” Canadian Journal of Health History 39(2) (2022): 311-339.
Giacomo Parrinello, Simone Neri Serneri, Debjani Bhattacharyya, Ruth A. Morgan, Corey Ross, David Pietz, and Matthew Evenden, “Rethinking the Entangled History of Water and Power,” Contemporanea XXV(2) (2022): 319-344, DOI: 10.1409/103867
Evenden, M. “Stowaway Beetles: Carl Lindroth, the Ballast Theory and Trans-Atlantic Science in the Cold War,” Environmental History 26(3) (2021): 508-532.
Cohn, Julie, Matthew Evenden and Marc Landry. 2020. “Water powers: the Second World War and the mobilization of hydroelectricity in Canada, the United States, and Germany,” Journal of Global History 15(1): 123-147.
Evenden, M. 2018. “Beyond the Organic Machine? New Approaches in River Historiography,” Environmental History 23(4): 698-720.
Evenden, M. 2017. “Aluminum’s Permanent Revolution,” in Simo Laakkonen, Richard P. Tucker and Timo Vuorisalo, ed. The Long Shadows: A Global Environmental History of the Second World War (Corvallis: Portland State University Press).
Evenden, M. 2017. “Harold Innis’ Essays in Economic History: An Introduction,” in Mary Q. Innis ed. Harold A. Innis, Essays in Canadian Economic History  (Toronto: University of Toronto Press), v-xx.
Evenden, M. 2016. “Transboundary Power Flows,” in Lynne Heasley and Daniel McFarlane, ed. Border Flows: A Century of the Canadian-American Water Relationship (Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2016), pp. 113-121.
Evenden, M and Jonathan Peyton. 2016. “Hydroelectricity,” in R.W. Sandwell, ed. Powering Up Canada: A History of Power, Fuel and Energy from 1600 (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press), pp. 251-273.
Evenden, M. 2015. Allied Power: Mobilizing Hydro-Electricity during Canada’s Second World War (Toronto: University of Toronto Press)
Evenden M. 2015. “Space, Time and Environment: The Historical Geography of Graeme Wynn,” Historical Geography 43: 175-176.
Evenden M. 2013. “Introduction,” Beyond the Culture of Nature: Rethinking Canadian and Environmental Studies. Journal of Canadian Studies (Fall) 47(2): 5-15.
Evenden, M. ed. 2013 Beyond the Culture of Nature: Rethinking Canadian and Environmental Studies. Journal of Canadian Studies (Fall) 47(2): 1-258
Evenden, M. 2013. “World War as a Factor in Energy Transitions: The Case of Canadian Hydroelectricity,” Energy Transitions in History, ed. Richard Unger. Rachel Carson Center (RCC) Perspectives: 91-94.
Evenden, M. 2013. “The Northern Vision of Harold Innis,” in Harold Innis and the North, ed. William Buxton (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press)
Castonguay, S. and M. Evenden, “Introduction,” in S. Castonguay and M. Evenden, eds. 2012. Urban Rivers: Remaking Rivers, Cities and Space in Europe and North America (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press)
Castonguay, S. and M. Evenden, “Conclusion,” in S. Castonguay and M. Evenden, eds. 2012. Urban Rivers: Remaking Rivers, Cities and Space in Europe and North America (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press)
Castonguay, S. and M. Evenden (eds). 2012. Urban Rivers: Remaking Rivers, Cities and Space in Europe and North America (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press)
Evenden, M. 2011. “Aluminum, Commodity Chains and the Environmental History of the Second World War,” Environmental History 16(1): 69-93.
Evenden, M. 2009. “Mobilizing Rivers: Hydro-electricity, the State and the Second World War in Canada,” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 99(5): 845-855.
Evenden, M. 2009 “Environmental History and Pedagogy: Beyond History and on the Web,” Environmental History 14(4): 737-743.
Evenden, M and Graeme Wynn. 2009. “54:40 or Fight’: Writing Within and Across Boundaries in North American Environmental History,” in Nature’s End: History and the Environment, ed. Paul Warde and Sverker Sorlin (London: Palgrave), pp. 215-246.
Evenden, M, ed. 2009. “Site C Forum,” BC Studies 161: 93-114.
Evenden, M. 2009. “Site C: Considering the Prospect of Another Dam on the Peace River,” AND “History and Inevitability,” BC Studies 161:93-95; 100-102.
Evenden, M. 2009. “Mapping Cold War Canada: George Kimble’s Canadian Military Geography, 1949,” Method and Meaning in Canadian Environmental History ed. Alan MacEachern and Bill Turkel (Thomson Nelson), pp. 254-270.
Evenden, M. and Alan MacEachern, 2007. “Guest Editors’ Introduction to Special Canada Issue,” Environmental History 12(4): 755-758.
Evenden, M. and Alan MacEachern, ed., 2007. “Special Canada Issue,” Environmental History 12(4): 751-1070.
Evenden, M. 2006. “La mobilisation des rivières et des fleuves pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale: Québec et l’hydroélectricité, 1939-1945,” Revue d’histoire de l’Amerique Francaise 60(1-2):125-162.
Evenden, M., 2006. “George Barker (b.1853- d. 1929),” Dictionary of Canadian Biography (Toronto: University of Toronto Press).
Evenden, M., 2006. “Fish vs. Power on the Fraser River,” in A History of Water: The Political Economy of Water, Eds. Richard Coopey and Terje Tvedt (London: I. B. Tauris).
Evenden, M., 2006. “Precarious Foundations: Irrigation, Environment and Social Change in the Canadian Pacific Railway’s Eastern Section, 1900-1930,” Journal of Historical Geography 32(1): 74-95.
Evenden, M., 2005. “A View from the Bush: Space, Environment and the Historiography of Science,” Scientia Canadensis: Canadian Journal of the History of Science, Technology and Medicine 28: 27-37.
Evenden, M.and H. V. Nelles, 2005. “The Bow: Calgary’s Sanitary River,” Journal of the West, 44(3): 30-37.
Evenden, M., 2004. Fish versus Power: An Environmental History of the Fraser River (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).*Winner of the Clio Prize (British Columbia), 2005, Canadian Historical Association. Awarded to the best book in BC history.*
Evenden, M., 2004. “Locating Science, Locating Salmon: Institutions, Linkages and Spatial Practices in Early British Columbia Fisheries Science,” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 22(3): 355-372.
Evenden, M., 2004. “Social and Environmental Change at Hells Gate, British Columbia,” Journal of Historical Geography 30(1): 130-153.
Evenden, M. and Graeme Wynn, 2004. “Canada,” Encyclopedia of World Environmental History, Vol 1 of 3. (London: Routledge): 183-187.
Evenden, M., 2004. “The Northern Vision of Harold Innis,” in Nation and Society: Readings in Post-Confederation Canadian History, Eds. Margaret Conrad and Alvin Finkel (Toronto: Pearson Education Canada), pp. 287-305.
Evenden, M., 2004. “Re-Reading Historical Geography,” Review of Alan Baker, Geography and History: Bridging the Divide in H-Environment.
Evenden, M., 2000.“Remaking Hells Gate:Salmon, Science and the Fraser River,” BC Studies 127:47-82.
Evenden, M., 1999.”The Northern Vision of Harold Innis,” Journal of Canadian Studies 34(3):162-186.
Evenden, M., 1998. “Harold Innis, the Arctic Survey and Politics of Social Science during the Second World War,” Canadian Historical Review, 79(1):39-68.
Kirk, David A., M. Evenden and Pierre Mineau, 1996.”Past and Current Attempts to Evaluate the Role of Birds as Predators of Insect Pests in Temperate Agriculture,” Current Ornithology Vol. 13, edited by V. Nolan Jr. and E. D. Ketterson (New York: Plenum Press, 1996):175-269.
Evenden, M., 1995.“The Labourers of Nature:Economic Ornithology and the Role of Birds as Agents of Biological Pest Control in North American Agriculture, ca. 1880-1930,” Forest and Conservation History 39(4):172-183.