(As Dorothy Stewart)
2006 References to Pre-Confederation (1949) Newfoundland Mi’kmaq Settlement: A historical literature survey. Report prepared for the Federation of Newfoundland Indians.
2002 Land Claim Report, Supplement. With Shayne McDonald. Report prepared for the Federation of Newfoundland Indians.
2002 ’The Micmac Shore’: Micmac Family History on the West Coast of Newfoundland. With Marlene Companion. Report prepared for the Federation of Newfoundland Indians.
(As Dorothy Anger)
1999 Other Worlds: Society Seen Through Soap Opera Peterborough ON: Broadview Press (Click title for Amazon link)
1998 “Forgotten Indians”. An hour long documentary on the history and present-day situation of the Mi’kmaq of Newfoundland. CBC Newfoundland’s Sunday Best April.
1996 “Portugese Recipes”. An hour long documentary on 500 years of contact between Portugal and Newfoundland through the Grand Banks cod fishery. CBC Newfoundland’s Sunday Best series April. Finalist certificate of merit 1996 New York International Radio Awards.
1995 “Rwanda Maps”. An hour long documentary on the aftermath of the 1994 genocide and the role of Canadian UN peacekeepers in Rwanda. CBC Newfoundland January & September on CBC National Ideas. Best of International Radio Programming, New York International Radio Awards 1995.
1994 “Other Worlds: The worlds of soap opera”. Two-part documentary series CBC National Radio Ideas. A comparative examination of television continuing serials in North America and Great Britain.
1994 Micmac Survival in Newfoundland: The Continuity of Bands in the Twentieth Century. With Dr. Adrian Tanner, for the Federation of Newfoundland Indians and Halley Hunt law firm, St. John’s Newfoundland.
1993 “Easter Rising: A vacation in the North of Ireland”. A drama-documentary on Northern Ireland politics, for CBC Newfoundland.
1992 “Africa Dance”. A one-hour drama-documentary of the experiences of a development worker in Northern Ghana, for CBC Newfoundland. Serialized on CBC National Morningside. Best Long Feature, Gabriel Awards, UNDA USA, the American Association of Catholic broadcasters.
1989 “‘No queremos el refugio’: Conservation and community in Costa Rica” in Alternatives, University of Guelph, June.
1988 Nogwa’mkisk: Where the Sand Blows … Vignettes of Bay St. George Micmacs. Port au Port NL: Bay St. George Regional Band Council. (Click title for Amazon link or here for online text)
1987 “Women on the Rigs in the Newfoundland Offshore Oil Industry”. With Richard Fuchs and Gary Cake, in Jane Lewis et al., eds. (London: MacMillan) Women, Work and Family in British, Canadian and Norwegian Oilfields (Click title for Amazon link)
1986 Women and Work in Newfoundland. With Carmelita McGrath and Sandra Pottle. St. John’s: Royal Commission on Employment and Unemployment Technical Report, Government of Newfoundland.
1985 ‘You have to be strong in yourself’’: Women in the Newfoundland Offshore Oil Industry. For the Petroleum Directorate, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador.
1983 Putting it back together: Micmac political identity in Newfoundland. Memorial University, St. John’s NL, Department of Anthropology, M.A. Thesis (MUN Collection)
1982 Traces: Micmac Material Culture in Newfoundland. With Brenda Clark. For the Newfoundland Museum and Conne River Micmac Museum.
1980 “The Micmac of Newfoundland: A resurgent culture” in Culture, Journal of the Canadian Ethnology Society 1:1.