Landscapes of Injustice Impact Statement
Exile: Re Persons of the Japanese Race with Eric Adams, under contract with the University of British Columbia Press (Landmark Cases in Canadian Law series).
Landscapes of Injustice: The Dispossession of Japanese Canadians, 1941-1952 (McGill-Queens Press, in press, summer 2020).
Witness to Loss: Race, Culpability, and Memory in the Dispossession of Japanese Canadians, ed. with Pamela Sugiman (Montreal: McGill-Queens Press, 2017)
Landscapes of Injustice
Faculty of Humanities Award for Research Excellence, UVIC
Award of Excellence, Education Category, Canadian Race Relations Foundation
Best Article Prize, Political History Group of the Canadian Historical Association for “Promises of Law,” with Eric Adams
Best Article Prize, Canadian Committee on Migration, Ethnicity, and Transnationalism of the Canadian Historical Association for “Promises of Law,” with Eric Adams.
Finalist, Wilson Institute Book Prize ($10,000) for Witness to Loss
Best article in the Journal of Planning History (2015-2017), The Society for American City and Regional Planning History for “Suspect Properties.”
2014 Best Article Prize
Canadian Committee on Migration, Ethnicity, and Transnationalism of the Canadian Historical Association for “Telling a Difficult Past.”
“Why the People’s Party of Canada election result should not be underestimated,” CBC Opinion, November 13, 2019.
“We have seen this before in B.C.” with Eric Adams, Nicholas Blomley, and Vivian Wakabayashi Rygnestad, Canadaland.ca, October 2, 2019.
“Japanese Canadians deserve justice from B.C.” Globe and Mail, September 21, 2019.
“Teahouse plan offers vision for Esquimalt” with John Lutz, Kaitlin Findlay, and Tsugio Kurushima, Times Colonist April 14, 2019
“A political apology is just a beginning,” with Matt James Globe and Mail, December 1, 2017
“A cautionary tale from Canada’s past,” The Toronto Star, November 22, 2017
“Remembering promises-lessons from the 75th anniversary of the dispossession of Japanese Canadians,” with Eric Adams, Vancouver Sun, January 19, 2016 (carried also in the Calgary Herald, the Montreal Gazette, and the Edmonton Journal)
“Lessons from the Japanese Canadian Internments: Policies built on fear won’t make us safer,” with Eric Adams and Laura Madokoro, Globe and Mail, January 19, 2016
“Attack on niqab a backward step for Canada,” with Lynne Marks, Victoria Times Colonist, October 8, 2015
[print] Review: Stanger-Ross and Sugiman’s Witness to Loss shows have evil can be banal. Globe and Mail, February 22, 2018
[print digital] Ashley Moliere, “Vancouver Island Residents seek to rebuild WWII era Japanese teahouse” CBC News (text online), Sept 22, 2019.
[radio] CBC Radio “On the Island” with Gregor Craigie, Sept 19, 2019, “Remembering a Japanese Teahouse in Esquimalt”
[print] Jenny Peng, “Great-Grandson aims to rebuild tea house” Vancouver Star, August 12, 2019