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A. Bronfman, Birth of a Station: Broadcasting, Governance and the Waning Colonial State in Jamaica, Small Axe, vol. July, no. 44, pp. 36-52, 2014.
A. Bronfman, Weapons of the Geek: Romantic Narratives, Sonic Technologies, and Tinkerers in 1930s Santiago, Cuba, 2012, pp. 55-70.
A. Bronfman, A Contingent Liaison? Slavery, Social Science and Medicine, in Slavery and Freedom in the Atlantic World: Statutes, Science and the Seas, University of Michigan and University of Windsor, 2006.
A. Bronfman, A Contingent Liaison: Social Science and Medicine in the 19th Century, in Obeah and Other Powers, D. Paton and Ford, M. Durham: Duke University Press, 2012.
A. Bronfman, The Fantastic Flying Donkey and the Tattoo, RADICAL HISTORY REVIEW, vol. 2012, pp. 134-142, 2012.
A. Bronfman, A Contingent Liaison? Slavery, Social Science and Medicine in the Nineteenth-Century Caribbean, in University of Womens' Studies Colloquium Series, University of British Columbia, 2006.
J. Brendebach, Herzer, M., and Tworek, H., Exorbitant Expectations: International Organizations and the Media in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. London: Routledge, 2018.
D. Breen, CALGARY: THE CITY AND THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY SINCE WORLD WAR TWO, Urban History Review/Revue d'histoire urbaine, vol. 6, p. 55, 1977.
D. Breen, Atlantic No. 3 Disaster: From Raging Inferno to Beacon of Promise, in Harm’s Way: Disasters in Western Canada., A. Rasparish and Foran, M. Calgary, Alberta: University of Calgary Press , 2004, pp. 157-175.
D. Breen, The Northwest Irrigation Act 1894, 2001.
D. Breen and CRKN, C. Publishers, Alberta's petroleum industry and the Conservation Board. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 1993.
D. Breen, "King of the Wildcatters": The Life and Times of Tom Slick, 1883-1930, The Journal of American History, vol. 85. pp. 264-265, 1998.
D. Breen, The Ranching Frontier in Canada, 1875–1905, in The Prairie West to 1905: A Canadian Source Book, L. G. Thomas Toronto: OUP, 1975, pp. 217–397.
D. Breen, Macleod, R. C., and Board, A. Records Pu, William Stewart Herron: father of the petroleum industry in Alberta, vol. 5. Calgary, Alta: Alberta Records Publication Board, 1984.
D. Breen, 1947: The Making of Modern Alberta, in  Alberta Formed-Alberta Transformed, M. Payne and Wetherell, D. Edmonton and Calgary, Alberta: University of Alberta and University of Calgary Press , 2005.
D. H. Breen, Anglo-American rivalry and the evolution of Canadian petroleum policy to 1930, The Canadian historical review, vol. 62, pp. 283-303, 1981.
D. Breen, Canada, N. Film Board, and Canada), N. Museum of, The ranching frontier in the Canadian West, 1874-1905, vol. ser. 1, v. 16. 1974.
D. Breen, The Turner Thesis and the Canadian West: A Closer Look at the Ranching Frontier, in Essays on Western History, L. G. Thomas Edmonton: The University of Alberta Press, 1976, pp. 146–156.
D. Breen, Private versus Public Water Rights: the Foundation of Water Law in the Canadian Prairie West, International Water History Conference Alexandria, December 2003. International History Association and UNESCO, Bergen, Norway, 2004.
D. Breen, Coates, K., Chung, W. B., and Collection, M. H. Chung, The Pacific National Exhibition: an illustrated history. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1982.
D. Breen, Alberta's petroleum industry & the Conservation Board, Books in Canada, vol. 22. p. 25, 1993.
D. Breen, John Ware: The Good Neighbour , One hour documentary for the History Channel, vol. Great North Productions, Edmonton, 1998.
D. Breen and Thomas, L. G., The Prairie west to 1905: a Canadian sourcebook. Toronto: Oxford University Press Canada, 1975.
D. Breen, The CPR and Western Petroleum, 1904–24, in CPR West: The Iron Road and the Making of a Nation, H. A. Dempsey Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 1984, pp. 229–244, 321–324.
D. Breen, "William Pearce," (Category IV Biography) Vol. XV, in press., Dictionary of Canadian Biography, vol. XV. University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division, Toronto, Ont., 2005.