Catherine’s writing appears in the best-selling Trudeau Albums (Penguin Books), The Globe and Mail, and a Gulbenkian Museum exhibition catalogue. She holds a M.A. in history from McGill University and has been published in many academic journals and anthologies of Canadian history, including The British Journal of Canadian Studies.

With a current focus on creative and business writing, she has conceived of and delivered content for multimedia projects, websites, television and radio, press releases, business plans, and promotional collateral.

“Review: John Lennon, Yoko Ono, and the Year Canada Was Cool”, Canadian Historical Review, Forthcoming

“Review: Visual Culture at the Banff School of Fine Arts”, Canadian Historical Review, Forthcoming

“Review: In Search of Expo 67” Canadian Historical Review, Forthcoming

“Review: Landscape Architecture in Canada”, British Journal of Canadian Studies(Liverpool University Press), Spring 2016

“Review: Making Toronto Modern”, British Journal of Canadian Studies (Liverpool University Press), Spring 2016

“My Own Private Trudeau”, originally published in The Globe and Mail,  Donald Wright, ed., Canadian Studies: An Introductory Reader (Kendall-Hunt, 2004)

“The Sphinx”, in best-selling Trudeau Albums (Penguin Books, 2000)

“My Own Private Trudeau”, Globe and Mail, October 18, 1999

“Promoting Prophylactics: The Birth Control Society of Hamilton’s Very Public Profile”, in Ontario History, (The Ontario Historical Society), Spring 1998. [peer reviewed]

“Eager Eugenicists: A Reappraisal of the Birth Control Society of Hamilton”, in L’Histoire Sociale/Social History, (University of Ottawa Press), May 1994. [peer reviewed]

An Unwitting Distortion: An Interview with Uno Hoffmann”, in Hoffmann: Trabalhos Mais Recentes, Exhibition Catalogue, Gulbenkian Museum of Modern Art Lisbon, 1990