Creative Team Work: Developing Rapid, Site-Switching Ethnography (Pat Armstrong and Ruth Lowndes, eds.), New York: Oxford University Press, 2018.
Negotiating Tensions in Long-Term Residential Care: Ideas Worth Sharing (Pat Armstrong and Ruth Lowndes) Ottawa: Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, 2018, 134pp.
“Complexities, tensions, and promising practices: work in Canadian long-term residential care” (Pat Armstrong and Tamara Daly) in Karen Christensen and Doria Pilling, eds., The Routledge Handbook of Social Care Work Around the World. London: Routledge, 2018.
Wash Wear and Care: Clothing and Laundry in Long-Term Residential Care (Pat Armstrong and Suzanne Day), Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2017, 206 pp.
Exercising Choice in Long-Term Residential Care. (Pat Armstrong and Tamara Daly, eds.) Ottawa: Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, 2017. 128 pp.
“Balancing the Tension in Long-Term Residential Care” Pat Armstrong Ageing International, Online Published online before print, May 24, 2017; DOI: 10.1007/s12126-017-9285-7. In print 43(1):74-90.
“Working for Care: Caring for Work” pp. 101-104 in Patrizia Albanese, Lorne Tepperman and Emily Alexander, eds., Reading Sociology: Canadian Perspectives. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2017.
About Canada: Health Care (Pat Armstrong and Hugh Armstrong), Halifax: Fernwood Publishing, Second edition, 2016, 181 pp.
2019 Barken, R. Old Age as a Social Location: Theorizing Institutional Processes, Cultural Expectations, and Interactional Practices. Sociology Compass, 13(4), 1-14. https://doi.org/10.1111/soc4.12673
2019 Barken, R. ‘Independence’ Among Older People Receiving Support at Home: The Meaning of Daily Care Practices. Ageing & Society, 39(3), 518-540. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0144686X17001039
2018 Barken, R., & Sims-Gould, J. Home Support Workers and Older Men: The Implications of Masculinity for Later Life Care. Men and Masculinities, advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1177%2F1097184X18804308
2017 Barken, R., & Lowndes, R. Supporting Family Involvement in Long-Term Residential Care: Promising Practices for Relational Care. Qualitative Health Research, 28(1), 60-72. https://doi.org/10.1177/1049732317730568.
2016 Barken, R., Daly, T., & Armstrong, P. Family Matters: The Work and Skills of Family Members in Long-Term Residential Care. Journal of Canadian Studies, 50(2), 321-347. https://doi.org/10.3138/jcs.50.2.321.
Beare, Margaret Evelyn
2019 “Canada: Internal Conspiracies—Corruption and Crime”. Handbook of Organized Crime and Politics, Edward Elgar Publishing. Ltd. Edited by Felia Allum and Stan Gilmour. (pages 189-208)
2018 “Shadow Boxing against the Crimes of the Powerful”. In Revisiting Crimes of the Powerful Edited by S. Bittle, L. Snider, S. Tombs & D. Whyte, Routledge Press. (pages 45-59)
2018 “Entitled Ease: Social Milieu of Corporate Criminals” Critical Criminology: An International Journal, Special issue “Crimes of the Powerful: The Canadian Context”. (electronically available—Journal available 2019). (pages 509-526)
Birch, K. (2018) Neoliberal Bio-economies? The Co-construction of Markets and Natures. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Birch, K. (2017) A Research Agenda for Neoliberalism. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
Birch, K. et al. (2017) Business and Society: A Critical Introduction, London: Zed Books.
Birch, K. (2017) Introduction: Techno-economic assumptions, Science as Culture 26(4): 433-444 [Special Issue].
Birch, K. (2017) Rethinking value in the bio-economy: Finance, assetization and the management of value, Science, Technology, and Human Values 42(3): 460-490.
Springer, S., Birch, K. and MacLeavy, J. (eds) (2016) The Handbook of Neoliberalism, London: Routledge.
Birch, K. (2016) Innovation, Regional Development and the Life Sciences: Beyond Clusters, London: Routledge.
2019. Forthcoming. The Material City: The Weight of Numbers. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s Press.
2016 The Lived Experience of the Dying Body. London: Routledge Press.
2016 The Ethics of Care: Moral Knowledge, Communication and the Art of Care-Giving. Co-edited with Professor Stuart Murray. London: Ashgate Press.
2019 “Towards Delicacy, Desire and Dream in the Work of Peter McHugh: A Sociology of Jouissance” in Memory of Peter McHugh. Forthcoming, Montreal: McGill-Queen’s Press.
2016 “Introduction” In The Ethics of Care: Moral Knowledge, Communication and the Art of Care-Giving, edited by Alan Blum and Stuart Murray. London: Ashgate Press, pp. 1-25.
2016 "End of Life as a Symbolic Order: Age in an Era of Mechanical Reproduction" In The Ethics of Care: Moral Knowledge, Communication and the Art of Care-Giving, edited by Alan Blum and Stuart Murray. London: Ashgate Press, pp.134-149.
2016 "The Mental Life of the Metropolis" in Place, Space and Hermeneutics, edited by Bruce Janz. Springer Press, pp. 361-378.
2016 "On the Unending Beginning of Social Inquiry" in The Reflexive Initiative: On the Grounds and Prospects of Analytic Theorizing, edited by Stanley Raffel and Barry Sandywell. Routledge Advances in Sociology Series, pp. 263-288.
2015 “The Border between Intimacy and Anonymity in Innocuous Action: The Greeting as a Social Form.” Journal of Classical Sociology. 16(1): 69-83.
Brock, Deborah, Aryn Martin, Mark Thomas, and Rebecca Raby (Editors) Power and Everyday Practices University of Toronto Press, forthcoming, 2019.
Deborah Brock (Editor) Re-Making Normal: Governing the Social in Neoliberal Times University of British Columbia Press, forthcoming, 2019.
“Sexual Regulation” Nancy Naples, ed., Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Gender-Sexuality Studies Wiley-Blackwell, 2015.
Deborah Brock, Amanda Glasbeek and Carmela Murdocca (Editors) Criminalization,Representation and Regulation Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2014.
Deborah Brock Making Work, Making Trouble: The Social Regulation of Sexual Labour Toronto: University of Toronto Press, Second Edition 2009 (First Edition 1998).
Cavanagh, S.L. (2018). Transgender Embodiment: A Lacanian Approach. The Psychoanalytic Review, 105(3), 303-327.
Cavanagh, S.L. (2018). Bracha L. Ettinger, Jacques Lacan and Tiresias: the Other Sexual Difference. Sitegeist: A Journal for Psychoanalysis and Philosophy. Issue 13. London: The Site for Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 32-50.
Transgender Studies Quarterly, Edited Special double issue: “Transgender and Psychoanalysis”. Introduction. 4(4). 2017. (TSQ is a journal published by Duke University Press.)
Cavanagh, S.L. (2017). Antigone’s legacy: A feminist psychoanalytic of an Other sexual difference. MAMSIE: Studies in the Maternal, 9(1), 4. DOI: http://doi.org/10.16995/sim.223
Cavanagh, S.L. (2016). Tiresias and psychoanalysis with/out Oedipus. European Journal of Psychoanalysis. Retrieved from http://www.journal-psychoanalysis.eu/
Cavanagh, S.L. (2016). Transsexuality as sinthome: Bracha L. Ettinger and the Other (Feminine) sexual difference. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 17(1), 27-44.
Cavanagh. S.L. (2013). Affect, performance and ethnographic methods in Queer Bathroom Monologues. Text and Performance Quarterly, 33(4), 1-22.
Cavanagh, S.L. (2010). Queering Bathrooms: Gender, Sexuality, and the Hygienic Imagination. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
2017 [Special Issue] Coburn, Elaine. Defaire et refaire le sexe, le genre, la sexualité: le sujet intersexe, trans et queer. Contributions by Arnaud Alessandrin, Christophe Broqua, Janik-Bastien Charlebois, Fabian Fajnwaks, Corinne Fortier, Cynthia Kraus, Benjamin Moron-Puech, Bernard Saladin d’Anglure (interviewed by Laetitia Atlani-Duault) and Muriel Salle. Socio. Vol. 9. Pp.237.
2015 [Edited Book] Coburn, Elaine. ‘More Will Sing Their Way to Freedom’: Indigenous Resistance and Resurgence. Contributions by Jennifer Adese, Kelly Aguirre, Cliff (Kam’ayaam/Chachim’muthnii) Atleo, Jeff Denis, Douglas Durst and Elaine Coburn, James (Sa’ke’j) Youngblood Henderson, Hayden King, Jarrett Martineau, Christine Walsh and Shirley Aarrestad, Rima Wilkes and Alex Wilson. Foreword by Emma LaRocque. Halifax: Fernwood Press. Pp.264.
2017 [Review Essay]. Coburn, Elaine. “Against the Grain: Sociology from the Standpoint of Roxana Ng.” Social Justice Studies. Vol. 11, No. 1. Pp.136-159.
---- [Book Chapter] Carroll, William K. and Elaine Coburn. “Counterhegemonic and Cognitive Practice in Transnational Alternative Policy Groups”. Think Tanks: Key Spaces in the Global Production of Power. Edited by Alexandra Sallas-Porras and Georgina Murray. Palgrave Macmillan. Pp.187-217. *This is a substantially revised version of Carroll and Coburn 2016.
2016 [Article] Coburn, Elaine. “Theorizing Colonial Capitalism and Indigenous Liberation: Contemporary Indigenous Scholarship from Lands Claimed by Canada.” Studies in Political Economy. Vol. 97, No. 3. Pp. 285-307.
---- [Research Note] Coburn, Elaine. “Economic Inequality Matters: Reflections on Piketty’s Capital in the 21st Century”. Socialist Studies/Etudes Socialistes. Vol.11, No.1. Pp.193-204.
Darroch, Arthur G. L.
Editor and contributor (chapters 1 and 7) to The Dawn of “Canada’s Century:” Hidden Histories, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2014.
“New sources; New Social Histories,” chapter 1, in Gordon Darroch, (ed.) The Dawn of “Canada’s Century:” Hidden Histories, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2014, pp. 3-18.
“Household Experiences in Canada’s Early Twentieth-Century Transformation,” chapter 7, in Gordon Darroch, (ed.) The Dawn of “Canada’s Century:” Hidden Histories, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2014, pp. 149-90.
“Lives in Motion: Revisiting the ‘Agricultural Ladder’ in 1860s Ontario, a Study of Linked Microdata.” in Peter Baskerville and Kris Inwood (eds), Lives in Transition: Longitudinal Research from Historical Sources, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2015.
“Bigger, bolder, better: Historical images and Canadian population history” a review of Doug Saunders, Maximum Canada: Why 35 Million Canadians Are Not Enough, in the special issue of Canadian Studies in Population, 45, 2018, 1-2: 62-66.
Das Gupta, Tania
“Are You a Bengali Or Are you an Indian? Bengalis in Canada,” Alternate Routes 31(1),2019, Retrieved from http://www.alternateroutes.ca/index.php/ar/article/view/22467
Tania Das Gupta, Carl James, Chris Andersen, Grace Edwards Galabuzi, Roger Maaka), Race and Racialization: Essential Readings. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press, 2018 (second edition), 713 pages. (ISBN 978-1-77338-015-5).
Tania Das Gupta, ”Indian Women and Work in the Diaspora,” Handbook on Indian Diaspora Eds. Radha Hegde and Ajaya Sahoo. New York: Routledge, 2017.
Tania Das Gupta, “Are You a Bengali Or Are you an Indian? Bengalis in Canada,” Proceedings of the Canada 150th: Conference Proceedings on Migration of Bengalis to British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, Sep. 16, 2017.
Tania Das Gupta, Guida Man, Kiran Mirchandani, Roxana Ng, “Class Borders: Chinese and South Asian Canadian Professional Women Navigating the Labour Market,” Journal of Pacific Migration Review, Volume 23, No. 1, 2014, p.55-83.
Pramila Aggarwal and Tania Das Gupta, “Grandmothering at work: Conversations with Sikh Punjabi Grandmothers in Toronto,” South Asian Diaspora, special issue, Vol. V, no. 1, 2013, p.77-90.
Davidson, Deborah (2018). The Need for Bereavement Support Following Perinatal Loss. Bereavement Care 37(1): 31-34.
Davidson, Deborah (Ed. & Chapters Author) (2017). The Tattoo Project: Commemorative Tattoos, Visual Culture and the Digital Archive. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press.
Davidson, Deborah (2017). Art embodied: tattoos as memorials. Bereavement Care 36(1): 33-40.
Khanlou, Nazilla, Nida Mustafa, Luz Maria Vazquez, Deborah Davidson & Karen Yoshida (2017). Mothering children with developmental disabilities: A critical perspective on health promotion. Health Care for Women International 38(66): 613-634.
Davidson, Deborah and Nazilla Khanlou. (2017). Families Experiencing Disability, in Amber Gazso and Karen Kobayashi (eds.) Continuity and Innovation: Canadian Families in the New Millennium, 1e. Toronto: Nelson Education.
Dawson, Andrew C.
Dawson, Andrew (2018). “Police Legitimacy and Homicide: A Macro-Comparative Analysis.” Social Forces 97 (2): 841-866.
Dawson, Andrew (2017). “The Belief in State Legitimacy and Homicide: A Cross-National Analysis.” The Sociological Quarterly 58 (4): 552-575.
Dawson, Andrew (2016). “Political Violence in Consolidated Democracies: The Development and Institutionalization of Partisan Violence in Late Colonial Jamaica (1938-1962).” Social Science History 40 (2): 185-218.
Dawson, Andrew (2013). “The Social Determinants of the Rule of Law: A Comparison of Jamaica and Barbados.” World Development 45: 314-324.
Landolt, Patricia and Luin Goldring. 2019. “Assembling Noncitizen Access to Education in a Sanctuary City: The Place of Public School Administrator Bordering Practices.” Ch. 8 in Xóchitl Bada and Shannon Gleeson (eds.) Accountability Across Borders: Migrant Rights in North America. University of Texas Press. (June).
Macklin, Audrey, Kathryn Barber, Luin Goldring, Jennifer Hyndman, Anna Korteweg, Shauna Labman, Jona Zyfi. 2018. “A Preliminary Investigation into Private Refugee Sponsors.” Canadian Ethnic Studies 50 (2): 35-58.
Landolt, Patricia and Luin Goldring. 2016. “Assembling Noncitizenship through the Work of Conditionality.” Citizenship Studies 19 (8): 853-869 (16 pgs.) Special issue: Theorising Noncitizenship.
Goldring, L. and P. Landolt (eds.). 2013. Producing and Negotiating Non-Citizenship: Precarious Legal Status in Canada. University of Toronto Press.
Riaño-Alcalá, Pilar and Luin Goldring. 2014. “Unpacking Refugee Community Transnational Organizing: The Challenges and Diverse Experiences of Colombians in Canada.” Refugee Survey Quarterly 33(2): 1-28. doi:10.1093/rsq/hdu005
Goldring, Luin and Patricia Landolt. 2012. “The Impact of Precarious Legal Status on Immigrants' Economic Outcomes.” IRPP Study 35. Montreal: Institute for Research on Public Policy. (October).
Goldring, Luin and Patricia Landolt. 2011. “Caught in the Work-Citizenship Matrix: The lasting effects of precarious legal status on work for Toronto immigrants.” Globalizations 8(3): 325-341. (June).
Landolt, Patricia and Luin Goldring. 2010. “Political Cultures and Transnational Social Fields: Chilean, Colombian and Canadian Activists in Toronto.” Global Networks 10(4): 443-466. (October).
Landolt, Patricia and Luin Goldring. 2009. “Immigrant Political Socialization as Bridging and Boundary Work: Mapping the Multi-Layered Incorporation of Latin American Immigrants in Toronto,” Ethnic and Racial Studies 32(7): 1226-1247. (September).
Goldring, Luin, Carolina Berinstein and Judith K. Bernhard. 2009. “Institutionalizing Precarious Immigration Status in Canada.” Citizenship Studies 13(3): 239-265.
A. Gosine (2016) “Punghah/Men in Skirts: A Plea for History,” Gender and Development: Critical Engagements in Feminist Theory and Practice, Wendy Harcourt, ed., London: Palgrave.
Gosine, A. (2016) “My Mother’s Baby: Wrecking Work After Indentureship,” in Indo-Caribbean Feminist Thought, G. Hosein and L. Outar, eds., London: Palgrave.
A. Gosine (2015) “CAISO, CAISO: Negotiating Sex Rights and Nationalism in Trinidad and Tobago,” Sexualities.
2018 “Unity Through Diversity: Inter-world, Family Resemblance, Intertextuality” Journal of World Philosophies 3 (Summer 2018) [Indiana University Press]: 142-150 review article.
2017 “Rooted Cosmopolitanism and Chinese Body Phenomenology” pp. 95-117 in
Towards a Democratic Cosmopolis: Recognition, Citizenship & Diaspora,
Mauro Buccheri, Gabriele Pietro Scardellato, Fahimul Quadir (eds.) Toronto:
The Mariano A. Elia Chair in Italian-Canadian Studies and Founders College.
2015 “The Forgotten Frankfurt School: Richard Wilhelm’s China Institute,” Journal of Chinese Philosophy edited by Cheng Chung-ying, Linyu Gu, and Tim Connolly, special issues entitled “Chinese Philosophy as World Philosophy: Humanity and Creativity (III)” 41:1-2 (March–June 2014) pp. 170–186 [published June 2015]. 40th anniversary celebratory volume. JCP is the only journal in the world devoted solely to Chinese philosophy, founded by University of Hawaii Philosophy Professor Cheng Chung-ying and published by Wiley-Blackwell.
S. Tecle & C.E. James (2018). Could it happen here?: Canada’s multicultural oasis and the global right-wing drift. In A. Johnson, R. Joseph-Salisbury & B. Kamunge (eds) The Fire Now: Anti-Racist Scholarship in Times of Explicit Racial Violence. London: Zed Books.
C.E. James (2018). “Singled out”: Being a Black youth in the suburbs. In L. Foster, L. Jacobs, B. Siu & S. Azmi (eds.) Racial Profiling and Human Rights in Canada: The New Legal Landscape. Toronto: Irwin Law, p. 133 – 151.
T. Das Gupta, C.E. James, R. Maaka, G.-E. Galabuzi & C. Andersen (eds.) (2018). Race and Racialization: Essential Readings (2nd Edition). Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press.
K. Bilodeau-Pandolfi & C.E. James (2017) Creating Canada: Inclusive education or different versions of colonial stories?Journal of Canadian Studies. Vol. 51, No.1, pp. 90–111.
F. Henry, E. Dua, C.E. James, A. Kobayashi, P. Li, H. Ramos, M.S. Smith, (2017). The Equity Myth: Racialization and Indigeneity at Canadian Universities, Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press (374pp.).
F. Henry, E. Dua, A. Kobayashi, C. James, P. Li, H. Ramos, M.S. Smith, (2017). Race Racialization and Indigeneity in Canadian Universities Race, Ethnicity and Education. Vol. 20, No.3, 300–314.
C.E. James (2015). Beyond education, brains and hard work: The aspirations and career trajectory of two Black young men. Alternate Routes: A Journal of Critical Social Research, Vol. 26, pp. 332-353.
King, A. with M. Kwak, eds. (2019). Outward and Upward Mobilities International Students in Canada, Their Families and Structuring Institutions. University of Toronto Press. https://utorontopress.com/ca/outward-and-upward-mobilities-3
Kim, Ann. (2018). “Korean Ethnicity and Asian American Panethnicity.” Pp. 333–55 in A Companion to Korean American Studies. Brill. https://brill.com/abstract/title/33988
New special issue: Christopher Kyriakides, Dina Taha, Carlo Handy Charles and Rodolfo Torres (2019). Special issue: Racialized Refuge, Refuge: Canada's Journal on Refugees, 35 (1).
Laxer, Emily. 2019. Unveiling the Nation: The Politics of Secularism in France and Québec. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.
Laxer, Emily, Jeffrey Reitz, and Patrick Simon. (In Press.) “Do National Integration Discourses Affect Muslims’ Civic and Political Incorporation? A Comparison of France, Canada, and Québec”. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.
Laxer, Emily. 2018. “‘We Are All Republicans’: Political Articulation and the Production of Nationhood in France’s Face Veil Debate”. Comparative Studies in Society and History, 60(04): 938-967.
Laxer, Emily and Anna C. Korteweg. 2018. “Party Competition and the Production of Nationhood in the Immigration Context: Particularizing the Universal for Political Gain in France and Québec”. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 41(11): 1915-1933 (lead article).
Reitz, Jeffrey, Patrick Simon and Emily Laxer. 2017. “Muslims’ Social Inclusion in Canada, Québec and France: Does National Context Matter?” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 43(15): 2473-2498.
Laxer, Emily, Rachael D. Carson and Anna C. Korteweg. 2014. “Articulating Minority Nationhood: Cultural and Political Dimensions in Québec’s Reasonable Accommodation Debate”. Nations and Nationalism 20(1): 133-153.
Selected Refereed Book Chapters and Journal Articles 2015-2019:
Man, Guida and Elena Chou. 2019. “Global Restructuring, Gender, and Education Migration: Chinese Immigrant Women Professionals in Canada”, in Outward and Upward Mobilities: International Students in Canada, Their Families, and Structuring Institutions, edited by Ann H. Kim and Min-Jung Kwak. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, pp. 177-196.
Man, Guida and E. Chou. 2019. “Migration, Gender Relations and the Negotiation of Identity
Amongst Chinese Professional Immigrant Women in Canada”, in Negotiating Canadian Identities (chapter 5), edited by Jessica Li, McGill-Queen's University Press. https://www.mqup.ca/transcultural-streams-of-chinese-canadian-identities--the-products-9780773556850.php
Man, Guida and E. Chou. 2017. “Transnational Familial Strategies, Social Reproduction, and Migration: Chinese Immigrant Women Professionals in Canada”, Journal of Family Studies, p. 1-17. https://doi.org/10.1080/13229400.2017.1402805
Man, Guida and Elena Chou. 2017. “Gendered Practices of Middle-Class Chinese Immigrant Women Professionals”, in L.L. Wong, ed., Trans-Pacific Mobilities: The Chinese and Canada. Vancouver: UBC Press, pp. 222-236.
Man, Guida. 2015. “Maintaining Family Through Transnational Strategies: The Experience of Mainland Chinese Immigrant Women in Canada” In Engendering Transnational Voices: Studies in Family, Work, and Identity, edited by G. Man and R. Cohen, 33-51. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press.
2019. Mandell, N, Borras, J, and Phonepraseuth, J. The Role of Grandparents in Multigenerational Canadian Immigrant Households, Global Carework Summit, Toronto, ON, June 9-11. Forthcoming.
Mandell, N., Lam, L., Borras, J. and Phonepraseuth, J. 2018. “Living on the Margins: Economic Security among Senior Immigrants in Canada”, Special Issue on Social Inequality & the Spectre of Social Justice, Alternate Routes 2018.
2018. Mandell, N. and Stamatopolous , V. Caregiving and support for older adults, pp. 199-215 In Gazso, A. and Kobayashi, K. (Eds.). Continuity and innovation: Canadian families in the new millennium, Toronto: Nelson.
Mandell, N. and Kim, A. 2017. Intergenerational Relations in Later Life Families, pp. 62-78 In Burke, R. J. and Calvano, L.M. The Sandwich Generation: Caring for Oneself and Others at Home and at Work, London: Edward Elgar, UK.
Mandell, N. and Duffy, A. Mandell, N. and Duffy, A. (2016). Challenging old age: Women’s next revolution, pp.229-255 In Mandell, N. and Johnson, J (Eds.), Feminist issues: Race, class and sexuality. Toronto: Pearson.
2016. Mandell, N. and Johnson, J. (Eds). Feminist Issues: Race, Class and Sexuality. 6th edition, Toronto: Pearson, pages 356.
Murdocca, C. To Right Historical Wrongs: Race, Gender, and Sentencing in Canada. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2013.
Murdocca, C. with D. Brock, A. Glasbeek, eds. Criminalization, Representation, Regulation. University of Toronto Press, 2014.
Murdocca, C. with G. Mahrouse and L.Thielen-Wilson, eds. “Special Issue: Race, Gender and Law” Canadian Journal of Women and the Law 30, 8, December 2018.
Murdocca, C. “Race, Indigeneity and Feminism.” In Feminist Issues: Race, Class, Sexuality. 6th edition, Nancy Mandel, Jennifer Johnson, eds. Toronto: Nelson, 2016, p.35-61.
Murdocca, C. “Visual Legalities of Race and Reparations,” Canadian Journal of Law and Society 29, 2 (2014), p.219-234.
Murdocca, C. “Michel Foucault: Theories and Method.” Murdocca C. with D. Brock, A. Glasbeek, eds. Criminalization, Representation, Regulation. University of Toronto Press, 2014, p.5-28.
Murdocca, C. “Racialization, Criminalization, Representation.” Murdocca C. with D. Brock, A. Glasbeek, eds. Criminalization, Representation, Regulation University of Toronto Press, 2014, p.107-132.
Mykhalovskiy, E. 2018. Institutional Ethnography and Activist Futures. In M. Schultz (ed.) Frontiers of Global Sociology. Research Perspectives for the 21st Century. Berlin/New York: International Sociological Association. Pp. 296-304.
Mykhalovskiy, E., 2018. Frohlich, K., Poland, B. Ruggiero, E., Rock, M., and Comer, L. Critical social science with public health: Agonism, critique and engagement. Critical Public Health. Accepted, DOI: 10.1080/09581596.2018.1474174.
Mykhalovskiy, E. 2016. Making science count: significant risk, HIV Non-disclosure and science-based criminal law reform: A reflexive analysis. In Stanton, C. and Quirk, H. (Eds.) Criminalising contagion: Legal and ethical challenges of disease transmission and the criminal law. Cambridge University Press. Pp. 150-74.
2016 The Precarious Diasporas of Sikh and Ahmadiyya Generations: Violence, Memory, Agency. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 289pp.
2014 Suffering, Art, Aesthetics. Co-edited with Ratiba Hadj-Moussa. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 247pp.
2019 Constructing a Genuine Religious Character: The Impact of the Asylum Court on the Ahmadiyya Community in Germany. In: M. Fuchs et al. (eds). Religious Individualization: Types and Cases. Historical and Crosscultural Explorations. W. de Gruyter (forthcoming).
2019 Migrant Precarity and Religious Individualisation. In: M. Fuchs et al. (eds). Religious Individualization: Types and Cases. Historical and Crosscultural Explorations. W. de Gruyter (forthcoming).
2018 Contesting Memory and Citizenship in Canada. (Co-authored with D. Winland & J. Wuestenberg). Citizenship Studies 22(4): 347-57.
Raphael, D., Komakech, M., Bryant, T., and Torrence, R. (2018). Governmental illegitimacy and incompetency in Canada and other liberal nations: Implications for health. International Journal of Health Services. https://doi:10.1177/0020731418795136.
Raphael, D, Chaufan, C., Bryant, T., Bakhsh, M. Bindra, J., Puran, A. Saliba, D. (2018) The cultural hegemony of chronic disease association discourse in Canada. Social Theory and Health. https://doi.org/10.1057/s41285-018-0072-7.
Kirkland, R. & Raphael, D. (2018). Perpetuating the utopia of health behaviourism: A case study of the Canadian Men’s Health Foundation’s Don’t Change Much Initiative. Social Theory and Health, 16(1), 1-19.
Raphael, D. (ed.) (2016). Immigration, public policy, and health: Newcomer experiences in developed nations. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press.
Raphael, D. (ed.) (2016). Social determinants of health: Canadian perspectives, 3rd edition. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press.
Spotton Visano, Brenda
Buckland, Jerry, Chris Robinson and Brenda Spotton Visano, eds. Payday Lending in Canada in a Global Context: A Mature Industry with Chronic Challenges London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. ISBN# 9783319712123 (245pp).
Britto, Neil and Brenda Spotton Visano “Building community capacity: Self-assessment performance metrics for Canadian microcredit programs,” Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation v.33 n.1 (2018): 154–167.
Spotton Visano, Brenda “From Challenging the Text to Constructing It in a Large Economics Classroom: Revealing the not-so-common sense of the capitalist mode of production” Review of Radical Political Economics 2018, Vol. 50(1) 194–204.
Spotton Visano, Brenda “Gendering Post-Keynesian Monetary Macroeconomics with Situated Knowledge” Review of Radical Political Economics v.49, n.4 (2017): 567-573.
Spotton Visano, Brenda “Defying the Dominant Discourse: Why contesting Neoliberalism needs Critical Pedagogy in Economics Education,” Critical Studies in Education (online November 2016).
Thomas, Mark P., Leah F. Vosko, Eric Tucker, Mercedes Steedman, Andie Noack, John Grundy, Mary Gellatly, and Lisa Leinveer (forthcoming 2019) “The Employment Standards Enforcement Gap and the Overtime Pay Exemption in Ontario.” Labour/Le Travail.
Thomas, Mark P., Leah F. Vosko, Carlo Fanelli, and Olena Lyubchenko (eds.) (2019) Change and Continuity: Canadian Political Economy in the New Millennium. Kingston & Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press. https://www.mqup.ca/change-and-continuity-products-9780773557413.php
Brock, Debi, Aryn Martin, Rebecca Raby, and Mark P. Thomas (eds.) (2019) Power and Everyday Practices, 2nd Edition. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. https://utorontopress.com/ca/power-and-everyday-practices-second-edition-2
Jackson, Andrew, and Mark P. Thomas (2017) Work and Labour in Canada: Critical Issues. 3rd Edition. Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press. https://www.canadianscholars.ca/books/work-and-labour-in-canada-3rd-edition
Thomas, Mark, and Steven Tufts (2016) “Austerity, Right Populism and the Crisis of Labour in Canada.” Antipode 48(1) January, 212-30.
Thomas, Mark (2016) “Producing and Contesting ‘Unfree Labour’ Through the Seasonal Agricultural Workers Program.” In A. Choudry and A. Smith (eds.) Unfree Labour? Struggles of Migrant and Immigrant Workers in Canada. Oakland: PM Press, 21-36. July.
Vosko, Leah F.
Vosko, Leah F. (forthcoming, 2019). Disrupting Deportability: Transnational Workers Organize. Ithaca: Cornell University Press (ILR Imprint).
Vosko, Leah F. et al. (forthcoming). Closing the Employment Standards Enforcement Gap: Improving Protections for People in Precarious Jobs. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Thomas, Mark P., Leah F. Vosko, Carlo Fanelli and Olena Lyubchenko (eds). (2019) Change and Continuity: Rethinking the New Canadian Political Economy. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.
Articles and Book Chapters
Vosko, Leah F., Eric Tucker, and Rebecca M. Casey (forthcoming). "Enforcing Employment Standards for Migrant Agricultural Workers in Ontario: Exposing Underexplored Layers of Vulnerability." International Journal of Labour Law and Industrial Relations.
Vosko, Leah F., John Grundy, Rebecca Casey, and Andrea M. Noack (forthcoming). “A Tattered Quilt: Exemptions and Special Rules under Ontario’s Employment Standards Act (2000),” Canadian Employment and Labour Law Journal.
Vosko, Leah F. (2019) “Feminist Political Economy and Everyday Research on Work and Employment: The Case of he Employment Standards,” in Thomas, Mark P., Leah F. Vosko, Carlo Fanelli and Olena Lyubchenko (eds). Change and Continuity: Rethinking the New Canadian Political Economy. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press: 41-59.
Tucker, Eric, Leah F. Vosko, Rebecca Casey, Mark P. Thomas, John Grundy and Andrea M. Noack (2019). “Carrying Little Sticks: Is there a ‘Deterrence Gap’ in Employment Standards Enforcement in Ontario, Canada?” International Journal of Labour Law and Industrial Relations, 35, 1: 1-30.
Vosko, Leah F. (2018) “Legal but Deportable: Institutionalized Deportability and the Limits of Collective Bargaining among Participants in Canada’s Seasonal Agricultural Workers Program” ILR Review Special Issue on The Impact of Immigrant Legalization Initiatives: International Perspectives. DOI:10.1177/0019793918756055
Richard Weisman, "Regulating the Expression of Remorse and the Building of Moral Communities," pp. 247-263 in Catharine Abell and Joel Smith, eds., The Expression of Emotion: Philosophical, Psychological, and Legal Perspectives, Cambridge University Press, 2016.
Richard Weisman, Showing Remorse: Law and the Social Control of Emotion, Ashgate Publishing Company, Farnham, England, 2014; paperback edition, Routledge Press, 2016.
Wood, Lesley. 2019 .“Anarchist Gatherings 1986-2017.” ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies.
Wood, Lesley 2019. “The Political Economy of Social Movements” in Change and Continuity: Rethinking the New Canadian Political Economy. Edited by Mark Thomas, Leah F. Vosko, Carlo Fanelli. McGill – Queen’s University Press.
Wood, Lesley. 2017. "Waves of Protest, the Eros Effect and the Social Relations of Diffusion” in Spontaneous Combustion. Jason DelGandio and AK Thompson, eds. SUNY Press.
2017. “Neither Cooptation nor Charity” in Why Don’t the Poor Rise Up?. Edited by Michael Truscello and Ajamu Nanwaya. AK Press.
Wood, Lesley, Suzanne Staggenborg, Glenn Stalker and Rachel Kutz-Flammenbaum. 2017.“Eventful Events: Local Outcomes of G20 Summit Protests in Pittsburgh and Toronto,” Social Movement Studies 16(5):1-15.
Wood, Lesley. 2014 .Crisis and Control: The Militarization of Protest Policing. Pluto Books Limited. (Canadian edition, Between the Lines; US distribution, University of Chicago).