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WOMEN'S STUDIES AND FEMINIST RESEARCH

ANDREA ALLEN

  • Allan, Andrea. Violence and Desire in Brazilian Lesbian Relationships (Palgrave Macmillan) September 2015.

BIPASHA BARUAH

  • Siddika, A. and B. Baruah. 2017. Can Understanding Phenomenology and Human Capabilities Help Us Address Acid Violence? South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies.
  • Grantham, G. and B. Baruah. 2017. Women’s NGOs as intermediaries in development cooperation: findings from research in Tanzania. Development in Practice 27(7): 927-939.
  • Baruah. B. 2017. Women on Wheels: empowering women through an innovative training and employment programme. Development in Practice 27(2): 181-195.
  • Baruah, Bipasha. 2016. Renewable inequity? Women’s employment in clean energy in industrialized, emerging and developing economies. Natural Resources Forum: A United Nations Journal DOI: 10.1111/1477-8947.12105
  • Baruah, Bipasha. 2015. NGOs as intermediaries in post-disaster rural reconstruction: findings from research in India. Development in Practice 25(7): 1–14.
  • Baruah, Bipasha. 2015. NGOs as Intermediaries for Pro-Poor Electrification in India: Urban Development in a Post-Neoliberal Era? Asian Journal of Social Science 43: 178-204.
  • Baruah, B. 2015. Opportunities and Constraints for Women in the Renewable Energy Sector in India. Women and Environments International 94/95: 7-10.
  • Baruah, Bipasha. 2015. Creating Opportunities for Women in the Renewable Energy Sector: Findings from India. Feminist Economics.
  • Baruah, Bipasha and Mini Govindan. 2015. Engaging with Gender and Other Social Inequalities in Renewable Energy Projects. In Hostettler, S., Gadgil, A. and E. Hazboun (eds.). Sustainable Access to Energy in the Global South: Essential Technologies and Implementation Approaches. New York: Springer.
  • Baruah, Bipasha. 2015. Electrified Publics and Informal Settlements in Urban India. In McDonald, D.A. (ed.). Making Public in a Privatized World: The Struggle for Essential Services. New York and London: Zed Books.
  • Baruah, B. 2015. NGOs as Intermediaries for Slum Electrification in Urban India. In Hodson, M. and S. Marvin (eds.). Retrofitting Cities. London, UK: Taylor & Francis.

Peer-reviewed Book Chapters 

  • Baruah, B. 2017. Renewable inequity? Women’s employment in clean energy in industrialized, emerging and developing economies. In Cohen, M.G. (ed.). Gender and Climate Change in Rich Countries: Work, Public Policy and Action. London, UK: Routledge.
  • Baruah, B. 2016. NGOs as Intermediaries for Slum Electrification in Urban India. In Hodson, M. & S. Marvin (eds.). Retrofitting Cities: priorities, governance and experimentations. New York: Routledge. 
  • Baruah, B. 2016. Electrified Publics and Informal Settlements in Urban India. In McDonald, D.A. (ed.). Making Public in a Privatized World. New York and London: Zed Books. 
  • Baruah, B. and M. Govindan. 2015. Engaging with Gender and Other Social Inequalities in Renewable Energy Projects. In Hostettler, S., Gadgil, A. and E. Hazboun (eds.). Sustainable Access to Energy in the Global South: Essential Technologies and Implementation Approaches. New York: Springer.

Peer-Reviewed Working Paper 

  • Baruah, B. and S. Biskupsi. 2017. Identifying Promising Policies and Practices for Promoting Gender Equity in Global Green Employment. Knowledge Synthesis Report prepared for SSHRC Knowledge Synthesis Symposium, Imagining Canada’s Future, November 16, 2017, Canadian War Museum, Ottawa.
  • Baruah, Bipasha. 2016. Creating and Optimizing Employment Opportunities for Women in the Clean Energy Sector in Canada. Knowledge Synthesis Report prepared for SSHRC Knowledge Synthesis Symposium, Imagining Canada’s Future, June 1, 2016, University of Calgary.

Op-eds and Popular Articles 

Non-refereed Publications

  • Baruah, Bipasha and Crystal Gaudet. 2016. Confronting the Gender Gap in Canada’s Green Transition. This Changes Everything: The Leap. August 19 (70% contribution) (original op-ed in The Hill Times)
  • Baruah, B. 2016. Development Unplugged (for the Canadian Council for International Co-operation): Reconciling Economic Security, Environmental Protection and Social Justice. Huffington Post. April 1. 
  • Baruah, B. 2016. Development Unplugged (for the Canadian Council for International Co-operation): There's a Gender Gap In The Global Renewable Energy Workforce. Huffington Post. March 8. 
  • Baruah, B. 2015. Development Unplugged (for the Canadian Council for International Co-operation): We Need To Change How We Define Success In Development. Huffington Post. November 26. 
  • Baruah, B. 2015. Opportunities and Constraints for Women in the Renewable Energy Sector in India. Women and Environments International 94/95: 7-10.  

JULIANNA BEAUDOIN

  • 2015 Beaudoin, Julianna. “Exploring the contemporary relevance of Gypsy stereotypes in the Buffyverse”. The Journal of Popular Culture. Vol. 28, no. 2 pp. 313-327.
  • 2015 Rehaag, Sean, Julianna Beaudoin, and Jennifer Danch. “No Refuge: Hungarian Romani Refugee Claims in Canada”. Osgoode Hall Law Journal. Review copy published online April 2: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2588058  (Expected hard copy publication date: December 2015)

SAMANTHA BRENNAN

  • Samantha Brennan and Tracy Isaacs, “See How She Runs: Feminists Rethink Fitness” Special Issue, International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics (IJFAB), Volume 9, Number 2, Fall 2016.
  • "Fundamentally Incompetent: Homophobia, Religion and the Right to Parent," with Colin Macleod, in Procreation, Parenthood, and Educational Rights: Ethical and Philosophical Issues, Edited by Michael Cholbi and Jaime Ahlberg. Routledge, 2016.
  • Permissible Progeny? The Morality of Procreation and Parenting Oxford University Press October 2015
  • Sarah Hannan, Samantha Brennan, and Richard Vernon, Permissible Progeny? Moral Considerations and Procreative Choice, Oxford University Press, 2015.

Journal Articles:

  • “How Many Parents Can a Child Have? Philosophical Reflections on the “Three Parent Case,”
  • with Bill Cameron, Dialogue, available on CJO2014. doi:10.1017/S0012217314000705.
  • “Micro-inequities and Asian American Philosophers,” in The APA Newsletter on Asian American Philosophers and Philosophies, Fall 2014, Volume 14, Number 1, pp. 7-9.

Book Chapters:

  • “Is Marriage Bad for Children? Rethinking the Connection between Having Children, Romantic Love, and Marriage,” with Bill Cameron, forthcoming in Beyond Marriage, edited by Elizabeth Brake, Oxford University Press.
  • “The moral status of micro-inequities: In favour of institutional solutions,” forthcoming in Implicit Bias in Philosophy, edited by Michael Brownstein and Jennifer Saul, Oxford University Press.
  • “Miss Piggy's Feminism: Redefining Human Relationships through Martial Arts,” Jim Henson and Philosophy, edited by Timothy M. Dale and Joseph J. Foy, Rowman and Littlefield, 2015.
  • “Children’s Rights, Well-being and Sexual Agency,” with Jennifer Epp, in The Wellbeing of Children in Theory and Practice, Alexander Bagattini and Colin Macleod (editors), Springer, 2015.
  • "The Goods of Childhood, Children's Rights, and the Role of Parents as Advocates and Interpreters,” in Family-Making: Contemporary Ethical Challenges, Françoise Baylis and Carolyn McLeod (editors), Oxford University Press, 2014.
  •  “Rethinking the Moral Significance of Micro-Inequities: The Case of Women in Philosophy,” in Women in Philosophy: What Needs to Change?, Fiona Jenkins and Katrina Hutchison (editors), Oxford University Press, 2013.
  • “'Those Shoes Are Definitely Bicurious': More Thoughts on the Politics of Fashion,” in Passing/Out: Sexual Identity Veiled and Revealed, Dennis Cooley and Kelby Harrison (editors), Ashgate Publishing, 2012, pp. 171-180.
  • ”Fashion and Sexual Identity, or Why Recognition Matters,” in Fashion and Philosophy, Jeanette Kennett and Jessica Wolfendale (editors), Wiley-Blackwell, 2011, pp. 120-134.

HELEN FIELDING

  • Fielding, Helen and D. Olkowski (eds.) Feminist Phenomenology Futures, H. Fielding and Dorothea Olkowski, eds. Indiana University Press, October 2017.
  • Fielding. Helen, “A Feminist Phenomenology Manifesto”, Feminist Phenomenology Futures, H. Fielding and Dorothea Olkowski, eds. Indiana University Press, 2017, vii-xxii.
  • Fielding, Helen “Open Future, Regaining Possibility”, in Feminist Phenomenology Futures, H. Fielding and Dorothea Olkowski, eds. Indiana University Press, 2017, pp. 91-109.    
  • Helen Fielding, "Cultivating Perception: Phenomenological Encounters with Artworks”, Signs:  Symposium on "Politics of the Sensing Subject: Gender, Perception, Art," Anne Keefe (ed). 40.2 (2015):  280-289.
  •  Helen Fielding, “Filming Dance: Embodied Syntax in Sasha Waltz’s ‘S’, Paragraph (Special Issue on ‘Screening Embodiment”) 38.1 (2015): 69-85.
  • Helen Fielding, “The Poetry of Habit”, in Silvia Stoller (ed.) Simone de Beauvoir’s Philosophy of Age: Gender, Ethics, De Gruyter Publishers. 2014, pp. 69-81.

MIRANDA GREEN-BARTEET

  • Female Rebellion in Young adult Dystopian Fiction_; my co-editors are Sara K. Day and Amy L. Montz. The book was published by Ashgate.

TRACY ISAACS

  • Isaacs, Tracy and Samantha Brennan (guest co-editors and co-authors of introduction). “See How She Runs: Feminists Rethink Fitness.” Special Issue of the International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics. Vol. 9, No. 2 (Fall 2016): 1-11.
  • Isaacs, Tracy. “The Most Good We Can Do: Comments on Peter Singer’s The Most Good You Can Do,” The Journal of Global Ethics, Vol. 12, No. 2 (2016): 154-160.

WENDY PEARSON

  • Wendy Gay Pearson. “Memories of Cultural Dismemberment: Nils Gaup and the Re-Membering of Sámi History.” Companion to Nordic Cinema, ed. Mette Hjort and Ursula Lindqvist. Chichester: Wiley Blackwell, 2016. 377-95.

JESSICA POLZER

  • Polzer, Jessica and Power, Elaine. (2016). Neoliberal Governance and Health: Duties, Risks and Vulnerabilities. Montreal, Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press.

CHRISTOPHER TAYLOR

  • Taylor, Christopher Stuart. Flying Fish in the Great White North: The Autonomous Migration of Black Barbadians. Halifax: Fernwood Publishing, 2016.