Social enquiries into the modern Olympic and Paralympic Games
Canadian sport history
Early Researcher Award/Premier's Research Excellence Award, from the Ontario Ministry of Economic Development & Innovation (2013)
Excellence for Teaching, Faculty of Health Sciences (2011, 2012, 2013)
North American Society for Sport History (NASSH) Book of the Year Award, Best Anthology (2013), co-edited with Audrey Giles, University of Ottawa
Co-Editor, Olympika: The International Journal of Olympic Studies
Editorial Board, Aboriginal Policy Studies
Lead Convenor for the bi-annual International Symposium for Olympic Research
Chair and Board of Directors (2003-2010), Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women in Sport and Physical Activity (CAAWS)
Chair of Planning Committee and Assistant Chef de Mission (2007-2008), Team Manitoba, 2008 North American Indigenous Games (NAIG)
Board of Directors (2000-2006), Athletes CAN
Forsyth J & Paraschak V. (2013). The double helix: Aboriginal people and sport policy in Canada. In L. Thibault & J. Harvey (Eds.), Sport Policy in Canada, Ottawa, ON: University of Ottawa Press, pp. 267-293.
Forsyth J, Giles A & Lodge-Gagne V. (2013). Pride and prejudice: How Aboriginal women have experienced Canadian sport. In G. Demers, L. Greaves, S. Kirby & M. Lay (Eds.), Playing it Forward: 50 Years of Women and Sport in Canada, Toronto, ON: Feminist History Society, pp. 210-218.
Forsyth J & Archer J. (2014). Fred Simpson is no Tom Longboat: Public memory and the construction of historical knowledge. Sport History Review, 45(1), 37-58.
Forsyth J. (2014). Aboriginal sport in the city: Implications for Participation, Health, and Policy in Canada. Aboriginal Policy Studies, 3(1&2), 214-222.
Forsyth J & Wamsley K, eds. (2013). Olympika: The International Journal of Olympic Studies.