Student/Faculty Co-Publications

The Department of Sociology and Anthropology has a long history of faculty and graduate students co-creating knowledge. See select co-publications below. If you are a prospective graduate student, contact our faculty to inquire about research opportunities.

  • 2020 Shakespear, Mark, Varghese, Jeji & Morris, Rosanne. We are Nature: Exploring Nature Conceptualizations and Connections through Children's Photography. Children, Youth and Environments.30(2): 1-29. doi:10.7721/chilyoutenvi.30.2.0001.
  • 2019 Nuxnuxskaca cts’e7i7elt (Julianna Alexander), Sáwllkwa (Water), Natali Euale Montilla, and Thomas McIlwraith. “Doctors and professors aren’t the professors of the land”: Reflections on the Interconnected Environment with Splatsin Elder Nuxnuxskaca cts’e7i7elt. Collaborative Anthropologies. 11(2):1-25.
  • 2019 O'Grady, Bill and Ryan Lafleur. "Property Crime" in Understanding Crime in Canada (2nd Edition). Edited by Neil Boyd. Toronto: Emond Montgomery Publications Limited.
  • 2016 Lafleur, Ryan and Bill O’Grady. “Making it on the Outside: Towards an Integrated Control Theory for Understanding the Reintegration Process.” Howard Journal of Crime and Justice. 55 (1-2). P.p. 41-56.
  • 2016 Smith, Natasha & Varghese, Jeji. Role, Impacts and Implications of Dedicated Aboriginal Student Space at a Canadian University. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 53 (4), 458-469.
  • 2015 Finnis, Elizabeth and Heather Millman. Livelihoods and questions of inclusion in urban and rural Paraguay. Anthropologica 57(1): 157-168.
  • 2014 Poon, J., Dawson, M. & Morton, M. Factors Increasing the Likelihood of Sole and Dual Charging of Women for Intimate Partner Violence. Violence Against Women. 20(12): 1447-1472.
  • 2014 Morton, M., Horan, M., Bergen, A., Crann, S., Bader, D., et al. Engaging Evaluation Research: Complex CU partnership reflects on our partnership & practices via domestic violence/sexual assault protocol evaluation research. Gateways: International Journal of Community Research & Engagement, 7 (1), 1-17.
  • 2013 Fairbairn, J. and M. Dawson. Canadian news coverage of intimate partner homicide: Analysing changes over time. Feminist Criminology 8(3): 147-176.
  • 2012 Humphries S., Classen, L., Jimenez, J., Sierra, F., & Gallardo, O. Opening Cracks for the Transgression of Social Boundaries: An Evaluation of the Gender Impacts of Farmer Research Teams in Honduras. World Development, 40 (10), 2078-2095.
  • 2012 Van Dongen, L., P. Carrington, and M. Dawson. "Missing persons and social exclusion." Canadian Journal of Sociology. 27(2): 137-168.
  • 2011 Parnaby, Patrick F. and Myra Leyden. “Dirty Harry and the Station Queens: A Mertonian Analysis of Police Deviance.” In Policing and Society. Policing and Society: 1-16.
  • 2010 Preibisch, K. and E. Encalada. “The other side of ‘El Otro Lado’: Mexican Migrant Women and Labor Flexibility in Canadian Agriculture,” Special Issue on Women in Agriculture. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society. 35(2):289-316.
  • 2010 O’Grady, Bill and Patrick Parnaby and Justin Schikschneit “Guns, Gangs and the Underclass: a constructionist analysis of a school shooting in a Toronto high school. Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice. Vol. 55 (1) pp. 55-77.
  • 2009 Parnaby, Patrick F., Reed, Victoria. “Natural Surveillance, Crime Prevention, and the Effects of Being Seen.” In Sean Hier and Josh Greenberg’s Surveillance: Power, Problems and Politics. UBC Press, 2009.
  • 2008 Humphries, S., Jimenez, J., Sierra, F., Gallardo, O. 2008. Sharing in Innovation: Reflections on a Partnership to Improve Livelihoods and Resource Conservation in the Honduran Hillsides, in Louise Fortmann. Participatory Research in Conservation and Rural Livelihoods. Wiley-Blackwell paired chapter with Correa, D., et al., with Classen L., Campesinos Cientificos: Farmer Philosophies on Participatory Research. In Louise Fortmann. Participatory Research in Conservation and Rural Livelihoods. Wiley-Blackwell.
  • 2008 Classen, L., Humphries, S., FitzSimon, J., Kaaria, S., & Jimenez, J. Opening Participatory Spaces for the Most Marginal: Learning From Collective Action in the Honduran Hillsides. World Development, 36 (11), 2402-2420.