Peer-Reviewed Publications

Leisure Constraints and Sport Development for Women in Regional Communities: A Case Study to Inform Participant-Centred Sport Development Initiatives.
Playing on the periphery: Troubling sport policy, systemic exclusion, and the place of rural sport in Canada.
Critical Conversations About Qualitative Research in Sport Management.
Insiders, Outsiders, and Agents of Change: First Person Action Inquiry in Community Sport Management.
Managing Diversity to Provide Culturally Safe Sport Programming: A Case Study of the Canadian Red Cross’ Swim Program.
Community Cup, We are a Big Family: Examining the Social Inclusion and Acculturation of Newcomers to Canada Through a Participatory Sport Event.
Boozing, brawling, and community building: Sport-facilitated community development in a rural Ontario community.
Examining Whiteness and Eurocanadian Discourses in the Canadian Red Cross’ Swim Program.
Identifying promising practices for enhancing the relevance and effectiveness of water safety education for ethnic and cultural minorities.
Contextually appropriate aquatics programming in Canada’s North: The Shallow Water Pool Lifeguard Certification.
 

Book Chapters

Community Centres as Spaces for Sport, Recreation, and Resiliency: The Case of the Trout Creek Community Centre.
From Canada with Love: Human Rights, Soft Power, and the Pridehouse Movement.
Urban Sport in Canada.
Sport for Community Development.
 

Published Reviews

An Olympic Legacy for all? The Non-Infrastructural legacies of the Olympic Games for Socially Excluded Groups (Atlanta 1996-Beijing 2008)
 

Scholarly Presentations

Rural Hockey Heroes: What Happens when you Challenge the Dominant Narrative of #HumboldtStrong?
Resisting, Reproducing, and Recreation Rurality Through Leisure: Insights From Rural Canada.
Playing on the Periphery: Troubling Sport Policy, Systemic Exclusion, and the Place of Rural Sport in Canada.
Putting the “Social” in Social Change: Moving Forward in Research and Practice of Managing Sport for Social Change.
Managing Sport and Recreation In and For Communities.
Leisure Constraints as a Generative and Analytical Framework for Community Sport Development: A Case Study of Stand Up Paddle Boarding for Regional Women.
Contextualizing Rural Community Recreation: Insights from Powassan, Ontario.
From Canada with Love: Sexual Rights, Soft Power, and the Pridehouse Movement.
Locating Sport and Recreation in Rural Community Development.
Sport, Recreation, and Rural Youth in Context.
Cheers and Queers: Leveraging Sport Events for LGBTQ Communities.
The Trout Creek Community Centre: A Space for Sport, Recreation, and Resiliency.
Mega events with small town outcomes?: Diverse perspectives from non-host communities.
Locating Sport and Recreation Policy in Rural Community Development
Social Impacts of Large Scale Multi-Sport Events for Rural Non-Host Communities: A Preliminary Investigation.
A Preliminary Framework for Understanding the Role of Sport and Recreation in Rural Canadian Communities.
Examining the Complexities of Managing Local Sport for Development.
Separate but equal? An assessment of awareness and attitudes toward disability and para sport at the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Inclusive Sport in the Canadian Context.
Examining the Integrative Potential of a Participatory Sport Events for Newcomers to Canada.
Symposium Synthesis and Wrap Up Discussant.
Boozing, brawling, and community building: Sport-facilitated community development in a rural Ontario community
Bridging Waters of Sport Management and Critical Whiteness to Examine Cultural Safety Training for Instructors of the Canadian Red Cross’ Swimming and Water Safety Program.
Examining culture in the Canadian Red Cross’ Swimming and Water Safety Program.
 

Panel/Symposia/Workshops/Sessions

Cultural Safety for Camp Programmers and Administrators.
Rural Sport: Context, processes, and outcomes.
Understanding and Improving Capacity within Diverse Community Contexts and Organizations.
Embodied Learning: Engaging Bodies through Film.
Getting Some Action: Building Sport Management Theory and Practice through Action Research.
Critical Conversations About Qualitative Research in Sport Management.
Moving from Research Idea to Research Agenda: How to Develop Your Research Road Map as a Graduate Student.
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