Veille : juillet-août 2023


Sark, K. (Éd.). (2023). Social justice pedagogies : Multidisciplinary practices and approaches. University of Toronto Press. 312 pp.


Aseffa, F., Mehari, L., Gure, F., & Ahmed, S. (2023). Disrupting racism in Ontario midwifery. Journal of Midwifery & Women’s Health.

Banerjee, A., Tan, A., Boston-Fisher, N., Dubois, C., LaFontaine, A., Cloos, P., Vissandjee, B., Adams, J., Hafeez, H., Bumba, S., Kernisan, K., Ferlatte, O., Razack, S., Edwards, M., & Evans, T. (2023). Embedding anti-racism in schools of public health : A pathway to accountability for progress towards equity. Canadian Journal of Public Health-Revue canadienne de santé publique.

Bell, B. (2023). « We’d really love to but we’re really busy » : Silence, precarity and resistance as structural barriers to anti-racism in nursing education. Journal of Advanced Nursing.

Beringer, R., de Vries, B., Gill, P., & Gutman, G. (2023). Beyond mortality : The social and health impacts of COVID-19 among older (55+) BIPOC and LGBT respondents in a Canada-wide survey. Healthcare, 11(14).

Block, R., Golder, M., & Golder, S. N. (2023). Evaluating claims of intersectionality. The Journal of Politics, 85(3), 795‑811.

Bourgault, S. (2023). Attention, injustices épistémiques et humilité. Politique et Sociétés, 42(3).

Chenouard, B., Smith, C., Luong, T., Raphaël, F., & Boyer, A. (2023). La grille transculturelle de la Clinique pédiatrique transculturelle de l’Hôpital Maisonneuve-Rosemont comme outil d’évaluation. Intervention, 156, 141‑154.

Clarysse, L. (2023). Compartmentalizing Indigenous knowledge(s) : Binary framing and cognitive imperialism in social studies curriculum. Humanities & Social Sciences Communications, 10(1).

Comeau, D., Johnson, C., & Bouhamdani, N. (2023). Review of current 2SLGBTQIA+ inequities in the Canadian health care system. Frontiers in Public Health, 11.

Dulai, J., Salway, T., & Ablona, A. (2023). Strong community belonging moderates poor mental health in lesbian, gay, and bisexual individuals living in Canada : An intersectional analysis of a national population-based survey. Canadian Journal of Public Health-Revue canadienne de santé publique.

Fang, X., Davids, J., & Koestner, R. (2023). Disparities in healthcare accessibility and discrimination faced by black Quebecers : A race and language perspective. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities.

Grey, C., Tian, I., Skakoon-Sparling, S., Daroya, E., Klassen, B., Lessard, D., Gaspar, M., Sinno, J., Sang, J., Perez-Brumer, A., Lachowsky, N., Moore, D., Jollimore, J., Hart, T., Cox, J., & Grace, D. (2023). Unpacking racism during COVID-19 : Narratives from racialized Canadian gay, bisexual, and queer men. International Journal for Equity in Health, 22(1).

Kamanzi, P. (2023). Pathways of Black immigrant youth in Quebec from secondary school to university : Cumulative racial disadvantage and compensatory advantage of resilience. Canadian Review of Sociology-Revue canadienne de sociologie, 60(3), 409‑437.

Klein, D., & Shawanda, A. (2023). Bridging the commercial determinants of Indigenous health and the legacies of colonization : A critical analysis. Global Health Promotion.

Lajoie-O’Malley, A., Bronson, K., & Blue, G. (2023). « Consent » as epistemic recognition : Indigenous knowledges, Canadian impact assessment, and the colonial liberal democratic order. Social Studies of Science, 53(4), 545‑571.

Louie, D. W., & Prince, L. (2023). Achieving equity in graduation rates and other indicators of success for Indigenous learners in Canada. Canadian Journal of Education / Revue Canadienne de l’éducation, 46(1), 1‑32.

Pagé, G., & Anctil Avoine, P. (2023). Intersectionnalité, idées queers et nationalisme : Les féminismes québécois entre tensions et inclusions. Bulletin d’histoire politique, 30(3), 113‑129. Érudit.

Pao, C. (2023). Masculinity and femininity by racial identification : Racialized differences in responses to self-rated gender scales for cisgender men and women. Socius, 9, 23780231231186073.

Paul, W., Monchalin, R., Auger, M., & Jones, C. (2023). ’By identifying myself as Metis, I didn’t feel safe horizontal ellipsis’ : Experiences of navigating racism and discrimination among Metis women, Two-Spirit and gender diverse community members in Victoria, Canada. Journal of health services research & policy.

Renaud, N., & Salée, D. (2023). L’univers idéologico-politique des peuples autochtones au Québec. Bulletin d’histoire politique, 30(3), 130‑154.

Sinclaire, M., Lavallee, B., Cyr, M., & Schultz, A. (2023). Indigenous peoples and type 2 diabetes : A discussion of colonial wounds and epistemic racism. Canadian Journal of Diabetes, 47(5), 451‑454.

Souleymanov, R., Moore, S., & Star, J. (2023). « The thing I’m missing the most is just being around other queer people » : Critical analysis of the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on mental health of two-spirit, gay, bisexual, and queer men’s communities in Manitoba, Canada. BMC Public Health, 23(1).

Yu, N., Morgenshtern, M., & Schmid, J. (2023). Social work’s colonial past with Indigenous children and communities in Australia and Canada : A cross-national comparison. Child & Family Social Work.