2011
– Al-Solaylee, Kamal. “Dead white guys: European classics still dominate Canadian theatre.” The Walrus. September, 2011. Available here.
– Al-Solaylee, Kamal. Tonight at the Tarragon (Playwrights Canada Press, 2011).
– Barber, Marsha. What is the Sound of Someone Unravelling? (Borealis Press, 2011).
– Lindgren, April. (2011). Interpreting the city: Portrayals of place in a Toronto-area ethnic newspaper. Aether: The Journal of Media Geography, 8A: 66-88. Available here
– Reynolds, Bill and John S. Bak, eds. Literary Journalism Across the Globe: Journalistic Traditions and Transnational Influences (University of Massachusetts Press, 2011).

– Reynolds, Bill. “The Edge of Canadian Literary Journalism: The West Coast’s Restless Search for Meaning Versus Central Canada’s Chronicles of the Rich and Powerful,” in John S. Bak and Bill Reynolds, eds. International Literary Journalism: Historical Transnational Influences (University of Massachusetts Press, 2011).

– Shapiro, Ivor. A guide, not a cop: The CAJ’s new ethics “code” (and why it’s not called that). J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project. September 20, 2011. Available here

– Shapiro, Ivor. Commenting on the dead: all in the timing? J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project. August 24, 2011.
2010
– Al-Solaylee, Kamal and Alex Boyd, eds. The Best Canadian Essays 2010. Toronto: Tightrope Books, 2010.

– Shapiro, Ivor. “Evaluating Journalism: Towards an assessment framework for the practice of journalism.” Journalism Practice 4/2 (April 2010). 

– Srivastava, Vinita. “Blog to the Future: Telling Digital Stories in the Post-9/11 Decade,” in (eds), The New Journalist: Roles, Skills and Critical Thinking. Edmond Montgomery, 2010.
2009
– Allen, Gene and Daniel J. Robinson, eds. Communicating in Canada’s Past: Approaches to Media History. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2009.
– Allen, Gene and Daniel Robinson. “Introduction: Media history as concept and practice.” Communicating in Canada’s Past: Approaches to Media History. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2009.
– Allen, Gene. “New media, old media and competition: Canadian Press and the emergence of radio news.” Communicating in Canada’s Past: Approaches to Media History. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2009.
– Allen, Gene. “News and Nationality in Canada, 1890-1930.” Journal of Canadian Studies 43:3 (Fall 2009), 30-68.
– Lindgren, April. (2009). Mapping local news: A research methodology. Paper presented to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. Presented to the AEJMC annual conference, Boston. Available here.
– Lindgren, April. (2009). News, geography and disadvantage: Mapping newspaper coverage of high-needs neighbourhoods in Toronto, Canada. Canadian Journal of Urban Research, (18) 1, 74-97.
– Reynolds, Bill. “Steve Lopez’s The Soloist: A Lost Dream, an Unlikely Friendship and the Redemptive Power of Music,” Book Review, Literary Journalism Studies 1.2 (Fall 2009): 123-125.
– Reynolds, Bill. “Recovering the Peculiar Life and Times of Tom Hedley and of the Canadian New Journalism,” Literary Journalism Studies 1.1 (Spring 2009): 79-104.
– Reynolds, Bill. “Geared Up: On the Road to Two-wheeled Transcendence,” Book Chapter, Cabin Fever: The Best New Canadian Non-fiction, edited by Moira Farr and Ian Pearson (Toronto: Thomas Allen Publishers, 2009).
– Srivastava, Vinita. “Global Souls and Youth Moves.” Book Review of Youth Moves, an anthology edited by Nadine Dolby and Fazal Rizvi (Routledge, 2008). Academic Matters, April 2009.
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