2017

– Al-Solaylee, Kamal. (Jan. 31, 2017). “Anti-Muslim hate has been in Canada – and our politics – long before the violence.” The Globe and Mail. Read here.

– Shapiro, Ivor et al. (Jan 31, 2017). “Quelle Différence? Language, culture and nationality as influences on francophone journalists’ identity.” Taylor & Francis. Read here.

– Lindgren, April, Hodson, Jaigris and John Corbett. (Jan. 23, 2017) “Canada’s local news ‘poverty.’” Policy OptionsRead here.

– Malik, Asmaa and Ivor Shapiro. (2017 – in press). “What’s Digital? What’s Journalism?” The Routledge Companion to Digital Journalism Studies. ed. Bob Franklin and Scott Eldridge II. Oxford, UK: Taylor & Francis.

– McNeilly, Anne. (30 Jan. 2017). “Journalism Ethics 101 in China.” Centre for Free Expression.
Read here.

– Shapiro, Ivor. (2017 – in press). “Use It or Lose It: Do Canadians Deserve Press Freedom?” The Unfulfilled Promise of Press Freedom in Canada. ed. Lisa Taylor and Cara-Marie O’Hagan. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

– Shapiro, Ivor and Brian MacLeod Rogers. (November 2016). “How the Right to Be Forgotten Challenges Journalistic Principles.” Digital Journalism. Available online pending print publication. Read here.

– Taylor, Lisa. (In press – expected publication December 2017). “Responsible Communication: A Good Journalist’s Best Defence Against a Defamation Lawsuit.” Newswriting and Reporting: An Introduction to Skills and Theory. Don Mills: Oxford University Press Canada.

– Taylor, Lisa (In press – to be released March 2017). The Unfulfilled Promise of Press Freedom in Canada. eds. Lisa Taylor and Cara-Marie O’Hagan. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

2016

– Al-Solaylee, Kamal. (Nov. 9, 2016). “Don’t kid yourself: This was all about race.” The Globe and Mail. Read Here.

– Al-Solyalee, Kamal, 2016. Brown: What Being Brown in the World Means Today (to Everyone). Harper Collins Canada.

– Al-Solaylee, Kamal. (May 2016). “Gender Neutral.” Literary Review of Canada. Read here.

–  Al-Solaylee, Kamal. (April 11, 2016). “Yemen: The war the world is forgetting.” The Globe and Mail.
Read here.

– Al-Solaylee, Kamal. (April 2016). Internationally Acclaimed Debut Novelist Kim Fu Returns to Her Poetic Roots. Quill & Quire. Read here.

– Al-Solaylee, Kamal. (Feb. 16, 2016). Suffering’s Second Act. The Walrus. Read here.

– Barber, Marsha. (Nov. 30, 2016). “How the medical school admissions process is skewed.” University Affairs. Read here.

– Barber, Marsha. (2016). “Junk Food.” Verse Afire. Vol. 2. The Ontario Poetry Society.

– Barber, Marsha. (2016). “The Whiteness of Lilies.” Verse Afire. Vol. 3. The Ontario Poetry Society.

– Lindgren, April. (Fall 2016). “University researchers explore ‘local news poverty’ in Canadian communities.” Grassroots Editor. Vol. 57, Issue 3-4. p. 6. International Society of Weekly Newspaper Editors.

– Lindgren, April. (Sept. 7, 2016). “Ryerson journalism professor investigates local news poverty.” AMO Association of Municipalities Ontario. Read here.

– Lindgren, April and Jon Corbett. (June 14, 2016). The Local News Map: Tell us what is happening to local news in your community. Click here to see map. Click here to read article.

– Malik, Asmaa. (April 28, 2016). “Neighbourhood Watch.” The Walrus (excerpt).  Read here.

– Malik, Asmaa. (2016) “Neighbourhood Watch: Racial profiling and virtual gated communities”  Subdivided: City-building in an age of hyper-diversity eds. Pitter, Jay., and Lorinc, John. (Coach House Press)

– McNeilly, Anne (2016 – in press). “Press Freedom in China.” Centre for Free Expression, Ryerson University.

– Reynolds, William. (Fall 2016). “Bacchus to Basics.” Maisonneuve. Issue 61. Fall. 8-11.

– Reynolds, William. 2016 “Million Dollar Man.” We Make Radio: 30-something Years of CJSW Radio 90.9 FM. 90-95. Calgary: CJSW Publications.

– Reynolds, William. 2016. “Note from the Editor.” Literary Journalism Studies. 8 no. 1. Spring. P. 5-7

– Reynolds, William. (2016). “Scholar–Practitioner Q+A: An Interview with John Vaillant.” Literary Journalism Studies. 8 no. 1. Spring. 152-165.

– Shapiro, Ivor. (2016). “Use It or Lose It: Do Canadians Deserve Press Freedom?” The Unfulfilled Promise of Press Freedom in Canada. University of Toronto Press.

– Shapiro, Ivor., Brin, Colette., Spoel, Philippa., & Marshall, Lee. (2016) “Images of Essence: Journalists’ Discourse on the Professional ‘Discipline of Verification.'” Canadian Journal of Communication 41.1 Read here.

– Taylor, Lisa. (February 2016) “Identifying Sexual Assault Complainants in the Media.” Canadian Association of Journalists Ethics Report. Read here.

2015 

– Adamson, Gavin. “Like Reaching for the Pen: Toward a Greater Place for Digital News Video in Newsrooms and Journalism Curricula.” Toward 2020: New Directions in Journalism Education ed. Gene Allen, Stephanie Craft, Christopher Waddell & Mary-Lynn Young (Toronto: Ryerson Journalism Research Centre, 2015). Available here.

– Albanese, P. and Rauhala, A. “A Decade of Disconnection: Child Care Policies in Changing Economic Times in the Canadian  Context” in International Journal of Child, Youth & Family Studies; 2015, Vol. 6 Issue 2, 252-272, 23p, Victoria B.C.

– Allen, Gene.  “Working as a Journalist in 2020: What Will It Take? A Round Table Discussion.” Toward 2020: New Directions in Journalism Education ed. Gene Allen, Stephanie Craft, Christopher Waddell & Mary-Lynn Young (Toronto: Ryerson Journalism Research Centre, 2015). Available here.

– Allen, Gene. “Using Analytics: A Round Table Discussion” Toward 2020: New Directions in Journalism Education ed. Gene Allen, Stephanie Craft, Christopher Waddell & Mary-Lynn Young (Toronto: Ryerson Journalism Research Centre, 2015). Available here.

– Allen, Gene., Craft, Stephanie., Waddell, Christopher., and Young, Mary Lynn, eds. Toward 2020: New Directions in Journalism Education (Toronto: Ryerson Journalism Research Centre, 2015)

– Allen, Gene. 2015. Catching up with the competition: The international expansion of Associated Press, 1920-1945. Journalism Studies. Available here.

– Al-Solaylee, Kamal. 2015. Yemen Runs Through My Veins, and I Fear for Its Future. The Globe and Mail. March 27. Available here.

– Barber, Marsha. 2015, April. The condolence call. Literary Review of Canada. Available here

– Barber, M. & Levitan, J. 2015. Balancing the Books: How Student Employment During the Semester Affects Academic Achievement. The International Journal of Adult, Community and Professional Learning. 21(3-4).

– Knox, Paul. 2015. The Charlie Hebdo Challenge. Review of Free Expression in Canada, 2014-2015. Canadian Journalists for Free Expression. Available here.

– Knox, Paul. 2015. A different kind of journalism. Literary Review of Canada: 23(3), p. 6.

– Knox, Paul. 2015. Bolivia. Britannica Book of the Year 2015. Chicago: Encyclopedia Britannica, 396.

– Knox, Paul. 2015. Ecuador. Britannica Book of the Year 2015. Chicago: Encyclopedia Britannica, 367-387.

– Lindgren, April. “Municipal Communication Strategies and Ethnic Media” Global Media Journal (Canadian Edition) Volume 8, Issue 2. p. 49-71. Available here.

Lindgren, April.  2015, Sept.  How is your Toronto neighbourhood portrayed in the news?  Check it out using these interactive maps.   Available here.

– Lindgren, April. 2015. Ethnic media: On the Margins No More. In eds. Harald Bauder and John Shields. Immigration, Integration, and the Settlement Experience in North America. Canadian Scholars’ Press, 367-387.

– Malik, Asmaa. 2015. Do I really belong in ‘inclusive’ Toronto? Toronto Star. May 14. Available here.

– Malik, Asmaa. 2015. Twitter fuels important conversation on race. Toronto Star. June 28.
Available here.

– Reynolds, William. (2015).“Teaching Magazine Editing: Part Art, Part Science, Part Craft.” In The Future of the Magazine Form: Research Perspectives and Prospects eds. Abrahamson, David and Prior-Miller, Marcia R. (New York: Routledge), 480-490.

– Reynolds, William. (2015). Notes from the Editor. Literary Journalism Studies 7 no. 1. Spring.

– Reynolds, William. (2015). Notes from the Editor. Literary Journalism Studies 7 no. 2. Fall.

– Shapiro, Ivor. (2015). “To Turn or to Burn: Shifting the Paradigm for Journalism Education.” In Toward 2020: New Directions in Journalism Education. Ryerson Journalism Research Centre. Available here. 

– Shapiro, Ivor, and Brian MacLeod Rogers. (Sept. 10, 2015). “How the ‘Right to Be Forgotten’  Challenges Journalistic Principles: Privacy, Freedom and the Durability of News.” Future of Journalism Conference, Cardiff University.

-Shapiro, Ivor.,  Rollwagen, Heather., Bonin, Genevieve., and Fitzgerald, Lindsay. (May 2015) “The Professional Identity Of Anglophone Canadian Journalists: Hypotheses Suggested By A Pilot Study.” Canadian Communication Association Ottawa, Ontario.

– Brethour, Patrick and Shapiro, Ivor. (December 2015). “Paying for Information. A report of the Ethics Advisory Committee of The Canadian Association of Journalists.” Canadian Association of Journalists Ethics Advisory Committee. Read here.

– Taylor, Lisa. (Feb. 27, 2015). “End the secrecy on names of people killed by police.” Toronto Star.
Read here.

– Taylor, Lisa (2015). Use the Right Words: Media Reporting on Sexual Assault in Canada. Femifesto and collaborators. Read here.

2014

– Al-Solaylee, Kamal. 2014. Marcello Di Cintio’s New Journey. Author profile in Quill and Quire. December.

– Al-Solaylee, Kamal. 2014. A Migrant Heart. Book review in Quill and Quire. November 19.

– Al-Solaylee, Kamal. 2014. Between Clay and Dust. Book review in Quill and Quire. October.

– Al-Solaylee, Kamal. 2014. The Comeback. Book review in Quill and Quire. October.

– Al-Solaylee, Kamal. 2014. Ramin Jahanbegloo: Engaging Minds. Author profile in Quill and Quire. October.

– Al-Solaylee, Kamal. 2014. What You Don’t See When You Look Back. Canadian Notes & Queries. October.

– Al-Solaylee, Kamal. 2014. My October. Book review in Quill and Quire. September.

– Barber, Marsha. (In press). Balancing the Books: How Student Employment During the Semester Affects Academic Achievement. The International Journal of Adult, Community and Professional Learning.

– Lindgren, April. 2014. Toronto-area ethnic newspapers and Canada’s 2011 federal election: An investigation of content, focus and partisanship. Canadian Journal of Political Science: December (47)4.

– Lindgren, April. 2014. Demonized Weed. Book review in Literary Review of Canada. July-August: 20-21.

– Lindgren, April. 2014. Ethnic media election coverage: A content analysis methodology. Available here.

– McNeilly, Anne. 2014. Minimal Marking, A Success Story. The Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (5) 2. Available here.

– Reynolds, Bill. 2014. Maisy’s Best Books of 2014. Maisonneuve. December 2. Available here.

– Reynolds, Bill. 2014. Bill Reynolds: The Story. National Post. November 28. Available here.

– Reynolds, Bill. 2014. Bill Reynolds: The Book Project. National Post. November 27. Available here.

– Reynolds, Bill. 2014. Bill Reynolds: John Lefebvre. National Post. November 26. Available here.

– Reynolds, Bill. 2014. Bill Reynolds: Genesis. National Post. November 25. Available here.

– Reynolds, Bill. 2014. Greenwich Village at Night & Mary McCarthy’s Immersion Journalism. Global Literary Journalism: Modes of Narrative Non-Fiction, eds. Richard Lance Keeble and John Tulloch. New York: Peter Lang, 247-260.

– Reynolds, Bill. 2014. Magic Realism with Bullets: Charles Bowden and Ciudad Juárez. Global Literary Journalism: Modes of Narrative Non-Fiction, eds. Richard Lance Keeble and John Tulloch. New York: Peter Lang, 183-200.

– Reynolds, Bill. 2014. Life Real Loud: John Lefebvre, Neteller and the Revolution in Online Gambling. Toronto: ECW Press.

– Reynolds, Bill. 2014. What a Feeling! The Walrus. July–August: 5-6. Available here.

– Reynolds, Bill. 2014. Come as You Are. Maisonneuve. 16-18. Available here.

– Shapiro, Ivor. 2014. Why democracies need a functional definition of journalism now more than ever. Journalism Studies (15/5): 555-565.

– Shapiro, Ivor. 2014. “Toward an international perspective on media accountability.” La regulation du travail journalistique dans dix pays, dont le Canada, ed. Daniel Giroux & Pierre Trudel (Centre d’études sur les media, Sainte-Foy, Québec), p. 361-370

– Shapiro, Ivor. 2014. “The New Ethics of Journalism: Principles for the 21st Century” (book review). Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 91(2) p. 406-408

– Shapiro, Ivor. 2014. “The Future of Journalism: Developments and Debates” (book review). Digital Journalism 2 (4), p. 619-621

–  Bernier, Marc-François; Shapiro, Ivor and Snow-Capparelli, Shauna. 2014.“How close is too close? Conflicts of interest in journalists’ relationships with sources. A report of the Ethics Advisory Committee of The Canadian Association of Journalists.” June, 2014. Read it here.

– Smith, Joyce. 2014. Chapter 9: Religion, Reporting, and Radicalization: The Role of News Media in Securitized Discourses. Religious Radicalization and Securitization in Canada and Beyond, eds. Paul Bramadat and Lorne Dawson. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 229-258. Available here.

– Turk, James L. (ed.) 2014. Academic Freedom in Conflict: The Struggle Over Free Speech Rights in the University. Toronto: James Lorimer & Co.

2013

– Al-Solyalee, Kamal. 2013. Bone and Bread. Book review in Quill and Quire. April: 20-22.

– Al-Solyalee, Kamal. 2013. Secret of the Blue Box. Book review in Quill and Quire. January: 26-28.

– Barber, Marsha & Levitan, Julia. 2013. Not Seen, Not Heard: Gender Representation on Canadian Television News during the 2011 Federal Election Campaign. The International Journal of Diverse Identities: 12(2), 1-8.

– Knox, Paul. 2013. Bolivia. 2013 Britannica Book of the Year. Encyclopedia Britannica 2013: 396-397.

– Knox, Paul. 2013. Ecuador. 2013 Britannica Book of the Year. Encyclopedia Britannica 2013: 416-417.

– Knox, Paul. 2013. Why being a news reporter is NOT the worst job in the world. J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project. January 15. Available here.

– Lindgren, April. 2013. The diverse city: Can you read all about it in ethnic newspapers?  CERIS Working Paper #95. Available here. Research summary available here.

– Lindgren, April. 2013. The Diverse City: Can you read all about it in ethnic newspapers? Contemporary Readings in Law and Social Justice (5) 2: 120-140.

– McNeilly, Anne. 2013. Don’t look for justice in Ontario’s debate on wind turbines. Toronto Star. April 9.  Available here.

– Shapiro, Ivor, Colette Brin, Isabelle Bédard-Brûlé, and Kasia Mychajlowycz. 2013. Verification as a Strategic Ritual. Journalism Practice. Available here.

– Shapiro, Ivor. 2013. Opinion: Video, shmideo: reporting is about telling what you see and hear. J-Source. May 5, 2013. Available here.

– Gladney, George Albert; Ivor Shapiro; Regan Ray. “Reasons for Veiled Sources Spike After 2004 Scandals.” Newspaper Research Journal 34/2 (Spring 2013): 36-49.

– Smith, Joyce. 2013. Chapter 5: Occupying pews, missing from news. Media, Religion and Gender: Key Issues and New Challenges, ed. Mia Lövheim. London: Routledge, 66-81.

– Smith, Joyce. 2013. Brief brushes with Nelson Mandela. St. Catharines Standard. December 12, A14.

– Smith, Joyce. 2013. Creative problem-solving key to Ryerson’s innovation workshop. J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project. September 13. Available here.

2012

– Al-Solyalee, Kamal, 2012. Intolerable: A Memoir of Extremes. Harper Collins Canada.

– Al-Solyalee, Kamal, 2012. Elle first: Pop crush journalism. Elle Canada. June: 97-101.

– Al-Solyalee, Kamal, 2012. Teaching hatred. Literary Review of Canada. September: 24.

– Al-Solyalee, Kamal, 2012. Words to live by. Book review in Quill and Quire.  Available here.

– Barber, Marsha and Marc-Francois Bernier. 2012. The Professional Creed of Quebec’s Journalists in Canada. In The Global Journalist in the 21st Century. London, UK: Routhledge.

– Barber, Marsha. 2012. Not all cut from the same cloth: Learning styles and curriculum delivery in higher education. The International Journal of the Humanities 9: 62-77.

– Barber, Marsha. 2012. Nine Poems. Open Heart 6: Anthology of Canadian Poetry. Ontario: Beret Days Press.

– Barber, Marsha. 2012. Two Poems. And The Envelope Please: Anthology of Canadian Poetry. Ontario: Beret Days Press.

– Brethour, Patrick; Currie, Tim; Levine, Meredith; Monk, Connie; Shapiro, Ivor. 2012. What is Journalism? A report of the Ethics Advisory Committee of The Canadian Association of Journalists. Canadian Association of Journalists, June 5. Available here.

– Knox, Paul. 2013. Why being a news reporter is NOT the worst job in the world. J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project. January 15.

– Knox, Paul. 2012. Bolivia. 2012 Britannica Book of the Year. Encylopaedia Britannica 2012: 372-373.

– Knox, Paul. 2012. Ecuador. 2012 Britannica Book of the Year. Encylopaedia Britannica 2012: 392.

– Knox, Paul. 2012. John Baird doesn’t even understand the UN. The Globe and Mail. October 3. Available here.

– Lindgren, April and Christina Wong. 2012. Want to understand local news? Make a map. Proceedings of the 2012 annual conference of the Canadian Communication Association. Available here.

– Lindgren, April. 2012. Missing and misrepresented:Portrayals of other ethnic and racialized groups in a Greater Toronto Area ethnocultural newspaper. Canadian Ethnic Studies. 43-44(3-1): 99-121.

– McNeilly, Anne and Ann Rauhala. 2012. The education of young journalists in a converged media landscape. The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management 11(5): 11-22.

– McNeilly, Anne. 2012. Maybe something is old, but is it news? J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project. January 15. Available here.

– McNeilly, Anne. 2012. Plagiarism is only as wrong as we make it. J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project. September 24. Available here.

– Neil, Janice. 2012. His Girl Friday: Adapting  journalistic issues of the 1930s for 2012. 2012. J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project. August 2. Available here.

– Rauhala, Ann et al. 2012. Who says what: Election coverage and sourcing of child care in four Canadian dailies. Journal of Child and Family Studies 21(1): 96-105.

– Rauhala, Ann and April Lindgren. 2012. Women in the Field: What do you know?  Proceedings of  the 2012 annual conference of the Canadian Communication Association. Available here.

– Reynolds, Bill. 2012. On the Road to Gonzo: Hunter S. Thompson’s Early Literary Journalism (1961–1970). Literary Journalism Studies 4 (1): 51-84.

– Reynolds, Bill. 2012. The Tiger in the Coal Mine. Literary Journalism Studies 4(2): 116-119.

– Reynolds, Bill. 2012. From Cold War Cultural Critic to Mocking Liberals: Canadian Editor-Writer Robert Fulford’s Long Journey, Richard Keeble and John Tulloch (eds), Global Literary Journalism: The Journalistic Imagination (New York: Peter Lang, 2012), 269-284.

– Shapiro, Ivor. 2012. Notes de clôture du Séminaire international sur l’autorégulation des médias. (Closing keynote for International Seminar on Press Accountability Centre d’études sur les medias, Montreal, November 2, 2012.) Published in CPQ Magazine by Press Council of Quebec, November 23.

– Shapiro, Ivor, Kasia Mychajlowycz, Collette Brin and Isabelle Bédard-Brûlé. 2012. Is one source enough? Verification in Canadian Newspapers. Proceedings of the 2012 annual conference of the Canadian Communication Association. Available here.

– Shapiro, Ivor and Lisa Taylor. 2012. Toward Press Council 2.0: An international review of models of, and alternatives to, the traditional press council.  Proceedings of the 2012 annual conference of the Canadian Communication Association. Available here.

– Shapiro, Ivor; Taylor, Lisa; Tubb, Edward. 2012. Press councils in Canada: Models of practice and prospects for alternatives. Preliminary Report. Ryerson Journalism Research Centre/Newspapers Canada, October 16. Available here.

– Shapiro, Ivor. 2012. More on ‘we wuz robbed’ journalism and the examples that weren’t. J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project. August 29. Available here.

– Shapiro, Ivor. 2012. ‘We-wuz-robbed’ journalism not good enough after Olympic soccer drama. J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project. August 6. Available here.

– Shapiro, Ivor. 2012. Press freedom: Who gives a damn, anyway? J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project. February 29. Available here.

– Smith, Joyce. 2012. “Public” book chapter in Key Words in Media, Religion and Culture, ed. David Morgan. Originally published by Routledge (2008), Farsi translation published by Islamic Research Center (Qom), Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting, 2012.

– Srivastava, Vinita. 2012. The story of Vibe Magazine’s TLC Cover: How it helps to explain race, representation and resistance from journalism’s hip-hop generation. International Journal of the Image 2(1): 57-66.

2011

– Al-Solaylee, Kamal. 2011. Dead white guys: European classics still dominate Canadian theatre. The Walrus. September. Available here.

– Al-Solaylee, Kamal. 2011. Tonight at the Tarragon. Toronto: Playwrights Canada Press.

– Allen, Gene. 2011. North American Triangle: Canadian Press, Associated Press and Reuters, 1918-1939. In Peter Putnis, Chandrika Kaul and Jurgen Wilke, eds. International Communication and Global News Networks: Historical Perspectives. New York: Hampton Press.

– Barber, Marsha. 2011. What is the Sound of Someone Unravelling? Nepean, Ont: Borealis Press.

– Lindgren, April. 2011. Interpreting the city: Portrayals of place in a Toronto-area ethnic newspaper. Aether: The Journal of Media Geography 8(A): 66-88. Available here.

– McNeilly, Anne. 2011. The little lies that photos can tell. Do they matter? J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project. May 17. Available here.

– McNeilly, Anne and Smith, Joyce. 2011. How to Create a Picture with 1,000 words. Great Ideas for Teachers. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. August.

– Reynolds, Bill. 2011. 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. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press.

– Reynolds, Bill and John S. Bak, eds. 2011. Literary Journalism Across the Globe: Journalistic Traditions and Transnational Influences. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press.

– Shapiro, Ivor. 2011. 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. Available here.

– Shapiro, Ivor. 2011. Commenting on the dead: all in the timing? J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project. August 24. Available here.

2010

– Al-Solaylee, Kamal and Alex Boyd, eds. 2010. The Best Canadian Essays 2010. Toronto: Tightrope Books.

– McNeilly, Anne. 2010. Style over Substance? J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project. May.

– McNeilly, Anne. 2010. Olympic win: Not The Globe and Mail’s Shining Hour. J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project. January.

– McNeilly, Anne. 2010. Using actors in the classroom. J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project. January.

– McNeilly, Anne. 2010. Tell Your Story in Six Words. Great Ideas for Teachers. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. August.

– Shapiro, Ivor. 2010. Evaluating Journalism: Towards an assessment framework for the practice of journalism. Journalism Practice 4(2): 143-162.

– Shapiro, Ivor: “Synthesis Essay: The Ethical Textbook”  Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 87/2 (Summer 2010)  p. 416-420.

– Smith, Joyce. 2010. Book review of Through a Lens Darkly: How the News Media Perceive and Portray Evangelicals, by David Haskell (Toronto: Clements Academic, 2009). Canadian Journal of Communication 35(1):183-185.

– Smith, Joyce. 2010. Reporting on abuse in the Church should look beyond victims and bureaucrats. J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project. January 11. Available here.

– Srivastava, Vinita. 2010. Blog to the Future: Telling Digital Stories in the Post-9/11 Decade. In Paul Benedetti, Timothy Currie, Kim Kierans, eds. The New Journalist: Roles, Skills and Critical Thinking. Toronto: Edmond Montgomery Publications.

2009

– Allen, Gene. 2009. New media, old media and competition: Canadian Press and the emergence of radio news. In Gene Allen, Daniel Robinson eds. Communicating in Canada’s Past: Approaches to Media History. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

– Allen, Gene and Daniel J. Robinson, eds. 2009. Communicating in Canada’s Past: Approaches to Media History. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

– Allen, Gene and Daniel Robinson. 2009. Introduction: Media history as concept and practice. In Gene Allen, Daniel Robinson eds. Communicating in Canada’s Past: Approaches to Media History. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

– Allen, Gene. 2009. News and Nationality in Canada, 1890-1930. Journal of Canadian Studies 43(3): 30-68.

– McNeilly, Anne. 2009. Wente and Dowd cell phone columns: Too close to call? J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project. August 25. Available here.

– Lindgren, April. 2009. Mapping local news: A research methodology. Proceedings of the AEJMC annual conference. 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. 2009. Steve Lopez’s The Soloist: A Lost Dream, an Unlikely Friendship and the Redemptive Power of Music.  Literary Journalism Studies 1(2): 123-125.

– Reynolds, Bill. 2009. Recovering the Peculiar Life and Times of Tom Hedley and of the Canadian New Journalism. Literary Journalism Studies 1(1): 79-104.

– Reynolds, Bill. 2009. Geared Up: On the Road to Two-wheeled Transcendence. In Moira Farr and Ian Pearson, eds. Cabin Fever: The Best New Canadian Non-fiction. Toronto: Thomas Allen Publishers.

2008

– Smith, Joyce. 2008. Chapter 11: Public. Key Words in Religion, Media and Culture, ed. David Morgan. London: Routledge, 148-159.

– Srivastava, Vinita. 2008. Global Souls and Youth Moves. Academic Matters. December 18. Available here.