Dr. Deborah Stienstra's Recent Publications Listing


  1. Stienstra, D. Disability Rights. About Canada series. Fernwood Publishing. (forthcoming April 2012).
  2. Stienstra, D., C. Watters, H. Grant, H. Huang and L. Troschuk. Women with Disabilities: Accessing Trade. Ottawa: Status of Women Canada, 2004. Also translated into French. http://publications.gc.ca/pub?id=258150&sl=0
  3. Sjolander, C.T., H. Smith and D. Stienstra eds. Feminist Perspectives on Canadian Foreign Policy, Oxford University Press, 2003.
  4. Stienstra, D. and A. Wight-Felske, Eds. Making Equality: History of Advocacy and People with Disabilities in Canada. Captus Press, 2003.
  5. Stienstra, D. and B. Roberts, Strategies for the Year 2000: A Woman’s Handbook, Halifax: Fernwood Publishing, 1995.
  6. Stienstra, D., Women's Movements and International Organizations. Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1994.

Journal Articles

  1. Stienstra, D., A. D’Aubin and J. Derksen. “Heightened vulnerabilities and better care for all: Disability and end-of-life care” Journal of Palliative and Supportive Care. 10,1 (Feb. 2012).
  2. Stienstra, D., and H.M. Chochinov. “Palliative care for vulnerable populations” Journal of Palliative and Supportive Care. 10,1 (Feb. 2012).
  3. Chochinov, H.M., and D. Stienstra. “Vulnerability and Palliative Care: Guest editorial” Journal of Palliative and Supportive Care. 10,1 (Feb. 2012).
  4. Stienstra, D., and T. Ashcroft. “Voyaging on the Seas of Spirit: An ongoing journey to understand disability and humanity” Disability and Society 25, 2 (March 2010), 191-203.
  5. Stienstra, D., “Globalization” Encyclopedia of American Disability History, S. Burch, Ed. Facts on File, 2009.
  6. Stienstra, D., J. Watzke and G. Birch. “A three-way dance: The global public good and accessibility in information technologies” The Information Society 23, 3 (2007): 149-58.
  7. Annable, G., G. Goggin and D. Stienstra. Special Issue, Guest Editors. “Accessibility, Disability and Inclusion in Information Technologies: Introduction” The Information Society 23, 3 (2007):145-7.
  8. Stienstra, D., and H.M. Chochinov. “Vulnerability, Disability and Palliative End of Life Care” Journal of Palliative Care 22,3 (Autumn 2006): 166-74.
  9. Chochinov, H.M., and D. Stienstra. “Guest Editorial: Disability, Vulnerability and Palliative Care” Journal of Palliative Care 22,3 (Autumn 2006): 149-50.
  10. Stienstra, D. and R. Wiebe. “Finding our way home: Home and end of life transitions for people with disabilities” Canadian Journal of Urban Research/Revue canadienne de recherche urbaine 15,1 (Summer 2006): 19-35.
  11. Stienstra, D., “The Critical Space Between: Access, Inclusion and Standards in Information Technologies” Information, Communication and Society (June 2006): 333-52.
  12. Stienstra, D., and L. Troschuk. “Engaging Citizens with Disabilities in eDemocracy” Disability Studies Quarterly 25,2 (Spring 2005). URL: http://www.dsq-sds.org/

Book Chapters

  1. Stienstra, D. “Factsheet: Women and Economic Restructuring” 2010. Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women (CRIAW). Reprinted in M. Hobbs and C. Rice, eds. Gender Matters: Canadian Women’s Studies in a Global Context. Canadian Scholar’s Press, Inc. forthcoming 2012.
  2. Stienstra, D. “Race/ethnicity and disability studies: Towards an explicitly intersectional approach” in Routledge Handbook of Disability Studies. Eds. Nick Watson and Alan Roulstone and Carol Thomas, forthcoming 2012.
  3. Stienstra, D. “Experiences with disability in a time of employment equity” in Understudy: Equity In The Academy Ed. Malinda S. Smith, forthcoming
  4. Stienstra, D. “Swimming Upstream: Accessibility and Telecommunications Policy” in The Internet Tree: The State of Telecom Policy in Canada 3.0 Eds. Marita Moll and Leslie Regan Shade, Ottawa: Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, 2011, pp. 153-62.
  5. Stienstra, D. and A. D’Aubin, “People with Disabilities and Political Participation” in M.A. McColl and L. Jongbloed, eds. Disability and Social Policy, 2nd edition, Captus Press, 2006, pp. 213-32.

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