Dr. Fenton Litwiller is a critical leisure scholar who uses community based research methods, and post structuralist and queer theories to account for LGBTQ2S experiences, identities and expressions.
Fenton, L., K. Gallant. (In press). Integrated experiential education: definitions and a conceptual model. Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.
Fenton, L., Hutchinson, S., Bald, D., Magee, P., Marchand, S. & B. Naugler. (2016). Recreation for Mental Health 101. CES4Health.info, 2016. Retrieved at http://www.ces4health.info/find-products/view-product.aspx?code=SJSJLKJ7
Fenton, L., White, C., Gallant, K., Hutchinson, S., Gilbert, R., Hamilton-Hinch, B. & H. Lauckner. (2016). The Benefits of Recreation for the Recovery and Social Inclusion of Individuals with Mental Illness: An Integrative Review. Leisure Sciences. 1-19.
Fenton, L., & Walker, G. (2016). Development of the ‘Psychologically Deep Experiences (PDE) in Nature’ Scale. Leisure/Loisir. 40(1), 101-129.
Fenton, L., White, C., Gallant, K., Hutchinson, S., & Hamilton-Hinch, B. (2016). Recreation for mental health recovery. Leisure/Loisir, 40(3), 345-365.
Walker, G., & Fenton, L. (2013). Backgrounds of, and factors affecting, highly productive leisure researchers. Journal of Leisure Research, 45(4), 537-562.
Walker, G., & Fenton, L. (2011). Institutional concentration of leisure research in North America: A follow-up to Jackson (2004). Journal of Leisure Research, 43(4), 475-490.