Peer Reviewed Publications
Chapdelaine-Feliciati, Clara. (2018.) Feminicides of Girl Children in the family context: An International Human Rights Law Approach. Brill: Leiden, Research Perspectives in Family Law in a Global Society Series, Sanford Katz Editor-in-Chief, 1(3), 1-81.
Schweitzer, Marlis. (2020). Bloody Tyrants and Little Pickles: Stage Roles of Anglo-American Girls in the Nineteenth Century. University of Iowa Press.
Williams, Deanne. (2017). Chastity, Speech, and the Girl Masquer. In R. Preiss & Deanne Williams (Eds.), Childhood, Education and the Stage in Early Modern England (pp. 162-183). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (Book and book chapters)
Williams, Deanne. (2014). Shakespeare and the Performance of Girlhood. Springer.
Williams, Deanne (& Peterson, K. L.). (2012). The Afterlife of Ophelia. Palgrave Macmillan, New York.
Ali, Ameera. (2020). “Girls don’t like cars, they like ‘girl’ cars”: Kindergarten children’s conceptions of gender and play materials. Jeunesse: Young People, Texts, Cultures, 12(1), 63-96. doi: 10.1353/jeu.2020.0005
Chapdelaine-Feliciati, Clara. (2018). Deconstructing the Convention on the Rights of the Child: semiotics, significs and semioethics of gendercide. Cambridge International Law Journal, 7(1), 29-50.
Chapdelaine-Feliciati, Clara. (2006). Restorative justice for the girl child in post-conflict Rwanda. Journal of International Women's Studies, 7(4), 14-35.
Bimm, Morgan. "One Taught Me Action: The Digital Meta-Lives and Affective Resonances of Pop Protest Signs.” In Networked Feminisms: Activist Assemblies and Digital Practices, eds. Shana MacDonald, Brianna Wiens, and Michelle Macarthur. Lexington Press. In press.
Bimm, Morgan. “This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things: Tumblr Publics, John Green, and Sanctionable Girlhood.” In Youth Mediations and Affective Relations, eds. Natalie Coulter and Susan Driver. Palgrave Macmillan Publishing. 2018.
Clara Chapdelaine-Feliciati (Principal Investigator), SSHRC Insight Development Grant 2020-2022, Legal and Bilingual Project: ‘Sexual Exploitation of Girl Children in the Entertainment Industry in Ontario and Quebec’
Researcher: Tina Benigno, PhD Candidate, Humanities
Doctoral Dissertation Working Title: The (Extra-)Ordinary Girl Under Capitalism: Toronto Teen Girls’ Care and Connection Amidst Activist and Witch Figures of the Girl
Researcher: Morgan Bimm, PhD Candidate, Gender, Feminist, and Women's Studies
Doctoral Dissertation Working Title: Amplifying Indie Through 2000s Girl Culture
Description: This doctoral dissertation project offers a feminist cultural studies analysis of the TV shows, films, and early internet cultures that supported the cultural mainstreaming of indie rock music via 2000s girl culture texts.