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Research Associates' Publications




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For your reading pleasure, a list of our research associates' publications. Please click on the image in the left column to obtain more information on the publications.

 

Barras, Amélie
Halafoff, Anna
Holtmann, Cathy
Macdonald, Arlene
Martínez-Ariño, Julia
Michels, David H. 



Research Associates

Barras, Amélie

Barras, Amélie. 2016. “Exploring the intricacies and dissonances of religious governance: The case of Quebec and the discourse of request.” Critical Research on Religion. 4(1): 57-71

Barras, Amélie; Selby, Jennifer., and Beaman, Lori. 2016.  “Religion as Visible and Invisible in Public Institutions: Canadian Muslims Public Servants.” Religion and the Exercise of Public Authority. Edited by Benjamin Berger and Richard Moon. Hart Publishing, 95-111.

Beaman, Lori., Selby, Jennifer., and Barras, Amélie. 2016. “No Mosque, No Refugees: Some Reflections on Syrian Refugees and the Construction of Religion in Canada”. The Refugee Crisis and Religion: Secularism, Security and Hospitality. Edited by Luca Mavelli and Erin Wilson. Rowman & Littlefield.


Barras, Amélie. 2014. Refashioning Secularisms in France and Turkey: The Case of the Headscarf Ban. Milton Park: Routledge Islamic Series. 


Barras, Amélie, and Dia Dabby. 2014. "Only Skin Deep: Revising the Secular Narrative through Circumcision? A study of recent case-law”. In Globalized Religion and Sexuality, edited by Heather Shipley, 86-106. Leiden: Brill.

Barras, Amélie. 2013. "Sacred laïcité and the politics of religious resurgence in France: wither religious freedom?” Mediterranean Politics 18(2): 276 -293. 


Barras, Amélie, and Guillaume Xavier. 2013. "The Safety of Authenticity: Ali Kebap and the Swiss political imaginary of foreignness". European Journal of Cultural Studies 16(3): 310-328.


Barras, Amélie. 2012. "Devout Turkish Women Struggle for Full Citizenship".MERIP 262: 32-35.


Barras, Amélie. 2012. "Transnational understandings of secularism and the right to religious freedom – exploring UN and ECHR cases". Journal of Human Rights 11(2): 263-279.


Halafoff, Anna

Clarke, Matthew and Anna Halafoff. 2016. Religion and Development in the Asia-Pacific. New York: Routledge.


Ezzy, Douglas, and Anna Halafoff. 2015. "Spirituality, Religion and Youth: An Introduction." In Handbook of Children and Youth Studies, edited by Johanna Wyn, and Helen Cahill, 845-860. Dordrecht: Springer.


Halafoff, Anna. 2015. "Multifaith Responses to Global Risks." In The Changing World Religion Map, edited by Stanley Brunn, 2965-2982. Dordrecht: Springer.


Halafoff, Anna. 2015. "Special Religious Instruction and Worldviews Education in Victoria’s Schools: Social Inclusion, Citizenship and Countering Extremism." Special Issue: Education about Religions and Worldviews: Promoting Intercultural and Interreligious Understanding in Secular Societies, Journal of Intercultural Studies 36(3): 362-379.


Halafoff, AnnaElisabeth Arweck, and Donald Boisvert. 2015. "Introduction." Special Issue: Education about Religions and Worldviews: Promoting Intercultural and Interreligious Understanding in Secular Societies, Journal of Intercultural Studies 36(3): 249-254.


Halafoff, Anna,  and Kim Lam. 2015. "Lagging Behind Other Nations: The Religion and Schools Debate in Australia." In Issues in Religion and Education: Whose Religion?, edited by Lori G. Beaman, and Leo Van Arragon, 321-345. Leiden: Brill.


Halafoff, Anna, and Praveena Rajkobal. 2015. "Sakyadhita International: Gender Equity in Ultramodern Buddhism." Special Issue, Women, Religion and the State, Feminist Theology 23(2): 111–127.


Holtmann, Cathy

Calhoun, John, Cathy Holtmann, and Michael Haan. 2014. "Sourcing the Trends in Increasing Dependency Ratios in New Brunswick." For the Labour division of the New Brunswick Department of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour. Fredericton: New Brunswick Institute for Research, Data and Training.

Power, Kayla, Cathy Holtmann, and Michael Haan. 2014. "The Capacity for Innovative Economic Development in New Brunswick." For the Labour division of the New Brunswick Department of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour. Fredericton: New Brunswick Institute for Research, Data and Training.

McEachern-Caputo, Sasha, Cathy Holtmann, and Micahel Haan. 2014. "Learning in the New Brunswick Workplace: A Qualitative Analysis of Small Business Employers." For the Labour division of the New Brunswick Department of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour. Fredericton: New Brunswick Institute for Research, Data and Training.

For a more detailed list of Cathy Holtmann's publications related to her postdoc, please click here. 


Macdonald, Arlene

Macdonald, Arlene. "Religion in the Canadian workplace: views and experiences of young adults of immigrant background." In progress.

Macdonald, Arlene. "Hijab Envy: Christian concerns about visibility in a religiously diverse Canada." In progress.


Martínez-Ariño, Julia

Martínez-Ariño, J. (2016). “’Being Jew is like Travelling by Bus’: Constructing Jewish Identities in Spain between Individualization and Group Belonging”. Journal of Religion in Europe, 9: 324-349. 


Martínez-Ariño, J. (2016). “Grupos religiosos y gobierno local en interacción: Un estudio de caso en Francia” [Religious Groups and Local Government in Interaction: A Case Study in France], Sociedad y Religión vol. 26 (46): 201-223. 


Martínez-Ariño, J.; Lefebvre, S. (2016). “Resisting or Adapting? How Private Catholic High Schools in Quebec Respond to State Secularism and Religious Diversification”. Eurostudia. Transatlantic Journal for European Studies, 11(1): 19-44. 


Martínez-Ariño, J.; Griera, M. (2016). “Responses to Religious Diversity in Spain: Hospitals and Prisons from a Comparative Perspective”, Interdisciplinary Journal for Religion and Transformation in Contemporary Society—J-RaT, 2(1): 37-59. 


Griera, M.; Martínez-Ariño, J.; Clot-Garrell, A.; García-Romeral, G. (2015). "Religión e Instituciones Públicas en España: Hospitales y Prisiones en Perspectiva Comparada" [Religion and Public Institutions in Spain: Hospitals and Prisons in Comparative Perspective], Revista Internacional de Sociología, 73(3). 


Martínez-Ariño, J. (forthcoming) “The Evolution of Religious Diversity: Mapping Religious Minorities in Barcelona”. in: J. Stölz and C. Monnot (eds.), Congregations in Europe.


Martínez-Ariño, J. (brief chapter, forthcoming). “The Religious Situation in Contemporary Spain: A Brief Overview”. Bern: Peter Lang. 

Martínez-Ariño, J. (forthcoming, 2017). “Rupture ou Normalisation? L’Institutionnalisation du Judaïsme Diversifié en Espagne”. In: Tartakowski, E. ; Dimentstein, M. (eds.). Judéités Contemporaines en France et en Europe. 


Griera, Mar, Julia Martínez-Ariño, and Gloria García-Romeral. 2014. "Beyond the Separation of Church and State: Explaining the New Governance of Religious Diversity in Spain". MMG Working Papers, no. 14-08.


Griera, Mar, and Julia Martínez-Ariño. 2014. "The Accommodation of Religious Diversity in Prisons and Hospitals in Spain". RECODE Working Paper Series, no. 28.


Martínez-Ariño, Julia, Gloria García-Romeral, Gemma Ubasart-González, and Mar Griera. 2005. "Demonopolisation and dislocation: (Re-) negotiating the place and role of religion in Spanish prisons". Social Compass 62(1): 3-21.


Michels, David H.


Michels, David H. 2014. "Historical Dictionary of Librianship by Mary Ellen Quinn (review)". Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science R1 38(4).


Michels, David H. 2012. "Seeking God’s Will: The Experience of Information Seeking by Leaders of a Church in Transition". Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science 36(1-2): 16-27. 


Lewis, Mark C., and David H. Michels. 2009. "The Changing Shape of Legal Information". Canadian Law Library Review  34: 67.

For a more detailed list of David Michel's publications, please click here

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