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Publications

Bergeron, M., Paquette, E., Ricci, S., Rousseau, C., & St Hilaire, M. (dir.) (2019, sous presse). Actes du symposium canadien sur la violence sexuelle dans les milieux d’enseignement supérieur | Proceedings of the Canadian symposium on sexual violence in post-secondary education institutions. Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), Montréal, Québec, Canada : Chaire de recherche sur les violences sexistes et sexuelles en milieu d'enseignement supérieur.

Briones, E. (2017). Beyond braces, fillings, and extractions: A social justice-oriented educational response. [Special Issue]: iMPACTS: Responding to Legal and Educational Dilemmas in Addressing Sexual Violence in Universities. Education & Law Journal, 27 (1), 59-80.

Busby, K. (sous presse). The Cone of Silence: Disclosure Prohibitions in University Sexual Violence Policies. Dans M., Bergeron, E., Paquette, S., Ricci, C., Rousseau, & M., St Hilaire (Dir.), Actes du symposium canadien sur la violence sexuelle dans les milieux d’enseignement supérieur | Proceedings of the Canadian symposium on sexual violence in post-secondary education institutions. Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), Montréal, Québec, Canada : Chaire de recherche sur les violences sexistes et sexuelles en milieu d'enseignement supérieur.

Busby, K., & Birenbaum, J. (in press). Achieving Fairness: A Guide to Campus Sexual Violence Complaints. Handbook on Sexual Violence Complaints. Thomson Reuters Canada.

Curtis, S. (In Progress) Beyond #MeToo: Music Therapy Practice & Social Activism to Address Male Violence Against Women. Professional Music Therapy Journal.

Curtis, S. (2019). Music for Women (Survivors of Violence): A Feminist Music Therapy Interactive eBook. Dallas, TX: Barcelona Publishers.

Donovan, C.; Chantler, K., Fenton, R. & Bracewell, K. (submitted). Feminist Activism Amongst Academic and Support Staff in The Movement To Address Violence Against Women On Campus.

Garcia, C., Carter, M., Nyariro, M., Escurra, M., Beavis, L., & Mitchell, C. (accepted, 2018). Arts based methodologies in addressing rape culture on University campuses. Sexual violence and Rape Culture on University Campuses. McGill-Queens Press.

Garcia, C., & Vemuri, A. (2018). Girls and Youth Women Resisting Rape Culture through YouTube Videos. Girlhood Studies 10 (3), 26-44.

Garcia, C., & Vemuri, A. (2017). Theorizing “Rape Culture”: How Law, Policy, and Education Support can help end Sexual Violence. [Special Issue]: iMPACTS: Responding to Legal and Educational Dilemmas in Addressing Sexual Violence in Universities. Education and Law Journal 27 (1), 1-27.

Lewington, S., &Hutcheson, S. (2017). Navigating the Labyrinth: Policy Barriers to International Students’ Reporting of Sexual Assault in Canada and the United States. [Special Issue]: iMPACTS: Responding to Legal and Educational Dilemmas in Addressing Sexual Violence in Universities. Education & Law Journal 27 (1), 81-98.

Poyntz, S.R. (2019). Contemporary journalism, social media and sexual violence in the news. Scientific Proceedings of the Canadian Symposium on Sexual Violence on Post-Secondary Education Institutions. Université de Montréal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Rentschler, C. (2018). #MeToo and Student Activism against Sexual Violence, Communication, Culture & Critique invited contribution to Special Forum “#MeToo: Sexual Harassment in Academe,” 11, 503-507.

Rentschler, C., & Groenveld, E. (accepted). Consent. In A. Braithwaite & C., Orr (Eds.), Rethinking Gender and Women’s Studies II. Routledge.

Rentschler, C., Kent, A., & Vemuri, A. (2018). “Historicizing Student Activism against Rape Culture on Campus: A Case Study of McGill University,” accepted for publication in the Proceedings for the Canadian Symposium on Sexual Violence in Post-Secondary Education Institutions.

Rubineau, B., & Jaswal, N. (2017). Response is not prevention: Management insights for reducing campus sexual assault. [Special Issue]: iMPACTS: Responding to Legal and Educational Dilemmas in Addressing Sexual Violence in Universities. Education & Law Journal, 27 (1), 19-38.

Shariff, S. (in press, 2019). Privacy and Protection or Accountability and Transparency? Navigating the Legal Dilemmas Universities Confront when Students Allege Sexual Violence by Professors. In D. Crocker, J. Minaker, & A. Nelund, (Eds.) (Forthcoming) Violence Interrupted: Confronting Sexual Violence on University Campuses.McGill-Queens Press.

Shariff, S. (2018). Clarifying Institutional Legal Responsibilities to Address Sexual Violence as University Contexts Expand Beyond Campus Borders to the Online Realm. In W. Smale, (Ed.), Perspectives on Canadian Educational Law and Policy (pp 333-376). Burlington, Ontario: Word & Deed Publishing Incorporated.

Shariff, S. (2017). Navigating the Minefield of Sexual Violence Policy in Expanding “University Contexts.” [Special Issue]: iMPACTS: Responding to Legal and Educational Dilemmas in Addressing Sexual Violence in Universities. Education & Law Journal, 27 (1), 39-58.

Shariff, S. (2016). Sexting e Cyberbullismo: Quali limiti per i ragazzi sempre connessi? (Edra S.p.A, Trans.) Milano, Italy (Italian translation under rights from Cambridge University Press). (Original work published 2015).

Shariff, S., & Eltis, K. (2017). Addressing Online Sexual Violence: An Opportunity for Partnerships between Law and Education. [Special Issue]: iMPACTS: Responding to Legal and Educational Dilemmas in Addressing Sexual Violence in Universities. Education & Law Journal, 27 (1), 99-117.

Shariff, S.,Jaswal, N., & Dietzel, C. (Co-Eds.) (2017). iMPACTS: Responding to Legal and Educational Dilemmas in Addressing Sexual Violence in Universities. Special Issue, Education & Law Journal.

Shariff, S., & Wiseman, A. (2016). Supporting survivors: A strategic model to address rape culture in universities. Journal of Psychotherapy and Counseling Psychology Reflections, 1 (2), 5-12.

Vemuri, A. (in press). Calling Out Campus Sexual Violence: An Analysis of Anti-Rape Student Activism and Media Engagement at McGill University. In D. Crocker, J. Minaker, & A. Nelund (Eds.). Critical Conversations about Sexual Violence on University Campuses: New Challenges, Novel Solutions. McGill-Queen’s University Press. In Press.

Vemuri, A. (2018). ‘Calling Out’ Campus Sexual Violence: Student Activist Labors of Confrontation and Care. Communication, Culture and Critique 11 (3), 498–502. https://doi.org/10.1093/ccc/tcy021.

 


Talks, Lectures, and Conference Papers

Albury, K. (2018, October). Graduate student seminar: Researching sexual violence in young people’s lives. Presented at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada.

Albury, K. (2018, October). Pornography, performance, and young people. Public lecture at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada.

Briones, E. (2018, February). Repurposing Sociology for a Sociology of the Self: Healing and Self-Understanding of a Sinless Love. Paper presented at American Educational Research Association, New York, USA.

Brito, A. (2019, May). Undergraduate Student Perspectives on Sexual Violence: A Media Perspective. HIPE Conference: Research as a High-Impact Practice for Education. Talk conducted at Douglas College, New Westminster BC, Canada.

Brito, A., Tremblay, R. Wingrove, M., & Friskie, S. (2019, April). Undergraduate Student Perspectives on Sexual Violence. Approaching Edges, Shifting Centers: Contextualizing Undergraduate Feminisms. Talk conducted at Douglas College, New Westminster BC, Canada.

Busby, K. (2018, November). How Should Universities Handle Sexual Violence Complaints. Presentation to the University of Manitoba Senior Alumni Program.

Carter, M., & Tissenbaum, S. (2019). Creating an Arts Based Toolkit for Addressing Rape Culture on University Campuses. Presentation at American Educational Research Association, Toronto, Canada.

Chantler, K. (2018, February). Preventing Sexual harassment and violence at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN). Talk at University of Ghent, Ghent, Belgium.

Chantler, K., & Bracewell, B. (2019, September). Bystander Interventions to prevent Sexual Violence at one NW university in the UK. Presentation at European Conference of Domestic Violence, Oslo, Norway.

Chantler, K., & Bracewell, B. (2019, June). Troubling Activism. Presentation at Gender & Education Association International Conference, University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, England.

Chantler, K., & Bracewell, K. (2018, May). Tackling Sexual Violence at UCLan, Talk at University of Sunderland, Sunderland, England.

Chantler, K., Donovan, C., Fenton, R., & Bracewell, K. (2019, September). Implementing the UUK (2016) Changing the Culture Agenda: Barriers and Facilitators. European Conference of Domestic Violence. Oslo, Norway.

Chantler, K., Donovan, C., Fenton, R., & Bracewell, K. (2019, June). Activism and Implementing the UUK (2016) Changing the Culture Agenda: Barriers and Facilitators. Gender & Education Association International Conference. University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, England.

Dietzel, C. (2019, September). Rape culture on dating apps designed for men who have sex with men. 3rd European Conference on Domestic Violence (ECDV). Talk presented at ECDV, Oslo, Norway.

Dietzel, C. (2019, April). Rape culture on dating apps: Examining sexual consent among gay/queer men. Concordia University Symposium “Addressing Sexual Violence and Rape Culture”. Talk presented at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.

Dietzel, C. (2019, April). “That’s straight up rape culture”: Examining sexual violence and consent among LGBTQ+ dating app users. American Educational Research Association (AERA). Talk presented at the AERA Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada.

Dietzel, C. (2019, March). Rape culture and sexual consent on gay/queer dating apps. American College Personnel Association (ACPA). Talk presented at the AERA Annual Convention, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.

Dietzel, C. (2019, February). “Be fit, be white, be…”: Exploring racist systems and issues of consent among queer dating app users. Sites Queer: Technologies, Spaces, and Otherness. Talk presented at the University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Dietzel, C. (2018, August). Sexual violence in LGBTQ+ communities and rape culture on dating apps. American Sociological Association (ASA). Talk presented at the ASA Sexualities Pre-Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.

Dietzel, C. (2018, June). An overview of sexual violence in LGBTQ+ communities and of rape culture on dating apps. Canadian Association of College and University Student Services (CACUSS). Talk presented at the CACUSS Annual Conference, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada.

Dietzel, C. (2018, May). Examining rape culture on LGBTQ+ dating apps. Canadian Bilingual Symposium on Sexual Violence in Post-Secondary Educational Institutions. Talk presented at l’Université du Québec à Montréal, Montreal, Canada.

Dietzel, C. (2018, April). Recognizing rape culture online: Sexual health education programs on dating apps and for LGBTQ communities. American Educational Chantler, K. & Bracewell, K. (2018, March). Tackling Sexual Violence at UCLan: The Bystander Initiative. Talk. Tackling Violence, Harassment and Hate Crime Conference. UCLan, Preston, England.Research Association (AERA). Talk presented at the AERA Annual Meeting, New York City, New York, USA.

Dietzel, C. (2018, March). Sexual assault and rape culture among men who have sex with men. Education Graduate Students’ Society (EGSS). Talk presented at the EGSS Conference, McGill University, Montreal, Canada.

Dietzel, C. (2018, March). Rape culture among gay/queer individuals on dating apps. 2018 McGill Queer Research Colloquium. Talk presented at McGill University, Montreal, Canada.

Dietzel, C. (2018, January). Safer social connections among dating app users. iDate: Online Dating and Dating Industry Conference. Talk presented at the iDate Conference, Miami, Florida, USA.

Dietzel, C. (2017, October). An overview of LGBTQ rape culture and sexual violence among gay-identified males. Gay Men’s Sexual Health Alliance of Ontario (GMSH). Talk presented at the GMSH Symposium, Toronto, Canada.

Dietzel, C. (2017, August). An overview of LGBTQ rape culture and sexual violence among gay-identified males. National Conference on LGBTTIQ2AS Human Rights. Talk presented at the Canada Pride Conference, Montreal, Canada.

Dietzel, C. (2017, February). Rape culture, researchers, and reflexivity: Reflections by emerging scholars researching sexual violence. Provoking Curriculum Encounters Conference. Talk presented at the Provoking Curriculum Encounters Conference, Montreal, Canada.

Friskie, S. (2019, May). Undergraduate Student Perspectives on Sexual Violence: A Legacy of Colonization. HIPE Conference: Research as a High-Impact Practice for Education. Talk presented at Douglas College, New Westminster BC, Canada.

Garcia, C. (2019). Exploring Audiences' Responses to Sexuality Education Videos on YouTube. Presentation at American Educational Research Association, Toronto, Canada.

Garcia, C. (2018, June). YouTube as a learning tool: Exploring the benefits and challenges of the platform. Faculty lecture at Soka University, CA, USA.

Garcia, C. (2018). From online videos to classroom tools: What can YouTube videos mean for sexual consent education? ASA Sexualities Preconference. Philadelphia, PA, USA.

Garcia, C. (2017, June). YouTube, learning and civic engagement: Reflections on implications of youth YouTube practices for education. Public lecture at Soka University, CA, USA.

Garcia, C. (2017). Young Women’s Perspectives of Vlogging as a Tool to Teach and Learn about Sexual Consent. CSSE Annual Conference. Toronto, Canada.

Garcia, C. (2016). Rape culture, girls and vlogging: How are young female vloggers shifting the discourse around sexual consent? AskFirst: A Symposium on Creating a Culture of Consent. University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada.

Garcia, C. (2016). Using YouTube to teach about sexual consent: Opportunities for discovery, discord, and discourse. Moving Forward: Identities, Sexting, Schooled Bodies, and the Curriculum that Frames us. Western University, London, Canada.

Garcia, C. (2016). Unpacking Laci Green's video "wanna have sex? (consent 101)": A framework to teach sexual consent through media education. 60th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society (CIES). Vancouver, Canada.

Garcia, C., Briones, E., & Vemuri, A. (2017). Sex Education. Outside the Box: Educating to Change. Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.

Garcia, C., & Velghe, A. (2019). How Can Tool Kits Effectively Support Anti–Sexual Violence Workshop Facilitators? An Interview Study. Presentation at American Educational Research Association, Toronto, Canada.

Hibberd, A. (2017, April). How University Policy Makers Perceive Sexual violence on Their Campus. In Culture and Community in Canada: Education for All. Paper presented at McGill Education Graduate Student Society, Montreal, Canada.

Hibberd, A. (2016, October). Read ‘em and Weep: How Sexual Violence Policies at Universities Fall Short. Ask First Symposium. Presentation at University of Calgary Women’s Resource Centre, Calgary, Canada.

Hutcheson, S. (2017, March). Service delivery and support for international students in a neoliberal context: Implications for sexual assault. Presentation at EGSS McGill Conference, Montreal, Canada.

Lewington, S. (2017, April). The Power of Policy: Investigating Women’s Experiences of Safety and Sexuality. Feminist Research Colloquium. McGill University, Montreal, Canada.

Lewington, S., & Hutcheson, S. (2019, April). Beyond international students as “exports”: Prioritizing care, legal competency, and student well-being in the wake of sexual violence. Comparative International Education Society Conference. San Francisco, California, USA.

Nothwehr, B. (2017, September). Transformative Justice Organization Working with Sexual Violence and Rape Culture. Equity Undergraduate Research Symposium. Montreal, Canada.

Palermo, A. M. & Harkins, L. (2019, May). Assessing the effectiveness of university outcomes for perpetrators of sexual violence. Poster presented at the North American Correctional and Criminal Justice Psychology Conference (NACCJPC), Halifax, Canada.

Palermo, A. M. & Harkins, L. (2019, March). Perspectives of sexual violence survivors on university outcomes for perpetrators. Poster presented at the American Psychology-Law Society (APLS) Conference, Portland, Oregon.

Palermo, A. M. & Harkins, L. (2018, August). Campus sexual violence: Examining students’ understanding of consent and rape proclivity. Symposium presented at the International Association for the Treatment of Sexual Offenders (IATSO) conference, Vilnius, Lithuania

Rentschler, C. (2018, November). Making Media and Doing Feminism: The materials of Feminist Process. Lecture at the Feminist Medio Studio, Montreal, Canada.

Rentschler, C. (2018, May). Student Activist Tactics against Sexual Misconduct on Campus. Talk conducted at the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Prague, Czech Republic.

Rentschler, C. (2018, May). What Responsibility Looks like in Student Activism against Rape Culture. Talk conducted at the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Prague, Czech Republic.

Rentschler, C. (2018, April). The Materials of Feminist Process: Making Media and Doing Feminism. Lecture at the Feminist Research Collective, University of Texas, Dallas, USA.

Rentschler, C. (2018, March). Doing Feminism and Making Media: Critical Approaches to Transformative Media Praxis. Talk conducted at Annual Conference of the Society for Cinema and Media Studies, Toronto, Canada.

Rentschler, C., & Vemuri, A. (2018, May). Historicizing Student Activism against Rape Culture on Campus: A Case Study of McGill University. Canadian Symposium on Sexual Violence in Post-Secondary Education Institutions. University of Quebec, Montreal, Canada.

Shariff, S. (2019, November – upcoming). Invited Guest Speaker in the Talk-back of production Persephone Bound. Imago Theater, Montreal, Canada.

Shariff, S. (2019, September). Sexual Violence: A Partnership Project. 3rd European Conference on Domestic Violence, Oslo, Norway.

Shariff, S. (2018, May). Legal Dilemmas of Addressing Sexual Violence in Universities. Canadian Association for the Practical Study of Law in Education (CAPSLE) Annual. Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Shariff, S. (2018, April, Accepted, but could not attend). Sexual Violence in Universities. American Education Research Association. New York, NYC. U.S.A.

Shariff, S. (2017, October). Sexting, Sexual Violence and Social Justice. Talk conducted at the Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice Listening, Universite de Montreal, Montreal, Canada.

Shariff, S. (2017, September 8). Shariff Partnership: A Multi-Sector Partnership towards Sustainable Models to Reduce and Prevent Sexual and Domestic Violence in Universities and Greater Society. II European Conference on Domestic Violence. Porto, Portugal.

Shariff, S. (2017, September). Sexual Violence: A Partnership Project. 2nd European Conference on Domestic Violence. Porto, Portugal.

Shariff, S., Garcia, C., & Courtemanche, F. (2017). Un partenariat du CRSH visant les politiques universitaires et les interventions pédagogiques en lien avec la violence sexuelle. Femmes, Violences, Politiques et Résistances. Université Féministe d’Été at UQAL, Quebec City, Canada.

Shariff, S., Rentschler, C., & Beer, R. (2018, May). Contemporary journalism, social media and sexual violence in the news). Symposium on Sexual Violence in Post-Secondary Education Institutions. Université du Québec à Montréal, Montreal, Canada.

Sheppard, C. (2018, March). Addressing Sexual Violence and Universities. Taking Back our Campuses: Campus Sexual Violence, A Civil Rights Issue. Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.

Simko, S. (2018, May). Dear L: Narrative inquiry of a queer woman’s survivor narrative. Exploring Healthy Relationships and Sexuality in #metoo. Toronto, Canada.

Simko, S. (2018, April). Dear L: Narrative inquiry of a queer woman’s survivor narrative. Feminisms at Lakehead 2018: Women and Health. Thunder Bay, Canada.

Smith, L., Hotel, C., & Wingrove, M. Promise and Peril: A Preliminary Review of Sexual Violence and Misconduct Policies in British Columbia. International Public Policy Association, 4th International Conference on Public Policy. Talk conducted at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.

Vemuri, A. (2019, June). Priya’s power, Shiva’s rage: Representing gender-based violence in Priya’s Shakti. Talk conducted at the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities of Canada, Vancouver, Canada.

Vemuri, A. (2019, April). Addressing Sexual Violence and Rape Culture: Building Inclusive Strategies Across Campuses. Talk conducted at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.

Vemuri, A. (2018, November). Gatekeepers and Space Invaders: The Contentious Politics of Feminism in India. Off Script: Tactics and Techniques of Feminist Errancy. Paper presented at McGill University, Montreal, Canada.

Vemuri, A. (2018, May). Calling Out Sexual Violence on Campus: The Confrontational and Caring Labour of Student Activists. Paper presented by proxy at the International Communication Association, Prague, Czechia.

Vemuri, A. (2018, February). Historicizing Student Activism against Rape Culture at McGill University: A timeline. Paper presented by proxy at the American Educational Research Association, New York, U.S.A.

Vemuri, A. (2017, June). ‘Calling Out’ Campus Sexual Violence: An Analysis of Anti-Rape Student Activism and Media Engagement at McGill University. Colloquium on Campus Sexual Violence. Halifax, Canada.

Vemuri, A. (2017, February). Online Activism as Pedagogy: Exploring the Ethics of Representation and Collaboration. Provoking Curriculum Conference. Paper presented at Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies, Montreal, Canada.

Vemuri, A., & Krishnamurthi, S. (2018, July). Goddess to the rescue! A critical analysis of Priya’s Shakti, an anti-rape comic book. Paper presented at the XIX World Congress of the International Sociological Association, Toronto, Canada.

 


Selected Keynote Presentations

International Keynotes

Shariff, S. (2017, October). Invited Keynote for Visiting Chinese Judges: CIAJ, Faculty de droit, Universite de Montreal. Topic: Cyberbullying, Sexting, Sexual Violence and Social Justice.

Shariff, S. (2017, June). Keynote Invitation: International Association of Women Judges conference. Topic: Sensitizing Judges on Sexual Violence and Shifting Societal Norms on Social Media. Montreal, Quebec.

Selected National Keynote Presentations

Curtis, C. (2019, May 24). Keynote presentation at the Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of Music Therapists. Topic: Tapestry! Our rich Diversity.

Shariff, S. (2019, May 2). Keynote: Sexual Harassment in the Workplace. Work of SSHRC iMPACTS Partnership Project, Annual Meeting of the Nova Scotia Barristers Association, Prince George Hotel, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Shariff, S. (2018, June). Keynote: Sexual Violence in Universities to host the Canadian Symposium on Sexual Violence in Post-Secondary Education Institutions, UQUAM, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Shariff, S. (2017, Dec. 7-8). Keynote: A partnered approach to sexual violence policy in universities. National Conference on Campus Sexual Assault for Higher Education Administrators. Toronto Marriott Bloor Yorkville Hotel, Ontario, Canada.

Shariff, S. (2017, May 23) Keynote: A partnered approach to addressing sexual violence in universities: Role of law, media and the arts. Conference held by l’Université féministe d’été (UFÉ) de l’Université Laval 2017. Theme: Femmes, violences, politiques et résistances. Quebec City, Quebec, Canada [injury prevented attendance]

Selected Invited Local Keynote and Theoretical Presentations

Shariff, S. (2019, February). Empathetic aspects of addressing sexual violence. Vanier College, Montreal, Q.C., Canada.

 


Workshops & Panels

Busby, K. (2019, May). Designing an Adjudication Process: Systemic Considerations. Workshop given at Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, Toronto, Canada.

Busby, K. (2019, April). Campus Sexual Violence Policies. Workshop given at Dalhousie Law School organized by Canadian Centre for Legal Innovation in Sexual Assault Law Reform, Halifax, Canada.

Dietzel, C. (2019, September 16). Sexual violence in LGBTQ+ communities and sexual consent on dating apps. McGill University’s Office for Sexual Violence Response, Support and Education (OSVRSE). Workshop given to OSVRSE, Montreal, Canada.

Dietzel, C. (2018, April 30). Le consentment parmi les hommes ayant des relations sexuelles avec d'autres hommes. RÉZO: Santé et mieux-être des hommes gais et bisexuels, cis et trans. Workshop given to RÉZO, Montreal, Canada.

Dietzel, C. (2018, April 23). Women’s safety online. Facebook Canada’s Hard Questions Roundtable. Invited panelist for Facebook Canada, Ottawa, Canada.

Dietzel, C. (2018, January 21). Insta-Gratification: What does a healthy relationship with social media look like? Students in Mind: Mental Health Conference. Invited panelist at Mental Health Conference, Montreal, Canada.

Dugal, A. (2019, February). Representing Survivor Stories in Research. Presentation at iMPACTS research group, Montreal, Canada.

Dugal, A. (2018, January). Doing Survivor-Centred Research. Presentation at iMPACTS research group, Montreal, Canada.

Garcia, C. (2018, October). A vlog-making workshop: Let’s Talk About Consent Culture!. Workshop at McGill University, Montreal, Canada.

Garcia, C. (2018, September). SHIFT: Let’s talk gender violence. Panelist at Douglas College, New Westminster BC, Canada.

Garcia, C. (2017, November). Understanding the impact of the #MeToo movement in the classroom. Panel presentation at McGill Women in Leadership, McGill University, Montreal, Canada.

Garcia, C., Vemuri, A., Briones, E., Dietzel, C., & Hibberd, A. (2017, February). Rape Culture, Researchers and Reflexivity: Reflections on the practice of researching sexual violence. Provoking Curriculum Conference. Student panelists at Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies, Montreal, Canada.

Hibberd, A. (2018, April). How University Policymakers Perceive Sexual Violence on their Campus. The Dreams, Possibilities, and Necessity of Public Education. Student panelist at American Educational Research Association, New York, U.S.A.

Hutcheson, (2019, September, Experiences of International Students with

Sexual Violence. 3rd European Conference on Domestic Violence, Oslo, Norway.

Hutcheson, S. (2019, April). Contextualizing Sexual Violence in International Students’ Experiences: Implications and Recommendations for Culturally-Competent Service Delivery. Rape Culture in Public Education and Online: Exploring Current Realities and Solutions. Panelist at American Educational Research Association, Toronto, Canada.

Nothwehr, B. (2018, April). Alternative Justice and Sexual Assault. Panel at McGill University with STAND for Prison Justice, Montreal, Canada.

Nothwehr, B. (2018, March). Alternative Justice & Sexual Violence. Panel discussion conducted at the meeting of Students Taking A New Direction for Prison Justice, McGill University, Montreal, Canada.

Nothwehr, B. (2017, November). A Survey of Toolkits for Sexual Assault Research. Presentation at iMPACTS research group, Montreal, Canada.

Rentschler, C. (2019, April). Addressing Sexual Violence and Rape Culture: Building Inclusive Strategies Across Campuses. Panelist at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.

Rentschler, C., & Dugal, A. (2019, March). Conducting Survivor-Centred Interviews on Sexual Violence. Presentation at iMPACTS research group, Montreal, Canada.

Shariff, S. (October 4, 2019). Panelist: Speaking Back. More Than Words: Studying the Impact of Arts Based Survivor Engagement on Families and Communities. Inaugural Symposium. Faculty Club, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Shariff, S. (September, 2019). Panelist. Sexual Violence in Universities. SSHRC iMPACTS Project. 3rd European Conference on Domestic Violence. Oslo, Norway.

Shariff, S. (April, 2019). Panelist and Chair. Sexual Violence in Universities and the work of SSHRC iMPACTS Project. American Education Research Association (AERA) Annual Conference, Toronto, Ontario.

Shariff, S. (2019, March). Politics, The #metoo Movement, and Sexual Violence from an Academic Perspective. The #MeToo Movement and Parliament. Presentation at the meeting of the Canadian Study of Parliament Group (CSPG).

Shariff, S. (October, 2017). Panelist,“Safe Spaces”. Human Rights Conference, Enabling Civil Society, McGill Center for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism, Faculty of Law, Montreal, Quebec.

Shariff, S. (2017, May 4-5). Invited Panelist (Peer Reviewed Submission 2016). Revisiting “rape culture”: A critical discussion about concepts, cultures, and the carceral. A Joint Conference of the Critical Perspectives: Criminology and Social Justice and the Centre for Interdisciplinary Justice Studies. University of Ottawa. [unable to attend due to injury].

Shariff, S. (2016, August 10-11): Invited Panelist. Sexual violence and rape culture in digital spaces. Ontario Universities Taking Action Against Sexual Violence. Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

Sheppard, C. (2018, March). Addressing Sexual Violence and Universities. Panel presentation at Concordia University & the Centre for Research and Action on Race Relations, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.

Simko, S. (2017, February). Discussions with 2SLGBTQIA Youth: finding support in school and community. Two-Spirit Youth and Elder Summit (2SYES). Discussion hosted at Thunder Bay Indigenous Friendship Centre, Thunder Bay ON, Canada.

Simko, S. (2016, September). Sharing Stories, Lived Experiences, and Community Arts. Power of Our Collective Voices: changing the conversation on sexual violence at post-secondary institutions. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.

Vemuri, A. (2017, November). Understanding the impact of the #MeToo movement in the classroom. Panel presentation at McGill Women in Leadership, McGill University, Montreal, Canada.

Vemuri, A., Garcia, C. & Briones, E. (2017, March). Rape Culture, Researchers and Reflexivity: Reflections on the practice of researching sexual violence. Panel on Sex Education. Graduate Conference. Panel presentation at Concordia University, Department of Education, Montreal, Canada.

Zaleski, K. (2018, October). The Mental Health Effects of Image Based Sexual Abuse. Webinar organized by YWCA-Canada.

 


Toolkits

Vemuri, A. & Rentschler, C. (2019). Toolkit: Principles and Tips for Achieving Ethical Relationships of Collaboration in Researching Sexual Violence.

Kent, A., Nothwehr, B., Vemuri, A. & Rentschler, C. (2018). Some Guidelines and Principles of Survivor-Centered Research: A Toolkit.

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