Publications

 JOINT PUBLICATIONS: Peer-Reviewed, Print

Green, Fiona Joy and Jaqueline McLeod Rogers, editors. Parenting/Internet/Kids: Domesticating Technologies, Demeter Press, forthcoming 202. Print.

Green, Fiona Joy and Jaqueline McLeod Rogers. “When Story Time is Over: Mothering Adult Children by Practicing Productive Silence” in Middle Grounds: Essays on Midlife Mothering edited by Kathy Mantas and Lorinda Peterson, 2018, pp. 253-272. Demeter Press. Print.

McLeod Rogers, Jaqueline and Fiona Joy Green. “Mommy Blogging and Deliberative Dialogical Ethics: Being in the Ethical Moment” Journal of the Motherhood Initiative Research and Community Involvement. Spring/Summer 2015. Volume 6 (1):31-49. https://core.ac.uk/download/pdf/287191361.pdf

BLOGS:  browse non peer-reviewed/ online circulations.

FIONA JOY GREEN

SURVEILLING MOTHERS:
Green, Fiona J. “Moms under Surveillance: Noticing and Challenging the Idea of Legitimate Mothers” in Andrea O’Reilly (Ed) What Moms Need: Motherhood Activists and Scholars Speak Out on Maternal Empowerment for the 21st Century. Toronto: Demeter Press, 2012, pp. 21-34. 

Green, Fiona J.  “Real(ity) TV Practices of surveillance: Evaluating mothers in Supernanny and Crash Test Mommy” in Elizabeth Podnieks (Ed.) Mediating Moms: Mothering in Popular Culture, McGill-Queen’s Press, 2012, pp. 86-109. 

Green, Fiona J. “Supernanny: Disciplining Mothers through a Narrative of Domesticity” Storytelling: A Critical Journal of Popular Narrative. 2007, 6 (2) 99-107. 


FEMINIST MOTHERING/PARENTING:  
O’Reilly, Andrea and Fiona Joy Green, editors. Mothers, Mothering and COVID 19: Reflections from a Pandemic. Demeter Press, 2021. 

O’Reilly, Andrea and Fiona Joy Green. “Introduction.” Mothers, Mothering and COVID-19: Reflections from a Pandemic, edited by Andrea O’Reilly and Fiona Joy Green. Demeter Press, 2021, pp. 15-32.

Green, Fiona J. and Tracey Farrington, “No room for family: Covid-19 Fatigue.” Mothers, Mothering and COVID-19: Reflections from a Pandemic, edited by Andrea O’Reilly and Fiona Joy Green. Demeter Press, 2021, pp. 523-525.

Green, Fiona J. Co-editor, Guest Editorial Board, Journal of the Motherhood Initiative for Research and Community Involvement(JMI) Special edition “Academic Mothers and COVID-19”. 2020.

Green, Fiona J. “Feminist Mothering.” Routledge Motherhood Companion edited by Lynn O’Brien Hallstein, Andrea O’Reilly, & Melinda Vandenbeld Giles, Routledge, 2020, pp. 36-50. 

Green, Fiona J. “Practicing Matricentric Feminist Mothering.” Journal of the Motherhood Initiative for Research and Community Involvement, vol. 10, no.1&2, 2019, pp. 83-99. 

Green, Fiona J. “Empowering Mothers and Daughters through Matroreform and Feminist Motherlines.” Journal of the Motherhood Initiative Research and Community Involvement, vol. 9, no. 1, 2018, pp. 9-20.

Green, Fiona J. “Re-Conceptualising Motherhood: Reaching Back to Move Forward” Journal of Family Studies. Special Issue: Motherhood, Feminisms and the Future. 2015, Vol. 21 (3): 196-207. 

Green, Fiona J., and Gary Lee Pelletier (Eds.) Essential Breakthroughs: Conversations about Men, Mothers, and Mothering. Bradford, Ontario: Demeter Press, 2015. 

Green, Fiona J., and May Friedman (Eds.). Chasing Rainbows: Gender Fluid Parenting Practices. Bradford, Ontario: Demeter Press, 2013. 

Edginton-Green, Liam, Barry Edginton and Fiona Joy Green. “Our Fluid Family: Expression, Engagement and Feminism” in Fiona Joy Green and May Friedman (Eds.) Chasing Rainbows: Gender Fluid Parenting Practices. Bradford, Ontario: Demeter Press, 2013, pp.183-196. 

Green, Fiona J. Practicing Feminist Mothering. Winnipeg: Arbeiter Ring Publishing, 2011. 

Green, Fiona J. “Empowering First-Time Mothers: The Feminist Coping with Change Maternal Health Promotion Program” in Andrea O’Reilly (Ed.) The 21st Century Motherhood Movement: Mothers Speak Out on Why We Need to Change the World and How to Do It. Bradford, Ontario: Demeter Press, 2011, pp. 336-345. 

Green, Fiona J. “Feminist Motherline: Embodied knowledge/s of feminist mothering” in Andrea O’Reilly (Ed). Feminist Mothering. Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 2008, pp. 161-176. 

Green, Fiona J. “Matroreform: Feminist Mothers and Their Daughters Creating Feminist Motherlines” Journal for the Association for Research on Mothering, Mothers and Daughters. 2008, Volume 10 (2):11-21. 

Green, Fiona J. “Developing a Feminist Motherline: Reflections on a decade of feminist parenting” Journal for the Association for Research on Mothering. 2006, 8 (1&2):7-20. 

Green, Fiona J. “Feminist Mothering: Challenging Gender Inequality by Resisting the Institution of Motherhood and Raising Children to be Critical Agents of Social Change” Socialist Studies 2005, 1(1):83-99. 

Green, Fiona J. “What’s Love Got To Do With It? A personal reflection on the role of maternal love in feminist teaching”. Journal for the Association for Research on Mothering. 2003, 5 (2):47-56. 

Green, Fiona J. “Living Feminism through Mothering”. Journal for the Association of Research on Mothering. 1999, 1 (1):99-104. 

JAQUELINE McLEOD ROGERS 

WRITING  and WOMEN
McLeod Rogers, J. “Geopolitics in the Anti-suffrage Cartoons of American John Tinney McCutcheon and Canadian Newton McConnell: Stopping Trans-Atlantic Flow.” Peitho 17:1 Fall/Winter 2014: 31-45.

McLeod Rogers, J. Review of Beyond Bylines: Media Workers and Women’s Rights in Canada, Barbara M. Freeman. Wilfred Laurier University Press, for Feminist Media Studies. Vol. 3. no. 5, 2013: 891-893.

McLeod Rogers, J. “Old[er] Women Writing Teachers Learning New[er] Technologies: Teaching and Trusting.”  In Web 2.0.Applications for First year Composition Assignments. Claire Lutkewitte, ed. Texas: Fountainhead Press, 2012. Chapter 2, 9-26. 

McLeod Rogers, Jaqueline. “Make Room for the Internet: Moms and Teen Daughters” in Harlot: a Revealing Look at the Arts of Persuasion:  Special Issue: Technology and the Family. No. 6 (2011) Online. 18 pp. http://harlotofthearts.org/index.php/harlot/issue/current

McLeod Rogers, Jaqueline. “Margaret Mead’s Coming of Age in Ethnography,” Ethnologies 32.1 (2010): 197-216.

McLeod Rogers, Jaqueline “Grace After Pressure,” in Marjorie Anderson and Carol Shields Eds. Dropped Threads: What We Aren’t Told. Random/Vintage Canada, January 2001.

McLeod Rogers, J. Two Sides to a Story: Gender in the Narrative Practices of University- and Elementary-Level Writers. Winnipeg: Inkshed Publications, 1997, 1-150.                  

NOW published online (Inkshed editor, Rogers Graves) with new introduction to provide a current context for studying gender and narrative: https://cwcaaccr.com/2017/04/13/publications-new-from-inkshed/ 

Mcleod Rogers, J. Review of The Writing of Margaret Laurence: Challenging Territory. Christian Riegal, ed. University of Alberta Press, 1997 in Great Plains Quarterly. Vol. 19.3 (Summer 1999) 213-215.

McLeod Rogers, Jaqueline “Identifying Patterns in Student Narrative Writing (and Reading)” in Quilting a New Canon: Stitching Women’s Words.  Ed. Uma Parameswaran, Toronto: Sister Vision Press, 1996, pp. 145-164.

McLeod Rogers, J. Aspects of the Female Novel. Wakefield, N.H.: Longwood Academic, 1991, 1-179.

WRITING and COMMUNITY:
McLeod Rogers, J. McLuhan’s Techno-Sensorium City: Coming to our Senses in a Programmed Environment. Lanham MD: Lexington Press. [7-chapter study] Forthcoming fall 2020:  ISBN 9781793605245.

McLeod Rogers, Jaqueline. “Self and the City: Teaching Sensory Perception and Integration inCity as Classroom.” [Pedagogy article] Media Ecology Association. 15.3&4 (2019):287-302.

McLeod Rogers, Jaqueline. “Local Flaneury and Creative Invention, Transforming self and city.” In Artistic Approaches to Cultural Mapping: Activating Imaginaries and Means of Knowing. Nancy Duxbury, Alys Longley and Will Garrett Petts, eds. New York: Routledge, 2018.

Harris, Judith and J. McLeod Rogers. “Complex Alliances: A Community and Institution-Based Project for Educating Justice Involved Women.” The Annual Review of Interdisciplinary Justice Research. vol. 4 (Fall 2014): 211-233.

McLeod Rogers, J. and J. Harris. “Who’s Your Community?: Partnering to Build a Social Co-op for Aboriginal Women Transitioning from Prison”  Journal of Co-operative Studies. Ed. I. Findlay. Summer 2014: 25-38.

McLeod Rogers J. “Local Flaneury: Losing and Finding One’s Place.” Peter N. Goggin ed. New York: Routledge/Taylor and Francis, 2013, 50-75.

McLeod Rogers, Jaqueline. “Motivated Self-Writing: Teaching and Theorizing Narrative Inquiry to Undergraduate Researchers” in The Canadian Journal for Studies in Discourse and Writing.  23. 1 (2011): Online: 1-16. http://www.ufv.ca/cjsdw/journal2011.html

McLeod Rogers, Jaqueline. “Border Stoppings and Crossings: Teaching Writing in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.”Writing on the Edge. Special Edition: Teaching Writing around the World, Christopher Thais, guest ed. (UC: Davis) 21.1 (Fall 2010): 37-48.

McLeod Rogers, Jaqueline. “Helping Students to Make Sense with The Sunflower Narrative: Experience and Memory, Change and Truth,” Revisiting the Past through Rhetorics of Memory and Amnesia. Dale Sullivan, Russell Hirst and Bruce Maylath eds. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press, November 2010: 133-144.

McLeod Rogers, Jaqueline. “Finding Words,” Writing on the Edge: On Writing and Teaching Writing, (UC: Davis) 2008: 69-78.