book chapters

2018. ‘Us and Them’: Immigration and Barriers to a Diverse Canadian Identity.  In Racism and Anti-Racism in Canada, ed. David Este, Liza Lorenzetti, and Christa Sato, 102-124. Winnipeg, MB: Fernwood Publishing.

 

2018.  Religion and Gender Equality in Catholic Philippines: Discourses and Practices in the 21st Century. In Women and Religion: Contemporary and Future Challenges in the Global Era, ed. Elisabetta Ruspini, Glenda Tibe Bonifacio and Consuelo Corradi, 41-57. Bristol, UK: Policy Press, University of Bristol.

 

2016. I Care for You, Who Cares for Me? Transitional Services of Filipino Live-in Caregivers in Canada. In Sisters or Strangers? Immigrant, Ethnic, and Racialized Women in Canadian History, 2nd edition, ed. Marlene Epp and Franca Iacovetta, 252-270. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

 

2016. Legacy in the Academe: Integrated Activism for Social Justice. In Disrupt 2.0. Filipino Women: Daring to Lead. The Second Book on Leadership by the Filipina Women’s Network, ed. Maria Africa Beebe, 153-162. San Francisco, CA: Filipina Women’s Network.

 

2015. Live-in Caregivers in Canada; Servitude for Promissory Citizenship and Family Rights. In Migrant Domestic Workers and Family Life: International Perspectives, ed. Maria Kontos and Glenda Bonifacio, 145-161. New York: Palgrave Macmillan

 

2014. “The Lonely Planet”: Filipino Temporary Foreign Workers, Housing Arrangements, and Sexualities in Rural Alberta. In Gender and Rural Migration: Realities, Conflict and Change, ed. G. Bonifacio, 228-251. New York and London: Routledge

 

​2010. Five Daughters and a PhD: Pinay and Mothering in Canada. In Mothering Canada: Interdisciplinary Voices, eds. Shawna Geissler, Lynn Loutzenhiser, Jocelyne Praud, and Leesa Streifler, 181-191. Toronto: Demeter Press

2010. Building Communities through Faith: Filipino Catholics in Philadelphia and Alberta (with V. Angeles). In Gender, Religion and Migration: Pathways of Integration (co-edited with Vivienne SM. Angeles), 257-273. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books

 

2009. Migration and Maternalism: (Re) Configuring Ruddick’s Maternal Love. In Maternal Thinking: Philosophy, Politics, Practice, ed. Andrea O’Reilly, 160-172. Toronto: Demeter Press

 

2009. Feminist Teaching of the Goddess in Southern Alberta: Students' Responses and Challenges. In Feminist Spirituality: The Next Generation, ed. Chris Klassen, 119-135. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books

2008. Doing Democracy and Feminism in the Classroom: Challenging Hegemonic Practices. In Doing Democracy: Striving for Political Literacy and Social Justice, eds. Darren E. Lund and Paul Carr, 195-211. New York: Peter Lang Publishers

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