Waldron, I.R.G (2018). “The ENRICH Project: Blurring the borders between community and the ivory tower”, Kalfou: A Journal of Comparative and Relational Ethnic Studies (Special Issue: articles based on the symposium “Over the Line: A Conversation About Race, Place, & the Environment”, organized by Ingrid Waldron). In press.
Waldron, I. (2018). “Re-thinking waste: Mapping racial geographies of violence on the colonial landscape”, Environmental Sociology (Special Issue: Environmental Justice & Deep Intersectionality), 4 (1), 36-53.
Waldron, I. & A. Gazso. (2018). “Managing low income in families: The importance of institutions andinteractions” (Chapter 6). In A. Gazso & K. Kobayashi (Eds.), Continuity & innovation: Canadian families in the new millennium (pp. 80-96). Toronto: Nelson Education.
Gazso, A., MacDaniel, S. & I. Waldron (2016). “Networks of social support to manage poverty: More changeable than durable”, Journal of Poverty, 1-24.
Waldron, I. (2015). “Findings from a series of workshops entitled “In whose backyard? – Exploring toxic legacies in Mi’kmaw & African Nova Scotian communities”, Environmental Justice, 8 (2), 1–5.
McGibbon, E., Waldron, I. & J. Jackson (2013). “The social determinants of cardiovascular health: Time for a focus on racism (Guest Editorial)”, Diversity & Equality in Health & Care, 10(3), 139–42.
McGibbon, E., Jackson, J. & I. Waldron (2013). “Racism & cardiovascular health: Implications for nursing”, Canadian Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 23(4), 12–17.
Waldron, I. (2012). “Out from the margins: Centering African-centered knowledge in psychological discourse”, The Australian Community Psychologist (Special Issue: Ignored No Longer Emerging Indigenous Researchers on Indigenous Psychologies), 24(1), 34–47.
Waldron, I. (2010, May)."The marginalization of African indigenous healing traditions within Western medicine: Reconciling ideological tensions & contradictions along the epistemological terrain",Women's Health and Urban Life: An International and Interdisciplinary Journal, 9 (1), 50-71.
Waldron, I. (2010, May). “A multi-level interactional analysis of the impact of macro-structural forces & micro-situational events on health outcomes for racialized groups”, Hawai‘i Journal of Public Health, 2 (2), 1-22
Johnston, S.D., Angelucci, T., Howey, M., Lawlor, S., Townsend, E. & Waldron, I. (2009, November), “Social influences on primary health care in occupational therapy”, World Federation of Occupational Therapists Bulletin, 60, 49-55.
Gazso, A. & Waldron, I. (2009, October). “Fleshing out the racial undertones of poverty for Canadian women and their families: Re-envisioning a critical integrative framework”,Atlantis:A Women’s Studies Journal, 34 (1), 132-141.
Waldron, I. (2003). “Examining beliefs about mental illness among African Canadian women”, Women’s Health and Urban Life: An International and Interdisciplinary Journal, 2 (1): 42-58.
Waldron, I. (2002). “The power of knowledge: Resisting psychiatric imperialism through African indigenous conceptualizations of mental illness”, Endarch: Journal of Black Political Research, 19-35.
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