Chapter Publications

Refereed Publications

Marques, O., & Rinaldi, J. (2020). The Politics of Consent & the Problem with Focusing on Violence. In G. Cannon Becker, & A. Dionne (Eds.), Rape Culture 101: Programming Change (pp. 128-147). Toronto: Demeter Press.

Rinaldi, J., Rice, C., & Friedman, M. (2020). Introduction. In M. Friedman, C. Rice, & J. Rinaldi, (Eds.), Thickening Fat: Fat Bodies, Intersectionality, & Social Justice (pp. 1-12). London: Routledge.

LaMarre, A., Rice, C., & Rinaldi, J. (2020). Tracing Fatness through the Eating Disorder Assemblage. In M. Friedman, C. Rice, & J. Rinaldi (Eds.), Thickening Fat: Fat Bodies, Intersectionality, & Social Justice (pp. 64-76). London: Routledge.

Rinaldi, J., & Rossiter, K. (2019). Recounting Huronia: A Reflection on Legal Discourse & the Weight of Injustice. In L. Costa, A. Daley, & P. Beresford (Eds.), Madness, Violence, & Power: A Critical Collection (pp. 221-236). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Einion, A., & Rinaldi, J. (2018). Introduction. In A. Einion, & J. Rinaldi (Eds.), Bearing the Weight of the World: Exploring Maternal Embodiment (pp. 11-20). Toronto: Demeter Press 

Rinaldi, J. (2018). The Limitations & Possibilities of Genetic Imagery. In A. Einion, & J. Rinaldi (Eds.), Bearing the Weight of the World: Exploring Maternal Embodiment (pp. 173-184). Toronto: Demeter Press.

Walsh, S., & Rinaldi, J. (2018). Conversations with our Mothers: Exploring Maternal Blame & the Generational Effects of Body Management. In J. Verseghy, & S. Abel (Eds.), Heavy Burdens: Stories of Motherhood & Fatness (pp. 97-108). Toronto: Demeter Press.

Rinaldi, J. (2017). Morgentaler and the Technological Production of Embodiment. In S. Stettner, K. Burnett & T. Hay (Eds.), Abortion: History, Politics, and Reproductive Justice after Morgentaler (pp. 197-216). Vancouver: UBC Press.

Rinaldi, J., & Dolmage, J. (2017). “Of Dark Type & Poor Physique”: Law, Immigration Restriction, & Disability in Canada, 1900-1930. In R. Malhotra, & B. Isitt (Eds.), Disabling Barriers: Social Movements, Disability History, & the Law (pp. 98-122). Vancouver: UBC Press.

Rinaldi, J., & davis halifax, n.v. (2016). Challenging Rhetorical Indifference with Cripped Poetry of Witness. In C. Kelly, & M. Orsini (Eds.), Mobilizing Metaphor: Art, Culture, & Disability Activism in Canada (pp. 241-259). Vancouver: UBC Press.

Rinaldi, J. (2016). The Public Pregnancy: How the Fetal Debut & the Public Health Paradigm Affect Pregnancy Practice. Without Apology: Writings on Abortion in Canada (pp. 305-316). Athabasca: AU Press.

Rinaldi, J., LaMarre, A., & Rice, C. (2016). Recovering Bodies: The Production of the Recoverable Subject in Eating Disorder Treatment Regimes. In J. Coffey, S. Budgeon, & H. Cahill (Eds.), Learning Bodies: Bodies in Youth & Childhood Studies (pp. 157-172). New York: Springer.

Jones, C., & Rinaldi, J. (2015). Eutopias and Dis-Topias: Re-Imagining the Citizen of Ideal Societies. In C. Jones & C. Ellis (Eds.), The Individual and Utopia: A Multidisciplinary Study of Humanity and Perfection (pp. 225-242). Burlington: Ashgate Publishing.

Rinaldi, J. (2011). What Feminism has to Say about World War Z.  In R. Smith (Ed.), BRAAAIIINNNSSS: From Academics to Zombies (pp. 9-20)Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press: What Feminism Has To Say About WWZ


Non-Refereed Publications

Rinaldi, J., & Walsh, S. (2014). In Solidarity?  Tensions between Labour & Disability Politics in the Context of Care-Giving Work.  In K.R. Johnson, & K. Couture (Eds.), Disability Discrimination at Work (pp. 187-208).  Williamstown: Piraeus Books.

Rinaldi, J., & Walsh, S. (2014). The Reinvention of Self in the Context of Heteronormativity & Ableism. In C. Wood (Ed.), Criptiques (pp. 229-244). San Bernardino: May Day Publishing.