Media Outreach


Rinaldi, J., & Rossiter, K. (2018). The Institutional Cases: Defining the Conditions for Moral Abdication. Technologies of Justice Conference Digital Archive, UOIT Legal Studies Media Hub.

Rossiter, K., & Rinaldi, J. (2018). The Incarceration of Kids is not ‘Summer Camp.’ Globe & Mail.

Rinaldi, J. (2016). Safeguarding Against Abuse. Briarpatch Magazine: Organizing Wisdom.

Rinaldi, J. (2012). Underground Dance. York University Free Press, 5(1), 15.

Rinaldi, J. (2012). A Reflection on Weight Management, and our Managers. York University Free Press, 4(3), 15.

Rinaldi, J. (2011). Brick Walls, Bed Restraints, and Behavioural Modification: The Incarceration of Mad Persons. York University Free Press, 4(2), 6.

Rinaldi, J. (2011). Forgotten Stakeholders: A Case for the Protecting Vulnerable People Against Picketing ActYork University Free Press, 3(2), 19.

Rinaldi, J. (2010). Accessibility Roundtable. York University Free Press, 3(1), 11-12.

Rinaldi, J. (2010). The Problem with Bat Signal Politics. York University Free Press, 3(1), 20.

Rinaldi, J. (2010). Is Access to Information Access to Freedom? A Discussion of Reproduction, Abortion, and Disability. York University Free Press, 2(3), 21-22.

Rinaldi, J. (2009). Dr. Geoffrey Reaume’s Center for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Wall Tours. York University Free Press, 2(2), 3.



Ontario Tech University Faculty of Social Science & Humanities (2019). “What are you Reading?” with Jen Rinaldi.

Ontario Tech University Teaching & Learning Centre (2019). Speaking of Learning – Interview with Jen Rinaldi.

Honouring the Voices of the Institutionalized (2018). UOIT News & Announcements.

Draaisma, M. (2018). Institutions are Breeding Grounds for Violence, Laurier Prof Argues in New Book. CBC Kitchener-Waterloo.

Epilepsy, Asylum (2017). Handi-Link with Cameron Wells, Community Radio Exchange.

CDSA, Adaptabilities (2017). Handi-Link with Cameron Wells, Community Radio Exchange.

Battersby, S. (2016). Huronia Survivors Work through their Pain in Theatre Production. Toronto Star.

Ballingall, A. (2016). Former Huronia Residents Join Speakers’ Series to Educate Others on Horrors Endured. Toronto Star.