Publications

Books

MossPamela and Courtney Donovan (eds). 2017Writing Intimacy into Feminist Geography. London: Routledge.

Moss, Pamela and Michael J. Prince. 2014Weary Warriors: Power, Knowledge, and the Invisible Wounds of  Soldiers. New York and Oxford: Berghahn.

Moss, Pamela and Katherine Teghtsoonian (eds). 2008. Contesting Illness: Processes and PracticesToronto: University of Toronto Press.

Moss, Pamela and Karen Falconer Al-Hindi (eds). 2008.  Feminisms in Geography: Rethinking Space, Place and KnowledgesLanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

Moss, Pamela and Isabel Dyck. 2003Women, Body, Illness: Space and Identity in the Everyday Lives of Women with Chronic IllnessLanham, Md., Rowman & Littlefield. 

Moss, Pamela (ed). 2002. Feminist Geography in Practice: Research and MethodsLondon: Blackwell.

Moss, Pamela (ed). 2001. Placing Autobiography in GeographySyracuse: Syracuse University Press.

9781472476777 Weary Warriors Contesting Illness Feminisms in Geography Women, Body, Illness Feminist Geography in Practice Placing Autobiography in Geography

Recent and Selected Publications

Moss, Pamela. 2017. Death, Dying and Decision-making in an Intensive Care Unit: Tracing Micro-connections through Auto-methods, In Writing Intimacy into Feminist Geography, edited by Pamela Moss and Courtney Donovan, London: Routledge, 203-213.

Falconer Al-Hindi, Karen, Pamela Moss, Leslie Kern and Roberta Hawkins. 2017. Inhabiting Research, Accessing Intimacy, Becoming Collective, In Writing Intimacy into Feminist Geography, edited by Pamela Moss and Courtney Donovan, London: Routledge, 147-159.

Moss, Pamela. 2016. Review of Traveling Heavy: A Memoir in between Journeys, 2013, by Ruth Behar, Durham: Duke University Press, Gender, Place and Culture, 23(12), 1816-1817. http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/pHQgn3wAge8Syr86UNtM/full

Prince, Michael J. and Pamela Moss. 2016. Are Sunnier Days Ahead? Liberal Plans for Disability, in How Ottawa Spends 2016-17: The Trudeau Liberals in Power, edited by Bruce Doern and Christopher Stoney, McGill-Queens University Press, 111-140.

Moss, Pamela. 2016. Perching as a Strategy for Seeking Legitimacy for Broken Embodiments: Embracing Biomedical Claims for M.E., in Mobilizing Metaphor: Art, Culture and Disability Activism in Canada, edited by Michael Orsini and Christine Kelly, Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 221-240

Moss, Pamela. 2016. Writing Illness through Feminist Autobiographical Analysis, in Practising Qualitative Research in Health Geography, edited by Nancy Fenton and Jamie Baxter, New York: Routledge, 75-91.

Hawkins, Roberta, Karen Falconer Al-Hindi, Pamela Moss, and Leslie Kern. 2016. Practicing Collective Biography, Geography Compass 10(4), 165-78 DOI:10.1111/gec3.12262

Prince, Michael J and Pamela Moss. 2016. Under Siege: Canadian Veterans, Veterans Affairs and the Harper Legacy, in How Ottawa Spends 2015-16: The Liberal Rise and the Tory Demise edited by Bruce Doern and Christopher Stoney, McGill-Queens University Press, 144-170.

Moss, Pamela, Michael J Prince, Beth DeVolder and Catriona Johnson. 2016. Placing Disability Politics: Uneven Sitings of Dissenting Bodies, in A World to Win, edited by William K. Carroll and Kanchan Sarker, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 195-208.

Moss, Pamela and Michael J. Prince. 2015. Helping Traumatized Warriors: Mobilizing Emotions, Unsettling Orders. Emotion, Space and Society, online 27 November 2015: DOI:10.1016/j.emospa.2015.11.001

Kern, Leslie, Roberta Hawkins, Karen Falconer Al-Hindi, and Pamela Moss. 2014. A Collective Biography of Joy in Academic Practice. Social and Cultural Geography, 15(7), 834-851DOI:10.1080/14649365.2014.929729

Moss, Pamela. 2014. Everyday Spiritual Healing in the Lyrics of Bruce Springsteen: Mary, Maria, and the Intensity of Redemption, in Soundscapes of Wellbeing in Popular Music edited by Gavin J. Andrews, Paul Kingsbury, and Robin A. Kearns, Burlington, VT and Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, 225-236.

Moss, Pamela. 2014. Some Rhizomatic Recollections of a Feminist Geographer: Working Toward an Affirmative Politics. Gender, Place and Culture, 21(7), 803-12 DOI:10.1080/0966369X.2014.939159

Moss, Pamela and Karen Falconer Al-Hindi. 2014. Feminisms in Action: Who we are, What we do and How we do it: An Introduction to a Gender, Place and Culture Reader. Online publication. http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/pdf/papers/CGPC-Feminisms-in-Action.pdf

Moss, Pamela. 2013. Shifting from Nervous to Normal through the Love Machine: Battle Exhaustion, Military Psychiatrists and Emotionally Traumatized Soldiers in World War II, Emotion, Space and Society 10, 63-70. DOI:10.1016/j.emospa.2013.04.001

Moss, Pamela. 2013. Becoming-undisciplined through my Foray into Disability Studies, Disability Studies Quarterly 33(2), n.p., http://dsq-sds.org/article/view/3712/3232

Moss, Pamela. 2012. Taking Stock in the Interim: The Stuck, The Tired, and The Exhausted,  Antipode.  Posted October 15, as part of an online Symposium on the Participatory Geographies Research Group’s ‘Communifesto for Fuller Geographies: Towards Mutual Security’ http://antipodefoundation.org/2012/10/15/symposium-on-the-participatory-geographies-research-groups-communifesto-for-fuller-geographies-towards-mutual-security/#more-1970 .

Moss, Pamela. 2011. Still Searching for the Promised Land: The Place of Women in Bruce Springsteen’s Lyrical Landscapes, Cultural Geographies 18(3): 343-362. DOI10.1177/1474474011410276