Moss, Pamela and Courtney Donovan (eds). 2017. Writing Intimacy into Feminist Geography. London: Routledge.
Moss, Pamela and Michael J. Prince. 2014. Weary 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 Practices. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Moss, Pamela and Karen Falconer Al-Hindi (eds). 2008. Feminisms in Geography: Rethinking Space, Place and Knowledges. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
Moss, Pamela and Isabel Dyck. 2003. Women, Body, Illness: Space and Identity in the Everyday Lives of Women with Chronic Illness. Lanham, Md., Rowman & Littlefield.
Moss, Pamela (ed). 2001. Placing Autobiography in Geography. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press.
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), 834-851. DOI: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. DOI: 10.1177/1474474011410276