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When possible, I share my articles on Research Gate. 

All Publications

Books

Fouberg, Erin, Catherine J. Nash, Alexander Murphy, H. J. de Blij (2015) Human Geography: People, Place and Culture (Second Canadian edition). Wiley and Sons: Hoboken, N.J

Fouberg, Erin, Alexander Murphy, H. J. de Blij and Catherine J. Nash (2012) Human Geography: People, Place and Culture (First Canadian edition). Wiley and Sons: Hoboken, N.J.

Browne, K. and C. J. Nash (eds.) (2010) Queer Methods and Methodologies: Intersecting Queer Theories and Social Science Research. Ashgate Publishing: London.

Journal Articles

 

Browne, K., C.J. Nash and A. Gorman-Murray (Under Review). Geographies of heteroactivisms: Recuperating heteronorms in an era of same-sex marriage. Transactions (March, 2017).

Maguire, H., A. McCartan, C.J. Nash, and K. Browne (Under Review). The enduring field: Exploring researcher emotions in covert research with antagonistic organizations. AREA. (Feb. 2018).

Browne, K., and Nash, C. J. (2017). Heteroactivism: beyond anti-gay. ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies, 16(4), 643-652.

Nash, C.J. and A. Gorman-Murray (2017). Sexualities, subjectivities and urban spaces: A case for assemblage thinking (Viewpoint). Gender, Place and Culture 24(11): 1521-1529.

Gorman-Murray, A, and C. J. Nash (2017). Changing geographies of LGBT consumption and leisure space in the neoliberal city. Urban Studies 54(3): 786-805.

Gorman-Murray, A., S. McKinnon, D. Dominey-Howes and C. J. Nash (2017). Listening and Learning: Giving Voice to Trans Experiences of Disasters. Gender, Place & Culture 1-22.

Laliberté, N., Catungal, J. P., Castleden, H., Keeling, A., Momer, B., and C. J. Nash (2015). Teaching the geographies of Canada: Reflections on pedagogy, curriculum, and the politics of teaching and learning. The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 59(4): 519-531.

Nash, C. J. and A. Gorman-Murray (2015). Recovering the gay village: A comparative historical geography of urban change and planning in Toronto and Sydney. Historical Geographies 43: 84-105.

Nash, C. J. and A. Gorman-Murray (2015). Lesbians in the City: Mobilities and Relational Geographies. Journal of Lesbian Studies 19 (2): 173-191.

Nash, C. J. and K. A. Browne. (2015) Best for society?: Transnational opposition to sexual and gender equalities in Canada and Great Britain. Gender, Place and Culture 22 (4): 561-577.

Browne, K. A. and C. J. Nash (2014). Resisting LGBT rights where 'we have won': Canada and England. Journal of Human Rights 13 (3): 322-336. 

Gorman-Murray, A. and C. J. Nash. (2014). Mobile places, relational spaces: conceptualizing an historical geography of Sydney’s LGBTQ neighbourhoods. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 32 (4): 622-641.

Nash, C. J. (2014) Consuming sexual liberation: Gay business, politics and Toronto’s Barracks Bathhouse raids. Journal of Canadian Studies 48 (1): 82-105.

Nash, C. J. and A. Gorman-Murray (2014). LGBT Neighbourhoods and ‘new mobilities’: towards understanding transformations in sexual and gendered urban landscapes International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 38 (3): 756-772.

Nash, C. J. (2013) Queering neighbourhoods: Politics and practice in Toronto. Acme: International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 12 (2): 193-213.

Nash, C. J. (2013) The age of the “post-mo”? Toronto’s gay village and a new generation. Geoforum 49: 243-254.

Nash, C. J. (2011) Trans experiences in lesbian and queer space. Canadian Geographer/Le géographe canadien 56 (1): 192-207.

Nash, C. J. (2010) Trans geographies, embodiment and experience. Special Issue on Trans Geographies, Gender, Place and Culture 17 (5): 579-595.  

Nash, C. J. (2010) Gendered and sexed geographies of/in a graduate classroom. Documents d'Analisi Geografia 65 (2): 287 - 304. 

Nash, C. J. and A. Bain (2007) “Reclaiming raunch”:  spatializing queer identities at Toronto women’s bathhouse events. Social and Cultural Geography 8 (1): 16-42.

Bain, A. and C. J. Nash (2007) The Toronto Women’s Bathhouse raid: querying queer identities in the courtroom. Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography 39 (1): 17-34. 

Bain, A. and C. J. Nash. (2006) Undressing the researcher:  feminism, embodiment and sexuality at a queer bathhouse event. AREA 38.1: 99-106. 

Nash, C. J.  (2006) Toronto’s gay village (1969 to 1982): Plotting the politics of gay identity. Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien (March) 50 (1): 1-16.

Nash, C. J.  (2005) Contesting identity: the struggle for gay identity in Toronto in the late 1970s. Gender, Place and Culture 12 (1): 113-135.

 

Book Chapters

Nash, C.J., A. Gorman-Murray and K.A. Browne (Under Review), 'Transnational geographies of intransigence: interrogating resistance to marriage equality in advanced industrialized democracies.'  

Nash, C. J., K. Browne and A. Gorman-Murray (Under Review). 'LGBT families and 'motherless' children: Tracking heteronormative resistances in Great Britain, Canada and Australia,' in L. Johnston and K. Johnston (eds.) Mothers/Mothering: Space and place. Demeter Press (Revised June, 2017). 

Nash, C. J. and A. Gorman-Murray (Under Review).  'LGBT Place Management: Representative Politics and Toronto’s Gay Village,' in Manon Tremblay (ed.) LGBT and Electoral Politics in Canada.

Browne, K., and Nash, C. J. (2018). Resisting marriage equalities: The complexities of religious opposition to same sex marriage. In N. Bartolini, S. MacKian, & S. Pile (Eds.), Spaces of Spirituality: Routledge.

P. Hubbard, A. Gorman-Murray & C.J. Nash (2016). ‘Sex and the city: sexuality and urban order/disorder’, in J. R. Short (ed.) Research Agenda for Cities, Edward Elgar.  

Gorman- Murray, A. and C. J. Nash (2016). 'Mobile sexualities: Section introduction,' in Kath Browne and Gavin Browne (eds) Research Companion to Geographies of Sex and Sexualities. Ashgate Publishing: London, pp. 195-200.

Gorman-Murray, A. and C. J. Nash (2016). 'LGBT Communities, Identities and the Politics of Mobility: Moving from Visibility to Recognition in Contemporary Urban Landscapes,' in Kath Browne and Gavin Browne (eds) Research Companion to Geographies of Sex and Sexualities. Ashgate Publishing: London, pp. 247-253.

Nash, C. J. and A. Gorman-Murray (2016). Digital Sexualities: Section Introduction, in Kath Browne and Gavin Browne (eds) Research Companion to Geographies of Sex and Sexualities, Ashgate Publishing: London, pp. 353-357.

Nash, C. J. and A. Gorman-Murray (2016). 'Digital Technologies and Sexualities in Urban Space,' in Kath Browne and Gavin Browne (eds) Research Companion to Geographies of Sex and Sexualities. Ashgate Publishing: London, pp. 399-405.

Browne, K.A. and C. J. Nash (2015). ‘Opposing Same-Sex Marriage, by supporting Civil Partnerships: Resistances to LGBT Equalities’, in Nicola Barker and Daniel Monk (eds) From Civil Partnership to Same-Sex Marriage 2004-2014: Interdisciplinary Reflections. Routledge.

Nash, C. J. (2015). ‘Reflecting on Lesbian Geographies’, in Kath Browne and Eduarda Fieria (eds) Lesbian Geographies. Ashgate Publishing: London.

Nash, C. J. and A. Gorman-Murray (2015). ‘Lesbians’ transitional spaces: Insights from Toronto and Sydney’, in Petra Doan (ed.) Planning and LGBT Communities: The need for inclusive Queer Spaces. Routledge

Gorman-Murray, A., P. Hubbard and C. J. Nash (2015). ‘Cities and Sexualities’, in John DeLatamer and Rebecca F. Plante (eds), Handbook of Sexualities. Springer.

Nash, C. J.  (2015). ‘Gay and Lesbian Political Mobilization in Urban Spaces: Toronto’, in Manon Tremblay (ed.) Queer Mobilizations: Social Movement activism and Canadian Public Policy. Vancouver, B.C.: UBC Press.

Nash, C. J. and K. A. Browne (2015). 'Sexual Politics,' in John Agnew, Virginie Mamadouh, Jo Sharp, and Anna J. Secor (eds.)  The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Political Geography.

Gorman-Murray, A. and C. J. Nash (2014) ‘Queering religion, religious queers: a geographical commentary’, in Y. Taylor and Ria Snowdon (eds) Queering religion, religious queers. London and New York: Routledge, pp. xxiii.

Browne, K. A. and C. J. Nash. (2010) ‘Queer methods and methodologies: An introduction’, in Kath Browne and Catherine Jean Nash (eds.) Queer Methods and Methodologies: Intersecting Queer Theories and Social Science Research London: Ashgate, pp. 2-23.

Nash, C. J. (2010) ‘Queer conversations: Old-time lesbians, transmen and the politics of research’, in K. Browne and C. J. Nash (eds.) Queer Methods and Methodologies: Intersecting Queer Theories and Social Science Research London: Ashgate, pp. 129-142.

Nash, C. J. and A. Bain (2007) ‘Pussies declawed:  unpacking the politics of a queer women’s bathhouse raid’, in Geographies of Sexualities: Theory, Practices and Politics, Kath Browne, Jason Lim and Gavin Brown (eds.) (Ashgate Publishing: London) pp. 159-168.

Nash, C. J. (2001) ‘Siting lesbians: Sexuality, space and social organization’, in T. Goldie (ed.) In a Queer Country: Gay and Lesbian Studies in the Canadian Context, (Arsenal Press: Vancouver) pp. 235-256.