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Moving Beyond “Stupid”: Taking Account of the Impact of Violence on Women’s Learning The International Journal of Educational Development, Gender Equality in Adult Education, Vol. 26, Issue 2, 2005.

“But Is It Education?” The Challenge of Creating Effective Learning for Survivors of Trauma. Women’s Studies Quarterly, XXXII(1&2), 2004.

‘But I’m not a therapist’: Furthering discussion about literacy work with survivors of trauma.  Literacy and Numeracy Studies 9(1), 1999.

Literacy learning for survivors of trauma: Acting “normal.” Canadian Woman Studies 17(4), 1998.

“But I’m not a therapist”: Literacy work with survivors of abuse.  Research project on women, violence and literacy learning.  Feminist Literacy Workers’ Journal. 1(1) March 1997.

Violence and illiteracy in women’s lives: Proposal for research and practice.  International Journal of Canadian Studies. 11, Spring, 1995.

Working on memories of abuse…. Australian Journal of Adult and Community Education, 34(1), 1994.

Discourses of il/literacy: A literature review.  Canadian Woman Studies, 9(3 & 4), 1988. Reprinted in Women in Education, Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation, January – February 1989 and in Educational Links, 39, Australia, 1991.

Is it her voice if she speaks their words? (with E. Gaber-Katz).  Canadian Woman Studies, 9(3 & 4), 1988.  Reprinted in Canadian Woman Studies, 11(3), 1991.

The Social dimension of literacy. Canadian Woman Studies, 9(3 & 4), 1988.

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