Cheryl Van Daalen-Smith

School of Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies

Associate Professor

Office: McLaughlin College, 232
Phone: 416-736-2100 Ext: 66691
Emailcvandaal@yorku.ca
Primary websitewww.yorku.ca/cvandaal/

Her areas of interest and scholarship include women’s self esteem, young women and anger, girl’s experiences with shame in physical education, children’s rights in health care, electroshock, the rights of psychiatric survivors, human-animal bonding and the healing of spirit injuries, understanding homelessness from a critical social theory perspective, feminist nursing practice, feminist pedagogy, eco-therapy, and the relationship between oppression and mental health.

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Cheryl van Daalen-Smith teaches community nursing, women’s health and child-centred nursing for the school of nursing. She is the co-founder of York’s Sexualities Studies program and is cross appointed to York’s School of Women's Studies .

A well-known feminist nurse whose practice is rooted in social justice, her agenda is always emancipatory. For example, her work regarding children’s rights in health care settings is cutting edge. Her research exploring girls’ anger broke down barriers between service providers and the girls and young women they serve. One of her professional goals is to transform how children and youth are viewed and believes that they should be viewed as citizens worthy of both voice and choice.

She is a respected community health and pediatric mental health nurse. As founder the Ontario and Canadian Pediatric Nursing Associations, van Daalen-Smith’s dedication to collaborative leadership is evident. Her goal was to root pediatric nursing practice in the United Nation’s Convention on the Rights of the child so as to ensure children’s voices were listened to, valued and acted upon. A belief that children have rights has always been central in her many consultancies, invited leadership roles and nursing practice.

van Daalen-Smith speaks of bearing witness to children and youth during her years as a public health nurse and has taken those “privileged experiences” into her classrooms, feminist research with children and youth and her appointment as a special advisor on the Canadian coalition for the rights of children. Her master’s work explored women’s self esteem, feminist research, feminist pedagogy and girls experiences with physical education. Her doctoral work explored the lived experience of anger in the lives of diverse girls and young women- the first and only study of its kind in Canadian nursing.

Her areas of interest and scholarship include women’s self esteem, young women and anger, girl’s experiences with shame in physical education, children’s rights in health care, electroshock, the rights of psychiatric survivors, human-animal bonding and the healing of spirit injuries, understanding homelessness from a critical social theory perspective, feminist nursing practice, feminist pedagogy, eco-therapy, and the relationship between oppression and mental health.

She has volunteered as a street nurse in Toronto, is currently working on rural out of the cold programming, has a private pro bono community health nurse practice for isolated seniors, continues to practice as a visiting nurse and as a professor, joins students in their journey to become socially active Registered Nurses at York University in Toronto, Canada.

Area of Specialization


Faculty of LA and PS :
School of Women's Studies
AND
Children's Studies Program, Division of Humanities
Faculty of Health:
School of Nursing

Degrees

D.Phil., Community Development/Women’s Mental Health, University of Toronto
M.A., Community Development/Women’s Mental Health, University of Toronto
B.Sc., Nursing Child Adolescent Sub Specialty, Ryerson University
Registered Nurse Diploma, Ryerson University

Appointments

Faculty of Health

Professional Leadership

• 2009-2011 Founder, Girls and Girlhood Studies, A Research Cluster The Centre for Feminist Research, School of Women’s Studies, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies.

• 2009-2011 Author/Founder, Professional Development Certificate in Children’s Rights, Division of Continuing Education, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies.

• 2009-2011 Member, Inclusive Mosaic Advisory Panel, Black Creek Community Health Centre, Toronto.

• 2006-2007 Visiting Scholar, The Centre for Women’s Studies in Education, The University of Toronto’s Ontario Institute for Studies in Education.

• 2005-2006 Planning Committee/Co-Applicant, Canadian Association for the Study of Women in Education Institute & 6th Bi-Annual Conference WOMEN, HEALTH and EDUCATION
. Healthy girls, healthy women: Promoting health and healthy educational communities. May 30 - June 1, 2006
York University, Toronto.

Research Interests

Women's Studies , Children , Women’s self esteem, Young women and anger, Girl’s experiences with shame in physical education

All Publications

Book Chapters

Van Daalen-Smith, C. (2007) . A Right to Health: Children’s Health and Health Care Through a Child-Rights Lens. In K. Covell & B. Howe, (Eds.), A Question of Commitment: Children’s Rights in Canada. Waterloo: Wilfred Laurier Press, pp 101-136

Lenskyj, H. & van Daalen, C. (2005) . Look at that cow over there: Sexual harassment and shaming of adolescent girls in high school physical education. In E. Singleton & A. Varpalotai, (Eds.), Issues, theories, and trends in Canadian secondary school physical and health education. Toronto: Althouse Press.

Journal Articles

van Daalen-Smith, C. (2010, in press) That’s not what I needed: A Feminist Analysis of Women’s Lived Experience of Electroshock. Issues in Mental Health Nursing,

van Daalen-Smith, C. (2009) . Whispers and Roars: A Feminist Analysis of The Anesthetization of Girls’ Anger. Journal of Radical Psychology, June,

van Daalen-Smith, C. (2009, in press) . Canadian Pediatric Nursing: Inviting a Practice Model Rooted in Child Rights. The Canadian Nurse.

van Daalen-Smith, C. (2008) . Living as a chameleon: Girls, anger and mental health. Journal of School Nursing, June, 24(3).

van Daalen-Smith, C. (2006) . My mom was my left arm: The lived experience of ableism for girls with spina bifida. Contemporary Nurse, October, 23(2).

van Daalen, C. (2005) . Girls’ experiences in physical education: Competition, evaluation, and degradation. Journal of School Nursing, 21(2), 47-53.

van Daalen, C. (2004) . Shifting the lens: Resituating women’s self-esteem from the personal to the political. Women’s Health and Urban Life, 3(2), 22-47.

van Daalen-Smith, C. (1996) Girls, smoking, and sport: A plan for prevention. Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women in Sport, Spring, Ottawa.

Conference Proceedings

2010 *Whispers and Roars: A Feminist Analysis of the Anesthetization of Girls Anger. Presented at Re-Imagining Girlhood: Communities, Identities, Self-Portrayals. Center for Gender and Intercultural Studies and Women’s Studies Program, State University of New York College at Cortland. New York, October 22nd – 24th.

2010 *Rebels with a Cause: The Experiences of Rebel Nurses Organizing Against Psychiatry. Panel presentation at PsychOUT: A Conference for Organizing Resistance Against Psychiatry, OISE/UT, Toronto, May 7th

2009 *Standing Beside and Bearing Witness: Unpacking Girls’ Anger with Recommendations for Girl-Serving Professionals. Paper presented at The 26th Annual Conference of the School Nurse Association of North Carolina. Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA, Oct 27th-28th.

2009 *Living as a Chameleon: Girls, Anger and Mental Health: Implications for School Nurses. Paper presented at The 26th Annual Conference of the School Nurse Association of North Carolina. Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA, Oct 27th-28th.

2008 *Living as a Chameleon: Girls, Anger and Mental Health: Implications for School Nurses. Paper presented at The 40th National Conference of the National Association of School Nurses: “Transforming School Communities: Voices for Student Health. Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, June 28th – July 3rd.

2008 *ECT, Feminism and Nursing’s Responsibilities: Women Survivors Speak Out. Paper presented at The York University School of Nursing Research Day Sponsored by School of Nursing, Toronto, Ontario, May 23rd.

2007 *Living as a Chameleon: A Feminist Analysis of Young Women’s Lived Experience of Anger. Paper presented at 14th Annual International Critical and Feminist Perspectives in Nursing Conference: Disrupting Inequities in Health and Health Care. Sponsored by School of Nursing, UBC ,Vancouver BC, Sept 27-30th.

2007 *ECT, Feminism and Nursing’s Responsibilities: Women Survivors Speak Out. Paper presented at The 14th Annual International Critical and Feminist Perspectives in Nursing Conference: Disrupting Inequities in Health and Health Care. Sponsored by School of Nursing, UBC ,Vancouver BC, Sept 27-30th.

2007 *ECT, Feminism and Nursing’s Responsibility: Conceptualizing ECT as Violence Against Women? Paper presented at The15th Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International (NNVAWI) Conference: “Complexities and Diversities: Creating Change in a Global Context”. Sponsored by the School of Nursing, University of Western Ontario. London, Ontario, Oct 18th-20th.

2006 *It’s Time: Ensuring Voice and Choice for Children and Youth in Canada’s Health Care System. Presented at Investment and Citizenship: Towards a Transdiciplinary Dialogue on Child and Youth Rights. Brock University Department of Child Studies, St. Catherine’s, Ontario July 20th.

2006 *Living as a Chameleon: A Feminist Analysis of Young Women’s Lived Experience of Anger. Presented at The Ontario Women’s Health Council Conference, Ottawa, Ontario April 19th-20th.

2005 *Living as a Chameleon: A Feminist Analysis of Young Women’s Lived Experience of Anger. Presented at The Registered Nurses Association of Ontario Pediatric Nursing Biennial Conference and Exhibition. Toronto, Ontario October 28th.

2005 *Powerfully Reciprocal: A Feminist Analysis of Nursing’s Role in Enabling Self- Esteem Growth with Women. Presented at Celebrating Mental Health Nursing – Ten Years On. Sponsored by The Royal College of Nursing 10th European Mental Health Nursing Annual Conference and Exhibition Amsterdam, Holland, February 11-12.

2004 *Living as a Chameleon: A Feminist Analysis of Young Women’s Lived Experience of Anger. Presented at McGill University and The Montreal Children’s Hospital’s 10th International Paediatric Nursing Research Symposium, Montreal, PQ, November 10-12.

2004 *Living as a Chameleon: A Feminist Analysis of Young Women’s Lived Experience of Anger. Presented at Transforming Health Care Through Nursing Research: Making it Happen. Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing and the University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, May 15th.

2003 *Embracing a Child Rights Framework in Canadian Pediatric Nursing. Presented at Pediatric Nursing: Child First, Patient Second. Presented at Pediatric Nurses Interest Group of the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario, October 20th.

2002 *Certification of Canada’s Pediatric Nurses. Presented at the 9th International Pediatric Nursing Research Symposium on the Clinical Care of the Child and Family, Montreal, PQ, April 11-12

2001 *Shifting the Lens: A Feminist Analysis of Public Health Nursing’s Role in Enabling Self Esteem Growth with Women. Presented at the AWHONN Biennial Conference, Vancouver, BC, June 17-21.

2000 *Are you going to gym?: A Feminist Analysis of Why Girls Drop Physed. Presented at Beyond 2000. Community Health Nurses Association of Canada, Ottawa, October, 21-22.

2000 *Powerfully Reciprocal: A feminist analysis of nursing role in enabling self esteem groups with women. Presented at Building Bridges in Women's Health, Victoria, BC, April 29.

1997 *Hear Me: An Innovative Health Promotion Journey with Youth. Presented at The Canadian Nurses Association Biennial Meeting and Conference, Ottawa, ON, June15.

1997 *Thank You for Telling Me: A Guide for Nurses Working with Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual Youth. Presented at Pediatric Nurses Interest Group of Ontario Annual Conference.

Conference Papers

2010 The Taming of the Shrew: A Feminist Analysis of Women’s Experience of Electroshock. Paper presented at The Canadian Women’s Studies Association Meeting, Montreal, May 28th-30th.

2005 Living as a Chameleon: A Feminist Analysis of Young Women’s Lived Experience of Anger. Presented at The Trillium Hospital Annual Sexual Assault Prevention Mississauga, Ontario, May 12.

2003 Thud: A Feminist Analysis of the Lived Experience of Anger in the Lives of Diverse Girls and Young Women. Presented at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto. Graduate Students Annual Conference, March.

1998 Thank you for Telling Me: A Guide for Nurses Working with Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual Youth. Presented at The Canadian Association of Pediatric Nurses Biennial Meeting and Conference, Ottawa.

Book Reviews

van Daalen-Smith, C. (2010) . [Review of the book Lady Landlords of Prince Edward Island: Imperial Dreams and The Defense of Property] . Canadian Woman Studies.

van Daalen-Smith, C. (2007) . [Review of the book Surviving in the Hour of Darkness: The Health and Wellness of Women of Colour and Indigenous Women.] . Canadian Woman Studies.

van Daalen, C. (2000) . [Review of the book Prom night: Youth, schools and popular culture] . Canadian Woman Studies, 20 (2), 160.

van Daalen, C. (1999) . [Review of the book Women’s untold stories: Breaking silence, talking back, voicing complexity] . Canadian Woman Studies, 21 (2), 148.

van Daalen, C. (1999) . [Review of Body image: Understanding body dissatisfaction in men, women and children. Canadian Woman Studies, 20(2), 202-203.

van Daalen, C., Dimech, S. & Keates, S. (1998) . [Review of the book Freedom to differ: The Shaping of the gay and lesbian struggle for civil rights] . Canadian Woman Studies, 19(1,2), 218-220.

Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall 2017 AP/GWST3554 3.0  Women and Madness: Critical Feminist Perspectives LECT  


Her areas of interest and scholarship include women’s self esteem, young women and anger, girl’s experiences with shame in physical education, children’s rights in health care, electroshock, the rights of psychiatric survivors, human-animal bonding and the healing of spirit injuries, understanding homelessness from a critical social theory perspective, feminist nursing practice, feminist pedagogy, eco-therapy, and the relationship between oppression and mental health.


Cheryl van Daalen-Smith teaches community nursing, women’s health and child-centred nursing for the school of nursing. She is the co-founder of York’s Sexualities Studies program and is cross appointed to York’s School of Women's Studies .

A well-known feminist nurse whose practice is rooted in social justice, her agenda is always emancipatory. For example, her work regarding children’s rights in health care settings is cutting edge. Her research exploring girls’ anger broke down barriers between service providers and the girls and young women they serve. One of her professional goals is to transform how children and youth are viewed and believes that they should be viewed as citizens worthy of both voice and choice.

She is a respected community health and pediatric mental health nurse. As founder the Ontario and Canadian Pediatric Nursing Associations, van Daalen-Smith’s dedication to collaborative leadership is evident. Her goal was to root pediatric nursing practice in the United Nation’s Convention on the Rights of the child so as to ensure children’s voices were listened to, valued and acted upon. A belief that children have rights has always been central in her many consultancies, invited leadership roles and nursing practice.

van Daalen-Smith speaks of bearing witness to children and youth during her years as a public health nurse and has taken those “privileged experiences” into her classrooms, feminist research with children and youth and her appointment as a special advisor on the Canadian coalition for the rights of children. Her master’s work explored women’s self esteem, feminist research, feminist pedagogy and girls experiences with physical education. Her doctoral work explored the lived experience of anger in the lives of diverse girls and young women- the first and only study of its kind in Canadian nursing.

Her areas of interest and scholarship include women’s self esteem, young women and anger, girl’s experiences with shame in physical education, children’s rights in health care, electroshock, the rights of psychiatric survivors, human-animal bonding and the healing of spirit injuries, understanding homelessness from a critical social theory perspective, feminist nursing practice, feminist pedagogy, eco-therapy, and the relationship between oppression and mental health.

She has volunteered as a street nurse in Toronto, is currently working on rural out of the cold programming, has a private pro bono community health nurse practice for isolated seniors, continues to practice as a visiting nurse and as a professor, joins students in their journey to become socially active Registered Nurses at York University in Toronto, Canada.

Area of Specialization


Faculty of LA and PS :
School of Women's Studies
AND
Children's Studies Program, Division of Humanities
Faculty of Health:
School of Nursing

Degrees

D.Phil., Community Development/Women’s Mental Health, University of Toronto
M.A., Community Development/Women’s Mental Health, University of Toronto
B.Sc., Nursing Child Adolescent Sub Specialty, Ryerson University
Registered Nurse Diploma, Ryerson University

Appointments

Faculty of Health

Professional Leadership

• 2009-2011 Founder, Girls and Girlhood Studies, A Research Cluster The Centre for Feminist Research, School of Women’s Studies, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies.

• 2009-2011 Author/Founder, Professional Development Certificate in Children’s Rights, Division of Continuing Education, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies.

• 2009-2011 Member, Inclusive Mosaic Advisory Panel, Black Creek Community Health Centre, Toronto.

• 2006-2007 Visiting Scholar, The Centre for Women’s Studies in Education, The University of Toronto’s Ontario Institute for Studies in Education.

• 2005-2006 Planning Committee/Co-Applicant, Canadian Association for the Study of Women in Education Institute & 6th Bi-Annual Conference WOMEN, HEALTH and EDUCATION
. Healthy girls, healthy women: Promoting health and healthy educational communities. May 30 - June 1, 2006
York University, Toronto.

Research Interests:

Women's Studies , Children , Women’s self esteem, Young women and anger, Girl’s experiences with shame in physical education

All Publications

Book Chapters

Van Daalen-Smith, C. (2007) . A Right to Health: Children’s Health and Health Care Through a Child-Rights Lens. In K. Covell & B. Howe, (Eds.), A Question of Commitment: Children’s Rights in Canada. Waterloo: Wilfred Laurier Press, pp 101-136

Lenskyj, H. & van Daalen, C. (2005) . Look at that cow over there: Sexual harassment and shaming of adolescent girls in high school physical education. In E. Singleton & A. Varpalotai, (Eds.), Issues, theories, and trends in Canadian secondary school physical and health education. Toronto: Althouse Press.

Journal Articles

van Daalen-Smith, C. (2010, in press) That’s not what I needed: A Feminist Analysis of Women’s Lived Experience of Electroshock. Issues in Mental Health Nursing,

van Daalen-Smith, C. (2009) . Whispers and Roars: A Feminist Analysis of The Anesthetization of Girls’ Anger. Journal of Radical Psychology, June,

van Daalen-Smith, C. (2009, in press) . Canadian Pediatric Nursing: Inviting a Practice Model Rooted in Child Rights. The Canadian Nurse.

van Daalen-Smith, C. (2008) . Living as a chameleon: Girls, anger and mental health. Journal of School Nursing, June, 24(3).

van Daalen-Smith, C. (2006) . My mom was my left arm: The lived experience of ableism for girls with spina bifida. Contemporary Nurse, October, 23(2).

van Daalen, C. (2005) . Girls’ experiences in physical education: Competition, evaluation, and degradation. Journal of School Nursing, 21(2), 47-53.

van Daalen, C. (2004) . Shifting the lens: Resituating women’s self-esteem from the personal to the political. Women’s Health and Urban Life, 3(2), 22-47.

van Daalen-Smith, C. (1996) Girls, smoking, and sport: A plan for prevention. Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women in Sport, Spring, Ottawa.

Conference Proceedings

2010 *Whispers and Roars: A Feminist Analysis of the Anesthetization of Girls Anger. Presented at Re-Imagining Girlhood: Communities, Identities, Self-Portrayals. Center for Gender and Intercultural Studies and Women’s Studies Program, State University of New York College at Cortland. New York, October 22nd – 24th.

2010 *Rebels with a Cause: The Experiences of Rebel Nurses Organizing Against Psychiatry. Panel presentation at PsychOUT: A Conference for Organizing Resistance Against Psychiatry, OISE/UT, Toronto, May 7th

2009 *Standing Beside and Bearing Witness: Unpacking Girls’ Anger with Recommendations for Girl-Serving Professionals. Paper presented at The 26th Annual Conference of the School Nurse Association of North Carolina. Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA, Oct 27th-28th.

2009 *Living as a Chameleon: Girls, Anger and Mental Health: Implications for School Nurses. Paper presented at The 26th Annual Conference of the School Nurse Association of North Carolina. Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA, Oct 27th-28th.

2008 *Living as a Chameleon: Girls, Anger and Mental Health: Implications for School Nurses. Paper presented at The 40th National Conference of the National Association of School Nurses: “Transforming School Communities: Voices for Student Health. Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, June 28th – July 3rd.

2008 *ECT, Feminism and Nursing’s Responsibilities: Women Survivors Speak Out. Paper presented at The York University School of Nursing Research Day Sponsored by School of Nursing, Toronto, Ontario, May 23rd.

2007 *Living as a Chameleon: A Feminist Analysis of Young Women’s Lived Experience of Anger. Paper presented at 14th Annual International Critical and Feminist Perspectives in Nursing Conference: Disrupting Inequities in Health and Health Care. Sponsored by School of Nursing, UBC ,Vancouver BC, Sept 27-30th.

2007 *ECT, Feminism and Nursing’s Responsibilities: Women Survivors Speak Out. Paper presented at The 14th Annual International Critical and Feminist Perspectives in Nursing Conference: Disrupting Inequities in Health and Health Care. Sponsored by School of Nursing, UBC ,Vancouver BC, Sept 27-30th.

2007 *ECT, Feminism and Nursing’s Responsibility: Conceptualizing ECT as Violence Against Women? Paper presented at The15th Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International (NNVAWI) Conference: “Complexities and Diversities: Creating Change in a Global Context”. Sponsored by the School of Nursing, University of Western Ontario. London, Ontario, Oct 18th-20th.

2006 *It’s Time: Ensuring Voice and Choice for Children and Youth in Canada’s Health Care System. Presented at Investment and Citizenship: Towards a Transdiciplinary Dialogue on Child and Youth Rights. Brock University Department of Child Studies, St. Catherine’s, Ontario July 20th.

2006 *Living as a Chameleon: A Feminist Analysis of Young Women’s Lived Experience of Anger. Presented at The Ontario Women’s Health Council Conference, Ottawa, Ontario April 19th-20th.

2005 *Living as a Chameleon: A Feminist Analysis of Young Women’s Lived Experience of Anger. Presented at The Registered Nurses Association of Ontario Pediatric Nursing Biennial Conference and Exhibition. Toronto, Ontario October 28th.

2005 *Powerfully Reciprocal: A Feminist Analysis of Nursing’s Role in Enabling Self- Esteem Growth with Women. Presented at Celebrating Mental Health Nursing – Ten Years On. Sponsored by The Royal College of Nursing 10th European Mental Health Nursing Annual Conference and Exhibition Amsterdam, Holland, February 11-12.

2004 *Living as a Chameleon: A Feminist Analysis of Young Women’s Lived Experience of Anger. Presented at McGill University and The Montreal Children’s Hospital’s 10th International Paediatric Nursing Research Symposium, Montreal, PQ, November 10-12.

2004 *Living as a Chameleon: A Feminist Analysis of Young Women’s Lived Experience of Anger. Presented at Transforming Health Care Through Nursing Research: Making it Happen. Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing and the University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, May 15th.

2003 *Embracing a Child Rights Framework in Canadian Pediatric Nursing. Presented at Pediatric Nursing: Child First, Patient Second. Presented at Pediatric Nurses Interest Group of the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario, October 20th.

2002 *Certification of Canada’s Pediatric Nurses. Presented at the 9th International Pediatric Nursing Research Symposium on the Clinical Care of the Child and Family, Montreal, PQ, April 11-12

2001 *Shifting the Lens: A Feminist Analysis of Public Health Nursing’s Role in Enabling Self Esteem Growth with Women. Presented at the AWHONN Biennial Conference, Vancouver, BC, June 17-21.

2000 *Are you going to gym?: A Feminist Analysis of Why Girls Drop Physed. Presented at Beyond 2000. Community Health Nurses Association of Canada, Ottawa, October, 21-22.

2000 *Powerfully Reciprocal: A feminist analysis of nursing role in enabling self esteem groups with women. Presented at Building Bridges in Women's Health, Victoria, BC, April 29.

1997 *Hear Me: An Innovative Health Promotion Journey with Youth. Presented at The Canadian Nurses Association Biennial Meeting and Conference, Ottawa, ON, June15.

1997 *Thank You for Telling Me: A Guide for Nurses Working with Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual Youth. Presented at Pediatric Nurses Interest Group of Ontario Annual Conference.

Conference Papers

2010 The Taming of the Shrew: A Feminist Analysis of Women’s Experience of Electroshock. Paper presented at The Canadian Women’s Studies Association Meeting, Montreal, May 28th-30th.

2005 Living as a Chameleon: A Feminist Analysis of Young Women’s Lived Experience of Anger. Presented at The Trillium Hospital Annual Sexual Assault Prevention Mississauga, Ontario, May 12.

2003 Thud: A Feminist Analysis of the Lived Experience of Anger in the Lives of Diverse Girls and Young Women. Presented at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto. Graduate Students Annual Conference, March.

1998 Thank you for Telling Me: A Guide for Nurses Working with Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual Youth. Presented at The Canadian Association of Pediatric Nurses Biennial Meeting and Conference, Ottawa.

Book Reviews

van Daalen-Smith, C. (2010) . [Review of the book Lady Landlords of Prince Edward Island: Imperial Dreams and The Defense of Property] . Canadian Woman Studies.

van Daalen-Smith, C. (2007) . [Review of the book Surviving in the Hour of Darkness: The Health and Wellness of Women of Colour and Indigenous Women.] . Canadian Woman Studies.

van Daalen, C. (2000) . [Review of the book Prom night: Youth, schools and popular culture] . Canadian Woman Studies, 20 (2), 160.

van Daalen, C. (1999) . [Review of the book Women’s untold stories: Breaking silence, talking back, voicing complexity] . Canadian Woman Studies, 21 (2), 148.

van Daalen, C. (1999) . [Review of Body image: Understanding body dissatisfaction in men, women and children. Canadian Woman Studies, 20(2), 202-203.

van Daalen, C., Dimech, S. & Keates, S. (1998) . [Review of the book Freedom to differ: The Shaping of the gay and lesbian struggle for civil rights] . Canadian Woman Studies, 19(1,2), 218-220.


Teaching:

Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall 2017 AP/GWST3554 3.0  Women and Madness: Critical Feminist Perspectives LECT