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Sheila Cavanagh

Department of Sociology

Associate Professor
 
Office: 420 Atkinson
Phone: 416-736-2100 Ext: 22337
Emailsheila@yorku.ca
Primary websitewww.yorku.ca/sheila
 
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Sheila L. Cavanagh is an Associate Professor of Sociology and the Sexuality Studies Coordinator at York University, Toronto, Canada. She does gender and sexuality studies with a focus on feminist, queer, cultural, and psychoanalytic theories.

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Research Interests

Gender and sexuality studies; body studies; transgender studies; film studies; and queer and psychoanalytic theory.

Selected Publications

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2010) Queering Bathrooms: Gender, Sexuality, and the Hygienic Imagination. Toronto: The University of Toronto Press.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2009) “Sex in the Lesbian Teacher’s Closet: The Hybrid Proliferation of Queers in School” In Jo-Anne Dillabough, Julie McLeod and Martin Mills (Eds.) Gender and Education. New York: Routledge.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (June 2008) Review of Romance in the Ivory Tower by Paul R. Abramson. Teacher’s College Press.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2007) Sexing the Teacher: School Sex Scandals and Queer Pedagogies. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2006) . “Spinsters, Schoolmarms, and Queers: The Unmarried Teacher in Medicine and Psychoanalytic Theory.” Discourse: The Cultural Politics of Education 27(4): 421-440.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. and Sykes, Heather. (2006) . “Transsexual Bodies at the Olympics: The International Olympic Policy on Transsexual Athletes at the Athens Summer Games.” Body and Society 12(3): 75-102.

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Books

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2010) Queering Bathrooms: Gender, Sexuality, and the Hygienic Imagination. Toronto: The University of Toronto Press.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2007) Sexing the Teacher: School Sex Scandals and Queer Pedagogies. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

Book Chapters

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2009) “Sex in the Lesbian Teacher’s Closet: The Hybrid Proliferation of Queers in School” In Jo-Anne Dillabough, Julie McLeod and Martin Mills (Eds.) Gender and Education. New York: Routledge.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2006) . “Corporal Punishment and Child-Centered Pedagogies: Foucault, Gender and Discipline in Education” In Kari Dehli, Brenda Spencer, and James Ryan (eds.) Forming, Reforming, and Performing Education: Using Foucault to Rethink Canadian Schooling. Toronto: Canadian Scholar’s Press.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2005) . “Female Teacher Gender and Sexuality in Twentieth Century Ontario, Canada,” In Rebecca Coulter and Helen Harper (Eds.), History is Hers: Women Educators in Twentieth Century Ontario. Detselig: Calgary.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2005) . “Nervous Narratives: Female Teacher Maladies in the Twentieth Century,” In Rebecca Coulter and Helen Harper (Eds.), History is Hers: Women Educators in Twentieth Century Ontario. Detselig: Calgary.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (1999) . “The Heterosexualization of the Ontario Woman Teacher in the Postwar Period,” in Nuzhat Amin et al. (Eds.) , Canadian Woman Studies: An Introductory Reader. Inanna publications and Education Inc.: Toronto.
Reprinted in Mona Gleason and Adele Perry (Eds.) Rethinking Canada: The Promise of Women’s History. Oxford University Press.

Journal Articles

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2008) . Special Issue in Discourse: The Cultural Politics of Education entitled “Gender Trouble in Education.” Paper title: “Sex in the Lesbian Teacher’s Closet: The Hybrid Proliferation of Queers in the Jean Robertson Scanadal.”

Cavanagh, Sheila L. and Sykes, Heather. (2006) . “Transsexual Bodies at the Olympics: The International Olympic Policy on Transsexual Athletes at the Athens Summer Games.” Body and Society 12(3): 75-102.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2006) . “Spinsters, Schoolmarms, and Queers: The Unmarried Teacher in Medicine and Psychoanalytic Theory.” Discourse: The Cultural Politics of Education 27(4): 421-440.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2005) “Sexing the Teacher: Voyeuristic Pleasure in the Amy Gehring Case,” Social Text 82, 23 (1): 111-134.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2005) “Female Teacher Gender and Sexuality in 20th Century Ontario, Canada.” History of Education Quarterly 45(2): 247-273.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2004) “Upsetting Desires in the Classroom: School Sex Scandals and the Pedagogy of the Femme Fatale.” Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society ( 9):315-332.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2003) “Teacher Transsexuality: The Illusion of Sexual Difference and the Idea of Adolescent Trauma.” Sexualities: Studies in Culture and Society 6 (3-4): 365-388.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2003) . The Gender of Professionalism and Occupational Closure: The Management of Tenure Related Disputes by the ‘Federation of Women Teachers’ Associations of Ontario’, 1918-1949. Gender and Education, 15(1), pp.39-57.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2001) . From a Belief in Biology as Destiny to an Environmental Perspective of Mental Health: The Impact of the Canadian National Committee for Mental Hygiene on Education in Ontario, Canada, 1920-50. Change: Transformations in Education: A Journal of Theory, Research, Policy and Practice, 4(1), pp.48-62.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2001) . The Pedagogy of the Pastor: Social Studies Education in Early Twentieth Century Canada. Canadian Journal of Education, 26(4), pp.405-421.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. and H. Helen. (1997) . Lady Bountiful: The White Woman Teacher in Multicultural Education. Women’s Education/Des Femmes 11(2): 27-33, 1994.
Reprinted (1999) in Women’s Education/Des Femmes, 13(1), pp.94-99.

Conference Papers

“Toilet Papers: Trans Subjects, Visual and Acoustic Mirrors,” Presented at the (Re)figuring Sex: Somatechnical (Re)Visions Conference, Somatechnics Research Centre, Macquarie University, Sydney Australia, November 20, 2009; and at the Graduate Program in Women’s Studies Graduate Seminar Series, York University, January 26, 2010.

“Queering Bathrooms: Gender, Psychoanalysis and Space,” Presented at the American Psychoanalytic Association annual meting in a panel entitled “Psychoanalysis and Space” sponsored by the American Psychoanalytic Association, Washington D.C, June 4, 2010.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “White Trash: Queer Notes on Skin in Film Reviews of Monster,” Gender Research Forum, School of Comparative Languages and Cultural Studies, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, September 21, 2007.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “Feminism and Transsexuality,” Plenary speaker at the Trans/Equity: Past, Present, and Possibilities, Centre for Feminist Research, York University, April 28, 2006. Invited.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “The Epistemology of the Lesbian Teacher’s Closet: Lesbian School Sex Scandals in Canada,” American Education and Research Association, San Francisco, April 7-11, 2006.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “Sleeping with the Teacher: Lesbian Teacher Sex Scandals in Canada,” Culture, Health, and Sexuality conference, San Francisco, 2005.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “The Sociology of Sex Scandals in the Mass Media,” The Pacific Sociological Association Annual Conference, San Francisco, 2004.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “Sexing the Teacher: Feminism and Sexual Moralism in the Amy Gehring Case,” Canadian Lesbian and Gay Studies Association, Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Annual Meeting of the Learned Societies, Dalhousie University, Halifax, 2003.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “Psychology and the Social Construction of Female Teacher Maladies in the Post-War Period,” American Educational and Research Association, University of Chicago, 2003.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “Popular Images of Female Teacher Sexuality in 20th Century Ontario, Canada,” International Standing Conference for the History of Education, Universite de Paris, France, 2002.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “Dangerous Liaisons: Female Teacher Seductions,” Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, University of Toronto (OISE), 2001.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “Upsetting Desires in the Classroom: Pedagogy and Public Scandals,” Psychoanalysis Across the Disciplines, The Association for the Psychoanalysis of Culture and Society and The Center for the Critical Analysis of Contemporary Culture, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 2001.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “From a Belief in Heredity to an Environmental Perspective of Mental Health: The Impact of the ‘Canadian National Committee for Mental Hygiene’ on Education in Ontario, Canada, 1920-50,” The Australia and New Zealand History of Education Association, University of Melbourne, Australia, December 2000.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “A Gendered Professional Ideal: The Management of Relations and Discipline Cases Involving Elementary Public School Women Teachers by the Federation of Women Teachers’ Associations of Ontario, 1918-1949,” Canadian History of Education Association/L’Association Canadienne D’Histoire De L’Education, University of Western Ontario, London, October 2000.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2000) . The Ontario Teacher’s Board of Reference Act of 1938: A Case Study of Discipline and Relations Cases Involving Elementary Public School Women Teachers, Ontario, 1938-48.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “Thou Shall Not Find Herself a Subject of Gossip: Superintendent of Elementary Education Complaints About Women Teachers, 193-39,” Canadian History of Education Association/L’Association Canadienne D’Histoire De L’Education, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, October 1998.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “By Our High Button Bootstraps: The Professional Woman Teacher as Strategic Fiction,” Australia and New Zealand History of Education Association, University of Newcastle, Australia, December 1997.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “Teaching and Marriage Don’t Mix: The ‘Marriage Bar’ in Early Twentieth Century Ontario,” Canadian History of Education Association/L’Association Canadienne D’Histoire De L’Education, University of Toronto, Ontario, October 1996.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “Spinsters, Schoolmarms and Queers,” The Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association Annual Meeting of the Learned Societies, Brock University, St. Catharine’s Ontario, June 1996.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “What Does Whiteness Have To Do With Multiculturalism?,” American Education and Research Association Annual Meeting, New York City, April 1996.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “The Federation of Women Teachers’ Associations of Ontario: Feminism and the Politics of Professionalism,” Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association Annual Meeting of the Learned Societies, Universite du Quebec a Montreal, Quebec, June 1995.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “Remembering High Button Bootstraps and Straight Lace: A Look Into the History of the Federation of Women Teachers’s Associations of Ontario,” Canadian Critical Pedagogy Association Annual Meeting of the Learned Societies, Universite du Quebec a Montreal, Quebec, June 1995.

Book Reviews

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (June 2008) Review of Romance in the Ivory Tower by Paul R. Abramson. Teacher’s College Press.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (1998) . Review of dangerous territories: struggles for difference and equality in education By Leslia G. Roman and Linda Eyre. Canadian Woman Studies/les cahiers de la femme, 17(4), pp.149.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (1995) Review of Bodies That Matter: On the Discursive Limits of Sex by Judith Butler. Critical Sociology 21(3), pp.144-147.

Creative Works

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2011) Queer Bathroom Monologues. (In preparation for stage production.)


Sheila L. Cavanagh is an Associate Professor of Sociology and the Sexuality Studies Coordinator at York University, Toronto, Canada. She does gender and sexuality studies with a focus on feminist, queer, cultural, and psychoanalytic theories.


Sheila L. Cavanagh is an Associate Professor in Sociology and the Sexuality Studies Coordinator at York University. She does gender and sexuality studies with a focus on feminist, queer, cultural, and psychoanalytic theories. She published Sexing the Teacher: School Sex Scandals and Queer Pedagogies with the UBC Press in 2007 and it was given honorable mention by the Canadian Women's Studies Association. Her new book Queering Bathrooms: Gender, Sexuality, and the Hygienic Imagination (2010, UTP) analyses the history and cultural politics of excretion and its relation to gender and sexuality studies. She has received three standard research SSHRC grants and published in a wide range of refereed journals including: Sexualities: Studies in Culture and Society; Body and Society; Social Text; Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education; Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society; and The International Journal of Cultural Studies.

Area of Specialization

Sociology


Degrees

PhD, York University
MA, University of Toronto (OISE)
BA, York University
BEd, York University

Professional Leadership

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS:

The Association for the Psychoanalysis of Culture and Society (APCS)
International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society (IASSCS)
The Association of Cultural Studies.
The Canadian Women’s Studies Association.
The Canadian Cultural Studies Association.
The Association of American Geographers.
The American Psychoanalytic Association

EXTERNAL REVIEWER (FOR THE FOLLOWING JOURNALS):

Body and Society
Journal of the History of Sexuality
The Canadian Review of Sociology



Research Interests:

Education , Gender and sexuality studies; body studies; transgender studies; film studies; and queer and psychoanalytic theory.

Selected Publications

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2010) Queering Bathrooms: Gender, Sexuality, and the Hygienic Imagination. Toronto: The University of Toronto Press.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2009) “Sex in the Lesbian Teacher’s Closet: The Hybrid Proliferation of Queers in School” In Jo-Anne Dillabough, Julie McLeod and Martin Mills (Eds.) Gender and Education. New York: Routledge.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (June 2008) Review of Romance in the Ivory Tower by Paul R. Abramson. Teacher’s College Press.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2007) Sexing the Teacher: School Sex Scandals and Queer Pedagogies. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2006) . “Spinsters, Schoolmarms, and Queers: The Unmarried Teacher in Medicine and Psychoanalytic Theory.” Discourse: The Cultural Politics of Education 27(4): 421-440.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. and Sykes, Heather. (2006) . “Transsexual Bodies at the Olympics: The International Olympic Policy on Transsexual Athletes at the Athens Summer Games.” Body and Society 12(3): 75-102.

All Publications

Books

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2010) Queering Bathrooms: Gender, Sexuality, and the Hygienic Imagination. Toronto: The University of Toronto Press.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2007) Sexing the Teacher: School Sex Scandals and Queer Pedagogies. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

Book Chapters

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2009) “Sex in the Lesbian Teacher’s Closet: The Hybrid Proliferation of Queers in School” In Jo-Anne Dillabough, Julie McLeod and Martin Mills (Eds.) Gender and Education. New York: Routledge.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2006) . “Corporal Punishment and Child-Centered Pedagogies: Foucault, Gender and Discipline in Education” In Kari Dehli, Brenda Spencer, and James Ryan (eds.) Forming, Reforming, and Performing Education: Using Foucault to Rethink Canadian Schooling. Toronto: Canadian Scholar’s Press.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2005) . “Female Teacher Gender and Sexuality in Twentieth Century Ontario, Canada,” In Rebecca Coulter and Helen Harper (Eds.), History is Hers: Women Educators in Twentieth Century Ontario. Detselig: Calgary.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2005) . “Nervous Narratives: Female Teacher Maladies in the Twentieth Century,” In Rebecca Coulter and Helen Harper (Eds.), History is Hers: Women Educators in Twentieth Century Ontario. Detselig: Calgary.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (1999) . “The Heterosexualization of the Ontario Woman Teacher in the Postwar Period,” in Nuzhat Amin et al. (Eds.) , Canadian Woman Studies: An Introductory Reader. Inanna publications and Education Inc.: Toronto.
Reprinted in Mona Gleason and Adele Perry (Eds.) Rethinking Canada: The Promise of Women’s History. Oxford University Press.

Journal Articles

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2008) . Special Issue in Discourse: The Cultural Politics of Education entitled “Gender Trouble in Education.” Paper title: “Sex in the Lesbian Teacher’s Closet: The Hybrid Proliferation of Queers in the Jean Robertson Scanadal.”

Cavanagh, Sheila L. and Sykes, Heather. (2006) . “Transsexual Bodies at the Olympics: The International Olympic Policy on Transsexual Athletes at the Athens Summer Games.” Body and Society 12(3): 75-102.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2006) . “Spinsters, Schoolmarms, and Queers: The Unmarried Teacher in Medicine and Psychoanalytic Theory.” Discourse: The Cultural Politics of Education 27(4): 421-440.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2005) “Sexing the Teacher: Voyeuristic Pleasure in the Amy Gehring Case,” Social Text 82, 23 (1): 111-134.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2005) “Female Teacher Gender and Sexuality in 20th Century Ontario, Canada.” History of Education Quarterly 45(2): 247-273.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2004) “Upsetting Desires in the Classroom: School Sex Scandals and the Pedagogy of the Femme Fatale.” Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society ( 9):315-332.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2003) “Teacher Transsexuality: The Illusion of Sexual Difference and the Idea of Adolescent Trauma.” Sexualities: Studies in Culture and Society 6 (3-4): 365-388.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2003) . The Gender of Professionalism and Occupational Closure: The Management of Tenure Related Disputes by the ‘Federation of Women Teachers’ Associations of Ontario’, 1918-1949. Gender and Education, 15(1), pp.39-57.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2001) . From a Belief in Biology as Destiny to an Environmental Perspective of Mental Health: The Impact of the Canadian National Committee for Mental Hygiene on Education in Ontario, Canada, 1920-50. Change: Transformations in Education: A Journal of Theory, Research, Policy and Practice, 4(1), pp.48-62.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2001) . The Pedagogy of the Pastor: Social Studies Education in Early Twentieth Century Canada. Canadian Journal of Education, 26(4), pp.405-421.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. and H. Helen. (1997) . Lady Bountiful: The White Woman Teacher in Multicultural Education. Women’s Education/Des Femmes 11(2): 27-33, 1994.
Reprinted (1999) in Women’s Education/Des Femmes, 13(1), pp.94-99.

Conference Papers

“Toilet Papers: Trans Subjects, Visual and Acoustic Mirrors,” Presented at the (Re)figuring Sex: Somatechnical (Re)Visions Conference, Somatechnics Research Centre, Macquarie University, Sydney Australia, November 20, 2009; and at the Graduate Program in Women’s Studies Graduate Seminar Series, York University, January 26, 2010.

“Queering Bathrooms: Gender, Psychoanalysis and Space,” Presented at the American Psychoanalytic Association annual meting in a panel entitled “Psychoanalysis and Space” sponsored by the American Psychoanalytic Association, Washington D.C, June 4, 2010.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “White Trash: Queer Notes on Skin in Film Reviews of Monster,” Gender Research Forum, School of Comparative Languages and Cultural Studies, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, September 21, 2007.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “Feminism and Transsexuality,” Plenary speaker at the Trans/Equity: Past, Present, and Possibilities, Centre for Feminist Research, York University, April 28, 2006. Invited.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “The Epistemology of the Lesbian Teacher’s Closet: Lesbian School Sex Scandals in Canada,” American Education and Research Association, San Francisco, April 7-11, 2006.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “Sleeping with the Teacher: Lesbian Teacher Sex Scandals in Canada,” Culture, Health, and Sexuality conference, San Francisco, 2005.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “The Sociology of Sex Scandals in the Mass Media,” The Pacific Sociological Association Annual Conference, San Francisco, 2004.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “Sexing the Teacher: Feminism and Sexual Moralism in the Amy Gehring Case,” Canadian Lesbian and Gay Studies Association, Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Annual Meeting of the Learned Societies, Dalhousie University, Halifax, 2003.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “Psychology and the Social Construction of Female Teacher Maladies in the Post-War Period,” American Educational and Research Association, University of Chicago, 2003.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “Popular Images of Female Teacher Sexuality in 20th Century Ontario, Canada,” International Standing Conference for the History of Education, Universite de Paris, France, 2002.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “Dangerous Liaisons: Female Teacher Seductions,” Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, University of Toronto (OISE), 2001.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “Upsetting Desires in the Classroom: Pedagogy and Public Scandals,” Psychoanalysis Across the Disciplines, The Association for the Psychoanalysis of Culture and Society and The Center for the Critical Analysis of Contemporary Culture, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 2001.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “From a Belief in Heredity to an Environmental Perspective of Mental Health: The Impact of the ‘Canadian National Committee for Mental Hygiene’ on Education in Ontario, Canada, 1920-50,” The Australia and New Zealand History of Education Association, University of Melbourne, Australia, December 2000.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “A Gendered Professional Ideal: The Management of Relations and Discipline Cases Involving Elementary Public School Women Teachers by the Federation of Women Teachers’ Associations of Ontario, 1918-1949,” Canadian History of Education Association/L’Association Canadienne D’Histoire De L’Education, University of Western Ontario, London, October 2000.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2000) . The Ontario Teacher’s Board of Reference Act of 1938: A Case Study of Discipline and Relations Cases Involving Elementary Public School Women Teachers, Ontario, 1938-48.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “Thou Shall Not Find Herself a Subject of Gossip: Superintendent of Elementary Education Complaints About Women Teachers, 193-39,” Canadian History of Education Association/L’Association Canadienne D’Histoire De L’Education, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, October 1998.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “By Our High Button Bootstraps: The Professional Woman Teacher as Strategic Fiction,” Australia and New Zealand History of Education Association, University of Newcastle, Australia, December 1997.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “Teaching and Marriage Don’t Mix: The ‘Marriage Bar’ in Early Twentieth Century Ontario,” Canadian History of Education Association/L’Association Canadienne D’Histoire De L’Education, University of Toronto, Ontario, October 1996.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “Spinsters, Schoolmarms and Queers,” The Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association Annual Meeting of the Learned Societies, Brock University, St. Catharine’s Ontario, June 1996.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “What Does Whiteness Have To Do With Multiculturalism?,” American Education and Research Association Annual Meeting, New York City, April 1996.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “The Federation of Women Teachers’ Associations of Ontario: Feminism and the Politics of Professionalism,” Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association Annual Meeting of the Learned Societies, Universite du Quebec a Montreal, Quebec, June 1995.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. “Remembering High Button Bootstraps and Straight Lace: A Look Into the History of the Federation of Women Teachers’s Associations of Ontario,” Canadian Critical Pedagogy Association Annual Meeting of the Learned Societies, Universite du Quebec a Montreal, Quebec, June 1995.

Book Reviews

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (June 2008) Review of Romance in the Ivory Tower by Paul R. Abramson. Teacher’s College Press.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (1998) . Review of dangerous territories: struggles for difference and equality in education By Leslia G. Roman and Linda Eyre. Canadian Woman Studies/les cahiers de la femme, 17(4), pp.149.

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (1995) Review of Bodies That Matter: On the Discursive Limits of Sex by Judith Butler. Critical Sociology 21(3), pp.144-147.

Creative Works

Cavanagh, Sheila L. (2011) Queer Bathroom Monologues. (In preparation for stage production.)