Media

Part of my commitment to engaged scholarship includes contributing to public dialogue about issues on which I have some expertise. Below are some examples of interventions I have made in the media, including print, radio, video, and public presentations.

On Youth Activism, Citizenship, and Social Movements (including Occupy):

2010 — Panel discussion – Advocate or Activist: What is the best way to effect change?  Toronto, ON, Canada

(Secondary blog post on this discussion, here.)

2010 — Interviewed for piece on teaching activism, in the Globe and Mail.

2011 — OpEd on Occupy Ottawa, published in the Ottawa Citizen.

2011 — Interview for Department of Educational Studies, University of British Columbia

2012 — Reading from my book, ‘Citizen Youth’, St. Catharine’s, Ontario

2012 — Interviewed for piece published on rabble.ca: Breaking the Silence: Youth and Activist Burnout.

2012 — Interviewed on youth activism and youth engagement, Dancing Owl Magazine. 

2016 — Interviewed, with Rana Hamadeh, about Next Up Ottawa, progressive youth leadership organization, on CKCU radio.

 

On the Olympics, youth homelessness, and policing:

2016 — A fair amount of coverage of my book, Olympic Exclusions, prior to the Rio 2016 Games.

http://ottawa.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=919378

Ottawa professor pens book linking Olympics and marginalized youth

2010 — A piece I wrote for The Dominion on the impacts of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics on homeless youth: Olympics Sidelines Youth

2011 — A radio interview on Vancouver Co-op Radio about youth and the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics

2011 — CBC news article about homeless youth and the Vancouver 2010 Winter Games (also released as a radio interview).

 

 

On homelessness more broadly:

2013 — Guest blog for National Film Board of Canada’s At Home project on Canadian homelessness.

2015 — Interviewed, with Valerie Stam, on youth homelessness in Ottawa, for CKCU radio.

 

Secondary sources that have used my work:

http://alannaevolves.blogspot.ca/2012/11/reading-reflection-youth-as-citizens-in.html

http://www.3quarksdaily.com/3quarksdaily/2012/07/the-hungry-games.html

http://www.youthpolicy.org/blog/2012/04/exclusion-young-poor-olympics/

http://www.housethehomeless.org/vancouver-olympics-aftermath-studied/

http://exposingableism.wordpress.com/2011/11/14/the-occupy-camps-may-close-but-the-movement-appears-far-from-finished/

 

Follow me on Twitter: @kennelly_jackie

Degrees:
PhD (British Columbia)
MES (York)
BASc (McMaster)

Contact information

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