Jacqueline Kennelly

Papers Presented (selected list)

Kennelly, J. and C. Smith (2019). Schools as potential sites for the prevention of and early intervention into youth homelessness. Canadian Sociological Association, June 2 to 6, 2019. Vancouver, BC

Smith, C. and J. Kennelly (2019). Collaborative reflections on youth-led peer research on youth homelessness: identity, relationships, risks, and benefits. Canadian Sociological Association, June 2 to 6, 2019. Vancouver, BC

Smith, C. and J. Kennelly (2019). The Discrimination of Homeless and At-Risk Youth Within the Education System. Canadian Sociological Association, June 2 to 6, 2019. Vancouver, BC

Kennelly, J., C.Sauvé, C. Smith, A. Fawzi, T. Rose(2018). Coming Up Together: The experiences of peer researchers investigating youth homelessness. Coming Up Together: Towards Ending and Preventing Youth Homelessness in Ontario, Canada and Beyond. Ottawa, ON, February 20. 

Kennelly, J., A. Roy and C. Larkins (2018). Critical Reflections on the Craft of Participatory Research with Young People: Unsettling Dominant Narratives. International Sociological Association, Toronto, ON, July 18. 

Roy, A. J. Kennelly, H. Rowley, C. Larkins (2018). A critical discussion of participatory action research projects with young people which use film: stories, narratives, performance, authorship and ownership. International Sociological Association, Toronto, ON, July 18. 

Kennelly, J. (2016). How participatory is participatory film making? Dilemmas and contradictions in PAR with homeless youth. Youngsters Pre-conference: Association for Research in the Cultures of Young People (ARCYP), Vancouver, BC, October 18. 

Kennelly, J. (2016). Finding a shared table in the space of appearances: democratic filmmaking with homeless youth. Youngsters: Association for Research in the Cultures of Young People (ARCYP), Vancouver, BC, October 20-22.

Langille, J. and J. Kennelly. (2016). A youth-oriented housing first framework for Ottawa, Canada: Perspectives from professionals with experience supporting housing-precarious youth. 2nd International Housing First Conference, Limerick, Ireland, July 7-9. 

Stam, V., J. Kennelly and L. Schick. (2016). ‘How can I take you seriously?’ Research and film with marginalized youth. Visual Research Exhibition: Energizing Communities Visually, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Calgary, AB, May 30th to June 3rd. 

Langille, J. and J. Kennelly (2016). It doesn’t matter who is providing”: Perspectives on the system, the problems and the future from professionals with experience supporting housing-precarious youth in Ottawa, Ontario. Canadian Sociological Association, Calgary, AB, May 30th to June 3rd.   

Kennelly, J. and V. Stam (2016). Envisioning democracy: participatory filmmaking with homeless youth. Department of Sociology and Anthropology Colloquium Series, Ottawa, ON, January 28th. 

Kennelly, J. (2015). ‘This is the view when I walk into my house’: accounting phenomenologically for the efficacy of visual and spatial methods with youth. Canadian Sociological Association, Ottawa, ON, June 1-5.

Kennelly, J., L. Schick and V. Stam (2015). ‘Breaking with inside experience’: theoretical and methodological dilemmas in research with young people. Canadian Sociological Association, Ottawa, ON, June 1-5.

Kennelly, J. (2015). Symbolic violence and the Olympic Games: low-income youth, social legacy commitments, and urban exclusion in Olympic host cities. Journal of Youth Studies Conference 2015. Copenhagen, Denmark, March 30-April 1.

Kennelly, J., V. Stam and L. Schick. (2015). Moving beyond ‘Getting By’ with homeless and street-involved youth: participatory and visual research on youths’ strategies for civic engagement. More than Getting By: Putting Daily Life at the Heart of our Struggles, Canadian Association for Work and Labour Studies Mini Conference, Ottawa, ON, March 20.

Carrier-Moisan, M. and J. Kennelly. (2015). Legitimating Discourses, City-Staging and Mega-Sporting Events: A conversation between Jackie Kennelly and Marie-Eve Carrier-Moisan, Research-in-Progress Series, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Carleton University, Jan 15.

Azevedo, J. and J. Kennelly. (2013). Who Belongs in the Olympic City? A Feminist Critique of the Impacts of the 2012 London Games on Low-Income Youth and the Sex Industry. Canadian Sociological Association, Victoria, BC, June 3-8.

Kennelly, J. (2013). Featured author for ‘Author Meets Critics’ session for my book, Citizen Youth: Culture, Activism, and Agency in a Neoliberal Era. Organized by Dr. Hava Gordon (University of Denver). Pacific Sociological Association, Reno/Sparks, Nevada, March 21st to 24th. 

Kennelly, J. (2013). “It’s this pain in my heart that won’t let me stop: gendered reflexivity, webs of relations, and young women’s activism.” Pacific Sociological Association, Reno/Sparks, Nevada, March 21st to 24th. 

Boyd, R. and J. Kennelly. (2012). Taking the Olympics to school: a critical examination of the hidden curriculum present in the Canadian Olympic School program. Canadian Society for Studies in Education, Waterloo, Ontario, May 27th to 30th.

Kennelly, J. (2012). “Global citizens and Olympic branding: mega-events, neoliberalism, and the effects of educational discourse.” American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, BC, April 13th -17th.

Kennelly, J. (2012). “Exclusion of the young and the poor in Olympic host cities (Vancouver 2010).” Eastern Sociological Society Annual Meeting, New York, NY. Feb 23rd to 26th. 

Kennelly, J. (2011). “Ghettoization of Olympic host cities and the exclusion of homeless and street-involved youth (Vancouver 2010).” American Anthropological Association, Montreal, QC, November 16th to 20th.

Curran, A. , J. Kennelly, and R. Boyd. (2011) “’The Games are for you’: Exploring the symbolic positioning of youth in Vancouver 2010 and London 2012.” Canadian Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Fredericton, NB, May 30th to June 4th. 

Kennelly, J. (2011). “‘If I kill myself the world will be changed’: young women and social movement organizing.” Canadian Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Fredericton, NB, May 30th to June 4th.

Kennelly, J., J. Siltanen, R. Schein, A. Shotwell, S. Calvert, M. Ramnath (2011). “Building with multiplicity: feminist work beyond the gender binary.” Two-part panel discussion. Women’s Worlds 2011: Inclusions, Exclusions, Seclusions, living in a globalized world. Ottawa, ON: July 3rd to 7th. 

Kennelly, J. (2010). “Olympic cities, neoliberal urbanization, and low-income youth.” Canadian Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Montreal, QC. May 31st to June 4th. 

Kennelly, J. (2010). “Impossible citizens in the global Olympic city.” Beyond Citizenship: Feminism and the Transformation of Belonging. Birkbeck College, University of London, June 30th to July 2nd.

Kennelly, J. (2010). “Policing the legitimate citizen: spatiality, responsibility, and governance.” American Educational Research Association, Denver, Colorado, April 30th  to May 4th. 

Kennelly, J. and K. Llewellyn. (2009). “The responsibility of activism: A discourse analysis of citizenship curricula in Canada.” Canadian Society for Studies in Education, Ottawa, Ontario. May 23rd to 26th. 

Kennelly, J. (2009). “Youth, policing, and the governance of legitimacy.” Canadian Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Ottawa, Ontario. May 26th to 29th.

Kennelly, J. (2008).Understanding today’s ‘good citizen’: class, race, and neoliberal discourses.” Canadian Society for Studies in Education, Vancouver, British Columbia, May 29th to June 3rd. As part of panel convened by J. Kennelly, entitled Public cultures and urban spaces: navigating choice, autonomy and agency in the neoliberal city.

Kennelly, J. (2007). “‘I always wanted to change the world’: subcultures, activism, and political agency.” What’s the matter? Cultural studies and the question of urgency, Canadian Association for Cultural Studies bi-annual conference. Edmonton, Alberta. October 25th to 28th.

Kennelly, J. (2007). “On being human: Hannah Arendt and the (false?) promise of education.” Canadian Society for Studies in Education, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. May 26th to 29th. 

Kennelly, J. (2007). “Teaching the world as it could be: rethinking educational practices through concepts of agency.” Canadian Society for Studies in Education, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. May 26th to 29th. 

Kennelly, J. (2007). “Education, resistance, and the nation-state: the cultural production of the young activist.” American Educational Research Association annual conference, Chicago, Illinois. April 9th to 13th.  

Kennelly, J. (2006). “Young people mobilizing discourses of citizenship: strategies of meaning-making in an uncertain world.” Presented at the Australian Association for Research in Education, Adelaide, Australia, November 30th to December 3rd.

Kennelly, J. (2006). “Citizenship education and its discontents: investigating the dissonance between ‘citizenship’ and ‘youth.’” Presented at Canadian Society for Studies in Education, Toronto, Ontario, May 29th to June 2nd.

Kennelly, J. and J. Dillabough. (2006). “Young people, belonging, and citizenship.” Presented at the British Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Harrogate, England, April 21st to 23rd. 

Kennelly, J. (2005). “‘Practicing Democracy’ in an Arendtian Public Sphere: Community Theatre as Democratic Education for Social Change.” Presented at American Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Montreal, PQ, April 11th to 15th.