Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Kannen, Victoria. 2014. “These are not regular places”: Women and Gender Studies Classrooms as Heterotopias. Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography. 21 (1):52-67.
Kannen, Victoria. 2013. Pregnant, Privileged and PhDing: Exploring Embodiments in Qualitative Research. Journal of Gender Studies. 22 (2):178-91.
Kannen, Victoria. 2012. “My body speaks to them”: Instructor Reflections on the Complexities of Power and Social Embodiments. Teaching in Higher Education 17 (6):637-48.
Kannen, Victoria. 2008. Identity Treason: Race, Queerness, Disability, and the Ethics of (Post)Identity Practices. Culture, Theory and Critique 49 (2):149-63.
Kannen, Victoria, and Sandra Acker. 2008. Identity ‘Issues‘ and Pedagogical Silences: Teaching Dilemmas in the Northern Ontario Kindergarten Classroom. Pedagogy, Culture and Society 16 (1):25-41.
Kannen, Victoria. 2016. “How can you be teaching this?”: Tears, fears, and fat. In The Fat Pedagogy Reader: Challenging Weight-Based Oppression in Education, edited by E. Carter and C. Russell. New York: Peter Lang.
Kannen, Victoria. 2012. Studying identity, complicating ourselves: Engaging with privilege and place in higher education. In “Too Asian?” Racism, privilege, and post-secondary education, edited by R. J. Gilmour, D. Bhandar, J. Heer and M. C. K. Ma. Toronto: Between The Lines Press.